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"By Aeroplane to Pygmyland" Accounts of the 1926 Smithsonian-Dutch Expedition to New Guinea

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Van der Willigen River
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Arb152n
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Van der Willigen River
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Stirling, in this photo caption (which he presumably wrote), is using the term "Rouffaer River" in a way that includes the "Van der Willigen River" though it is more usual for him to use the term "Rouffaer" in a more restricted way, to mean only the tributary that, at the confluence with the Van Daalen, flows into the length of river he usually terms the "Van der Willigen River" which in turn then flows until its confluence with the Idenburg to become the Mamberamo (see Map). (Similar to Arb152n, Arb154n)
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View on the Rouffaer River between the Idenburg and the Van Daalen. A double canoe being towed by our launch.
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Van der Willigen River
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Van der Willigen River
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Y046
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A bivouac on the van der Willigen; Rouffaer camp
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Van der Willigen River
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Y048
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On the van der Willigen River, our motor boat transport--the "Catamaran"; Rouffaer
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