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Culture and society in Melanesia : readings for Melanesian societies 1 / edited by James Turner
Bib ID 8053548
Format BookBook [text, volume]
Description Papua New Guinea : Department of Anthropology and Sociology, Univ. of Papua New Guinea, 1988 
191 pages : illustrations, map ; 30 cm. 
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Readings in Melanesian Societies 1.

Collection of Michael W.Young and Elizabeth Brouwer.

Subjects Culture -- Melanesian
Other authors/contributors Turner, James, editor

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