Series VWCV - Vanuatu - Malekula Island West Coast - Espiegle Bay - South West Bay
West Coast Languages, Malua-Alau-Lambumbu (Vinmavis)-Bugeor, Mewun, Sinesip-Milep-Toman


Date RangeJuly 1983
Quantity0.03 cm, 2 items
ProvenanceCapell, Arthur
Description

Malakula Island is located at 16.30 S and 167.50 E in the Pacific Ocean region of Melanesia. Is second largest island of the archipelago of the New Hebrides and is a constituent part of the nation of Vanuatu.

For more information: External site http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Malakula

An alternate spelling of Malekula Island is Malakula Island.

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AC2-VWCV101 Numerals on[?] of West Coast of Malekula, New Hebrides.
West Coast Languages, Malua-Alau-Lambumbu (Vinmavis)-Bugeor, Mewun, Sinesip-Milep-Toman, Vanuatu - Malekula West Coast - Espiegle Bay - S.W. Bay
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Manuscript. Espiegle Bay-Alau-Lambumbu-Bugeor-North side; South West Bay-South side; South West Bay, Milep-Toman or Ur So? Collected by Revs. T. Watt Leggatt, J. Gillan, J.F. Paton.

Creator Capell, Arthur
Control AC2-VWCV101
Date range July 1893    Quantity 0.01 cm, 1 folio
Inventory Identifier VWCV101 Series VWCV
AC2-VWCV102 Partial comparative word list of adjacent languages Kuliviu (Maskeleyne Is.), Sinesip and Mewun.
West Coast Languages, Malua-Alau-Lambumbu (Vinmavis)-Bugeor, Mewun, Sinesip-Milep-Toman, Vanuatu - Malekula West Coast - Espiegle Bay - S.W. Bay
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Manuscript. In Capell's hand.

Creator Capell, Arthur
Control AC2-VWCV102
Date range no date    Quantity 0.02 cm, 1 folio
Inventory Identifier VWCV102 Series VWCV

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