Mafulu



ETHNONYMS: Fuyuge, Fuyughé, Goilala, Mambule

See also Mekeo , Tauade

Bibliography

Dupeyrat, A. (1954). Savage Papua: A Missionary among Cannibals. Translated by E. and D. de Mauny. New York: E. P. Dutton.

Dupeyrat, A. (1956). Festive Papua. Translated by E. de Mauny. London: Staples Press.

Dutton, T. (1973). A Checklist of Languages and Present-Day Villages of Central and South-East Mainland Papua. Pacific Linguistics, Series B, no. 24, Canberra: Australian National University.

Haddon, A. C. (1946). "Smoking and Tobacco Pipes in New Guinea." Royal Society of London Philosophical Transactions, Series B, no. 232, pp. 1-278. London.

Hallpike, C. (1977). Bloodshed and Vengeance in the Papuan Mountains: The Generation of Conflict in Tauade Society. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Williamson, R. W. (1912). The Mafulu: Mountain People of British New Guinea. London: Macmillan.

WILLIAM H. MCKELLIN

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