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    • Old Stories and Customs of Weddings 

      Whitehorn, John (World Oral Literature Project, 1970)
      Recordings in Paiwan made by John Whitehorn, a missionary working with a Presbyterian church in Taiwan.
    • Paiwan Words 

      Whitehorn, John (World Oral Literature Project, 1954)
      Lists of Paiwan words, chosen to illustrate the pronunciation of letters, diphthongs etc. Recorded in the summer of 1954 a male lists words in a Paiwan dialect from Pingtung, Taiwan.
    • Paiwan Words 

      Whitehorn, John (World Oral Literature Project, 1954)
      Lists of Paiwan words, chosen to illustrate the pronunciation of letters, diphthongs etc. The recording is of Rapi, a female speaking in a Paiwan (south) dialect from Pingtung, Taiwan.
    • Paiwan words 

      Whitehorn, John (World Oral Literature Project, 1967)
      Recordings in Paiwan made by John Whitehorn, a missionary working with a Presbyterian church in Taiwan.
    • The Parable of the Good Samaritan 

      Whitehorn, John (World Oral Literature Project, 1954)
      A recording of a Christian address of 'The Parable of the Good Samaritan. The recording is of Pari, c.26 male, Valoro. He speaks in a Paiwan (northwest) dialect of Pingtung, Taiwan.
    • Prayer 

      Whitehorn, John (World Oral Literature Project, 1970)
      Recordings in Paiwan made by John Whitehorn, a missionary working with a Presbyterian church in Taiwan.
    • Sermon 

      Whitehorn, John (World Oral Literature Project, 1970)
      Recordings in Paiwan made by John Whitehorn, a missionary working with a Presbyterian church in Taiwan.
    • Song 

      Whitehorn, John (World Oral Literature Project, 1954)
      A recording of a male singing a song in a Paiwan dialect from Pingtung, Taiwan.
    • Song 

      Whitehorn, John (World Oral Literature Project, 1954)
      A recording of a song, sung by a group of females in the summer of 1954. The recording is in Paiwan, spoken in Pingtung, Taiwan.
    • Song 

      Whitehorn, John (World Oral Literature Project, 1954)
      A recording of a song from the summer of 1954 in the Paiwan dialect from the Pingtung region of Taiwan.
    • Song 

      Whitehorn, John (World Oral Literature Project, 1968-11)
      Recordings in Paiwan made by John Whitehorn, a missionary working with a Presbyterian church in Taiwan.
    • Songs 

      Whitehorn, John (World Oral Literature Project, 1954)
      A commercial recording of a female and possibly two males, probably accompanied by a banjo. They sing in a Paiwan dialect of north-west Pingtung, Taiwan. The recording was made in Masilid village.
    • Songs 

      Whitehorn, John (World Oral Literature Project, 1954)
      A commercial recording of a female and possibly two males singing, probably accompanied by a banjo. They sing in a Paiwan dialect of northwest Pingtung, Taiwan. This was recorded in Masilid village.
    • A Speech and Hymn 

      Whitehorn, John (World Oral Literature Project, 1970)
      Recordings in Paiwan made by John Whitehorn, a missionary working with a Presbyterian church in Taiwan.
    • Speech and Songs 

      Whitehorn, John (World Oral Literature Project, 1970)
      Recordings in Paiwan made by John Whitehorn, a missionary working with a Presbyterian church in Taiwan.
    • Speech and Songs 

      Whitehorn, John (World Oral Literature Project, 1970)
      Recordings in Paiwan made by John Whitehorn, a missionary working with a Presbyterian church in Taiwan.
    • Speech and Songs 

      Whitehorn, John (World Oral Literature Project, 1970)
      Recordings in Paiwan made by John Whitehorn, a missionary working with a Presbyterian church in Taiwan.
    • Story 

      Whitehorn, John (World Oral Literature Project, 1970)
      Recordings in Paiwan made by John Whitehorn, a missionary working with a Presbyterian church in Taiwan.
    • Story 

      Whitehorn, John (World Oral Literature Project, 1970)
      Recordings in Paiwan made by John Whitehorn, a missionary working with a Presbyterian church in Taiwan.
    • Story 

      Whitehorn, John (World Oral Literature Project, 1970)
      Recordings in Paiwan made by John Whitehorn, a missionary working with a Presbyterian church in Taiwan.