Series SIKUSA - Soloman Islands - Northeast New Georgia Island

Date Range1963
Quantity0.1 cm, 1 item
ProvenanceCapell, Arthur

This series contains material from north-east New Georgia Island, concentrating on the Kusage language. It includes vocabulary, phrase and sentence lists.

New Georgia (Vella Lavella) Island is one of the larger islands of the western Solomon Islands. About 45 miles long, it forms part of the southern boundary of the New Georgia Sound; Kolombangara lies across the Kula Gulf to the west, Vangunu is to the east, and Rendova to the south, across the Blanche Channel.

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AC2-SIKUSA101 Kusaghe Revised Melanesian wordlist
Northeast New Georgia Island, Solomon Islands
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6 page typed and written manuscript.

Revised Melanesian Wordlist- Kusage. Informant: Elijah Kama. Set up: English - Melanesian - Kusaghe. Vocabulary, phrases, sentences. Inerlinear glosses of texts are missing

Creator Capell, Arthur
Control AC2-SIKUSA101
Date range 1963    Quantity 0.1 cm,
Formats Loose Notes
Inventory Identifier SIKUSA101 Series SIKUSA

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