Queen Emma: the Samoan-American girl who founded an empire in 19th century New Guinea

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Pacific Publications, 1965 - Biography & Autobiography - 239 pages

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A really well-researched book about an almost mythological time - when missionaries were eaten by cannibals, sailors deserted to settle down on tropical islands with native harems, and fortunes were ... Read full review


Page I Introducing Emma
Introducing Jonas M Coe
Jonas Coe in Samoan Affairs

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