Gajdusek, D. Carleton 1980

Gajdusek, D. Carleton. 1980. Territory of Papua New Guinea: Return to New Britain, Kuru investigations in the Okapa region, Kukukuku studies and a journey through Genatei, Awa, Oweina-Waisara and Pinata-Tairora villages. December 25, 1963 to April 13, 1964. In Journal of further explorations in the Kuru Region and in the Kukukuku Country, Eastern Highlands of Eastern New Guinea and of a return to West New Guinea : December 25, 1963 to May 4, 1964, 330. Bethesda, Maryland: Study of Child Growth and Development Disease Patterns in Primitive Cultures, National Institute of Neurological Diseases and Stroke, National Institutes of Health.

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  address    = {Bethesda, Maryland},
  author     = {Gajdusek, D. Carleton},
  booktitle  = {Journal of further explorations in the Kuru Region and in the Kukukuku Country, Eastern Highlands of Eastern New Guinea and of a return to West New Guinea : December 25, 1963 to May 4, 1964},
  pages      = {330},
  publisher  = {Study of Child Growth and Development Disease Patterns in Primitive Cultures, National Institute of Neurological Diseases and Stroke, National Institutes of Health},
  title      = {Territory of Papua New Guinea: Return to New Britain, Kuru investigations in the Okapa region, Kukukuku studies and a journey through Genatei, Awa, Oweina-Waisara and Pinata-Tairora villages. December 25, 1963 to April 13, 1964},
  year       = {1980},
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  hhtype     = {minimal;ethnographic},
  inlg       = {English [eng]},
  lgcode     = {Oweina and Waisara have one unique language p 157 six words [wsr], The Genateis (Yabuiara, Oropina and Arubunkara) p 145-146 have another = Kenati = Kenati [gat], Pinata and Kokombira speak a Tairora dialect which is exclusive to the two = Tairora-South [omw], Oraura and Habi'ina speak yet another closely related Tairora = Tairora-South [omw]},
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Languages

Name in source Glottolog languoid
Oweina and Waisara have one unique language p 157 six words
The Genateis (Yabuiara
    Oropina and Arubunkara) p 145-146 have another = Kenati
    Pinata and Kokombira speak a Tairora dialect which is exclusive to the two
    Oraura and Habi'ina speak yet another closely related Tairora