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The bloodthirsty Laewomba? : myth and history in Papua New Guinea / [by] Peter G. Sack
Bib ID 709881
Format BookBook
Author
Sack, Peter G., 1937-
 
Description Canberra : Dept. of Law, Research School of Social Sciences, Australian National University ; Lae : Morobe District Historical Society, 1976 
121p. ; 21cm. 
ISBN 0708107168
Notes

Bibliography: p.[117]-121.

Subjects New Guinean peoples: Laewomba. Population. Movements. Papua New Guinea. Markham Valley.  |  Laewomba (New Guinea people)  |  Population.
Other authors/contributors Australian National University. Department of Law  |  Morobe District Historical Society

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