Pacific and Regional Archive for Digital Sources in Endangered Cultures

Calvin Roesler, Guide to Records

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Calvin Roesler and his wife Ruth spent 43 years (1955-1998) as missionaries in Papua, formerly Irian Jaya, Indonesia. Their work was among the Asmat people in the swamps of the south coast. Linguistic work of devising a spelling system and translation of Scripture was carried out. The Calvin Roesler collection consists of one box of notes and transcripts which have been archived.

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Published by the Pacific and Regional Archive for Digital Sources in Endangered Cultures,
Listed by Paradisec and Austehc
HTML edition Nicholas Thieberger
Updated 28 August 2007 . . /roes.htm

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