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Growing up in New Guinea : a comparative study of primitive education / by Margaret Mead
Bib ID 955204
Format BookBook
Author
Mead, Margaret, 1901-1978
 
Description New York : William Morrow, 1930 
x, 372 p., [16] leaves of plates : ill., maps ; 21 cm. 
Subjects Manus (Papua New Guinean people)  |  Ethnology -- Papua New Guinea -- Manus Island.  |  Manus Island (Papua New Guinea) -- Social life and customs.

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