This is a higher level grouping of all series whose content includes specific linguistic materials relating to languages from Bougainville Province of Papua New Guinea (including the North Solomons). The areas covered include Bougainville Island, Buka Island, Arawa Bay, the Buin District, Vito, Green Island, Taiof, Teop Island, Teperoi, the Torokina River and its surrounds, Amun, West Baku Island, and other islands off Bougainville. The series includes materials such as comparative vocabulary lists, grammatical notes, texts in local languages, typed papers on local languages, and correspondence.
Solomon Islands is a nation in the South Pacific Ocean, east of Papua New Guinea and is part of the Commonwealth of Nations. It consists of more than 990 islands, which together cover a land mass of 28,000 square kilometres.
For more information: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Solomon_Islands
Bougainville is the largest of the Solomon Islands and a province of Papua New Guinea. Bougainville and the adjacent island of Buka are sometimes called the North Solomons, and are ecologically and geographically, although not politically, considered part of the Solomon Islands.
For more information: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bougainville