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Aaeraan-kwaaiti kwaasai = Kosena culture / prepared by Doreen Marks ; Illustrations by Aoreti, a young Kosena man. Book 2. Customs
Bib ID 2743152
Format BookBook
Author
Marks, Doreen
 
Description Ukarumpa, P.N.G. : Summer Institute of Linguistics, 1972 
42p. : ill. ; 21cm. 
ISBN 0909456607
Notes

"This book is a collection of old Kosena customs as related by Sara, a Kosena man'.

Limited distribution.

Subjects New Guinean peoples. Kosena. Social customs. Auyaana-Kosena texts  |  Auyana (Papua New Guinean people) -- Social life and customs.
Other authors/contributors Aoreti, illus  |  Sara
Also Titled

Kosena culture.

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