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The ethnographic collection includes a small sampling of materials representing Oceanic cultures. Included are Australian Aborigine clubs, spears, boomerangs, and other hunting equipment and weaponry; decorated Maori clubs; stone implements from Guam; carved wooden figures and instruments from New Guinea; and a collection of several dozen tapa cloths and woven palm-fiber items from Samoa.
Siapo: Tapa Cloth of the Samoan Islands in the Minigalleries
Museum of Anthropology, 100 Swallow Hall, Columbia, MO 65211-1440
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