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Mbu Porgi. Grassroots Research Bulletin. 1991; 1(1): 14-21.

Note: [Kire (Giri)].

29. Pakek, N. Wooden Plates of Madang. Oral History. 1976; 4(2): 85-88.

Note: [Madang].

30. Pakini, Pundali. An Old Woman and Her Child. Oral History. 1973; 1(2): 31.

Note: [unidentified].

31. Palili, P. Coiling Pottery in Mambuk Village. Oral History. 1974; 2(8): 17-18.

Note: [Mambuk Yangoru Boiken].

32. Palmer, Bill; Geraghty, Paul, Editors. SICOL: Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Oceanic Linguistics: Vol. 2. Historical and Descriptive Studies. Canberra: Australian National University, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, Pacific Linguistics; 2000. ix, 408 pp. (Pacific Linguistics; v. 505).

33. Palmer, Bruce; Dean, Beth. South Pacific: Pacific Islands Art and Dance. Suva: Fiji Times & Herald Limited; 1972. 103 pp.

Note: [Malol, Ambunti, Banz, Dimiri, Aibom, Mekeo, Asaro, Hagen, Aitape, Maui vill Torricelli Mts, Rigo, Seleo, Nuku, Telefomin].

34. Pamba, Kevin. Good Old Taim Blong Masta in Madang. In: Inder, Stuart, Editor. Tales of New Guinea. Roseville, N.S.W.: Retired Officers' Association of Papua New Guinea Inc.; 2001: 13- 15.

Note: [visit 2001: Bilbil].

35. Pannekoek, A. J. Ontdekkingen in het centrale gebergte van Australisch Nieuw-Guinea. Tijdschrift van het Koninklijk Nederlandsch Aardrijkskundig Genootschap. 1939; 56: 371-377.

Note: [from lit: PNG].

36. Panoff, Michel. Calendars. In: Ryan, Peter, General Editor. Encyclopaedia of Papua and New Guinea. Carlton, Vic.: Melbourne University Press in association with the University of Papua New Guinea; 1972: 130.

Note: [general PNG].

37. Pans, A. E. M. J. De Arfakkers: Een volk in beweging. Reprinted in: Miedema, H.; Stokhof, W. A. L., Compilers and Editors. Bird's Head Studies from the 1950s-1960s. Leiden- Jakarta: DSALCUL/IRIS [Department of Languages and Cultures of South-East Asia and Oceania/Irian Jaya Studies Project]; 1999: 142-225. (Irian Jaya Source Materials; Series B; v. 17; 8).

Note: [admin 1960: Arfak].

38. Panti, Andrew Pae. Initiation or Monigafoi. Grassroots Research Bulletin. 1991; 1(1): 3-8.

Note: [Kire (Giri)].

39. Papa, Clement. Holy Spirit Movement among the Melpa. Catalyst. 1995; 25: 45-59.

Note: [mission: Kuruk Melpa].

40. Papa, Clement. Provincial Elections, 1994: Towards a Pastoral Understanding of Tribal Politics in Melpa. Catalyst. 1998; 28: 52-66.

Note: [mission: Anglimp Melpa].

41. Papa, Clement. The Sacrament of Reconciliation in Melpa. Catalyst. 1996; 26: 46-54.

Note: [mission: Melpa].

42. Papenhagen, Ronald; Papenhagen, Doris Jane. A Sociolinguistic Survey of Namie. In: Loving, Richard, Editor. Sociolinguistic Surveys of Sepik Languages. Ukarumpa: Summer Institute of Linguistics; 1981: 163-176. (Workpapers in Papua New Guinea Languages; v. 29).

Note: [SIL survey 1980: Namie].

43. Papua. Description of the Mapena, Magena, and Maiwa Tribes, N.E.D. In: Commonwealth of Australia, Parliament. Papua: Annual Report for the Year 1921-22. Melbourne: Government Printer; 1923: Appendix IV, pp. 154-155.

Note: [admin: Mapena (Gwoira), Magena, Maiwa].

44. Papua. Description of the Agaiambo People, between the Musa and the Bariji Rivers. In: Commonwealth of Australia, Parliament. Papua: Annual Report for the Year 1921-22. Melbourne: Government Printer; 1923: Appendix VI, p. 156.

Note: [admin: Agaiambo].

45. Papua. Index to Vocabularies Published from 1889 to 1917. In: Commonwealth of Australia. Papua: Annual Report for the Year 1918-19. Melbourne: Government Printer; 1920: 100-106.

Note: [numerous Papua].

46. Papua. List of Kukukuku Words Obtained by Patrol Officer Chisholm. In: Commonwealth of Australia, Parliament. Papua: Annual Report for the Year 1913-14. Melbourne: Government Printer; 1914: Appendix III (h), p. 195.

Note: [Hamtai].

47. Papua. Papua: Annual Report for the Year 1915-16. Melbourne: Government Printer; 1917. 38 pp. + 4 pp. Photographs.

Note: [Papua].

48. Papua. Short Comparative Vocabulary of the Karukaru Language (Mt. Scratchley), as Compiled at Beda in 1914 and at Neneba in 1896, vide Annual Report, p. 15, Showing Its Relationship to Biagi Language. In: Commonwealth of Australia. Papua: Annual Report for the Year 1914-15. Melbourne: Government Printer; 1916: Appendix V(b), p. 189.

Note: [Biagi, Beda, Neneba].

49. Papua. Vocabulary of Udama People, Living on the Foothills of the Main Range, near Mt. Simpson, Inland from Port Glasgow. In: Commonwealth of Australia, Parliament. Papua: Annual Report for the Year 1912-13. Melbourne: Government Printer; 1913: Appendix "D," p. 171.

Note: [Udama Daga].

50. Papua. Vocabulary of People Living in the Pudi and Manasia Districts, on Mountains at the Back of Boianai, N.E.C., E.D. In: Commonwealth of Australia, Parliament. Papua: Annual Report for the Year 1912-13. Melbourne: Government Printer; 1913: Appendix "D," p. 171.

Note: [Wadewinda Sona].

51. Papua. A Vocabulary of the Dimuga Language. In: Commonwealth of Australia, Parliament. Papua: Annual Report for the Year 1913- 14. Melbourne: Government Printer; 1914: Appendix III (a), pp. 182-183.

Note: [Udama vill Dimuga].

52. Papua. Vocabularies of Languages Spoken by the People of the Gwoiru Mountains, and the Kanamara People on the Main Range, Inland from Paiwa, Goodenough Bay, N.E.D. In: Commonwealth of Australia, Parliament. Papua: Annual Report for the Year 1913-14. Melbourne: Government Printer; 1914: Appendix III (b), p. 184.

Note: [Gwoiru, Kanamara Gwedena].

53. Papua. Vocabulary -- Goilala Language, Mount Albert Edward District, Mambare Division. In: Commonwealth of Australia, Parliament. Papua: Annual Report for the Year 1913-14. Melbourne: Government Printer; 1914: Appendix III (c), pp. 184-185.

Note: [Goilala Tauade].

54. Papua. Vocabulary of the Language Spoken by the Kwatewa Tribe, between the Gwoira Range and Lakwa, Collingwood Bay, North-Eastern Division. In: Commonwealth of Australia, Parliament. Papua: Annual Report for the Year 1913-14. Melbourne: Government Printer; 1914: Appendix III (d), pp. 185-187.

Note: [Kwatewa Maiwa].

55. Papua. Vocabularies. In: Commonwealth of Australia. Papua: Annual Report for the Year 1914-15. Melbourne: Government Printer; 1916: Appendix IV, pp. 167-187.

Note: [Jauwa (Dobodura), Hunjara, Aiga, Yega, Tain-Daware, Jegasa-Sarau, Karukaru (Beda, Galina), Onjob, Maisin, Oyan (Orerisan), Ubir, Kororo (Boida), Minjori (Wena), Suambe (Numba), Ondoro (Kwini), Bwaioa, Lisilusa (Laughlan Is), Barai, Kuepa, Williams R, Haira (Mikiaravi), Urama, Goaribari, Namau, Urama, Turama (Owera), Era R, Tanjuamu (Gorigol), Dibiri (Buniki), Ngamai-iki (Tupadidi), Mbayaka (Jindabira), Nenium (Wakamare)].

56. Papua. Vocabularies. In: Commonwealth of Australia. Papua: Annual Report for the Year 1917-18. Melbourne: Government Printer; 1919: Appendix E, pp. 85-99.

Note: [Kambesi, Kandalana, Toweda, Sirima, Akari, Aiga, Tevi (Gwoira), Moikoidi (Doriri), Gawam Kwai-watta (Marshall Group), Merani, Lau-una, Morawa, Magori, Dimuga, Orai-i-u, Kotoi, Kovio (Kwoifa, Kerepi, Karuama, Lopiko), Goilala, Madinava, Mai-hea-ri, Kibiri, Karami, Iwainu, Kerewa, lake Murray, Marind-anim, Agob, Togo Gijara].

57. Papua. Vocabularies. In: Commonwealth of Australia. Papua: Annual Report for the Year 1918-19. Melbourne: Government Printer; 1920: Appendix D, pp. 106-117.

Note: [Sidema Giumu, Tewara Boli, Tutuloborobo Mia-i-topa, Doriaidi, Neme-a, Karo, Dom, Neme, Nigubaiba, Iawarere, Deduri, Seramina, Iari, Pitoni, Kagi, Seregina, Dubi, Ambo (Apekoma), Sivu Fujuge (Mafulu), A-sha-vi (Arabi) Kukukuku, Havoro Huaruha].

58. Papua. Vocabularies. In: Commonwealth of Australia, Parliament. Papua: Annual Report for the Year 1919-20. Melbourne: Government Printer; 1920: Appendix VI, pp. 119-125.

Note: [Kibeni Karima, Uari Sagi Bara, Korariperamesina (Pepera), Eme-eme, Gaganaru Karigari, Nausaku, Ubaroniara and Bogabwi Tapapi, Hibaradai, Mawadai, Eriga, Kaibenapi, Genapi, Wagumi, Bobnapi, Wariadai, Sarau Hiwi, Gujiguji and Dumbasisi Dibolug, Tobilawa and Kopu Warubi, Uo-ho Aurama, Wiau Ibukairi, Ivara Kairu-kaura].

59. Papua. Vocabularies. In: Commonwealth of Australia, Parliament. Papua: Annual Report for the Year 1920-21. Melbourne: Government Printer; 1922: Appendix V, pp. 132-133.

Note: [Muiu, Pem Damwapa].

60. Papua. Vocabularies. In: Commonwealth of Australia, Parliament. Papua: Annual Report for the Year 1921-22. Melbourne: Government Printer; 1923: Appendix IX, pp. 159-166.

Note: [Marapka, Ort Ambip, Amnat, Kandam Upper Mu-iu, Anu Lower Mu-iu, Lake Murray, Village "X," Village "Y," Village "Z," Tugi tribe Samberigi V, Samberigi (Okani), Foraba, Ro, Keai, Worugi, Asanu vill Barika].

61. Papua and New Guinea Museum. Catalogue of Artifacts in the Papua and New Guinea Museum, with Details of Data Required for Specimens Collected in the Future. Port Moresby: GFovernment Printer; 1965. 18 pp. (Papua and New Guinea Museum Leaflet, Publications; v. 2).

Note: [general PNG].

62. Papua and New Guinea Medical Journal. Editorial: Kuru. Papua and New Guinea Medical Journal. 1959; 3: 25-27.

Note: [kuru, Fore].

63. Papua and New Guinea Department of Public Health, Malaria Branch. Malaria. In: Ward, R. Gerard; Lea, David A. M., Editors. An Atlas of Papua and New Guinea. Port Moresby and Glasgow: University of Papua and New Guinea and Collins-Longman; 1970: 28. Note: [general PNG].

64. Papua and New Guinea, Public Relations Office. Overland Patrol of the Tari-Strickland Gorge Region. South Pacific. 1954; 7(12): 909-915.

Note: [admin (Clancy) explor: Tari, Duna, Bauwa Hogai, Koi'iangi, Strickland Gorge].

65. Papua New Guinea Public Museum and Art Gallery. Guide to the Collection. Port Moresby: Papua New Guinea Public Museum and Art Gallery; 1974. xxiv, [i], 53 pp.

Note: [numerous PNG].

66. Papua New Guinea, Department of Education. Community Development in the Purari Delta. South Pacific. 1951; 5: 208-215.

Note: [Purari Delta].

67. Papuan Missionaries of the Unevangelized Fields Mission. Papuan Triumphs. Bala-Cynwyd, PA: Unevangelized Fields Mission; n.d. [1953]. 123 pp. + Plates.

68. Parang, C. Morobe Province. Oral History. 1977; 5(5): 75.

Note: [Morobe Province].

69. Parau, Leo A. Banana and Coconut. The Papuan Villager. 1931; 3(10): 78-79.

Note: [Kairuku].

70. Parau, Leo Aitsi. Story of Cassowary -- How It Came to Have Short Wings. The Papuan Villager. 1929; 1(11): 7.

Note: [Kairuku].

71. Parau, Leo Aitsi. Story of Iguana How He Came to Have Double Tongue. The Papuan Villager. 1929; 1(4): 7.

Note: [Kairuku].

72. Parau, Leo A. Story of Crocodiles. The Papuan Villager. 1932; 4(1): 7-8.

Note: [Kairuku].

73. Parau, Leo Aitsi. The Story of Fire and How It Started. The Papuan Villager. 1934; 6(6): 48.

Note: [Kairuku].

74. Parau, Leo Aitsi. The Story of the Coconut. The Papuan Villager. 1934; 6(4): 30-31.

Note: [Kairuku].

75. Parau, Leo Aitsi. The Story of Baua (Owl). The Papuan Villager. 1935; 7(5): 37-39.

Note: [Mekeo].

76. Parau, Leo Aitsi. The Story of Baua. The Papuan Villager. 1936; 8(2): 13-16.

Note: [Mekeo].

77. Parau, Leo Aisi; Davis, Michael M. War Comes to Yule Island. Journal of the Papua and New Guinea Society. 1972; 6(1): 31-37.

Note: [Yule I].

78. Pardini, Edoardo. Le popolazioni. In: Centro Mostre di Firenze. Oceania Nera: Arte, cultura e popoli della Melanesia nelle callezioni del Museo di Antrpologia e Etnologia di Firenze: Firenze, Sala d'Arme di Palazzo Vecchio 30 aprile - 9 agosto 1992. Firenze: Cantini & C.; 1992: 11-16.

Note: [from lit: general NG].

79. Pardy, Rob; Parsons, Mike; Siemon, Don; Wigglesworth, Ann. Purari Overpowering PNG? Fitzroy, Vic.: International Development Action for Purari Action Group; 1978. [viii], 221 pp.

Note: [Purari R, Wabo].

80. Parker, F. A Cave near Kagul, Chimbu District. Niugini Caver. 1973; 1(4): 109-110.

Note: [Kundiawa area].

81. Parker, F. Caves of the Singga Valley, Chimbu District. Niugini Caver. 1973; 1(4): 103-106.

Note: [Singga V Chimbu].

82. Parker, F. Caves of the Wahgi Gorge near Kundiawa, Chimbu District. Niugini Caver. 1973; 1(4): 106-108.

Note: [Kundiawa area].

83. Parker, F. Report of Some Caves in the Yagaria Division, Lufa Area. Eastern Highlands District. Niugini Caver. 1974; 2(2): 184-189.

Note: [Kema vill Fore].

84. Parker, F. Some Caves and Rock Shelters in the Kainantu Area of the Eastern Highlands. Niugini Caver. 1975; 3(2): 35-44.

Note: [admin 1964: Musabe, Sonofi, Asiempa, Barabuna, Obura, Korangka, Onaningka, Yonki Dome].

85. Parker, Fred. The Caves of the Porol Ranges between the Chimbu River and Chuave, in the Chimbu District of the Eastern Central Highlands of New Guinea. In: Communications. Sydney: Sydney Speleological Society; 1967: 20-27 + Plate 4 + Map. (Occasional Papers; v. 2).

Note: [1964-1965: Singga V, Chimbu R, Chuave].

86. Parker, Fred. Collecting Reptiles and Amphibians in New Guinea. Australian Natural History. 1970; 16: 309-314.

Note: [colls: Goroka].

87. Parker, Neville. A Psychopathic Murderer. Papua New Guinea Medical Journal. 1976; 19: 43-49.

Note: [Goilala].

88. Parker, Neville; Burton-Bradley, B. G. Suicide in Papua and New Guinea. Medical Journal of Australia. 1966; 2: 1125-1129.

Note: [general PNG].

89. Parker, R. S. The Advance to Responsible Government. In: Fisk, E. K., Editor. New Guinea on the Threshold: Aspects of Social, Political, and Economic Development. Canberra: Australian National University Press; 1966: 243-269.

Note: [general PNG].

90. Parker, R. S. From Dependence to Autonomy? In: Epstein, A. L.; Parker, R. S.; Reay, Marie, Editors. The Politics of Dependence: Papua New Guinea 1968. Canberra: Australian National University Press; 1971: 315-360.

Note: [general PNG].

91. Parker, R. S. The Growth of Territory Administration. In: Fisk, E. K., Editor. New Guinea on the Threshold: Aspects of Social, Political, and Economic Development. Canberra: Australian National University Press; 1966: 187-221.

Note: [general PNG].

92. Parker, R. S. Opportunities for Research in Papua-New Guinea and Irian Barat: Government and Politics. In: Reeves, Susan C.; Dudley, May. New Guinea Social Science Field Research and Publications 1962-67. Canberra and Port Moresby: Australian National University, New Guinea Research Unit; 1969: 205-207. (New Guinea Research Bulletins; v. 32).

Note: [general NG].

93. Parker, R. S.; Wolfers, Edward P. The Context of Political Change. In: Epstein, A. L.; Parker, R. S.; Reay, Marie, Editors. The Politics of Dependence: Papua New Guinea 1968. Canberra: Australian National University Press; 1971: 12-47.

Note: [general PNG].

94. Parkinson, A. D. Malaria in Papua New Guinea 1973. Papua New Guinea Medical Journal. 1973; 17: 8-16.

Note: [general PNG].

95. Parkinson, A. D. Malaria. In: Ford, Edgar, Editor. Papua New Guinea Resource Atlas. Milton, Qld: Jacaranda Press; 1974: 46-47. Note: [general PNG].

96. Parkinson, A. D.; Pharoah, D. P.; Russell, D. D.; Wigley, S. C. Preventive Medicine. In: Ford, Edgar, Editor. Papua New Guinea Resource Atlas. Milton, Qld: The Jacaranda Press; 1974: 46-47.

Note: [general PNG].

97. Parkinson, A. D.; Tavil, N. Malaria. In: Bell, C. O., Editor. The Diseases and Health Services of Papua New Guinea: A Basis for National Health Planning. Port Moresby: Department of Public Health; 1973: 162-178.

Note: [general PNG].

98. Parkinson, R. Baumrindenkleidung in Deutsch Neu-Guinea. Internationales Archiv für Ethnographie. 1905; 17: 222.

Note: [Tamara].

99. Parkinson, R. Die Berlinhafen-section: Ein Beitrag zur Ethnographie der Neu-Guinea-Küste. Internationales Archiv für Ethnographie. 1900; 13: 18-54 + Tafeln XV-XXII.

Note: [visit 1893, 1898-1899: Serra, Sissano, Warrpu, Arrop, Malol].

100. Parkinson, R. Ueber das Durchbohren von Muschelplatten, behufs Herstellung von Armringen etc. etc. Internationales Archiv für Ethnographie. 1894; 7: 89.

Note: [Ali, Angel, Seleo].

101. Parkinson, R. Waffe, Signalrohr oder Tabakspfeife? Internationales Archiv für Ethnographie. 1889; 2: 168.

Note: [Laughlan Is, Woodlark I, Trobriand Is].

102. Parkinson, Richard. The Aitape Coast. In: Swadling, Pamela, Senior Editor. People of the West Sepik Coast. Tschauder, John J.; Swadling, Pamela, Translators. Boroko: National Museum and Art Gallery; 1979: 35-107. (Records of the National Museum and Art Gallery; v. 7).

Note: [Serra (Ser), Sissano, Tumleo, Angel, Ali, Seleo].

103. Parlier, Jim. Managalasi Verb Inflection. Te Reo. 1964; 7: 28-35.

Note: [SIL 10 mos: Numba vill Managalasi].

104. Parlier, Jim, Translator. Managalasi. In: McElhanon, K. A., Editor. From the Mouths of Ancestors. Ukarumpa: Summer Institute of Linguistics; 1982: 134-147.

Note: [SIL: Managalasi.

105. Parlier, Jim; Parlier, Jaki. Managalasi Language. Ukarumpa: Summer Institute of Linguistics; 1981. viii, 504 pp. (Dictionaries of Papua New Guinea; v. 4).

Note: [SIL: Numba vill Managalase].

106. Paro, Kipi. The Moandafa of Karufomba. Oral History. 1978; 6(3): 55.

Note: [Moadafa, Yandeyopo].

107. Parra, Esteban; Saha, Nilmani; Soemantri, Agustinus G.; McGarvey, Stephen T.; Hundrieser, Joachim; Shriver, Mark D.; Deka, Ranjan. Genetic Variation at 9 Autosomal Microsatellite Loci in Asian and Pacific Populations. Human Biology. 1999; 71: 757-779.

Note: [from pcs: Gainj, Kalam].

108. Parratt, J. A Note on Kwato and the Oxford Group. Journal of the Papua and New Guinea Society. 1972; 6(1): 91-96.

Note: [Kwato Mission].

109. Parratt, J. K. Papuan Marriage. Journal of the Papua and New Guinea Society. 1971; 5(1): 3-18.

Note: [from lit: Kiwai, Orokaiva, Motu, Mekeo, Mafulu, Wanigela, Delena, Port Moresby, Motu, Koitapu, Roro, Kutubu, Mailu].

110. Parratt, J. K. Religious Change in Port Moresby. Oceania. 1970; 41: 106-113.

Note: [Port Moresby].

111. Parratt, J. K. Religion and the Migrant to Port Moresby. Missiology. 1975; 3: 177-189.

Note: [Port Moresby].

112. Parratt, John. Papuan Belief and Ritual. New York: Vantage Press; 1976. 103 pp.

Note: [general PNG].

113. Parrish Art Museum. Primitive Art of New Guinea. Southampton, NY: The Parrish Art Museum; 1963. [14] pp. + Endpaper Map.

Note: [exhibition: Asmat, Eilanden R, Lorenz R, Wildeman R, Kerewa, Turama R, Morigio I, Wapo, Urama I, Humboldt Bay, North Coast IJ, Keram R, Maprik, Manam, Lower Sepik, Pagem, Yentscha- Mangua, Tshuosh, Iatmul, Wosera, Wanwan Lumi, Kebiang Tshuosh, Burui, Arambak, Abelam, Kupkei, Torres Strait].

114. Parry, C. Gwen. Everyday Life in Papua: An Illustrated Handbook. London: The Livingstone Press; 1925. i-vi, 7-96 pp. + Frontispiece + Plates.

Note: [mission: general Papua].

115. Parsons, G. A. An Ocular Survey of Community School Children in Madang Province. Papua New Guinea Medical Journal. 1982; 25: 151-154.

Note: [survey: Mirap, Sarang, Megiar, Taladig, Rempi, Kusbau, Alexishafen, Sagolau, Meirro, Gum, Erima, Bugajim, Bau, Amele, Utu, Jomba, Nobanob, Baitabag, Kamba, Usino, Kranket, Brahaim, Behir, Panim, Bahor, Tadup, Parum, Mawan].

116. Parsons, G. A. Primary Eye Malignancy in Papua New Guinea. Papua New Guinea Medical Journal. 1975; 18: 83-86.

Note: [survey 1959-1970: general PNG].

117. Parsons, George A. A Decade of Ophthalmic Statistics in Papua New Guinea. Papua New Guinea Medical Journal. 1991; 34: 255-261.

Note: [1980-1989: Eastern Highlands, Southern Highlands, Western Highlands provinces].

118. Parsons, George; Adams, John. Blindness in Papua New Guinea. Papua New Guinea Medical Journal. 1987; 30: 207-211.

Note: [1980-1984: Madang].

119. Parsons, I. C.; Ryan, B. P. K. Observations on Glucose-6- phosphate Dehydrogenase Deficiency in Papuans. Medical Journal of Australia. 1962; 2: 585-587.

Note: [colls: Rigo, Kerema].

120. Parsons, Lee A. Ritual Arts of the South Seas: The Morton D. May Collection. St. Louis: The St. Louis Art Museum; 1975. 205 pp. + Endpaper Maps.

Note: [exhibition: Geelvink Bay, Sentani, Humboldt Bay, Asmat, Marind Anim, TS, Gogodala, Turama R, Kerewa, Goaribari, Kikori R, Era R, Wapo R, Urama I, Namau, Purari, Elema, Orokolo, Kalanga (CH), Siane, Mt Hagen, Telefomin, April R, Nggala, May R Iwam, Kwoma, Warasei, Karawari, Arambak, Iatmul, Blackwater R, Kanganaman, Chambri, Aibom, Angoram, Keram R, Biwat, Abelam, Mt Arapesh, Kairiru I, Wokeo, Murik, Lower Ramu, Watam, Schouten Is, Astrolabe Bay, Siassi Is, Tami I, Huon Gulf, Trobriand Is, Massim].

121. Parsons, Luise. Aid Posts in Enga Province. Papua New Guinea Medical Journal. 1982; 25: 173-175.

Note: [survey 1979-1980: Enga Province].

122. Parsons, P. A.; White, N. G. Variability of Anthropometric Traits in Australian Aboriginals and Adjacent Populations: Its Bearing on the Biological Origin of the Australians. In: Kirk, R. L.; Thorne, A. G., Editors. The Origin of the Australians. Canberra: Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies; 1976: 227- 243. (Human Biology Series; v. 6).

Note: [NG].

123. Partomihardjo, Tukirin. Analisis Vegetasi Hutan Sekitar Air Garam, Kurulu, Jayawijaya, Irian Jaya. In: Susanto-Sunario, Astrid S., Editor. Pembangunan Masyarakat Pedesaan: Suatu Telaah Analitis Masyarakat Wamena, Irian Jaya. Jakarta: Pustaka Sinar Harapan; 1994: 131-142.

Note: [fw: Balim V].

124. Pascoe, L. The Sepik River People. Sydney: Longmans of Australia Pty. Limited; 1964. [16] pp. + Endpaper Illustrations. (Peoples of the Pacific).

Note: [Moim].

125. Passmore, Tim. Factor Analysis Applied to Stratification in Sampling for the National Census. In: McDevitt, Thomas M., Editor. The Survey Under Difficult Conditions: Population Data Collection & Analysis in Papua New Guinea. New Haven: Human Relations Area Files, Inc.; 1987: 272-291. (HRAFlex Books, Ethnography Series; v. OJ1-006).

Note: [general PNG].

126. Pasveer, J. M.; Aplin, K. P. Late Pleistocene to Modern Vertebrate Faunal Succession and Environmental Change in Lowland New Guinea: Evidence from the Bird's Head of Irian Jaya, Indonesia. In: Miedema, Jelle; Odé, Cecilia; Dam, Rien A. C.; Baak, Connie, Editors. Perspectives on the Bird's Head of Irian Jaya, Indonesia: Proceedings of the Conference, Leiden, 13-17 October 1997. Amsterdam: Editions Rodopi B.V.; 1998: 891-930.

Note: [Ayamaru Lakes, Kria Cave, Toé Cave].

127. Pasveer, J. M.; Bartstra, G. J. Verslag van een opgraving in Kria, de Vogelkop, Irian Jaya, Indonesia. Paleo-Aktueel. 1996; 7: 30-33.

Note: [fw 1995: Kria Cave, Ayamaru].

128. Pasveer, J. M.; Bartstra, G. J. Verslag van een opgraving in Kria, de Vogelkop, Irian Jaya, Indonesia. Reprinted as: Pasveer, J. M.; Bartstra, G. J. Verslag van een opgraving in Kria, de Vogelkop, Irian Jaya, Indonesia. Leiden: Leiden University, Department of Languages and Cultures of Southeast Asia and Oceania, Projects Division; 1996: 30-33. (ISIR Proceedings; v. 1996/5).

Note: [fw 1995: Kria Cave, Ayamaru].

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