Oceania: A Journal Devoted to the Study of the Native Peoples of Australia, New Guinea, and the Islands of the Pacific Ocean, Volumes 16-17
University of Sydney, 1946 - Ethnology
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N ACCELERATION OF SOCIAL CHANGE IN A FIJIAN COMMUNITY
CULTURAL CHANGES IN KIRIWINA Leo Austen
NOTES AND INSTRUCTIONS TO NATIVE ADMINISTRATIONS
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