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Central Asmat (Manowee, Jas, Yas) (Indonesia)

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Ruth Roesler (Aggregated by)
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Materials deposited by Ruth H. Roesler and The Evangelical Alliance Museum created by Calvin Roesler. Their work was among the Asmat people in the swamps of the south coast. Linguistic work of devising a spelling system and translation of Scripture was carried out as was recording of anthropological data. It includes folktales, origins, customs, songs, daily life and linguistic analysis. Items 001 to 054 are audio recordings and all following items are notes, most of which are transcripts of audio.

Created: 14 03 2004

Data time period: 31 05 1958 to 31 10 2011

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140.535,-6.143 140.535,-7.865 137.595,-7.865 137.595,-6.143 140.535,-6.143

139.065,-7.004

text: Indonesia

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