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Dictionary and grammar of the language of Saʻa and Ulawa, Solomon islands, by Walter G. Ivens, M.A., with appendices.

Main Author: Ivens, Walter G. b. 1871.
Language(s): English ; Austronesian (Other)
Published: Washington : Carnegie institution of Washington, 1918.
Subjects: Melanesian languages.
Missions > Melanesia.
Ulawa language.
Saa language.
Note: Appendices: A brief grammar of Saʻa and Ulawa. The Lord's prayer in twenty languages, as used in the diocese of Melanesia among the islands of the south Pacific. Linguistics in the western Pacific. Melanesia and its people. Historical notes concerning the Melanesian mission. Yachting in Melanesia. The Queensland labor trade. Santa Cruz.
Physical Description: vii, 249 p. front. 1 illus., II pl. 26 cm.
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