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....the Islanders in most areas of the Pacific depended on continuous contact with Europeans for the supply of pipes, but in some parts of the Solomon Islands, the inhabitants established a clay pipe manufacturing industry which satisfied, in part at least, the newly-acquired habit and lessened native dependence on Europeans.
....the pipe-making craft...developed on Buka Island at the northern end of the Solomon Islands in the late nineteenth century, .. and was adopted by villages which did not traditionally make pottery.
SMOKING PIPES AND CULTURE CHANGE ON BUKA ISLAND, PAPUA NEW GUINEA
The Journal of the Polynesian Society
Vol. 84, No. 3 (SEPTEMBER 1975), pp. 356-364