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Title
Outrigger canoe 3 of 4
Creator
Skinner-Jones, Ann
Date Created and/or Issued
Summer 1981
Contributing Institution
UC San Diego, The UC San Diego Library
Collection
Ann Skinner-Jones and Joan Larcom Photographs
Rights Information
Under copyright
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Rights Holder and Contact
Skinner-Jones, Ann
Description
Canoe used for fishing and local transport. According to the first anthropologist to visit South West Bay, the Mewun had no canoes before the arrival of the Europeans. At that time, they moved along the shore on rafts, rather than outriggers.
UC San Diego Library, UC San Diego, La Jolla, CA 92093-0175 (https://library.ucsd.edu/dc/contact)
Type
image
Language
No linguistic content; Not applicable
Subject
Canoes
Pacific Islands
Wintua (Malekula, Vanuatu)
Melanesia
Oceania
South West Bay (Malakula, Vanuatu)
Economic Activity
Place
Pacific Islands
Wintua (Malekula, Vanuatu)
Melanesia
Oceania
South West Bay (Malakula, Vanuatu)

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