|Location:||Nuguria, Papua New Guinea|
|Series:||Pacific Island Life|
|Distributor:||IFF; Indiana U (rental)|
|Library Code:||UHM AV/C VIDEOTAPE 6325|
|Description:||Observes without narration, the Polynesians' extensive use of the coconut palm. Follows a number of the processes, including the drinking of the coconut juice, the scraping and cooking of the meat, the fattening of domesticated animals on both the meat and the milk, the cooking of the mush, and the burning of the husks for fuel. Provides visual information about the division of labor and responsibilities.|
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