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Taim bilong sipak [microform] : Nasioi alcohol use 1962-1978 / Eugene Ogan
Bib ID 2857723
Format MicroformMicroform, BookBook
Author
Ogan, E
 
Description [La Jolla, Calif. : University of California, San Diego, Melanesian Studies Resource Center, 1985] 
on no. 3 of 4 fiches (20 fr.) : negative. 
Series

Melanesian manuscript series ; no. 0027/10.

Notes

Reproduction of original: 1982.

Bibliography: fr. 19-20.

Subjects Drinking of alcoholic beverages -- Papua New Guinea -- Bougainville Island.  |  Nasioi (Melanesian people) -- Alcohol use.
Other authors/contributors University of California, San Diego. Melanesian Studies Resource Center

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