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Accessions Processed in 1995

 

SUBJECT FILES

Scope and Content of Series

SERIES 1) SUBJECT FILES: The largest and most extensive series, containing genealogy charts, the Holtzman Inkblot Technique books and forms, Mount Hagen Primary "T" School curriculum publications, New Guinea kinship books, T.A.T. (Thematic Apperception Test) papers, and maps. Arranged alphabetically.
Box 1, Folder 1

Australian National University Research School of Pacific Studies 1968 - 1969

Box 1, Folder 2

British Honduras 1951 - 1965

Box 1, Folder 3

Busama 1944 - 1950

Box 1, Folder 4

Codina 1955

Box 1, Folder 5

Current field research in the territory of Papua and New Guinea

Oversize FB-098-01

Engeka - Mabankale genealogy chart

Box 1, Folder 7

Extra plates, tables, maps, etc

Box 1, Folder 8

Funk and Wagnall's Yearbook Anthropology 1976 - 1977

Box 1, Folder 9

Gadsup Kinship Terminology and its Extension 1963

Box 1, Folder 10-12

Gadsup TAT information from M. Leinique

Box 1, Folder 13

Genealogies - Kulakaeygeyka - Pig ownership and disposition

Oversize FB-098-02

Genealogy chart A

Oversize FB-098-03

Genealogy chart B

Oversize FB-098-04

Genealogy chart: Kobunga, Aliyaumo, Peymankale..

 

Holtzman Inkblot Technique

Box 1, Folder 17

Administration and scoring guide

Box 1, Folder 18

Annotated bibliography

Box 2, Folder 1-2

Forms A & B

Box 2, Folder 3

Record forms and summary sheet

Box 2, Folder 4

Holtzmans - The Hogg Foundation

Box 2, Folder 5

Inkblot Test: Provisional Manual for Research Purposes Only 1958

Box 2, Folder 6

International Educational Recordings

Box 2, Folder 7

Irian Barat maps

Box 2, Folder 8

Jimi plant and animal identification 1962 - 1965

Box 2, Folder 9

Kakoli

Box 2, Folder 10

Kawelka 1964 - 1966

Box 2, Folder 11

Keypunching conventions - TAT

Box 2, Folder 12

Kinship Terminology of Mae Enga of New Guinea 1965

Oversize FB-098-05

Kobunga genealogy chart

Box 3, Folder 2

Kopauku, Moala, Manga

Box 3, Folder 3

Kuma - Bilateral cross-cousin marriage among the Kuma 1965

Oversize FB-098-06

Kunakaikale genealogy chart

Box 3, Folder 5

Kutubu 1966

Box 3, Folder 6

Linguistics - TATs

 

Manga pacification

Box 3, Folder 7-8

Assorted papers 1975 - 1977

Box 3, Folder 9

Notes and letters 1975 - 1977

Box 3, Folder 10

Manus - Oliver - Kinship terminology

Box 3, Folder 11

Mapping

 

Maps

Oversize MC-039-06

New Guinea

Box 3, Folder 13

New Guinea - Requests 1960 - 1965

 

Maring

Box 4, Folder 1

People - Body parts, physical states, diseases

Box 4, Folder 2

Maring Phoneme paper 1968

Box 4, Folder 3

Maring Clan - Clusters

Box 4, Folder 4

Manga genealogies

Box 4, Folder 5-6

Manga marriage systems and incidental notes 1966

Oversize FB-098-07

Mbalegale genealogy chart

Box 4, Folder 8

Mbowamb

Box 4, Folder 9

Miscellaneous materials

Box 5, Folder 1

Morokai genealogies

Box 5, Folder 2-3

Mount Hagen Primary "T" School, curriculum

Box 6, Folder 1-3

Mount Hagen Primary "T" School, curriculum

Box 6, Folder 4

Narak Development Key

Box 6, Folder 5-6

New Guinea Conference 1965 - 1966

Box 6, Folder 7

New Guinea Kinship book (Part 1) 1969 - 1976

Box 7, Folder 1

New Guinea Kinship book (Part 2) 1969

 

New Guinea Kinship

Box 7, Folder 2

Conclusion

Box 7, Folder 3

Declines 1969 - 1973

Box 7, Folder 4

Long 1969 - 1970

Box 7, Folder 5

Preface 1964

Box 7, Folder 6

Short 1969

Box 7, Folder 7

North Borneo map

Box 7, Folder 8

Palauau Kinship

Box 7, Folder 9

Papua and Australia

Oversize FB-098-08

Peymbankale and Nabekale genealogy charts

Box 7, Folder 11

Pregnancy Envy and the Pig Festival 1961 - 1970

Box 7, Folder 12

Research in New Guinea - Summer appointment and travel 1972

Box 7, Folder 13

Semra sentence notebooks 1971 - 1972

Oversize FB-098-09

Short listing of terms - Genealogies

Box 7, Folder 15

Simbai - Kaironk - Map

Box 7, Folder 16

Solomon Island: Indispensable Reefs (no islands)

Box 7, Folder 17

Solomons - Ndai Island map

Box 7, Folder 18

South Borneo map

Box 7, Folder 19

Suau Kinship Terms

 

TATs

Box 8, Folder 1

A:2 - J:20. Annotated draft

Box 8, Folder 2

A:1 - J:20. Final typescript

Box 8, Folder 3

A:1 - J:20. Annotated carbon copy draft

Box 8, Folder 4

10:1 - 18:19. Annotated draft

Box 8, Folder 5

1:1 - 8:20. Final typescript

Box 8, Folder 6

9:1 - 14:10. Final typescript

Box 9, Folder 1

14:11 - 18:20. Final typescript

Box 9, Folder 2

1:1 - 12:20. Annotated carbon copy draft

Box 9, Folder 3

13:1 - 18:20. Annotated carbon copy draft

Box 9, Folder 4

Akuna (Gadsup) data. Murray and Watson Responses 1964

Box 9, Folder 5

Book 1969 - 1971

Box 9, Folder 6

Cards

Box 9, Folder 7

Data sheets on informants

Box 9, Folder 8

Notes 1966

 

TAT Projects

Box 9, Folder 9

Articles 1962 - 1969

Box 9, Folder 10

DeVos stuff 1970

Box 10, Folder 1

Toaripi - D. Ryan

Box 10, Folder 2

Toba Batak 1966

Box 10, Folder 3

Tsembaga 1964

Box 10, Folder 4

Upper Jimi maps

Box 10, Folder 5

Weather 1966

Box 10, Folder 6

Wenner-Gren account 1970 - 1975

Box 10, Folder 7

Western District

Box 10, Folder 8

Western Highlands map

Box 10, Folder 9

Word lists

Box 10, Folder 10

Word lists - Narak and Maring 1967

Box 10, Folder 11

World orientation

Box 10, Folder 12

World orientation and picture ranking tests

 

WRITINGS

Scope and Content of Series

SERIES 2) WRITINGS. Arranged in four subseries: A) Books, Papers and Journal Articles, B) Field Notes, C) Computer Punch Cards and D) Language Dictionary Card File.
A) Books, Papers and Journal Articles: Manuscripts for his book Blood and Semen: Kinship Systems of Highland New Guinea, Manga pacification manuscripts and a preliminary draft of Zeus, Pigs and Initiation.
B) Field Notes: Comments on patrol reports, interviews and diaries that date from 1959-1968.
C) Computer Punch Cards: T.A.T. interviews on kinship, linguistics, psychology and stories, punched out and computer-typed at the top of each card.
D) Language Dictionary Card File: Notecards on the Narak language translated to English.
 

Books, Papers and Journal Articles

Box 11, Folder 1

Analyzing Kinship 1968

 

Blood and Semen: Kinship Systems of Highland New Guinea. With Denise O'Brien

Box 11, Folder 2-5

Draft

Box 11, Folder 6

Book orders 1980 - 1981

Box 11, Folder 7

Correspondence 1980

Box 11, Folder 8

Book reviews 1966 - 1967

Box 12, Folder 1

Book review of "An Essay on Language," by Robert A. Hall 1970

Box 12, Folder 2

Cultural Flexibility: Myth and Reality 1964

Box 12, Folder 3-4

Deitics of Narak Directions

Box 12, Folder 5

Graduate Education in Anthropology: Implications for the Future of Anthropological Training 1969 - 1970

Box 12, Folder 6

Ideal and Real: The Acculturation Continuum 1961 - 1962

Box 12, Folder 7

Kinship and Genealogy in Manga Social Organization 1966

Box 12, Folder 8

Kinship Systems of Highland New Guinea - Table of contents

Box 12, Folder 9

Mai of the Manga: Man Bilong Namel, with Susan Pflanz-Cook

Box 12, Folder 10

Manga Kinship Terminology 1967

Box 13, Folder 1

Manga Pacification, with Susan Pflanz-Cook 1977

Box 13, Folder 2-3

Marriage among the Manga. Published in Pigs, Pearlshells, and Women by Robert Glasse 1966 - 1970

Box 13, Folder 4

Narak: Language or Dialect 1966 - 1967

Box 13, Folder 5

New Mogollon Structure 1960

Box 13, Folder 6

Nobody Will Feed Me

Box 13, Folder 7

Notebooks: First Visit to Hagen 1981

Box 13, Folder 8-9

On the Conversion of Non-Agnates into Agnates among the Manga... 1964 - 1970

Box 14, Folder 1-2

Preliminary Statement of Narak Spatial Deixis 1964 - 1967

Box 14, Folder 3

Recipient Culture: A Formulation

Box 15, Folder 1

Social Analysis of Graffiti 1972 - 1973

Box 15, Folder 2

Anthropological Residence in Melanesia 1965 - 1968

Box 15, Folder 3

Structural Variability in the Bismarck Mountain Cultures of New Guinea: A Preliminary Report 1963 - 1964

Box 15, Folder 4

Zeus, Pigs and Initiation - Preliminary draft 1973

 

Field Notes

Box 16, Folder 1

Patrol reports, interviews and diaries 1959 - 1968

 

Computer Punch Cards, TATs

Box 17, Folder 1

Interviews, kinship and linguistics

Box 18, Folder 1

Psychology, child rearing and picture test world orientation

Box 19, Folder 1

Informant stories

 

Language Dictionary Card File

Box 20

Note cards

Box 21

Note cards

Box 22

Note cards, A - M

Box 23

Note cards, N - Z

 

SOUND RECORDINGS

Restrictions

Original sound recordings are restricted. Researchers must request user copies be produced.

Scope and Content of Series

SERIES 3) SOUND RECORDINGS: Interviews, song learning, church functions, festivals, meetings, stories and T.A.T. responses spanning 1958-1972. The Narak language tapes were recorded by Stephen Wurm in 1958, prior to Cook's arrival. Organized in the original order numbered by Cook.
Box 24, Folder 1

Tape 1 - Kananta 1962

Restrictions

Restrictions Apply
Box 24, Folder 2

Tape 2 - 1. Kananta - Courtship. 2. Pre-singing Song Learning (Part 1) 1962

Restrictions

Restrictions Apply
Box 24, Folder 3

Tape 3 - Pre-singing Song Learning (Part 2) 1962

Restrictions

Restrictions Apply
Box 24, Folder 4

Tape 4 - Torchlighting Ceremony 1962

Restrictions

Restrictions Apply
Box 24, Folder 5

Tape 5 - Revenge Payment 1962

Restrictions

Restrictions Apply
Box 24, Folder 6

Tape 6 - Church - Kwiop 1962

Restrictions

Restrictions Apply
Box 24, Folder 7

Tape 7 - This is New Guinea. Recorded by James L. Anderson

Restrictions

Restrictions Apply
Box 24, Folder 8

Tape 8 - 1. Kuluwele (Kwiop) TAT Responses. 2. Tultul Mbanga (Warames) TAT Responses

Restrictions

Restrictions Apply
Box 24, Folder 9

Tape 9 - Mbanga TAT Responses

Restrictions

Restrictions Apply
Box 24, Folder 10

Tape 10 - 1. Songs From the Torres Straits. 2. Blank

Restrictions

Restrictions Apply
Box 24, Folder 11

Tape 11 - Tultul Mbanga - TAT 1-9

Restrictions

Restrictions Apply
Box 24, Folder 12

Tape 12 - Tultul Mbanga - TAT 10-19

Restrictions

Restrictions Apply
Box 24, Folder 13

Tape 13 - 1. A) Narak 4 (Break) B) Narak 1 (First Session) at Hagen. 2. Narak 1 1958

Restrictions

Restrictions Apply
Box 24, Folder 14

Tape 14 - 1. Narak 3. 2. 1 minute of Narak 3. All taken at Mount Hagen by Stephen Wurm

Restrictions

Restrictions Apply
Box 24, Folder 15

Tape 15 - 1. Wurm's Narak Tape #2. All taken at Mount Hagen by Wurm 1958

Restrictions

Restrictions Apply
Box 24, Folder 16

Tape 16 - Kuluwele TAT 11-20

Restrictions

Restrictions Apply
Box 24, Folder 17

Tape 17 - 1. Flute Playing. Kimi and Semra. Kimi and Amgoi. 2. Kamanta. Amgoi - Kimi - Mom - Semra 1971

Restrictions

Restrictions Apply
Box 25, Folder 1

Tape 18 - 1. Kimi's Story of Stealing a Pig Fuom Waiyag. 2. A) Kimi's Story of His Son's Birth. B) Kimi's story of Ai Hitting Kimi Over Courtship 1971

Restrictions

Restrictions Apply
Box 25, Folder 2

Tape 19 - 1. Kombla Court (transcribed). 2. Pig-garden (transcribed)

Restrictions

Restrictions Apply
Box 25, Folder 3

Tape 20 - World Orientation

Restrictions

Restrictions Apply
Box 25, Folder 4

Tape 21 - Mai's Report on Council Meeting at Tabi 1972

Restrictions

Restrictions Apply
Box 25, Folder 5

Tape 22 - Tape #1 of Men at Wondoma's Court, day 1 1972

Restrictions

Restrictions Apply
Box 25, Folder 6-7

Tapes 23 & 24 - Church

Restrictions

Restrictions Apply
Box 25, Folder 8

Tape 25 - Pre-'sing-sing' Song Learning 1962

Restrictions

Restrictions Apply
Box 25, Folder 9

Tape 26 - Church

Restrictions

Restrictions Apply
Box 25, Folder 10

Tape 27 - 1. Mai's Council Repor and Talk about changing court structures. 2. Dear

Restrictions

Restrictions Apply
Box 25, Folder 11

Tape 28 - 1. Blank. 2. Day 2 of Men and Won's Court 1972

Restrictions

Restrictions Apply
Box 25, Folder 12

Tape 29 - 1. Men at Wondoma Court - Day 2. 2. A) Court Mai - C.J. Healey Over Payment of Bubgile Carriers. B) Summary of Men/Wondoma care by Tsiye, Kubgi, Wagi, Tsena, Kubn, Mai, Kubl - Interrupted by Bubgiles Who Had Participated in Above Court A) 1972

Restrictions

Restrictions Apply
Box 25, Folder 13-14

Tapes 30 & 31 - Revenge Payment 1962

Restrictions

Restrictions Apply
Box 25, Folder 15

Tape 32 - Official Singsing Opening by Torchlight at Night 1962

Restrictions

Restrictions Apply
Box 25, Folder 16

Tape 33 - 1. Pig-garden. 2. Pig-garden. Wando #2 1971

Restrictions

Restrictions Apply
Box 25, Folder 17

Tape 34 - Tape 2 of Wondoma and Men's Court - Day 1 1972

Restrictions

Restrictions Apply
Box 26, Folder 1

Tape 35 - Singsing opening 1962

Restrictions

Restrictions Apply
Box 26, Folder 2-3

Tape 36 - Men Interview 1971

Restrictions

Restrictions Apply
Box 26, Folder 4-6

Tape 37 - Taiya Interview 1971

Restrictions

Restrictions Apply
Box 26, Folder 7-9

Tape 38 - Men/Wondoma Care - Day 3

Restrictions

Restrictions Apply
Box 26, Folder 10-11

Tape 39 - Men Interview 1971

Restrictions

Restrictions Apply
Box 26, Folder 12-14

Tape 40 - Taiya Interview 1971

Restrictions

Restrictions Apply
Box 26, Folder 15-16

Tape 41 - Men/Wondoma Care - Day 3

Restrictions

Restrictions Apply
Box 26, Folder 17

Tape 42 - Tsige Interview - 1. Marriage rule. Naming. In-Law Taboos 1971

Restrictions

Restrictions Apply
Box 27, Folder 1-5

Tapes 43 & 44 - Wando Interview 1971

Restrictions

Restrictions Apply
Box 27, Folder 6

Tape 45 - Kananta

Restrictions

Restrictions Apply
Box 27, Folder 7-8

Tape 46 - Mai's Report of Last Wed's Council Meeting at Tabi 1972

Restrictions

Restrictions Apply
Box 27, Folder 9-10

Tape 47 - 1. Men Interview. 2. Wando - Nimpomba 1971

Restrictions

Restrictions Apply
Box 27, Folder 11-12

Tape 48 - Mai Interview 1971

Restrictions

Restrictions Apply
 

PHOTOGRAPHS

Scope and Content of Series

SERIES 4) PHOTOGRAPHS. Arranged in two subseries: A) Prints and B) Negatives.
A) Prints: Aerial images of mountainous terrain and contact sheets of village activities.
B) Negatives: Eighteen rolls of 35mm black and white negatives. This subseries has been entirely digitized, and images are available for viewing by clicking on the links in the container list below. To re-create the order in which the photographs were taken, refer to the frame number in brackets.
 

Prints

Box 28, Folder 1

Aerial - Mountainous terrain 1969

Box 28, Folder 2

Contact sheets - Manga Village activities

 

Negatives

 

Roll 1 1962 August

General note

Originals located in AN2/M187/01. All images on this roll have been digitized.

Conditions Governing Access note

Original negatives restricted.
 

Pig festival, singsing: decorated clan sisters, potential brides, during a dance [frame 33]

 

Pig festival, singsing: large group of dancers enter through a bamboo arch [frame 32]

 

Bride price for Mitsi: bride (Mitsi) in center wears headdress, shell valuables, woven armbands and belts [frame 1]

 

Bride price for Mitsi: Kongf (l), young daughter of Mitsi and Tsapinde, with children wearing headdresses and shell valuables [frame 7]

 

Bride price for Mitsi: women from Tsapinde's (the groom's) group carry large cuts of pork to be shared with bride's group [frame 3]

 

Bride price for Mitsil: women wear headdresses, shell valuables, woven armbands and belts, bride at right [frame 2]

 

Bride price for Mitsi: payment banner of feather and shell valuables given by the groom's group to the bride's group [frame 13]

 

Bride price for Mitsi: women from the bride's group are fed pork provided by the groom's group [frame 12]

 

Bride price for Mitsi: bride (Mitsi) is carried over exchange valuables by her husband's brother [frame 15]

 

Bride price for Mitsi: display of pork and other exchange valuables given by the groom's group, Kongf (Mitsi and Tsapinde's daughter) center [frame 14]

 

Bride price for Mitsi: decorated members of the groom's group dance in the bride's village, Edwin Cook observes [frame 9]

 

Bride price for Mitsi: decorated members of the groom's group dance in the bride's village, Edwin Cook observes [frame 8]

 

Returned laborers display purchased goods, some to be given to relatives [frame 17]

 

Bride price for Mitsi: bride (Mitsi) is lifted her husband's brother [frame 16]

 

Edwin Cook and children, including Kotsbuka, under an umbrella [frame 23]

 

Returned laborers display and distribute feather valuables and purchased goods, including a doll [frame 22]

 

Returned laborers display purchased and traditional wealth items, some to be given to relatives [frame 21]

 

Returned laborers display purchased goods and traditional wealth items, some for relatives [frame 20]

 

Pig festival, singsing: decorated men in harpy eagle feather headdresses [frame 30]

 

Pig festival, singsing: decorated men with weapons and kundu drums at dance ground [frame 25]

 

Pig festival, singsing: decorated men on trail from Cook's house [frame 28]

 

Pig festival, singsing: decorated men with eagle feather headdresses dance [frame 31]

 

Returned laborers display purchased goods, some to be given to relatives [frame 18]

 

Pig festival, singsing: decorated men on trail from Cook's house [frame 29]

 

Returned laborers display purchased goods, some to be given to relatives [frame 19]

 

Bride price for Mitsi: payment banner of feather and shell valuables, carried by clan of husband, Tsapinde [frame 5]

 

Bride price for Mitsi: group of men from the groom's group dance in the bride's village [frame 6]

 

Bride price for Mitsi: woman from the bride's group is fed pork provided by groom's group [frame 10]

 

Bride price for Mitsi: payment banner of feather and shell valuables, carried by clan of husband, Tsapinde [frame 4]

 

Pig festival, singsing: Wando, wearing eagle feather headdress, holds a drum [frame 26]

 

Bride price for Mitsi: woman from the bride's group is fed pork provided by the groom's group [frame 11]

 

Pig festival, singsing: decorated men with weapons and kundu drums at dance ground [frame 24]

 

Pig festival, singsing: decorated men are ready to dance [frame 27]

 

Roll 2 between 1961 and 1963

Conditions Governing Access note

Original negatives restricted.

General note

Originals located in AN2/M187/02. All images on this roll have been digitized.
 

Aerial view of town and road [frame 12]

 

Mount Hagen: aerial view of airstrip and town [frame 13]

 

Mount Hagen: aerial view of airstrip and town [frame 14]

 

Aerial view of village [frame 7]

 

Aerial view of village [frame 8]

 

Aerial view of village [frame 9]

 

Distant view of mountain trails and road [frame 10]

 

People on a road, next to a truck [frame 20]

 

Bismarck Range and valley [frame 19]

 

Bismarck Range, road [frame 18]

 

House enclosed by fence, boy [frame 17]

 

House next to airstrip, firewood stacked in front [frame 16]

 

Mount Hagen: hills and kunai grass [frame 15]

 

Aerial view of village on mountain ridge [frame 11]

 

Cluster of houses in a village [frame 5]

 

Aerial view of village [frame 6]

 

Government station: houses lined up in straight rows [frame 1]

 

Unidentified European man in front of a house [frame 2]

 

Houses and gardens [frame 3]

 

Government station: houses lined up in straight rows [frame 4]

 

Roll 3 1962 November-December

General note

Originals located in AN2/M187/03. All images on this roll have been digitized.

Conditions Governing Access note

Original negatives restricted.
 

Bismarck Range mountains [frame 3]

 

Pig festival, wig ritual: decorated men with ritual wigs, headdresses, and kundu drums [frame 36]

 

Bismarck Range mountains, garden clearings in foreground [frame 4]

 

Pig festival, pig sacrifice preparations: Kolip and Kent blow spells on gate posts for ritual fence through which allies will be fed [frame 33]

 

Pig festival, wig ritual: decorated men with ritual wigs, feather headdresses [frame 37]

 

Pig festival, wig ritual: decorated men with large feather headdresses, face paint [frame 24]

 

Pig festival, pig sacrifice preparations: men carry gate posts for ritual fence through which allies will be fed [frame 35]

 

Pig festival, wig ritual: man applies hot tree resin to wig [frame 21]

 

Bismarck Range mountains [frame 7]

 

Pig festival, pig sacrifice preparations: Kolip and Kent blow spells on gate posts for ritual fence through which allies will be fed [frame 32]

 

Bismarck Range: forested slope, garden clearings on right [frame 8]

 

Pig festival, wig ritual: man bespells drums to ensure they will be loud and pleasing to ancestors [frame 29]

 

Pig festival, pig sacrifice preparations: men carry gate posts for ritual fence through which allies will be fed [frame 34]

 

Bismarck Range mountains [frame 5]

 

Pig festival, pig sacrifice preparations: elevated food storage structures built for pig festival [frame 31]

 

Bismarck Range mountains [frame 6]

 

Pig festival, wig ritual: man bespells drums to ensure they will be loud and pleasing to ancestors [frame 28]

 

Edwin Cook's house and other buildings, Kwiop [frame 1]

 

Bismarck Range mountains, as seen from Cook's house [frame 2]

 

Pig festival, wig ritual: Wabi blows tobacco smoke spell onto feather headdress [frame 30]

 

Bismarck Range: forested slope and old garden clearings [frame 9]

 

Pig festival, wig ritual: man bespells drums to be loud and pleasing to ancestors [frame 27]

 

Bismarck Range: forested slope and valley, old garden clearings [frame 10]

 

Pig festival, wig ritual: man applies hot tree resin to wig [frame 22]

 

Pig festival, wig ritual: wig frame is fastened to hair [frame 17]

 

Pig festival, wig ritual: hair is pulled around wig frame [frame 20]

 

Pig festival, wig ritual: wig frame is fastened to hair [frame 19]

 

Pig festival, wig ritual: hair is fastened to wig frame [frame 15]

 

Pig festival, wig ritual: wig frame is fastened to hair [frame 18]

 

Bismarck Range: forested slopes and old garden clearings [frame 11]

 

Pig festival, wig ritual: hair is fastened to wig frame [frame 14]

 

Pig festival, wig ritual: men have placed hair for wigs on an exchange mat [frame 13]

 

Pig festival, wig ritual: wig frame is placed on hair [frame 16]

 

Pig festival, wig ritual: decorated men solemnly beat kundu drums [frame 23]

 

Courtship: adolescent girls on their way to Kwiop for courtship event, they wear jewelry, marsupial fur caps, talcum powder on faces [frame 26]

 

Adolescent boy stands with bow and arrows, talcum powder on face, feather valuables in hair [frame 25]

 

Bismarck Range: steep forested slopes and trail [frame 12]

 

Roll 4 1962 January

General note

Originals located in AN2/M187/04. All images on this roll have been digitized.

Conditions Governing Access note

Original negatives restricted.
 

Bride price ritual: women, including bride (center) approach [frame 27]

 

Bride price ritual: procession, including bride with headdress, on trail [frame 28]

 

Bride price ritual: bride with feather headdress, woven belt and armbands, shell valuables, and painted face [frame 29]

 

Pig festival, uprooting cordyline ritual: man with feather valuables, shell nose ornaments, other finery [frame 22]

 

Pig festival, uprooting cordyline ritual: war ally re-enacts killing an enemy by cutting down casuarina tree [frame 17]

 

Pig festival, uprooting cordyline ritual: war ally re-enacts killing an enemy by cutting down casuarina tree [frame 16]

 

Pig festival, uprooting cordyline ritual: decorated allies cut down casuarina tree, re-enacting killing of an enemy [frame 15]

 

Pig festival, uprooting cordyline ritual: decorated men on framework in casuarina tree [frame 14]

 

Pig festival, uprooting cordyline ritual: decorated men stand on framework in a casuarina tree [frame 13]

 

Pig festival, uprooting cordyline ritual: decorated men prepare to take ritual items to clan boundary [frame 12]

 

Pig festival, uprooting cordyline ritual: man holds bespelled stakes wrapped in banana leaves, to be planted at clan boundary [frame 11]

 

Pig festival, uprooting cordyline ritual: decorated man holds bespelled stakes, to be planted at clan boundary [frame 10]

 

Pig festival, uprooting cordyline ritual: woman touches bespelled stakes, wrapped in banana leaves, to be planted at clan boundary [frame 9]

 

Pig festival, uprooting cordyline ritual: Wabi (left) presents bag of food to a ally [frame 8]

 

Pig festival, uprooting cordyline ritual: decorated allies enter dance grounds, carrying drums and weapons [frame 7]

 

Pig festival, uprooting cordyline ritual: decorated men on framework attached to casuarina tree [frame 6]

 

Pig festival, uprooting cordyline ritual: war ally re-enacts killing an enemy by cutting down casuarina tree [frame 18]

 

Pig festival, uprooting cordyline ritual: allies carry cut casuarina tree, symbolizing dead enemy, on dance ground [frame 21]

 

Pig festival, uprooting cordyline ritual: decorated men observe allies approach [frame 1]

 

Pig festival, uprooting cordyline ritual: war ally re-enacts killing an enemy by cutting down casuarina tree [frame 19]

 

Pig festival, uprooting cordyline ritual: allies carry cut casuarina tree, symbolizing dead enemy, on dance ground [frame 20]

 

Pig festival, uprooting cordyline ritual: Wabi presents food to visiting allies, men watch from framework attached to tree [frame 4]

 

Pig festival, uprooting cordyline ritual: decorated man next to framework attached to casuarina tree [frame 5]

 

Pig festival, uprooting cordyline ritual: decorated men, including two on framework in tree, observe allies approach [frame 2]

 

Pig festival, uprooting cordyline ritual: allies enter the dance grounds, led by men with weapons [frame 3]

 

Pig festival, preparations: elevated food storage structure keeps dogs out of food stockpiled for upcoming feasts [frame 34]

 

Boy wearing a shirt, smiles [frame 23]

 

Adolescent boy in shirt [frame 24]

 

Courtship: adolescents before courtship event, boy wears feather valuable, girl wears trade beads [frame 25]

 

Men and boys with bows and arrows rest beside trail, sorcery gate in background [frame 30]

 

Bismarck Range mountains [frame 37]

 

Bismarck Range mountains [frame 36]

 

Men's house belonging to Wando, smoke escapes through entrance and roof, note arch over front entrance [frame 35]

 

Bride price ritual: procession of groom's kin, one with luluai badge, approach [frame 26]

 

Pig festival, preparations: elevated food storage structures being built next to men's house, sacred stone house at left [frame 33]

 

Men's house, newly-built [frame 32]

 

Pig festival, preparations: ritual fence being built beside dance grounds [frame 31]

 

Roll 5 1962 July

General note

Originals located in AN2/M187/05. All images on this roll have been digitized.

Conditions Governing Access note

Original negatives restricted.
 

Returned laborers, purification ritual: women and children have gathered to watch [frame 16]

 

Returned laborers, purification ritual: men bespell pork and yams, renouncing food taboos [frame 19]

 

Edwin Cook's house in Kwiop: wife Nancy Cook hangs laundry [frame 37]

 

Returned laborers, purification ritual: child adds greens to food display, including several piglets [frame 17]

 

Pig festival, singsing preparations: men use stakes and cordyline to expel enemy spirits from path which allies must travel [frame 35]

 

Pig festival, singsing preparations: men use stakes and cordyline to expel enemy spirits from path which allies must travel [frame 36]

 

Pig festival, singsing preparations: men use stakes and cordyline to expel enemy spirits from path which allies must travel [frame 33]

 

Pig festival, singsing preparations: men use stakes and cordyline to expel enemy spirits from path which allies must travel [frame 34]

 

Man wears luluai badge on forehead, denoting status as a government-appointed leader [frame 2]

 

Returned laborers, purification ritual: returned laborer, in purchased clothing, is tenderly greeted by a kinsman [frame 32]

 

Jimi River: bridge between Kwiop and Tabibuga [frame 1]

 

Pregnant woman, face and body smeared with clay (sign of mourning), sits with sister-in-law [frame 3]

 

Returned laborers, purification ritual: Wando holds piglet sacrificed to ancestors as thanks for safe return of men [frame 12]

 

Returned laborers, purification ritual: luluai sacrifices a chicken to the ancestors in ritual to reintegrate returnees [frame 13]

 

Returned laborers, purification ritual: luluai sacrifices piglet for ancestors, thanking them, other feast foods (background) [frame 14]

 

Returned laborers, purification ritual: women and children have gathered [frame 15]

 

Returned laborers, purification ritual: women and children gather [frame 7]

 

Returned laborers, purification ritual: in front of house built by returned laborers, preparations for sacrifical feast are made [frame 6]

 

Returned laborers, purification ritual: laborers (left) by house they have built [frame 5]

 

Pregnant woman, face and body smeared with clay (sign of mourning), sits with sister-in-law [frame 4]

 

Returned laborers, purification ritual: tearful older men address ancestors, thanking them for caring for men who have been away [frame 11]

 

Returned laborers, purification ritual: preparations are made for sacrificial feast, next to new-style house built by the returnees [frame 10]

 

Returned laborers, purification ritual: man who has returned from contract labor holds a piglet for sacrifice to the ancestors [frame 9]

 

Returned laborers, purification ritual: women and children gather [frame 8]

 

Returned laborers, purification ritual: men eat bespelled pork and yams, renouncing taboo [frame 25]

 

Returned laborers, purification ritual: man eats bespelled pork and yams, renouncing taboo [frame 24]

 

Returned laborers, purification ritual: man eats bespelled pork and yams, renouncing taboo [frame 23]

 

Returned laborers, purification ritual: man eats bespelled pork and yams, renouncing taboo [frame 22]

 

Returned laborers, purification ritual: man eats bespelled pork and yams, renouncing taboo [frame 21]

 

Returned laborers, purification ritual: men bespell pork and yams, renouncing food taboos [frame 20]

 

Jimi River: bridge between Kwiop and Tabibuga [frame 1a]

 

Returned laborers, purification ritual: men bespell pork and yams, renouncing food taboos [frame 18]

 

Returned laborers, purification ritual: man eats bespelled pork and yams, renouncing taboo [frame 30]

 

Returned laborers, purification ritual: man eats bespelled pork and yams, renouncing taboo [frame 31]

 

Returned laborers, purification ritual:: Mauwi bespells the cooked food [frame 28]

 

Returned laborers, purification ritual: man eats bespelled pork and yams [frame 29]

 

Returned laborers, purification ritual:: Mauwi bespells the cooked food [frame 26]

 

Returned laborers, purification ritual: Mauwi bespells the cooked food [frame 27]

 

Roll 6 1962 May

General note

Originals located in AN2/M187/06. All images on this roll have been digitized.

Conditions Governing Access note

Original negatives restricted.
 

Tabibuga patrol post: government building and parade grounds with flag pole [frame 27]

 

Tabibuga patrol post: saw mill and government building next to parade grounds [frame 28]

 

Tabibuga patrol post: distant view of government buildings, Bismarck Range in background [frame 33]

 

Tabibuga patrol post: government buildings, patrol house at left [frame 34]

 

Bismarck Range: valley and mountains [frame 11]

 

Edwin Cook next to a gate, entrance to a dance ground [frame 12]

 

Tabibuga patrol post: government building [frame 29]

 

Tabibuga patrol post: tents, building under construction [frame 30]

 

Tabibuga patrol post: government buildings, barracks for police and carriers [frame 36]

 

Tabibuga patrol post: jail (center) and other government buildings [frame 14]

 

Trail leading to the Cooks' house in Kwiop [frame 13]

 

Tabibuga patrol post: saw mill and other government buildings [frame 24]

 

Tabiguga patrol post: government building being constructed [frame 31]

 

Tabibuga patrol post: John Edwards (patrol officer) and John Bradbury (cadet) build a house [frame 32]

 

Edwin Cook's house in Kwiop: Nancy Cook at a table [frame 37]

 

Tabibuga patrol post: government buildings, patrol house at left [frame 35]

 

Edwin Cook's house in Kwiop with sign advertising Cook's services as a resident anthropologist [frame 05]

 

Edwin Cook's house in Kwiop: house and kitchen structure, employee stands between [frame 04]

 

Edwin Cook's house in Kwiop [frame 07]

 

Nancy Cook next to sign: Resident Anthropologist, E.A. Cook, 24 Hr. Svc. [frame 06]

 

Edwin Cook's house in Kwiop: wife Nancy Cook, rainwater capture system on right [frame 01]

 

Tabibuga patrol post: government buildings [frame 23]

 

Edwin Cook's house in Kwiop: front view [frame 03]

 

Edwin Cook's house in Kwiop: one of the Cooks' employees [frame 02]

 

Edwin Cook's house in Kwiop: fence and sign [frame 09]

 

Edwin Cook's house in Kwiop [frame 08]

 

Edwin Cook and sign: Resident Anthropologist, E.A. Cook, 24 Hr. Svc. [frame 10]

 

Tabibuga patrol post: distant view of buildings [frame 26]

 

Tabibuga patrol post: government buildings and parade grounds with flag pole [frame 25]

 

Tabibuga patrol post: jail and other government buildings [frame 18]

 

Tabibuga patrol post: jail [frame 17]

 

Tabibuga patrol post: jail [frame 16]

 

Bismarck Range: trail along edge of mountains [frame 15]

 

Tabibuga patrol post: government buildings and parade grounds with flag pole [frame 22]

 

Tabibuga patrol post: distant view of government buildings, trail, and Bismarck Range [frame 21]

 

Tabibuga patrol post: jail and other government buildings [frame 20]

 

Tabibuga patrol post: government buildings [frame 19]

 

Roll 7 1962 December

General note

Originals located in AN2/M187/07. All images on this roll have been digitized.

Conditions Governing Access note

Original negatives restricted.
 

Pig festival, wig ritual: Wan at presentation of wigged men [frame 08]

 

Pig festival, pig sacrifice, Kwiop: decorated men, some wearing red wigs, prepare to distribute pork to allies [frame 26]

 

Pig festival, wig ritual: Wan at presentation of wigged men [frame 06]

 

Pig festival, wig ritual: decorated adolescent girl presentation of wigged men, ritual fence in background [frame 09]

 

Pig festival, pig sacrifice, Kwiop: Wando's sacrifice house (r), and above-ground ovens for cooking sacrifices to ancestors [frame 19]

 

Pig festival, pig sacrifice: decorated man clubs a pig held by another man [frame 03]

 

Pig festival, pig sacrifice: in ancestral shrine, decorated man holds club for killing pigs, cooking pit in background [frame 02]

 

Pig festival, wig ritual: decorated adolescent girls at presentation of wigged men [frame 05]

 

Pig festival, pig sacrifice: decorated man clubs a pig held by another man [frame 04]

 

Pig festival, pig sacrifice, Kwiop: inside ritual fence, men prepare to distribute bundles of salted pork (right) to allies [frame 36]

 

Pig festival, pig sacrifice, Kwiop: inside ritual fence, men prepare to distribute bundles of salted pork (right) to allies [frame 35]

 

Pig festival, pig sacrifice, Kwiop: dead cassowary with shell valuables, symbolizes ancestors [frame 34]

 

Pig festival, pig sacrifice, Kwiop: dead cassowary with shell valuables, symbolizes ancestors [frame 33]

 

Pig festival, wig ritual: women display flowers, greeting wigged men [frame 10]

 

Courtship: adolescent girl at courtship event [frame 14]

 

Courtship: adolescent girl decorated for courtship event [frame 12]

 

Pig festival, wig ritual: Kum at presentation of wigged men [frame 07]

 

Pig festival, pig sacrifice: woman has brought pig to ancestral shrine, where it will be sacrificed [frame 01]

 

Pig festival, pig sacrifice, Kwiop: inside ritual fence, men prepare to distribute bundles of salted pork (right) to allies [frame 37]

 

Pig festival, wig ritual: woman holding flowers dances around wigged men, exclaiming on their beauty [frame 11]

 

Pig festival, pig sacrifice, Kwiop: inside the ritual fence, though which allies will be given pork [frame 22]

 

Pig festival, pig sacrifice, Kwiop: Wando entering his sacrifice house to speak with the spirits of his ancestors [frame 18]

 

Pig festival, pig sacrifice, Kwiop: children in front of shelter at ancestral shrine [frame 17]

 

Pig festival, pig sacrifice, Kwiop: war allies charge with mock aggression to the ritual fence, where they will be fed salted pork [frame 31]

 

Pig festival, pig sacrifice, Kwiop: man next to a sacrifice house, very dark shot [frame 32]

 

Pig festival, pig sacrifice, Kwiop: Kulakaengeyka men call war allies to be fed at ritual fence [frame 29]

 

Pig festival, pig sacrifice, Kwiop: Kulakaengeyka men call war allies to be fed at ritual fence [frame 30]

 

Pig festival, pig sacrifice, Kwiop: sacrifice house in the ancestral shrine [frame 16]

 

Courtship: adolescent couple rub faces together at courtship event [frame 15]

 

Pig festival, pig sacrifice, Kwiop: war allies charge with mock aggression to the ritual fence, where they will be fed salted pork [frame 28]

 

Pig festival, pig sacrifice, Kwiop: war allies charge with mock aggression to the ritual fence, where they will be fed salted pork [frame 27]

 

Roll 8 1962 December

General note

Originals located in AN2/M187/08. All images on this roll have been digitized.

Conditions Governing Access note

Original negatives restricted.
 

Bride price ritual: two payment banners covered with feather and shell valuables, carried in by people from groom's group [frame 40]

 

Bride price ritual: payment banners of shell and feather valuables, carried by decorated men from the groom's group [frame 47]

 

Bride price ritual: crowd at exchange, man distributes pork provided by groom's group [frame 28]

 

Bride price ritual: bride, wearing headdress and other finery, breastfeeds child [frame 35]

 

Pig festival, singsing preparations, Kwiop: men expel enemy spirits from trail with stakes, on way to clan boundary [frame 36]

 

Pig festival, singsing preparations, Kwiop: men expel spirits from ground with stakes, on way to clan boundary [frame 37]

 

Bride price ritual: Wando and others eat food provided by groom's group [frame 24]

 

Bride price ritual: Wando and others eat food provided by groom's group [frame 25]

 

Bismarck Range: valley between ridges [frame 59]

 

Bismarck Range mountains [frame 60]

 

Bride price ritual: cooked yams and other foods are shared, netbag in background holds display mats [frame 16]

 

Bismarck Range mountains, view from garden [frame 63]

 

Bride price ritual: bride is fed by groom's kin [frame 14]

 

Bride price ritual: bride and others eat food provided by groom's group [frame 23]

 

Bismarck Range mountains: houses and trails in lower frame [frame 38]

 

Pig festival, singsing preparations, Kwiop: cordyline stems planted near arched gate [frame 39]

 

Bride price ritual: decorated men at exchange [frame 03]

 

Bride price ritual: bride is reclaimed by her husband's brother [frame 01]

 

Bride price ritual: crowd at exchange, man distributes pork provided by groom's group [frame 27]

 

Bride price ritual: pork is divided for sharing with bride's group [frame 26]

 

Bride price ritual: bride eats food given by groom's kin [frame 15]

 

Bride price ritual: bride (center) and crowd of kin [frame 12]

 

Bride price ritual: bride, with headdress and shell valuables [frame 13]

 

Bride price ritual: Wando carries kundu drum [frame 04]

 

Bride price ritual: bride with headdress and bush knife [frame 11]

 

Bride price ritual: bride with feather headdress, surrounded by kin [frame 02]

 

Pig festival, pig sacrifice: Wabi next to his sacrifice house in ancestral shrine [frame 52]

 

Large tree [frame 51]

 

Bismarck Range mountains [frame 62]

 

Bismarck Range mountains [frame 61]

 

Pig festival, pig sacrifice: display of pork to be distributed [frame 49]

 

Bride price ritual: bride's kin are fed pork by man from groom's family [frame 48]

 

Roll 9 1962 July

General note

Originals located in AN2/M187/09. All images on this roll have been digitized.

Conditions Governing Access note

Original negatives restricted.
 

Man wearing luluai badge, headdress, nose disc and shell valuable [frame 26]

 

Edwin Cook's house in Kwiop, seen from above [frame 27]

 

Wabi with luluai badge, by shelter being built [frame 21]

 

Pig festival, sacred stone house: decorated men and boys outside of house where fertility stones hang [frame 20]

 

Men, one carrying an axe, in yard where laundry dries [frame 23]

 

Pig festival, preparations: Wando thatches roof of men's house [frame 22]

 

Pig festival, singsing: decorated men dance in line with kundu drums [frame 08]

 

Pig festival, singsing: decorated men dance and play kundu drums [frame 11]

 

Pig festival, singsing: decorated men dance with kundu drums, watched by crowd [frame 10]

 

Returned laborers (in western clothing), their kin inspect new-style house built by the returnees [frame 03]

 

Returned laborers (in western clothing), their kin inspect new-style house built by the returnees [frame 02]

 

Returned laborers have built new-style house [frame 01]

 

Pig festival, singsing: decorated men dance with kundu drums [frame 07]

 

Returned laborers (in western clothing) with kin [frame 06]

 

Returned laborers (in westernclothing) with kin [frame 05]

 

Returned laborers (in western clothing) and kin [frame 04]

 

Pig festival, sacred stone house: man builds ceremonial fire on roof to be placed in house [frame 12]

 

Pig festival, sacred stone house: man builds ceremonial fire on roof to be placed in house [frame 13]

 

Pig festival, sacred stone house: decorated men and boys by house where fertility stones have been hung [frame 18]

 

Pig festival, sacred stone house: decorated man enters house where sacred stones hang, others implore ancestors for fertility [frame 19]

 

Pig festival, sacred stone house: decorated men enter house where fertility stones have been hung [frame 16]

 

Pig festival, sacred stone house: decorated men enter house where fertility stones have been hung, boys with drums outside [frame 17]

 

Returned laborers, purification ritual: returned laborer holds pig during sacrifice [frame 37]

 

Returned laborers, purification ritual: returned laborer holds pig during sacrifice for ancestors [frame 36]

 

Returned laborers, purification ritual: returnee sacrifices a pig [frame 32]

 

Returned laborers, purification ritual: dead cassowary dressed as a human and symbolizing the ancestors [frame 38]

 

Returned laborers, purification ritual: Kent speaks to dead cassowaries dressed as a humans, symbolizing the ancestors, in center are above ground ovens [frame 34]

 

Returned laborers, purification ritual: dead cassowaries dressed as humans, symbolizing ancestors, to left are above ground ovens [frame 33]

 

Edwin Cook's house in Kwiop, seen from above [frame 28]

 

Returned laborers, purification ritual: Kent speaks to dead cassowaries dressed as humans, symbolizing the ancestors [frame 35]

 

Edwin Cook with Marilyn, a pet cockatoo [frame 30]

 

Edwin Cook with pet cockatoo, Marilyn [frame 29]

 

Returned laborers, their faces adorned with paint or powder, stand together smoking [frame 24]

 

Returned laborers, purification ritual: returnee kills pig, watched by others [frame 31]

 

Pig festival, sacred stone house: decorated men enter house where fertility stones have been hung [frame 15]

 

Returned laborers, their faces adorned with paint or powder, stand together smoking [frame 25]

 

Pig festival, singsing: decorated men dance in circle with kundu drums [frame 09]

 

Pig festival, sacred stone house: decorated men enter house where fertility stones have been hung [frame 14]

 

Roll 10 1962 July

General note

Originals located in AN2/M187/10. All images on this roll have been digitized.

Conditions Governing Access note

Original negatives restricted.
 

Bismarck Range mountains [frame 03]

 

Bismarck Range mountains [frame 02]

 

Bismarck Range mountains [frame 05]

 

Bismarck Range mountains [frame 04]

 

Tabibuga: aerial view [frame 17]

 

Tabibuga: aerial view of road [frame 19]

 

Tabibuga: aerial view [frame 15]

 

Tabibuga: aerial view [frame 16]

 

Tabibuga: aerial view of road [frame 20]

 

Tabibuga: aerial view, airstrip on right [frame 23]

 

Tabibuga: aerial view of road [frame 18]

 

Tabibuga: aerial view [frame 21]

 

House and clearing, aerial view [frame 24]

 

Steep cliffs in unidentified mountains [frame 27]

 

Tabibuga: aerial view [frame 22]

 

Landing strip, aerial view [frame 25]

 

Houses in clearing, moutains: aerial view [frame 31]

 

Mountains, aerial view [frame 30]

 

Trail and houses on mountain ridge, aerial view [frame 33]

 

Village with western style houses, aerial view [frame 32]

 

Tabibuga: landing strip [frame 14]

 

Steep cliff in unidentified mountains [frame 26]

 

Mountains, aerial view [frame 29]

 

Mountains, aerial view [frame 28]

 

Pig festival, singsing preparations, Kwiop: dance ground, ritual fence in background [frame 10]

 

Kwiop: Anglican mission buildings and government rest house [frame 11]

 

Kwiop: Anglican mission buildings and government rest house [frame 12]

 

Tabibuga: landing strip (r) and government buildings (l) [frame 13]

 

Bismarck Range mountains [frame 06]

 

Bismarck Range mountains [frame 07]

 

Bismarck Range mountains [frame 08]

 

Pig festival, singsing preparations, Kwiop: dance ground with unfinished ritual fence [frame 09]

 

Trail on mountain ridge, aerial view [frame 36]

 

Trail and houses on mountain ridge, aerial view [frame 34]

 

Trail and smoke, probably a garden plot being prepared, aerial view [frame 35]

 

Bismarck Range mountains [frame 01]

 

Roll 11 1962 January

General note

Originals located in AN2/M187/11. All images on this roll have been digitized.

Conditions Governing Access note

Original negatives restricted.
 

Pig festival, uprooting cordyline ritual: men outside sacred stone house, note pig jawbone display [frame 26]

 

Pig festival, uprooting cordyline ritual: fenced cordyline plant will be pulled up, marking new phase of the festival [frame 25]

 

Pig festival, uprooting cordyline ritual: man clears ground around plant, prior to its uprooting [frame 28]

 

Pig festival, uprooting cordyline ritual: clearing where ritually significant cordyline will be uprooted, signalling next phase of pig festival [frame 27]

 

Pig festival, uprooting cordyline ritual : red pandanus fruit, associated with ancestors, will be included in feast [frame 24]

 

Pig festival, uprooting cordyline ritual: men place uprooted plants at clan boundary [frame 33]

 

Pig festival, uprooting cordyline ritual: large procession of allies carrying uprooted cordyline to clan boundary [frame 32]

 

Pig festival, pig sacrifice, Kompiai: decorated men with drums, prepared to dance [frame 35]

 

Pig festival, pig sacrifice, Kompiai: decorated men with drums, prepared to dance [frame 34]

 

Pig festival, preparations: gate at a boundary, meant to exclude enemy spirits [frame 05]

 

Pig festival, preparations: elevated food storage buildings for upcoming feasts, elevated to exclude dogs [frame 04]

 

House in small clearing [frame 03]

 

Pig festival, preparations: men's house (r) and small house for sacred stones (l), elevated food storage to store food for upcoming feasts [frame 02]

 

Pig festival, uprooting cordyline ritual: food wrapped in leaves (r) on a spit, man (l) brings pork to earth oven [frame 12]

 

Pig festival, preparations: men's house (r) and small house for sacred stones (r), elevated food storage (background) [frame 01]

 

Pig festival, preparations: building a small shelter in ancestral shrine [frame 10]

 

Pig festival, uprooting cordyline ritual: small ovens for cooking sacrifical cassowary and pig's head [frame 13]

 

Pig festival, uprooting cordyline ritual: uprooted plants, carried at waist (positioned as a dead warrior), are brought to clan boundary [frame 31]

 

Village in a valley, view from above [frame 11]

 

Pig festival, uprooting cordyline ritual: decorated clan members dance while plant is uprooted in men's house clearing [frame 29]

 

Pig festival, uprooting cordyline ritual: decorated clan members witness plant being removed from ground [frame 30]

 

Pig festival, uprooting cordyline ritual: bark and leaf oven for cooking sacrificial cassowary or pig's head [frame 14]

 

Village on mountain slope, view from above [frame 15]

 

Pig festival, uprooting cordyline ritual: large display of yams, bananas and other food for feast [frame 16]

 

Pig festival, uprooting cordyline ritual: man builds sacrifice house in ancestral shrine [frame 17]

 

Pig festival, uprooting cordyline ritual: man builds sacrifice house in ancestral shrine [frame 18]

 

Pig festival, uprooting cordyline ritual: men butcher recently sacrificed pig [frame 21]

 

Pig festival, preparations: green beetles lashed with yellow orchid fibers, decorative headband [frame 22]

 

Pig festival, preparations: green beetles lashed with yellow orchid fibers, decorative headband [frame 23]

 

Woman's house, sleeping quarters (rear), pig stall (center), fireplace and cooking area at entrance [frame 07]

 

Kwiop: houses and clearings, view from above [frame 06]

 

Pig festival, preparations: elevated food storage buildings for upcoming feasts, will keep dogs out of food [frame 09]

 

Woman's house, sleeping quarters (rear), pig stall (center), fireplace and cooking area at entrance [frame 08]

 

Roll 12 1962 January

General note

Originals located in AN2/M187/12. All images on this roll have been digitized.

Conditions Governing Access note

Original negatives restricted.
 

Pig festival, pig sacrifice, Kompiai: decorated allies run onto dance ground [frame 03]

 

Pig festival, pig sacrifice, Kompiai: children and women carry firewood across dance ground [frame 02]

 

Pig festival, pig sacrifice, Kompiai: decorated man on top of ritual fence calls to allies [frame 01]

 

Pig festival, pig sacrifice, Kompiai: war ally at small opening in ritual fence, being fed salted pork [frame 17]

 

Pig festival, pig sacrifice, Kompiai: armed and decorated allies approach the ritual fence with mock aggression [frame 11]

 

Pig festival, pig sacrifice, Kompiai: observers on dance ground, visitors' shelter in background [frame 10]

 

Pig festival, pig sacrifice, Kompiai: women and children await arrival of war allies on dance ground [frame 09]

 

Pig festival, pig sacrifice, Kompiai: decorated allies arrive on dance ground [frame 04]

 

Pig festival, pig sacrifice, Kompiai: decorated men on top of ritual fence call war allies to come forward [frame 07]

 

Pig festival, pig sacrifice, Kompiai: man (l) in red wig, and decorated adolescent girls [frame 06]

 

Pig festival, pig sacrifice, Kompiai: decorated men on dance ground [frame 05]

 

Pig festival, pig sacrifice, Kompiai: armed and decorated allies rush the ritual fence [frame 12]

 

Pig festival, pig sacrifice, Kompiai: war allies at ritual fence hold pieces of salted pork, bundle of salted pork (l) [frame 24]

 

Pig festival, pig sacrifice, Kompiai: war allies at ritual fence, note wig and headdress worn by man at left [frame 21]

 

Pig festival, pig sacrifice, Kompiai: next to ritual fence, war allies hold pieces of salted pork fat received in ceremonial exchange [frame 18]

 

Pig festival, pig sacrifice, Kompiai: decorated adolescent girls wearing shell valuables, will be presented as potential brides [frame 08]

 

Pig festival, pig sacrifice, Kompiai: war allies are given bundled salted pork and rubbed with salt [frame 27]

 

Pig festival, pig sacrifice, Kompiai: war allies are fed salted pork and their faces and bodies are rubbed with salt [frame 28]

 

Pig festival, pig sacrifice, Kompiai: war allies are fed salted pork through opening in ritual fence [frame 22]

 

Pig festival, pig sacrifice, Kompiai: war allies are fed salted pork and given gifts through small opening in ritual fence [frame 15]

 

Pig festival, pig sacrifice, Kompiai: war ally receives packet of salted pork and other gifts, through small opening in ritual fence [frame 16]

 

Pig festival, pig sacrifice, Kompiai: war allies hold salted pork fat (including bundle in center) [frame 25]

 

Pig festival, pig sacrifice, Kompiai: war ally is rubbed with salt [frame 26]

 

Pig festival, pig sacrifice, Kompiai: decorated men on top of ritual fence call to war allies below [frame 19]

 

Pig festival, pig sacrifice, Kompiai: war ally at opening in ritual fence, where he will be fed salted pork [frame 20]

 

Pig festival, pig sacrifice, Kompiai: armed and decorated allies chant on the dance ground, approaching ritual fence [frame 13]

 

Pig festival, pig sacrifice, Kompiai: armed and decorated war allies rush to the ritual fence [frame 14]

 

Pig festival, pig sacrifice, Kompiai: large crowd on dance ground [frame 32]

 

Pig festival, pig sacrifice, Kompiai: men in clowning costumes of leaves and mud, near government rest house [frame 31]

 

Pig festival, pig sacrifice, Kompiai: men display wealth objects for exchange, man in dark glasses (l), men in center wear red wigs [frame 34]

 

Pig festival, pig sacrifice, Kompiai: men, including several wearing red wigs, display exchange valuables, ritual fence at left [frame 33]

 

Pig festival, pig sacrifice, Kompiai: war allies at ritual fence, man on left holds bundle of salted pork [frame 23]

 

Pig festival, pig sacrifice, Kompiai: gifts for allies of cowrie shell belts, kina shells, bush knives, yams, and pork are displayed [frame 37]

 

Pig festival, pig sacrifice, Kompiai: decorated women and children inside ritual fence [frame 30]

 

Pig festival, pig sacrifice, Kompiai: inside ritual fence, men wait to feed salted pork to allies [frame 29]

 

Pig festival, pig sacrifice, Kompiai: gifts for allies of cowrie shell belts, kina shells, bush knives, yams, and pork are displayed [frame 36]

 

Pig festival, pig sacrifice, Kompiai: man holds up kina shell valuable for exchange, display mat at left [frame 35]

 

Roll 13 1962

Conditions Governing Access note

Original negatives restricted.

General note

Originals located in AN2/M187/13. All images on this roll have been digitized.
 

Courtship: adolescent girls wear beads and armbands, dressed up for courtship event [frame 13]

 

Unidentified white man practicing archery near Cooks' house in Kwiop [frame 10]

 

Courtship: smiling adolescent girl wears shell valuables, trade beads, and other finery (including keys on ring), ready for courtship event [frame 15]

 

Edwin Cook practicing archery near his house in Kwiop [frame 12]

 

Man wearing shell valuables [frame 31]

 

Courtship: adolescent girl wears strands of trade beads and other finery, dressed up for courtship event [frame 14]

 

Anthropologist Denise O'Brien laughs with man wearing large kina shell jewelry [frame 33]

 

Man wearing shell valuables [frame 32]

 

Jimi River: bridge between Kwiop and Tabibuga [frame 37]

 

Jimi River: bridge between Kwiop and Tabibuga [frame 38]

 

Edwin Cook practicing archery near his house in Kwiop [frame 11]

 

Tabibuga: government buildings [frame 36]

 

Courtship: couple at courtship event, rub faces; woman wears belts believed to prevent pregnancy [frame 30]

 

Courtship: adolescent girl at courtship event, belts worn around belly believed to prevent pregnancy [frame 29]

 

Man wearing police uniform, woman by sign near Cooks' house, "Resident Anthropologist, E.A. Cook, 24 Hr. Svc." [frame 24]

 

People by sign near Cooks' house, "Resident Anthropologist, E.A. Cook, 24 Hr. Svc." [frame 25]

 

Unidentified white man practicing archery near Cooks' house in Kwiop [frame 09]

 

Edwin Cook's house in Kwiop: Nancy Cook sits at table [frame 06]

 

Courtship: decorated adolescents with talcum powder on face, at courtship event [frame 28]

 

Unidentified white man practicing archery near Cooks' house in Kwiop [frame 08]

 

Cassowary chick, being fed [frame 18]

 

Village houses [frame 19]

 

Tabibuga: patrol officer's house [frame 34]

 

Tabibuga: police barracks and other government buildings [frame 35]

 

Man wearing police uniform, other people by sign near Cooks' house, "Resident Anthropologist, E.A. Cook, 24 Hr. Svc." [frame 22]

 

People by sign near Cooks' house, "Resident Anthropologist, E.A. Cook, 24 Hr. Svc." [frame 23]

 

Village houses [frame 20]

 

Village houses, man stands nearby [frame 21]

 

Edwin Cook's house in Kwiop: desk, typewriter, and books [frame 03]

 

Edwin Cook's house in Kwiop: interior, cat sleeps on bed [frame 05]

 

Edwin Cook's house in Kwiop: desk, typewriter and books [frame 04]

 

Edwin Cook's house in Kwiop: Interior [frame 07]

 

Cassowaries in a pen and chick outside, being fed by a man [frame 17]

 

Men's house [frame 16]

 

Roll 14 1962 February

General note

Originals located in AN2/M187/14. All images on this roll have been digitized.

Conditions Governing Access note

Original negatives restricted.
 

Government-sponsored festival in Tabibuga: teacher Peter Stubbs, Nancy Cook, and patrol officer John (Jack) Edwards (l to r) with luluais and other people [frame 14]

 

Government-sponsored festival in Tabibuga: running girls race, watched by crowd [frame 17]

 

Government-sponsored festival in Tabibuga: running girls race, watched by crowd [frame 16]

 

Tabibuga: Trans-Australian Airways airplane (de Havilland Canada DHC-3 Otter) lands on grass airstrip [frame 27]

 

Government-sponsored festival in Tabibuga: pigs and other foods to be distributed, patrol officer John (Jack) Edwards in background [frame 26]

 

Bismarck Range mountains, old garden clearings visible [frame 29]

 

Tabibuga: Trans-Australian Airways airplane (de Havilland Canada DHC-3 Otter) on grass airstrip [frame 28]

 

Government-sponsored festival in Tabibuga: crowd of young men and boys [frame 23]

 

Bismarck Range mountains [frame 34]

 

Jimi River: bridge between Kwiop and Tabibuga [frame 35]

 

Jimi River: bridge between Kwiop and Tabibuga [frame 36]

 

Jimi River: bridge between Kwiop and Tabibuga [frame 37]

 

Bismarck Range mountains [frame 30]

 

Bismarck Range mountains [frame 31]

 

Bismarck Range mountains [frame 32]

 

Bismarck Range mountains [frame 33]

 

Government-sponsored festival in Tabibuga: pigs and other food, to be distributed as thanks for labor performed at government station, patrol officer John (Jack) Edwards in background [frame 25]

 

Government-sponsored festival in Tabibuga: adolescent girl with tattooed face, snail shell earrings, trade beads, white powder on face and hair [frame 22]

 

Government-sponsored festival in Tabibuga: people from the surrounding area gather on field [frame 02]

 

Government-sponsored festival in Tabibuga: young men, wearing Western clothing, play drums [frame 24]

 

Government-sponsored festival in Tabibuga: luluais and other men discuss distribution of pigs [frame 09]

 

Government-sponsored festival in Tabibuga: luluais and other men await distribution of food by patrol officer [frame 10]

 

Tabibuga: government buildings and grounds with flag pole [frame 01]

 

Government-sponsored festival in Tabibuga: luluais in line, large crowd behind [frame 12]

 

Government-sponsored festival in Tabibuga: patrol officer Jack Edwards with luluais and large crowd [frame 11]

 

Government-sponsored festival in Tabibuga: running men race [frame 06]

 

Government-sponsored festival in Tabibuga: seated luluais [frame 13]

 

Government-sponsored festival in Tabibuga: luluais and other men stand near trussed pigs that will be distributed by government officials [frame 08]

 

Government-sponsored festival in Tabibuga: men compete in greased pole-climb [frame 07]

 

Government-sponsored festival in Tabibuga: crowd gathered around field, watching athletic competitions [frame 18]

 

Government-sponsored festival in Tabibuga: adolescent girls run race, watched by large crowd including luluais [frame 19]

 

Government-sponsored festival in Tabibuga: adolescent girls run a race, watched by crowd [frame 20]

 

Government-sponsored festival in Tabibuga: adolescent girl with tattooed face, snail shell earrings, trade beads, white powder on face and hair [frame 21]

 

Government-sponsored festival in Tabibuga: men compete in greased pole-climb [frame 03]

 

Government-sponsored festival in Tabibuga: seated luluais and large crowd await distribution of pigs and rice [frame 15]

 

Government-sponsored festival in Tabibuga: running men race, watched by crowd [frame 05]

 

Government-sponsored festival in Tabibuga: crowd of people, patrol officer Jack Edwards in distance [frame 04]

 

Roll 15 1962 January

General note

Originals located in AN2/M187/15. All images on this roll have been digitized.

Conditions Governing Access note

Original negatives restricted.
 

Edwin Cook's first house in Kwiop: Nancy Cook with pet cockatoo named Marilyn [frame 03]

 

Edwin Cook's first house in Kwiop: Nancy Cook with pet cockatoo, Marilyn [frame 02]

 

Edwin Cook's first house in Kwiop: Nancy Cook with pet cockatoo, Marilyn [frame 01b]

 

Edwin Cook's first house in Kwiop: he smokes, pet cockatoo Marilyn on his foot [frame 01a]

 

Jimi River [frame 01]

 

Cockatoo kept as a pet by the Cooks [frame 06]

 

Edwin Cook's first house in Kwiop: Nancy Cook with pet cockatoo named Marilyn [frame 05]

 

Edwin Cook's first house in Kwiop: adjacent land is dug up and levelled [frame 04]

 

Roll 16 1962 March

General note

Originals located in AN2/M187/16. All images on this roll have been digitized.

Conditions Governing Access note

Original negatives restricted.
 

Bride price for Maima, food preparation: cassowary and other foods wrapped in leaves for cooking [frame 40]

 

Bride price for Maima: man prepares food which will be included in exchange [frame 49]

 

Bride price for Maima, food preparation: pig's head and other food placed on leaves for cooking [frame 38]

 

Bride price for Maima, food preparation: cassowary wrapped in leaves for cooking, meat will be included in bride price payment [frame 47]

 

Bride price for Maima: man wearing shell valuables holds stone axe, which will be included in bride price exchange [frame 48]

 

Bride price for Maima: Molo the groom's group arrives carrying payment banner of feather and shell valuables for bride price [frame 60]

 

Bride price for Maima: decorated child wearing kina shell and headdress, probably a child of the bride (Maima) and groom (Molo) [frame 63]

 

Adolescent girls (Kopi, Kanila, and Kena) laughing, next to Cooks' house in Kwiop [frame 06]

 

Courtship: decorated adolescent girls and potential male suitors in front of the Cooks' house [frame 14]

 

Bride price for Maima, food preparation: cassowary is butchered, its meat will be included in bride price payment [frame 36]

 

Bride price for Maima, food preparation: bundle of blood pudding cooked on spit over fire, note bundles of pork at right [frame 39]

 

Bride price for Maima: Molo the groom's group dances with payment banner of feather and shell valuables for bride's clan [frame 62]

 

Bride price for Maima, food preparation: bundle of blood pudding cooked on spit over fire, will be shared with wife's kin [frame 37]

 

Bride price for Maima, food preparation: pig, bristles singed off, to be butchered for meat to include in bride price [frame 26]

 

Bride price for Maima, food preparation: butchered pork being cut up to include as part of bride price payment [frame 35]

 

Bride price for Maima, food preparation: butchering pig whose meat will be included in bride price payment [frame 28]

 

Bride price for Maima, food preparation: men kill pig, whose meat will be included in bride price payment [frame 23]

 

Adolescent girls (Kopi, Kanila, and Kena) smiling, ext to the Cook's house in Kwiop [frame 05]

 

Adolescent girl, Kanila, with talcum powdered forehead, marsupial cap and other finery [frame 11]

 

Adolescent girls (Kopi, Kanila, and Kena) smiling next to the Cooks' house in Kwiop [frame 07]

 

Bride price for Maima, food preparation: pig is butchered for meat which will be included in bride price [frame 27]

 

Adolescent girl, Kena, with talcum powder around her eyes, and marsupial fur cap, smiling while sitting near Cooks' Kwiop house [frame 12]

 

Courtship: decorated adolescent girls and potential male suitors in front of the Cooks' house [frame 13]

 

Bride price for Maima: Tsapinde distributes wealth received, including Raggiana bird-of-paradise feathers, cowrie shell bands, kina shells, and pork [frame 64]

 

Bride price for Maima: pork and other wealth items are given to the bride's group [frame 71]

 

Woman tends a fire, while nursing her infant [frame 16]

 

Bride price for Maima, food preparation: men with recently killed pig, whose meat will be included in bride price [frame 25]

 

Bride price for Maima, food preparation: men kill a pig, whose meat will be included in bride price payment [frame 24]

 

Courtship: decorated adolescent girls in front of the Cooks' house, mother and child look inside house [frame 15]

 

Bride price for Maima: Molo the groom's group dances with payment banner of feather and shell valuables for bride's clan [frame 61]

 

Bride price for Maima, food preparation: man places cassowary into leaves to be cooked [frame 52]

 

Bride price for Maima: women from Molo the groom's group, most with white powder on face, carry netbags with items for bride price [frame 59]

 

Bride price for Maima, food preparation: man prepares food which will be included in exchange [frame 50]

 

Infant asleep in netbag (bilum) [frame 51]

 

Bride price for Maima: Raggiana bird-of-paradise feathers, shell valuables and other items are unpacked from a chest [frame 73]

 

Bride price for Maima: Wando with Raggiana bird-of-paradise feathers, axes, and shell valuables given to the bride's group [frame 72]

 

Roll 17 1962

Conditions Governing Access note

Original negatives restricted.

General note

Originals located in AN2/M187/17. All images on this roll have been digitized.
 

Mortuary ritual: women, their faces and bodies smeared with clay as a sign of mourning, have lowered wrapped corpse into grave [frame 21]

 

Mortuary ritual: women lower the wrapped corpse for burial [frame 20]

 

Mortuary ritual: mourners, some with clay smeared on bodies and faces as sign of mourning [frame 31]

 

Mortuary ritual: people mourn outside of house where corpse is prepared for burial [frame 03]

 

Mortuary ritual: people mourn a death, corpse wrapped for burial is carried by women [frame 05]

 

Mortuary ritual: women, their faces and bodies smeared with clay as sign or mourning, carry corpse wrapped for burial [frame 06]

 

Mortuary ritual: women, their faces and bodies smeared with clay as sign or mourning, carry corpse wrapped for burial [frame 07]

 

Man with bush knife stands near taro plants [frame 53]

 

Bride price ritual: bride wears feather and marsupial fur headdress with beetle headband, other women paint her face [frame 46]

 

Mortuary ritual: mourners, some with clay smeared on bodies and faces as sign of mourning [frame 32]

 

Cooks' house with rainwater capture system, view from above [frame 33]

 

Bride price ritual: decorated men and boys dance in front of payment banner [frame 57]

 

Bride price ritual: decorated men and boys dance in front of payment banner [frame 56]

 

Bride price ritual: decorated man with painted face [frame 55]

 

Bride price ritual: woman with oiled skin and face paint, wears feather and marsupial fur headdress, shell valuables [frame 54]

 

Bride price ritual: feeding blood pudding to affinal kin [frame 66]

 

Bride price ritual: feeding blood pudding to affinal kin [frame 67]

 

Bride price ritual: people carry pork and other exchange items, boys carry drums [frame 58]

 

Bride price ritual: people surround payment banner of feather and shell valuables [frame 65]

 

Bride price ritual: feeding blood pudding to bride's kin [frame 70]

 

Bride price ritual: bride with feather and marsupial fur headdress, other women paint her face [frame 45]

 

Bride price ritual: feeding blood pudding to bride's kin, including decorated child (probably a child of the bride and groom) [frame 69]

 

Bride price ritual: feeding blood pudding to bride's kin [frame 68]

 

Bride price ritual: decorated men and boys [frame 42]

 

Bride price ritual: Wando leads group of decorated men with kundu drums [frame 41]

 

Bride price ritual: men and children [frame 44]

 

Bride price ritual: decorated men dance with payment banner of feather and shell valuables [frame 43]

 

Mortuary ritual: women, their faces and bodies smeared with clay as sign or mourning, carry corpse wrapped for burial [frame 09]

 

Mortuary ritual: women, their faces and bodies smeared with clay as sign or mourning, carry corpse wrapped for burial [frame 10]

 

Bride price ritual: man holds large payment banner of feather and shell valuables, marsupial skins [frame 34]

 

Mortuary ritual: women, their faces and bodies smeared with clay as sign or mourning, carry corpse wrapped for burial [frame 08]

 

Roll 18 1962 January

General note

Originals located in AN2/M187/18. All images on this roll have been digitized.

Conditions Governing Access note

Original negatives restricted.
 

Gardening: women clear ground with shovels [frame 17]

 

Gardening: women clear ground with shovels [frame 16]

 

Gardening: women gather in newly-cleared garden plot [frame 15]

 

Church service in Kwiop: Solomon Islander mission workers and children kneel [frame 14]

 

Bride price ritual: payment banner is assembled before the groom's group takes it into the bride's village [frame 21]

 

Nancy Cook giving salt to Kwiop women, who have brought sweet potatoes to exchange [frame 20]

 

Pig festival, stake-planting: man applies spell to stakes to be planted at clan boundaries, along with cordyline stems [frame 01]

 

Nancy Cook distributes salt to men and children [frame 18]

 

Pig festival, stake-planting: cordyline stems and stakes are planted beside a trail near clan boundary [frame 02]

 

Pig festival, stake-planting: bespelled stakes and cordyline beside a trail near clan boundary [frame 03]

 

Pig festival, stake-planting: men and child observe stakes and cordyline stems being planted at clan boundary [frame 04]

 

Courtship: adolescent girls with marsupial fur caps await a courtship event [frame 05]

 

Church service in Kwiop: men and women dance on their way to Anglican church service [frame 07]

 

Church service in Kwiop: men and women dance on their way to Anglican church service [frame 06]

 

Church service in Kwiop: decorated men dance and play kundu drums at church service [frame 09]

 

Church service in Kwiop: decorated men dance beside government rest house where church service will be held [frame 08]

 

Church service in Kwiop: decorated men dance with kundu drums [frame 11]

 

Church service in Kwiop: Solomon Islander Anglican mission workers with crowd of Kwiop people [frame 10]

 

Church service in Kwiop: Solomon Islander mission workers read to Kwiop people, children lined up in front of them [frame 13]

 

Church service in Kwiop: Solomon Islander mission workers read to crowd of Kwiop people [frame 12]

 

Bride price ritual: decorated men with spears charge in mock aggression, followed by others from groom's group who dance into bride's village [frame 30]

 

Bride price ritual: decorated men from the groom's group dance, chant and drum in bride's village [frame 31]

 

Bride price ritual: decorated men from groom's group dance and sing in bride's village, men in center carry spears in mock aggression [frame 32]

 

Bride price ritual: decorated men with spears in mock aggression, lead procession of the groom's group to the bride's village [frame 27]

 

Bride price ritual: man carries payment banner of feather and shell valuables, followed by others from the groom's group [frame 26]

 

Bride price ritual: decorated men from the groom's group dance into the bride's village [frame 29]

 

Bride price ritual: procession of decorated men from the groom's group dance [frame 28]

 

Bride price ritual: decorated men with spears charge in mock aggression, lead groom's group into the bride's village [frame 23]

 

Women with netbags of produce wait for Nancy Cook to give them salt in exchange [frame 19]

 

Bride price ritual: decorated men with spears charge in mock aggression, lead the groom's group into the bride's village [frame 24]

 

Bride price ritual: unmarried adolescent girls from the groom's group [frame 25]

 

Bride price ritual: banner with feather and shell valuables will be given to the bride's kin [frame 22]

 

WRITINGS OF OTHERS

Scope and Content of Series

SERIES 5) WRITINGS OF OTHERS: Reprints of other anthropologist's articles, substantially annotated by Cook. Reprints from Leopold J. Pospisil, George Peter Murdock, William A. Lessa, Robert M. Glasse, Harold Scheffler and A.C. Van der Leeden are included within this series, which spans from 1955-1979. Organized alphabetically.
Box 28, Folder 3

Atkins, John. "Some Immediate Fruits of a Formal Definition on Consanguinity"

Box 28, Folder 4

Barnes, J.A. "Physical and Social Kinship" 1961

Box 28, Folder 5

Barth, Fredrik and Oddny Reitan. "A Preliminary Sketch of the Kinship System of the Baktamin..." 1970

Box 28, Folder 6

Beattie, J.H.M. "Kinship and Social Anthropology" 1964

Box 28, Folder 7

Billings, Dorothy K. "Cults and Unstructured Cultures" 1973

Box 28, Folder 8

Boutilier, Jim. "The Suppression of Head-Hunting in the Western Solomon Islands" 1973

Box 28, Folder 9

Boyd, David J. "Agricultural Flexibility and Production Intensification: Changing Behavioral Strategies among the Ilakia Awa"

Box 28, Folder 10

Brady, Ivan. "The Structural Nexus of Kinship: Mud and Blood Reexamined" 1975

 

Bromley, H. Myron

Box 28, Folder 11

"The Even and the Odd: Basic Economic Concepts of the Grand Valley Dani of Irian Barat"

Box 28, Folder 12

"A Formal Analysis of the Mountain Arapesh Kinship Terminology" 1955

Box 28, Folder 13

"The Lower Grand Valley Dani and Their Cultural Neighbors in Irian (New Guinea)" 1965

Box 28, Folder 14

Brown, Paula. "Non-Agnates Among the Patrilineal Chimbu"

Box 28, Folder 15

Burke, Sharon. "The Bavales Moral Ideology Test and its Reflection of a Society" 1967

Box 28, Folder 16

Burns, Tom, Matthew Cooper, and Bradford Wild. "Social Power and Social Structure in Comparative Perspective" 1971

Box 28, Folder 17

Chapman, Murray. "Population Research in the Pacific Islands: A Case Study and Some Reflections" 1967

 

Clarke, Robert E

Box 28, Folder 18

"Colonial Politics at Independence: Pluralism, Interest Articulation, and the Political Process in Fiji" 1972

Box 28, Folder 19

"Some Thoughts on the Study in Political Culture in Oceanic States" 1973

Box 28, Folder 20

Clarke, William and Eugene Ogan. "Assumptions and Alternatives: A Look at Recent Research by Social Scientists in Papua New Guinea"

Box 28, Folder 21

Cooper, Matthew. "Langalanga Ethics" 1969

Box 28, Folder 22

Dark, Philip J.C. "A Report to Southern Illinois University on a Survey Mission to West Irian" 1970

Box 28, Folder 23

Davenport, William. "Nonunilinear Descent and Descent Groups" 1959

Box 28, Folder 24

Dow, D.B. and F.E. Dekker. "The Geology of the Bismarck Mountains, New Guinea" 1963 - 1984

Box 28, Folder 25

Ecklend, D.L. "Die Gende" 1965 - 1968

Box 28, Folder 26

Ernst, Thomas M. "Stealing Another Man's Wife Among the Onabasulu of the Great Papuan Plateau" 1972

Box 28, Folder 27

Eyde, David B. "Kinship and Space in the Admiralty Islands" 1968

Box 28, Folder 28

Faechem, Richard B. "Pigs, People and Pollution: Interactions Between Man and Environment in the Highlands of New Guinea" 1974

 

Flanagan, James G

Box 29, Folder 1

"Familistic and Contractual Models of Social Organization in the New Guinea Highlands" 1977

Box 29, Folder 2

"Sibling and Partnership: Hierarchy and Equality in an 'Egalitarian' Society" 1982

 

Gellner, Ernest

Box 29, Folder 3

"Concepts and Society" 1962

Box 29, Folder 4

"The Concept of Kinship" 1960

Box 29, Folder 5

"Ideal Language and Kinship Structure" 1957

Box 29, Folder 6

"Nature and Society in Social Anthropology" 1963

Box 29, Folder 7

"Time and Theory in Social Anthropology" 1958

Box 29, Folder 8

Glasse, Robert E. "Revenge and Redress among the Huli: A Preliminary Account" 1959

Box 29, Folder 9

Gordon, Robert. "Rituals of Governance and the 'Breakdown of Law and Order' in Papua New Guinea" 1980

 

Hays, Terence E

Box 29, Folder 10

"Guesstimating Age: Comparative Observations of Age Estimations in a Highland Population" 1982

Box 29, Folder 11

"Initiation as Experience: The Cultural Management of Emotions in Ndumba" 1983

Box 29, Folder 12

"Looking for Culture amidst Diversity: Old Assumptions and New Ethnography" 1980

Box 29, Folder 13

"Ndumba Folk Biology and General Principles of Ethnobiological Classification..." 1982

Box 29, Folder 14

"Ndumba Male Initiation Ceremonies" 1979

Box 29, Folder 15

"Portnoy's Constraint: The Distribution of Botanical Knowledge in a New Guinea Highlands Community" 1972

 

Healey, Christopher J

Box 29, Folder 16

"Kyaka Zoology"

Box 29, Folder 17

"Report on Research in the Middle and Upper Jimi Valley" 1972

Box 29, Folder 18

Himes, Ronald S. "Formal Semantic Analysis of the Banaro Kinship Terminology" 1965

 

Huber, Peter B

Box 29, Folder 19

"Anggar Pigs: A Problem in Symbolic Analysis" 1975

Box 29, Folder 20

"Strife: 'Meta-Professional' Events in an Anggar Village" 1975

Box 29, Folder 21

Johnson, Shelly. "Kinship and Big Men"

Box 29, Folder 22

Keesing, Roger M. "Descent Groups as Primary Segments: Some Kwaio Evidence" 1968

Box 29, Folder 23

Kimball, Linda Amy. "New Guinea Ho: Of Axes and Men" 1968

 

Langness, L.L

Box 29, Folder 24

"Courtship, Marriage and Divorce: Bena Bena"

Box 29, Folder 25

"Highlands New Guinea Social Structure: A Recapitulation" 1964

Box 29, Folder 26

Laughlin, Stanley K. and Robert C. Berry. "The Working Level of Law: An Ethnolegal Study..." 1977

Box 29, Folder 27

Lauglas, Charles. "The Meaning of Foi Kinship Terms" 1970

Box 29, Folder 28

Lessa, William A. "Oedipus-Type Tales in Oceania" 1956

Box 29, Folder 29

Lindenbaum, Shirley and Robert Glasse. "South Fore Kinship" 1971

Box 30, Folder 1

Lingenfelter, Sherwood. "The Process of Elite Formation in a Changing Micronesian Society" 1973

Box 30, Folder 2

Lord, Anthony S. "On the Analysis of the Telefomin Kinship Term System" 1965 - 1966

Box 30, Folder 3

Lundsgaarde, Henry P. "Transactions in Law and Justice: An Analysis of Native Courts in Gilbertese Culture" 1973

Box 30, Folder 4

Lynch, Frank and Ronald S. Himes "Cognative Mapping in the Lowland Phillipines: A Preliminary Report" 1966 - 1967

Box 30, Folder 5

Meller, Norman. "The Pacific Legislature -- Spearhead for Political Change" 1973

Box 30, Folder 6

Minogue, J.P. "The Law of Evidence in the Territory of Papua and New Guinea" 1966

Box 30, Folder 7

Modjeska, C.N. "Duna Kinship Terminology: An Atrophied Iroquois System"' 1971

Box 30, Folder 8

Mossman, Joan. "Mewun Women: A Study of Reputation Management in Southwest Malekula, New Hebrides" 1975

Box 30, Folder 9

Murdock, George Peter. "North American Social Organizations" 1955

Box 30, Folder 10

Native Administration Ordinance and Regulations 1960

Box 30, Folder 11

Needham, Rodney. "Descent Systems and Ideal Language" 1960

 

Nelson, H.E

Box 30, Folder 12

"Bridewealth, Anatomical Perceptions, and the Personality of Young Girls in Kaimbi (New Guinea Highlands)" 1969

Box 30, Folder 13

"Dakota Kin Terminology and the Status of Non-Agnate 'Siblings' in Kaimba (Nebilyer Valley)" 1971 - 1972

 

O'Brien, Denise

Box 30, Folder 14

"Pioneers vs. Traditionalists: Patterns in Danbi Acculturation" 1973

Box 30, Folder 15

"Prudes or Lechers? Male-Female Relationships in the West New Guinea Highlands" 1968

 

Ogan, Eugene

Box 30, Folder 16

"Cargoism and Politics in Bougainville" 1973

Box 30, Folder 17

"Dependence, Inferiority, Autonomy: A Bougainville Case Study in Colonialism" 1973

Box 30, Folder 18

"Participant Observation and Participant History: A Bougainville Example" 1982

Box 30, Folder 19

Pflanz-Cook, Susan M. "A Preliminary Working Bibliography of Cultural Ecology in Oceania" 1970

Box 30, Folder 20

Poole, Fitz John Porter. "Waneng Aiyem: 'Sacred' and 'Polluting' Dimensions of Female Identity in Bimin-Kuskusmin Society" 1975

Box 30, Folder 21

Pospisil, Leopold. "The Kapauku Papuans and Their Kinship Organization"

General note

Also includes "The Nature of Law" and "Social Change and Primitive Law: Consequences of a Papuan Legal Case".
Box 31, Folder 1

Pouwer, J. "Loosely Structured Societies in Netherlands New Guinea"

General note

Also includes "New Guinea as a Field for Ethnological Study: A Preliminary Study," "Social Structure in the Western Interior of Armi (Northern Netherlands of New Guinea): A Response in Response", and notes.
 

Rew, Alan

Box 31, Folder 2

"The Regional Town: A View from the City" 1972

Box 31, Folder 3

"The Web of Relationships in Port Moresby Colonial Society: A Situational Analysis of Pluralism and Stratification" 1973

Box 31, Folder 4

Riordan, R.V. "Lapita as a Non-Correlant with Pacific Settlement" 1970

 

Ross, Harold M

Box 31, Folder 5

"Areal: Integration and Barter Markets in Malaita, Solomon Islands"

Box 31, Folder 6

"Interaction Assumptions in Baegu (Malaita) Kin Terms" 1968

Box 31, Folder 7

"Tropical Farming Ecology and Diet: A Melanesian Example"

Box 31, Folder 8

Rubel, Paula G. and Abraham Rosman. "Yams for Exchange Partners, Pigs for the Ancestors" 1976

Box 31, Folder 9

Ryan, D'Arcy. "Clan Formation in the Mendi Valley" 1959

 

Salisbury, R.F

Box 31, Folder 10

"Asymmetrical Marriage Systems" 1956

Box 31, Folder 11

"Expatriate Administrative Towns -- Enclaves or Catalysts? The Case of Rabaul and Port Moresby" 1970

Box 31, Folder 12

"Incipient Tribalism among the Siane"

 

Scheffler