Ethnographic and oral history survey of Ngchesar State, Republic of Palau

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Palau Bureau of Arts and Culture and Historic Preservation Office , Republic of Palau
Ethnology -- Palau -- Ngchesar., Oral history -- Palau -- Ngchesar., Ngchesar (Palau) -- Social life and cus
StatementCarmen C.H. Petrosian-Husa ... [et al.].
ContributionsPetrosian-Husa, Carmen.
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LC ClassificationsGN671.C3 E86 2005
The Physical Object
Pagination88 p. ;
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Open LibraryOL16304096M
LC Control Number2007360289

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the study of cultural change in societies and periods for which the community had no written histories or historical documents.

Usually relying heavily on oral history for data. Ethnohistory may also refer to the history from a native's point of view, which often differs from an outsider's view.

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Lillelund, Caroline. “The last Vettiyan: A musical tradition and a degraded low caste profession”, in Esther Fihl and A.R. Venkatachalapathy (eds.), Cultural Encounters in Tranquebar: Past and Present.

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In The Promise of the Foreign, Vicente L. Rafael argues that translation was key to the emergence of Filipino nationalism in the nineteenth century.

Acts of translation entailed technics from which issued the promise of nationhood. Such a promise consisted of revising the heterogeneous and violent origins of the nation by mediating one’s encounter with things foreign while preserving.Ornaments The textile industry is one in which the Philippines has long acted as an exporter.

The early Spanish noted that the Filipinos knew had to raise, spin and weave cotton and silk. Lace-making and embroidery were widely practiced often with superb results. Besides cotton.