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This bibliography section of this book Governing New Guinea contains a list of reference books and articles. The book deals with a special category of indigenous subjects, who are not necessarily poor or marginalized, nor culturally or ethnically identifiable. Together the chapters form an account of how the Dutch governance of New Guinea-through its officials, and with the help of churches and school teachers-transformed bright young Papuan schoolboys into subjects of a new governmental system.

Keywords: Dutch governance; new Guinea

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