Series NSBURU - North Solomons (Bougainville) Province - Bougainville Island - Central Coast - Arawa Bay
Uruava (Austronesian language)

Date Rangec. 1963 - c. 1964
Quantity0.11 cm, 2 items
ProvenanceCapell, Arthur

This series contains material from Arawa Bay (on the central coast of Bougainville Island). It includes a standard survey vocabulary list (English - Uruaba), as well as handwritten grammatical and lexical notes by Capell on the Uruava and Torau languages.

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. Buka, Bougainville, and most of the Solomons are part of the Solomon Islands rain forests ecoregion.

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AC2-NSBURU101 Survey word list (standard) Bougainville Survey Extra. Uruaba (Arawa).
Uruava (Austronesian language), Arawa Bay, Central Coast, Bougainville I., North Solomons/Bougainville.
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Typescript. Collected at Kieta by Sa'bors, English-Uruava. Words, phrases and sentences. Incomplete list.

Creator Capell, Arthur
Control AC2-NSBURU101
Date range ca 1963    Quantity 0.02 cm, 1 folio
Inventory Identifier SBURU101 Series NSBURU
AC2-NSBURU102 Grammatical and lexical notes on the S. East Bougainville Papuan languages Uruava and Torau.
Uruava (Austronesian language), Arawa Bay, Central Coast, Bougainville I., North Solomons/Bougainville.
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Manuscript. Derived from J. Rausch, Die Sprache von Südost-Bougainville, Deutsche Salomoninseln. Anthropos 7: 1912. Compiled by Capell, in his hand.

Creator Capell, Arthur
Control AC2-NSBURU102
Date range ca 1964    Quantity 0.09 cm, 1 folio
Inventory Identifier SBURU102 Series NSBURU

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