revolt of the Samoans by Henry Edmund Holland

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Published by Clarte Book Depot in Wellington, N.Z .

Written in English

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  • Western Samoa -- Politics and government

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LC ClassificationsDU819 A2 H6 1928
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Number of Pages16
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Open LibraryOL21737946M

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I was so enthralled by this book that after finishing the last page I just had to go back and read it all over again. Mr Shaffer has done a remarkable job of presenting Samoa’s journey through time, melding historical figures and events with fictional characters and cultural legends to tell a story of a people who even today remain strong and proud in their age old culture/5(29).

This book simplified things by visualizing and being able to utilize it in the present context like when a person first learns to speak. My teenage daughter also likes and has learned from the book as well.

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At the war's conclusion inthe United States was granted the eastern section of the islands, the Germans were granted the western section of the Location: Apia, Upolu, Samoa, Pacific Ocean.

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The Samoan Islands were first settled some 3, years ago as part of the Austronesian 's early and more current history is strongly connected with the histories of Tonga and Fiji, which are in the same region, and with whom it shares historical, genealogical, and cultural traditions. European exploration first reached the islands in the early 18th century.

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By a memorial service for the man known to Samoans as Tusitala, the Teller of Tales. an exhibition through Dec. 22 at Author: Lawrence Van Gelder. Migrants from Southeast Asia arrived in the Samoan islands more than 2, years ago and from there settled the rest of Polynesia further to the east. Contact with Europeans began in the early s but did not intensify until the arrival of English missionaries and traders in the s.

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CONCLUSIONS:File Size: KB. Samoan Culture The islands of Western Samoa have first settled about 3, years ago, after a very gradual migration eastwards into the Pacific from people originating in South East Asia. Samoa, it seems, was the cradle of the Polynesian culture, and archaeological evidence suggests settlers from Samoa then spread to the other islands of.

The AigaAccording to Peters Golden, in her book, CultureSketches, «Samoan villages are organizedaround the household and the extendedfamily unit. Eachhouseholdisheaded by a man, the matai. The householdis made up of a husband, a wife and theirchildren, as well as elderly parents and otherkin».

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