Faces Of Papua New Guinea (PC and Mac, CD-ROM) Wayzata Technology - 1995 USA, Canada Release

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Faces Of Papua New Guinea
Packaging cover Faces Of Papua New Guinea.
Product ID 43647-03211
Product UPC 743647032118
Product ISBN 1-56737-099-3
Platform(s) PC and Mac
Packaging Jewel Case
Media CD-ROM
Copyright date 1995
Publisher(s) Wayzata Technology
Category(s) Education, Social Studies
Country of Origin United States of America

Description from the packaging.

This is an interactive multimedia introduction to the Bomagai-Angoiang of Papua New Guinea, an isolated people who experienced no previous contact with modern civilization. Faces Of Papua New Guinea shows scenes of pre-contact agriculture, ceremonies, and other aspects of daily life through photographs, written and spoken explanations, and music.


  • Over 100 24-bit royalty-free TIFF images
  • Nearly 30 minutes of audio
  • 7 Musical selections
  • Slide shows... and much more!

This information is categorized into the following chapters: Introduction, Geography, Environment, Agriculture, Ceremonial, People, and References.

This land is one of the most ancient known locations of plant domestication and the beginning of agriculture. Evidence for the presence of human beings in the interior dates back at least 40,000 years. The country of Papua New Guinea is rugged with great diversity of cultures and languages. Although the great central basins of highland New Guinea were densely settled by a million or more people practicing a sophisticated agriculture, the people were not known to the outside world until the 1930's.

Now, for the first time, you are invited to meet these fascinating people.

Photographs and text by Wm. C. Clarke Ph.D.

System Requirements

PC Windows 3.1
Required CPU AT 286
Required RAM 1MB
Mac System 6.0.7
Required CPU Mac Plus
Required RAM 1MB

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