|Film Description:||Reel 36 of 44|
ShotlistCat. Reel 140 1957: Reel 36: New Guinea. June 6-12 Lae. Goroke.
Village (near Lae).
Raincoat made of pandanus leaf.
Abacus in use.
Chopping down a tree.
Village people (near Lae).
Man (mws in profile).
Two people at roadside.
Pandanus leaf used as rain shelter.
Toilets: "Belong Meri," "Belong Boi." [Signs in Tok Pisin]
Boat aground in creek: wading ashore.
Stoal used as headrest.
Animal; lemur or loris.
Aerial views (Lae - Madang - Goroke).
Marklam and Ramu Rivers. Mountains.
New Guinea villagers (in grey shirts)possibly being introduced to city.
for first time. (Goroke).
Boy with mouse. Man in traditional dress (cu).
Men and women in traditional dress preparing food.
Thatch roofed bridge. Villagers in full costume.
|Film Creator:||Watson Kintner|
|Topics:||Lae, Goroke, Village life, Abacus, Papua New Guinea, Tok Pisin|
|Tags:||Abacus | Goroke | Lae | Papua New Guinea | Tok Pisin | Village life|
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