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Our Forest of Kwara'ae: Our Life in Solomon Islands and the Things Growing in Our Home - Na Masu'u Kia 'i Kwara'aw: Tualaka 'i Solomon Islands Fa'inia Logo na ru Bulao ki Saena Fanoa Kia

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By: Michael Kwa'ioloa and Ben Burt
238 pages, B/w photos, b/w illus
Our Forest of Kwara'ae: Our Life in Solomon Islands and the Things Growing in Our Home - Na Masu'u Kia 'i Kwara'aw: Tualaka 'i Solomon Islands Fa'inia Logo na ru Bulao ki Saena Fanoa Kia
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  • Our Forest of Kwara'ae: Our Life in Solomon Islands and the Things Growing in Our Home - Na Masu'u Kia 'i Kwara'aw: Tualaka 'i Solomon Islands Fa'inia Logo na ru Bulao ki Saena Fanoa Kia ISBN: 9780714125565 Paperback Dec 2001 Out of Print #122379
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Focuses on the Kwara'ae people of Malaita in the Solomon Islands and describes some of their traditional knowledge about their forest. It covers the culture and ethnobotany, focusing on the uses which the Kwara'ae people make of their forest environment and its products.

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Out of Print
By: Michael Kwa'ioloa and Ben Burt
238 pages, B/w photos, b/w illus
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