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Custom Medicine in Moli District, Guadalcanal
|Title:||Custom Medicine in Moli District, Guadalcanal|
|LC Subject Headings:||Anthropology--Solomon Islands--Periodicals.|
Natural history--Solomon Islands--Periodicals.
show 1 moreSolomon Islands.
|Publisher:||Honiara : Cultural Association of the Solomon Islands|
|Abstract:||From September to December 1972, Judith Foye lived at Makaruka, headquarters of the Moro Movement, in the Moli District of Guadalcanal. Judith collected plant specimens and talked with local healers while her husband was involved in the Guadalcanal Weather Coast Project, a study then being undertaken by the East-West Population Institute and the University of Hawai'i.|
|Description:||Reprinted from The Journal of the Cultural Association of the Solomon Islands, vol. 4 (1976), p. 10-36.|
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Custom Medicine in Moli District, Guadalcanal|
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