Series SIMARO - Solomon Islands - New Georgia Island - Central North Coast

Date Rangeno date
Quantity0.03 cm, 1 item
ProvenanceCapell, Arthur

This series contains material from the central north coast of New Georgia Island, concentrating on the Marova language. It includes a typed comparative vocabulary list of Marova words used to describe relationships in Capellís typing style.

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-SIMARO101 Marova relationships.
Marova, Solomon Islands - New Georgia, central north coast.
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Typescript with annotations. By Capell (his typing style).

Creator Capell, Arthur
Control AC2-SIMARO101
Date range no date    Quantity 0.03 cm, 1 folio
Inventory Identifier IMARO101 Series SIMARO
AC2-SIMARO102 Marovo revised Melanesian wordlist and texts
Vangunu and Nggatokae Islands, New Georgia, Solomon Islands
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10 page typed and written manuscript.

Revised Melanesian Wordlst. Spoken on part of Vangunu and all of Nggatokae Islands, New Georgia. Informant: Nathan Lee. Language is Marovo. Phrases, vocabulary. Translations of folk tale and Biblical text. Set up: English - Melanesian - Marovo.

Creator Capell, Arthur
Control AC2-SIMARO102
Date range 1963
Formats Loose Notes
Inventory Identifier IMARO102 Series SIMARO

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