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Version 1.5 (20 Aug 2004).
Annotated Bibliography of post-1990 Bibliographies on Indonesia
Location codes used in this record:
CHIFLEY = Chifley Library, The Australian National University (ANU)
HANCOCK = Hancock Library, ANU
LAW = Law Library, ANU
MENZIES = Menzies Library, ANU
NARU = North Australia Research Unit Library, ANU
NITA MUSIC = School of Music Library, ANU
NLA = National Library of Australia.
Author: Ballard, Chris, et al
Title: An annotated bibliography for the Amungme people. 42p.
Coverage: On the Amungme people of Irian Jaya (Papua). Also covers the Damal-speaking people of which the Amungme are a part. This work is a supplement to a wider bibliography on mining in Irian Jaya, compiled by Ballard in 1997. Attempts to include works on the Amungme outside the context of their relationship with PT Freeport Indonesia. Includes reports, articles, books and manuscripts.
No. of items: About 320
Structure: Arranged alphabetically by author or title. Includes English, Dutch and Indonesian entries. Annotated. As complete references as possible. "Still in draft form". On going.
Evaluation: Valuable collation of material on this specific tribe.
Location: www.papuaweb.org/bib/abib/amungme.pdf (PDF document, 135KB) The online document in question was not preserved by the Internet Archive (www.archive.org) at the time of final proofreading of this bibliography (March 2004). www.papuaweb.org/bib/abib/amungme.rtf (RTF document, 216KB) The online document in question was not preserved by the Internet Archive (www.archive.org) at the time of final proofreading of this bibliography (March 2004).
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