Bougainville Before the Conflict

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Anthony J. Regan, Helga-Maria Griffin
Stranger Journalism, 2005 - 566
Tragically, Bougainville is perhaps best known as the site of devastatingcivil conflict. In exploring the rich heritage of Bougainville before theconflict, this collection provides an insight into the long-term causes of thecrisis. This remarkable book brings together in one volume most aspects geological, environmental, archaeological, ethnic, linguistic, ethnographic and historical of one of the most beautiful island groups of the Pacific.
 

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An Archaeological Perspective
1
The Geology of Bougainville
20
The Languages of Bougainville
31
An Introduction to Bougainville Cultures
47
Why do the People of Bougainville Look Unique Some Conclusions
57
Origins of Bougainvilles Boundaries
72
German Colonial Rule in the Northern Solomons
77
The Pacification of Southern Bougainville 1900 30
108
Torau Response to Change
274
Movements Towards Secession 1964 76
291
Shaping Leadership through Bougainville Indigenous Values and
300
The Bougainville Catholic Church and Indigenisation
317
Buin Social Structure
332
We are Born Chiefs Chiefly Identity and Power in Haku Buka Island
346
Land for Agriculture Silent Women Mens Voices
374
Snapshots from Nasioi 1963 2000
388

Imperium in Imperio The Catholic Church in Bougainville
125
1914 Changing the Guard at Kieta
136
Between the Waitmans Wars 1914 42
141
Bougainville in World War II
168
Sources on Pre mining Bougainville
199
Post War Reconstruction in Bougainville Plantations
224
Post 1960s Cocoa and Copra Production in Bougainville
239
The Panguna Mine
258
Nagovisi Then and Now 1963 2000
400
Vignettes of Mogoroi Village Buin 1971 2004
410
Identities Among Bougainvilleans
418
Nagovisi Villages as a Window on Bougainville in 1988
447
Acronyms and Abbreviations
487
Bibliography
498
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