Bougainville Before the Conflict
Anthony J. Regan, Helga-Maria Griffin
Pandanus Books, 2005 - History - 566 pages
The essays in this collection are directed toward making information accessible to a generalist audience who recognize the intrinsic historical, cultural, and linguistic interest of Bougainville and who seek to enhance their understanding of one of the world's most successful peace processes.
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An Archaeological Perspective
Archaeological sites on Nissan Island mentioned in the text
The Geology of Bougainville
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