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The Huli People of Papua New Guinea: From Isolation to Theft of Their Natural Resources by Colette Weil Parrinello Copyright 2019 Cricket Media

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The Huli People of Papua New Guinea: From Isolation to Theft of Their Natural Resources by Colette Weil Parrinello Copyright 2019 Cricket Media

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The Huli tribe in their remote area of Papua New Guinea was unknown to outsiders until the Europeans swept into their villages in the 1940's. Since then, the Huli have struggled to protect and maintain their valuable natural resources from greedy companies, while modernize their lifestyles and honor their tribal customs.

The Huli tribe in their remote area of Papua New Guinea was unknown to outsiders until the Europeans swept into their villages in the 1940's. Since then, the Huli have struggled to protect and maintain their valuable natural resources from greedy companies, while modernize their lifestyles and honor their tribal customs.

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