John A. Z'graggen 1975

John A. Z'graggen. 1975. The Languages of the Madang District, Papua New Guinea. (Pacific Linguistics: Series B, 41.) Canberra: Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, Australian National University. 156pp.

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  address               = {Canberra},
  author                = {John A. Z'graggen},
  number                = {B-41},
  pages                 = {156},
  publisher             = {Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, Australian National University},
  series                = {Pacific Linguistics: Series B},
  title                 = {The Languages of the Madang District, Papua New Guinea},
  volume                = {41},
  year                  = {1975},
  besttxt               = {ptxt\papua\zgraggen_madang1975_o.txt},
  class_loc             = {PL6601},
  document_type         = {B},
  fn                    = {papua\zgraggen_madang1975.pdf, papua\zgraggen_madang1975v2_o.pdf, papua\zgraggen_madang1975_o.pdf},
  hhtype                = {overview;bibliographical},
  inlg                  = {English [eng]},
  isbn                  = {9780858831346},
  lgcode                = {P 13-14 Dumun [dui], Bai [NOCODE_Bai-Maclay], Yagomi [ygm], Bulgebi [bmp], Guya [gka], Gabutamon = Domung [dev], Moam = Ma (Papua New Guinea) [mjn], Mugil = Bargam [mlp], Dimir [dmc], Malas [mkr], Bunabun = Brem [buq], Korak [koz], Waskia [wsk], Pay = Mala [ped], Pila = Maia [sks], Saki = Maia [sks], Tani = Miani [pla], Ulingan = Mauwake [mhl], Bepour [bie], Moere [mvq], Kowaki [xow], Mawak [mjj], Hinihon = Pamosu [hih], Musar [mmi], Wanembre = Wanambre [wnb], Koguman = Kobol [kgu], Abasakur, Wanuma, Yaben, Yarawata, Bilakura, Parawen, Ukuriguma [ukg], Amaimon [ali], Sileibi [sbq], Katiati = Mum [kqa], Osum, Pondoma, Ikundun [imi], Moresada, Wadaginan, Atemple [ate], Angaua, Emerum, Musak, Paynamar, Isabi (Maruhia) [isa], Biyom (Sasime) [bpm], Tauya [tya], Faita [faj], Watam [wax], Kaian, Gamei, Awar [aya], Bosmun [bqs], Mikarew = Aruamu [msy], Sepen [spm], Giri = Kire [geb], Tangu [tgu], Igom, Tanguat [tbs], Andarum [aod], Itutang = Inapang [mzu], Midsivindi = Inapang [mzu], Akrukay [afi], Breri [brq], Romkun [rmk], Kominimung = Kominimung [xoi], Igana [igg], Anor, Aiome [aki], Rao [rao], Gorovu [grq], Adjora = Abu [ado], Kambot [kbx], Aion = Ambakich [aew], Banaro [byz], Wiyaw = Haruai [tmd], Aramaue = Pinai-Hagahai [pnn], Monumbo [mxk], Lilau [lll], Manam [mva], Sepa = Sepa (Papua New Guinea) [spe], Medebur [mjm], Gedaged [gdd], Bilibil [brz], Takia [tbc], Megiar = Takia [tbc], Matukar, Ham = Marik [dad], Mindiri [mpn], Biliau [bcu], Wab (Som) = Wab [wab], Arop-Lokep [apr], Malamalai [mmt], Roindji, Mari (Hop)},
  macro_area            = {Papunesia},
  mpi_eva_library_shelf = {PL 6601 ZGR 1975},
  oclc                  = {844955826},
  src                   = {hh, langsci, mpieva},
  subject_headings      = {Papuan languages–Classification, Madang, Papua New Guinea–Languages, Papuan languages–Classification – Madang, Papua New Guinea–Languages}
}