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Gold +ve : a short history of Porgera 1930-1997 / by Alex Golub
Bib ID 4583979
Format BookBook
Author
Golub, Alex
 
Description Mt. Hagen, Papua New Guinea : Porgera Development Authority, c2001 
398 leaves : ill., maps ; 28 cm. 
xxiv, 392 p. : ill, maps, ports. ; 21 cm. 
ISBN 9980853786
Series

Porgera Development Authority monographs.

Notes

Includes bibliographical references (pp. 388-391).

Subjects Ipili (Papua New Guinean people) -- History.  |  Gold mines and mining -- Papua New Guinea -- Porgera -- History.  |  Porgera (Papua New Guinea) -- History.  |  Porgera (Papua New Guinea) -- Gold discoveries -- History.
Other authors/contributors Porgera Development Authority
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