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[Copy of] To'uluwa's Wives
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in Bronislaw Malinowski Papers (Yale), of Yale University. Sterling Memorial Library. Manuscripts and Archives (Papers relating to Malinowski's studies of the Trobriands Islands, Notes) (New Haven, CT) (1923) , 3 page(s)
Three typed pages list the 23 wives of To'uluwa, paramount chief of Kiriwina seated in the village of Omarakana. The notes, written mostly in indigenous text with occasional English clarification, include information on clan and village relationships, as well as whether the wife was directly married or 'inherited'...
in Bronislaw Malinowski Papers (Yale), of Yale University. Sterling Memorial Library. Manuscripts and Archives (Papers relating to Malinowski's studies of the Trobriands Islands, Notes) (New Haven, CT) (1923) , 3 page(s)
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[Copy of] Village of Omarakana
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in Bronislaw Malinowski Papers (Yale), of Yale University. Sterling Memorial Library. Manuscripts and Archives (Papers relating to Malinowski's studies of the Trobriands Islands, Notes) (New Haven, CT) (16 July 1918) , 3 page(s)
Date: 16.7.18. Place: Omarakana (Kiriwina). Informant: Tokulubakiki. Three typed pages, apparently retyped field notes, contain descriptions of aspects of the village of Omarakana. Included is discussion of sacred places and types of houses. The information is written mostly in English with some terms in indigenou...
in Bronislaw Malinowski Papers (Yale), of Yale University. Sterling Memorial Library. Manuscripts and Archives (Papers relating to Malinowski's studies of the Trobriands Islands, Notes) (New Haven, CT) (16 July 1918) , 3 page(s)
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The Death and the Haunting of Mwayuvido'u
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in Bronislaw Malinowski Papers (LSE), of London School of Economics and Political Science. Library. Archives and Special Collections Team (Box 5: Linguistic notes and lectures, based on Trobriand Islands fieldwork, Folder 13: Texts, manuscripts) (London, England) (08 July 1918) , 2 page(s)
Date: 8.7.18. Place: Omarakana (Kiriwina). Informant: Ibena. Two pages contain a passage in the Trobriand language, untranslated and numbered J298, discussing the death and subsequent haunting of Mwayuvido'u. It is apparently an account of an actual person rather than a myth.
in Bronislaw Malinowski Papers (LSE), of London School of Economics and Political Science. Library. Archives and Special Collections Team (Box 5: Linguistic notes and lectures, based on Trobriand Islands fieldwork, Folder 13: Texts, manuscripts) (London, England) (08 July 1918) , 2 page(s)
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Death by Sorcery and Natural Death
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in Bronislaw Malinowski Papers (LSE), of London School of Economics and Political Science. Library. Archives and Special Collections Team (Box 5: Linguistic notes and lectures, based on Trobriand Islands fieldwork, Folder 13: Texts, manuscripts) (London, England) (19 February 1918) , 2 page(s)
Date: 19.2.18. Place: Oburaku (Kiriwina). Informant: Niyova. In a passage in the Trobriand language with simultaneous English translation, numbered J224, an informant offers the opinion that everyone must die sooner or later, if not by sorcery, then by old age. The information is written on the back of reused stat...
in Bronislaw Malinowski Papers (LSE), of London School of Economics and Political Science. Library. Archives and Special Collections Team (Box 5: Linguistic notes and lectures, based on Trobriand Islands fieldwork, Folder 13: Texts, manuscripts) (London, England) (19 February 1918) , 2 page(s)
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Definition of Term Lubayla
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in Bronislaw Malinowski Papers (LSE), of London School of Economics and Political Science. Library. Archives and Special Collections Team (Box 5: Linguistic notes and lectures, based on Trobriand Islands fieldwork, Folder 13: Texts, manuscripts) (London, England) (14 August 1918) , 2 page(s)
Date: 14.8.18. Place: Sinaketa (Kiriwina). Informant: Leo. A brief passage in the Trobriand language with simultaneous English translation, numbered J152, defines the Trobriand term 'lubayla' as 'a friend from outside one's own clan.' The information is written on the back of reused stationery, consisting of a wri...
in Bronislaw Malinowski Papers (LSE), of London School of Economics and Political Science. Library. Archives and Special Collections Team (Box 5: Linguistic notes and lectures, based on Trobriand Islands fieldwork, Folder 13: Texts, manuscripts) (London, England) (14 August 1918) , 2 page(s)
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Definition of the Terms Luba, Valuba, Kayvaluba
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in Bronislaw Malinowski Papers (LSE), of London School of Economics and Political Science. Library. Archives and Special Collections Team (Box 5: Linguistic notes and lectures, based on Trobriand Islands fieldwork, Folder 13: Texts, manuscripts) (London, England) (29 June 1918) , 2 page(s)
Date: 29.6.18. Place: Omarakana (Kiriwina). Informant: Tokuluba'kiki. A passage in the Trobriand language, untranslated and numbered J269, defines the related terms 'Luba,' 'Valuba' and 'Kayvaluba,' the last of which is apparently a kind of relic of the dead. The information is written on the back of reused statio...
in Bronislaw Malinowski Papers (LSE), of London School of Economics and Political Science. Library. Archives and Special Collections Team (Box 5: Linguistic notes and lectures, based on Trobriand Islands fieldwork, Folder 13: Texts, manuscripts) (London, England) (29 June 1918) , 2 page(s)
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Definition of the Word Bwaulo
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in Bronislaw Malinowski Papers (LSE), of London School of Economics and Political Science. Library. Archives and Special Collections Team (Box 5: Linguistic notes and lectures, based on Trobriand Islands fieldwork, Folder 13: Texts, manuscripts) (London, England) (21 January 1918) , 2 page(s)
Date: 21.1.18. Place: Oburaku (Kiriwina). Informants: Tomwayo Lakwabulo et al. A very brief passage in the Trobriand language with simultaneous English translation, numbered J220, defines 'bwaulo,' the odor or evil emanation from a corpse. The information is written on the back of reused stationery, consisting of...
in Bronislaw Malinowski Papers (LSE), of London School of Economics and Political Science. Library. Archives and Special Collections Team (Box 5: Linguistic notes and lectures, based on Trobriand Islands fieldwork, Folder 13: Texts, manuscripts) (London, England) (21 January 1918) , 2 page(s)
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Definition of Word Kokola [Fear]
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in Bronislaw Malinowski Papers (LSE), of London School of Economics and Political Science. Library. Archives and Special Collections Team (Box 5: Linguistic notes and lectures, based on Trobriand Islands fieldwork, Folder 13: Texts, manuscripts) (London, England) (29 June 1918) , 2 page(s)
Date: 29.6.18. Place: Omarakana (Kiriwina). Informants: Tokuluba'kiki and Moniga'u. A very brief passage in the Trobriand language with English commentary, numbered J272, discusses the word 'Kokola,' the fear of various threats and dangers, but not of death. The information is written on the back of reused station...
in Bronislaw Malinowski Papers (LSE), of London School of Economics and Political Science. Library. Archives and Special Collections Team (Box 5: Linguistic notes and lectures, based on Trobriand Islands fieldwork, Folder 13: Texts, manuscripts) (London, England) (29 June 1918) , 2 page(s)
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Definitions of Some Maritime Expressions
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in Bronislaw Malinowski Papers (LSE), of London School of Economics and Political Science. Library. Archives and Special Collections Team (Box 5: Linguistic notes and lectures, based on Trobriand Islands fieldwork, Folder 13: Texts, manuscripts) (London, England) (22 December 1917) , 2 page(s)
Date: 22.12.17. Place: Oburaku (Kiriwina). A passage in the Trobriand language with simultaneous English translation, numbered J209, contains definitions and discussion of some maritime terms, including: those for the deep and shallow seas; banks of seaweed, with variants depending on whether they are in the deep...
in Bronislaw Malinowski Papers (LSE), of London School of Economics and Political Science. Library. Archives and Special Collections Team (Box 5: Linguistic notes and lectures, based on Trobriand Islands fieldwork, Folder 13: Texts, manuscripts) (London, England) (22 December 1917) , 2 page(s)
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Descriptions of the Terms: Yaluwa, Kaykwabula
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in Bronislaw Malinowski Papers (LSE), of London School of Economics and Political Science. Library. Archives and Special Collections Team (Box 5: Linguistic notes and lectures, based on Trobriand Islands fieldwork, Folder 13: Texts, manuscripts) (London, England) (18 August 1918) , 2 page(s)
Date: 18.8.18. Place: Sinaketa. Informant: Motagoi. A passage in the Trobriand language with simultaneous English translation, numbered J187, describes and defines the terms 'yaluwa' and 'kaykwabula.' The first is a near synonym of 'baloma,' but with a more specific meaning and infrequently used in Kiriwina. The...
in Bronislaw Malinowski Papers (LSE), of London School of Economics and Political Science. Library. Archives and Special Collections Team (Box 5: Linguistic notes and lectures, based on Trobriand Islands fieldwork, Folder 13: Texts, manuscripts) (London, England) (18 August 1918) , 2 page(s)
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