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Samoa 1830 to 1900 : the politics of a multi-cultural community / R.P. Gilson ; with an introduction and conclusion by J.W. Davidson
Bib ID 2520367
Format BookBook
Author
Gilson, Richard, 1925-1963
 
Description Melbourne ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1970 
xviii, 457 p. : maps ; 23 cm. 
ISBN 0195503015
Notes

Maps on end papers.

Published with the assistance of the Republic of Nauru Fund of the Australian National University.

Bibliography: p. [435]-445.

Subjects Samoa - History.  |  Samoa - Politics and government.

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