The Ngatik massacre: history and identity on a Micronesian atoll

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Smithsonian Institution Press, 1993 - History - 298 pages
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This book is both an ethnohistory -- using written and oraccounts to uncover the circumstances surrounding the 1837 massacre of Ngatik's aboriginal population and its aftermath -- and a reevaluation of the concept of ethnicity, examining the cultural and sociopolitical factors shaping community identity.

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Lin Poyer is professor of anthropology at the University of Wyoming.

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