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An Ethnographical Expedition to British New Guinea

Nature volume 68, page 256 (16 July 1903) | Download Citation



THERE are few areas of equal extent that present so many interesting sociological and cultural problems as British New Guinea. It is necessary these should be studied on the spot, and that, too, with as little delay as possible, for, even there, the remorseless activity of the white man is rapidly making itself felt.

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