Material Culture of the Marshall Islands
Fish catcher from Rongelap Atoll (kept at the Hamburg Museum of Ethnography).
Krämer, A., & H.Nevermann
|1938||Ralik-Ratak (Marschall Inseln). In: G.Thilenius (ed.), Ergebnisse der Südsee-Expedition 1908-1910. II. Ethnographie, B: Mikronesien. Vol. 11: Hamburg: Friedrichsen & de Gruyter. Plate 5|
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