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    Enga: Log Pulling, 1975 [supplied] 84.7.3 1975
     
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    Kendon, Adam ethnographer
    Title: 
    Enga: Log Pulling, 1975 [supplied] 84.7.3 1975
    Phy. Description: 
    1,600 ft (44 min) sound b&w video
    Summary: 
    Full film record of the Enga, a sedentary subsistence horticulturalist group of the Enga Province found west of Mount Hagen in Papua New Guinea. Footage documents the pulling of a log down to the bridge across the Tipitipi River. After the log is pulled down to the bridge, a debate ensues about cutting down a casurina tree.
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    Supplementary materials: 3
    Culture: 
    Enga (New Guinea people)
    Subject - Geographical: 
    Oceania
    Papua New Guinea -- Tipitipi River
    Repository Loc: 
    Human Studies Film Archives, Smithsonian Museum Support Center, Suitland, MD
    Local Number: 
    HSFA 84.7.3
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