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The Yale Indo-Pacific collection 006304
At the site of the original village (kampung lama) of Desa Lamablawa, Witihama, Adonara, Indonesia
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color photographs
July 28, 2001
Lĕwo Alen, Adonara, Indonesia
Guru Thomas Sili Mado Lamablawa offering palm wine (tuak) to the anestors (bauq lolon) at the sacred stones (nuba) in the Lĕwo Lĕwo Lein (Village Foot) section of Lĕwo Alen, Adonara, Indonesia, the site of the original village (kampung lama) of Desa Lamablawa. This part of Lĕwo Alen is associated with the Lamablawa Koli section of Lamablawa clan. This is the original Lamablawa clan.
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The Yale Indo-Pacific collection
Original format and photographic equipment: Slide. Nikon EM. Roll 24, Frame 13. July 28, 2001
oral histories
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