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A.C. to Dave and Phyllis [Phyllis Colyer Westover], Ho Chi Minh City, ngày 2 tháng 5 năm 1965
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in Phyllis Westover Personal Collection, of Private Collection (Letters from Phyllis Westover to friends and family, 1963-1966) (02 May 1965) , 2 page(s)
*To protect the privacy of the letter writer, we have substituted fictitious initials for the original names. DESCRIPTION: Phyllis (Colyer) Westover and her husband, David Colyer, volunteered with the International Voluntary Services (IVS) in Vietnam from 1963-1965. They lived in Nha Trang, where she taught Englis...
in Phyllis Westover Personal Collection, of Private Collection (Letters from Phyllis Westover to friends and family, 1963-1966) (02 May 1965) , 2 page(s)
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Account of the Quarrel Between Headmen Mbunji and Makunku
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in The Papers of Victor Witter Turner, of Private Collection (Box 4: Papers of Victor Witter Turner Field Notes made by Victor and Edith Turner on a Research Trip among the Ndembu, Mwinilunga District, Northern Rhodesia, Second Trip, April 1953 - May 1954, p. 1819-1825: Indigenous narrative on headmen) (17 August 1953) , 2 page(s)
Field note 1819-1820. Date: 17.8.53. Informant: Windson Kajinakaji. Field notes on the generally accepted account of the quarrel between Headmen Mbunji and Makunku which led to the murder of the former by the latter in July 1951.
in The Papers of Victor Witter Turner, of Private Collection (Box 4: Papers of Victor Witter Turner Field Notes made by Victor and Edith Turner on a Research Trip among the Ndembu, Mwinilunga District, Northern Rhodesia, Second Trip, April 1953 - May 1954, p. 1819-1825: Indigenous narrative on headmen) (17 August 1953) , 2 page(s)
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A.D. to Teacher [Phyllis Colyer Westover], Nhatrang, 25 October 1965
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in Phyllis Westover Personal Collection, of Private Collection (Letters from Phyllis Westover to friends and family, 1963-1966) (25 October 1965) , 2 page(s)
*To protect the privacy of the letter writer, we have substituted fictitious initials for the original names. DESCRIPTION: Phyllis (Colyer) Westover and her husband, David Colyer, volunteered with the International Voluntary Services (IVS) in Vietnam from 1963-1965. They lived in Nha Trang, where she taught Englis...
in Phyllis Westover Personal Collection, of Private Collection (Letters from Phyllis Westover to friends and family, 1963-1966) (25 October 1965) , 2 page(s)
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Adela azcuy, la capitana: Trabajo leído por el Académico Correspondiente en Artemisa, Provincia de Pinar del Río, Sr. Armando Guerra Castañeda en sesión pública, el día 7 de febrero de 1950
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written by Armando Guerra Casteñeda, fl. 1950, in Lynn Stoner Personal Collection, of Private Collection (Havana City: Academia de la Historia de Cuba, 1950, originally published 1950), 40 page(s)
From the beginning of the republic, Cuban historians gathered and glorified national history in speeches before an academic audience. They mostly spoke of patriots and battles, but a basic element of Cuban national identity was martyrdom. Cuban patriots fought and died for a total of fourteen years. Their form of...
written by Armando Guerra Casteñeda, fl. 1950, in Lynn Stoner Personal Collection, of Private Collection (Havana City: Academia de la Historia de Cuba, 1950, originally published 1950), 40 page(s)
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Adultery Case at Swanandong'a
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in The Papers of Victor Witter Turner, of Private Collection (Box 2: Papers of Victor Witter Turner Field Notes made by Victor and Edith Turner on a Research Trip among the Ndembu, Mwinilunga District, Northern Rhodesia 1950 -1952 (continued), p. 853-867: Musona's Divorce Case) (22 November 1951) , 2 page(s)
Field note 856-857. Date 22.11.51. Informant: Makwayanga. Field note describing an adultery case at Swanandong'a.
in The Papers of Victor Witter Turner, of Private Collection (Box 2: Papers of Victor Witter Turner Field Notes made by Victor and Edith Turner on a Research Trip among the Ndembu, Mwinilunga District, Northern Rhodesia 1950 -1952 (continued), p. 853-867: Musona's Divorce Case) (22 November 1951) , 2 page(s)
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A.E. to Mrs. Colyer [Phyllis Colyer Westover], Nhatrang, 27 April 1965
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in Phyllis Westover Personal Collection, of Private Collection (Letters from Phyllis Westover to friends and family, 1963-1966) (27 April 1965) , 2 page(s)
*To protect the privacy of the letter writer, we have substituted fictitious initials for the original names. DESCRIPTION: Phyllis (Colyer) Westover and her husband, David Colyer, volunteered with the International Voluntary Services (IVS) in Vietnam from 1963-1965. They lived in Nha Trang, where she taught Englis...
in Phyllis Westover Personal Collection, of Private Collection (Letters from Phyllis Westover to friends and family, 1963-1966) (27 April 1965) , 2 page(s)
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Agricultural Calendar of Principal Crops
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in The Papers of Victor Witter Turner, of Private Collection (Box 2: Papers of Victor Witter Turner Field Notes made by Victor and Edith Turner on a Research Trip among the Ndembu, Mwinilunga District, Northern Rhodesia 1950 -1952 (continued), p. 595-638: Dietary of Lunda and Ndembo [secondary sources]) (06 September 1951) , 4 page(s)
Field note 607-609. Date 6.9.51. Field note listing the agricultural calendar of principal crops.
in The Papers of Victor Witter Turner, of Private Collection (Box 2: Papers of Victor Witter Turner Field Notes made by Victor and Edith Turner on a Research Trip among the Ndembu, Mwinilunga District, Northern Rhodesia 1950 -1952 (continued), p. 595-638: Dietary of Lunda and Ndembo [secondary sources]) (06 September 1951) , 4 page(s)
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Akishi, Makishi, Mahamba and Ihamba
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in The Papers of Victor Witter Turner, of Private Collection (Box 1: Papers of Victor Witter Turner. Field notes made by Victor and Edith Turner on a Research Trip among the Ndembu, Mwinilunga District, Northern Rhodesia, p. 191-211: Akishi, Makishi, Mahamba, and Ihamba, etc.: spiritual afflictions and rituals) (21 May 1951) , 4 page(s)
Field note 191-193. Date 21.5.51. Informants: Various. Field note describing Akishi, Makishi, Mahamba, and Ihamba, spiritual afflictions and rituals.
in The Papers of Victor Witter Turner, of Private Collection (Box 1: Papers of Victor Witter Turner. Field notes made by Victor and Edith Turner on a Research Trip among the Ndembu, Mwinilunga District, Northern Rhodesia, p. 191-211: Akishi, Makishi, Mahamba, and Ihamba, etc.: spiritual afflictions and rituals) (21 May 1951) , 4 page(s)
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Akishi Tubwiza
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in The Papers of Victor Witter Turner, of Private Collection (Box 2: Papers of Victor Witter Turner Field Notes made by Victor and Edith Turner on a Research Trip among the Ndembu, Mwinilunga District, Northern Rhodesia 1950 -1952 (continued), p. 510-530: Ikela Ceremony at Swanakatompa: to drive away a spirt which i) (17 May 1951) , 2 page(s)
Field note 525-526. Date 17.5.51. Informant: Chief Ikelenge. Field note describing the mukishi kabwiza which afflicts a woman who has borne many children who have died at birth or at an early age. Also described is the payment to the Chimbuki.
in The Papers of Victor Witter Turner, of Private Collection (Box 2: Papers of Victor Witter Turner Field Notes made by Victor and Edith Turner on a Research Trip among the Ndembu, Mwinilunga District, Northern Rhodesia 1950 -1952 (continued), p. 510-530: Ikela Ceremony at Swanakatompa: to drive away a spirt which i) (17 May 1951) , 2 page(s)
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Alophonsina's Impending Divorce
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in The Papers of Victor Witter Turner, of Private Collection (Box 2: Papers of Victor Witter Turner Field Notes made by Victor and Edith Turner on a Research Trip among the Ndembu, Mwinilunga District, Northern Rhodesia 1950 -1952 (continued), p. 853-867: Musona's Divorce Case) (31 January 1952) , 2 page(s)
Field note 859-860. Date 31.1.52. Field note describing Alophonsina's impending divorce.
in The Papers of Victor Witter Turner, of Private Collection (Box 2: Papers of Victor Witter Turner Field Notes made by Victor and Edith Turner on a Research Trip among the Ndembu, Mwinilunga District, Northern Rhodesia 1950 -1952 (continued), p. 853-867: Musona's Divorce Case) (31 January 1952) , 2 page(s)
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