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dc.contributor.authorGrimble, Sir Arthur-
dc.description.abstractNotes on the traditional origins of the maneaba via the invasion of groups from Samoa having a common goddess in Tituabine.-
dc.format.extent17 p. typescript-
dc.subject.otherGilbert Islands, Kiribati, maneaba, Tropic bird folk, traditions, myths and legends, creation myths, building styles, Makin, Butaritari, Beru, Tabiteuea, Matang, Tituabine, Matawarebwe (Broad face or Wide eye)-
dc.titlePart I, Series L, Section 3.4: Traditional Origins of the Maneabaen
dc.identifier.callnumMSS 0003-
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