Located in Series 7) Solomon Islands - Sound Recordings, subseries B) Audiocassettes. Arranged in numbered order from 1 to 181.
Location Of Originals
This digital sound file was recorded from original audiotape in the Roger Keesing Papers (Box 44, Folder 9).
Audio cassette tape
Bioana and Kwaito’a were both senior women from the mountains behind Sinalagu. Recording is a continuation of Keesing Cassette Tape 017. Bioana was from behind Sinlagu and talks of langwalee’ai magic and ritual for a new mother’s return to the clearing mentrual area, then the hamlet, after birth seculsion. She also talks of women giving mortuary feasts, including her own cases. Recording continues on Keesing Cassette Tape 015.
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