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  1. Aerial view of village

    • Collection: Edwin Cook and Susan Pflanz Cook Photographs
    • Name: Cook, Edwin A.
    • Date: between 1961 and 1963
    • Topic: Villages--Papua New Guinea
    • Format: image
  2. Tabibuga patrol post: government buildings, patrol house at left

    • Collection: Edwin Cook and Susan Pflanz Cook Photographs
    • Name: Cook, Edwin A.
    • Date: May 1962
    • Topic: Government buildings--Papua New Guinea; Cities and towns--Papua New Guinea
    • Format: image
  3. Pig festival, pig sacrifice, Kompiai: inside ritual fence, men wait to feed salted pork to allies

    • Collection: Edwin Cook and Susan Pflanz Cook Photographs
    • Name: Cook, Edwin A.
    • Date: January 1962
    • Topic: Rites and ceremonies--Papua New Guinea--Western Highlands Province; Fences--Papua New Guinea--Western Highlands Province; Pork--Papua New Guinea; Headdresses--Papua New Guinea--Western Highlands Province; Ceremonial exchange--Papua New Guinea--Western Highlands Province; Maring (Papua New Guinean people)
    • Format: image
  4. Edwin Cook's house in Kwiop with sign advertising Cook's services as a resident anthropologist

    • Collection: Edwin Cook and Susan Pflanz Cook Photographs
    • Name: Cook, Edwin A.
    • Date: May 1962
    • Topic: Dwellings--Papua New Guinea--Western Highlands Province; Narak (Papua New Guinean people)
    • Format: image
  5. Pig festival, pig sacrifice: woman has brought pig to ancestral shrine, where it will be sacrificed

    • Collection: Edwin Cook and Susan Pflanz Cook Photographs
    • Name: Cook, Edwin A.
    • Date: December 1962
    • Topic: Narak (Papua New Guinean people); Swine -- Papua New Guinea -- Western Highlands Province; Women--Papua New Guinea; Sacrifice--Papua New Guinea
    • Format: image
  6. Pig festival, wig ritual: decorated adolescent girls at presentation of wigged men

    • Collection: Edwin Cook and Susan Pflanz Cook Photographs
    • Name: Cook, Edwin A.
    • Date: December 4, 1962
    • Topic: Rites and ceremonies--Papua New Guinea--Western Highlands Province; Teenagers--Papua New Guinea--Western Highlands Province; Headdresses--Papua New Guinea--Western Highlands Province; Narak (Papua New Guinean people)
    • Format: image
  7. Pig festival, wig ritual: Kum at presentation of wigged men

    • Collection: Edwin Cook and Susan Pflanz Cook Photographs
    • Name: Cook, Edwin A.
    • Date: December 4, 1962
    • Topic: Rites and ceremonies--Papua New Guinea--Western Highlands Province; Narak (Papua New Guinean people); Dance--Papua New Guinea--Western Highlands Province; Headdresses--Papua New Guinea--Western Highlands Province; Wigs--Papua New Guinea--Western Highlands Province; Jewelry--Papua New Guinea--Western Highlands Province
    • Format: image
  8. Edwin Cook's house in Kwiop

    • Collection: Edwin Cook and Susan Pflanz Cook Photographs
    • Name: Cook, Edwin A.
    • Date: May 1962
    • Topic: Fences--Papua New Guinea--Western Highlands Province; Dwellings--Papua New Guinea--Western Highlands Province; Narak (Papua New Guinean people)
    • Format: image
  9. Bride price ritual: decorated men with spears in mock aggression, lead procession of the groom's group to the bride's village

    • Collection: Edwin Cook and Susan Pflanz Cook Photographs
    • Name: Cook, Edwin A.
    • Date: January 1962
    • Topic: Bride price--Papua New Guinea; Narak (Papua New Guinean people); Dance--Papua New Guinea--Western Highlands Province; Marriage customs and rites--Papua New Guinea
    • Format: image
  10. Edwin Cook's first house in Kwiop: Nancy Cook with pet cockatoo named Marilyn

    • Collection: Edwin Cook and Susan Pflanz Cook Photographs
    • Name: Cook, Edwin A.
    • Date: January 1962
    • Topic: Dwellings--Papua New Guinea--Western Highlands Province; Parrots--Papua New Guinea
    • Format: image
  11. Pig festival, uprooting cordyline ritual: decorated allies cut down casuarina tree, re-enacting killing of an enemy

    • Collection: Edwin Cook and Susan Pflanz Cook Photographs
    • Name: Cook, Edwin A.
    • Date: January 1962
    • Topic: Headdresses--Papua New Guinea--Western Highlands Province; Dance--Papua New Guinea--Western Highlands Province; Jewelry--Papua New Guinea--Western Highlands Province; Musical instruments--Papua New Guinea--Western Highlands Province; Narak (Papua New Guinean people)
    • Format: image
  12. Bismarck Range mountains, as seen from Cook's house

    • Collection: Edwin Cook and Susan Pflanz Cook Photographs
    • Name: Cook, Edwin A.
    • Date: November 1962
    • Topic: Narak (Papua New Guinean people); Dwellings--Papua New Guinea--Western Highlands Province
    • Format: image
  13. Aerial view of village

    • Collection: Edwin Cook and Susan Pflanz Cook Photographs
    • Name: Cook, Edwin A.
    • Date: between 1961 and 1963
    • Topic: Villages--Papua New Guinea
    • Format: image
  14. Pig festival, pig sacrifice, Kompiai: war allies are fed salted pork and their faces and bodies are rubbed with salt

    • Collection: Edwin Cook and Susan Pflanz Cook Photographs
    • Name: Cook, Edwin A.
    • Date: January 1962
    • Topic: Maring (Papua New Guinean people); Eating & drinking--Papua New Guinea; Ceremonial exchange--Papua New Guinea--Western Highlands Province; Pork--Papua New Guinea; Rites and ceremonies--Papua New Guinea--Western Highlands Province
    • Format: image
  15. Pig festival, pig sacrifice, Kwiop: dead cassowary with shell valuables, symbolizes ancestors

    • Collection: Edwin Cook and Susan Pflanz Cook Photographs
    • Name: Cook, Edwin A.
    • Date: December 1962
    • Topic: Cassowaries; Jewelry--Papua New Guinea--Western Highlands Province; Rites and ceremonies--Papua New Guinea--Western Highlands Province; Narak (Papua New Guinean people); Shrines--Papua New Guinea--Western Highlands Province
    • Format: image
  16. Bride price for Mitsi: bride (Mitsi) in center wears headdress, shell valuables, woven armbands and belts

    • Collection: Edwin Cook and Susan Pflanz Cook Photographs
    • Name: Cook, Edwin A.
    • Date: August 1962
    • Topic: Headdresses--Papua New Guinea--Western Highlands Province; Bride price--Papua New Guinea; Jewelry--Papua New Guinea--Western Highlands Province; Marriage customs and rites--Papua New Guinea; Narak (Papua New Guinean people)
    • Format: image
  17. Pig festival, uprooting cordyline ritual: allies carry cut casuarina tree, symbolizing dead enemy, on dance ground

    • Collection: Edwin Cook and Susan Pflanz Cook Photographs
    • Name: Cook, Edwin A.
    • Date: January 1962
    • Topic: Headdresses--Papua New Guinea--Western Highlands Province; Rites and ceremonies--Papua New Guinea--Western Highlands Province; Narak (Papua New Guinean people); Dance--Papua New Guinea--Western Highlands Province; Musical instruments--Papua New Guinea--Western Highlands Province
    • Format: image
  18. Edwin Cook's house in Kwiop: one of the Cooks' employees

    • Collection: Edwin Cook and Susan Pflanz Cook Photographs
    • Name: Cook, Edwin A.
    • Date: May 1962
    • Topic: Narak (Papua New Guinean people); Dwellings--Papua New Guinea--Western Highlands Province; Eating & drinking--Papua New Guinea
    • Format: image
  19. Adolescent girls (Kopi, Kanila, and Kena) smiling next to the Cooks' house in Kwiop

    • Collection: Edwin Cook and Susan Pflanz Cook Photographs
    • Name: Cook, Edwin A.
    • Date: March 1962
    • Topic: Hats--Papua New Guinea--Madang Province; Marriage customs and rites--Papua New Guinea; Teenagers--Papua New Guinea--Western Highlands Province; Jewelry--Papua New Guinea--Western Highlands Province; Narak (Papua New Guinean people)
    • Format: image
  20. Pig festival, pig sacrifice, Kompiai: men, including several wearing red wigs, display exchange valuables, ritual fence at left

    • Collection: Edwin Cook and Susan Pflanz Cook Photographs
    • Name: Cook, Edwin A.
    • Date: January 1962
    • Topic: Rites and ceremonies--Papua New Guinea--Western Highlands Province; Maring (Papua New Guinean people); Fences--Papua New Guinea--Western Highlands Province; Ceremonial exchange--Papua New Guinea--Western Highlands Province
    • Format: image