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Baruya diapositives 69_jab_god_1 / HJ leads the team coming up a steep path through kunai grass next to very large ditch dug by all Wiaveu men as a deterent for pigs to come too close to village. (But then the pigs weren't growing up strongly and so they let this fall into disuse.)
To the left of the large tree is a large sweet potato garden on Wiavey people. On the right of the tree - in fact on the other side of the Yayagac River, is the new fence of a new pulpul-taro garden belonging to Yani people. It is irrigated from water taken from the Yayagac in small ditches. The Anagiri ridge and Kwankeucheureu are visible in background, the all the primary Forest of the Ipmani. /  /  Papua New Guinea/ Papouasie-Nouvelle-Guinée
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Object(s) ID 326929
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Title/DescriptionHJ leads the team coming up a steep path through kunai grass next to very large ditch dug by all Wiaveu men as a deterent for pigs to come too close to village. (But then the pigs weren't growing up strongly and so they let this fall into disuse.) To the left of the large tree is a large sweet potato garden on Wiavey people. On the right of the tree - in fact on the other side of the Yayagac River, is the new fence of a new pulpul-taro garden belonging to Yani people. It is irrigated from water taken from the Yayagac in small ditches. The Anagiri ridge and Kwankeucheureu are visible in background, the all the primary Forest of the Ipmani.
Year/Period1969
Location Papua New Guinea/ Papouasie-Nouvelle-Guinée
Coordinateslat -9.45 / long 147.2
Language(s)English
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Quote this document 1969 [accessed: 2024/6/13]. "HJ leads the team coming up a steep path through kunai grass next to very large ditch dug by all Wiaveu men as a deterent for pigs to come too close to village. (But then the pigs weren't growing up strongly and so they let this fall into disuse.) To the left of the large tree is a large sweet potato garden on Wiavey people. On the right of the tree - in fact on the other side of the Yayagac River, is the new fence of a new pulpul-taro garden belonging to Yani people. It is irrigated from water taken from the Yayagac in small ditches. The Anagiri ridge and Kwankeucheureu are visible in background, the all the primary Forest of the Ipmani." (Object Id: 326929). In Baruya diapositives 69_jab_god_1. ODSAS: https://www.odsas.net/object/326929.
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