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It is evident that your source was Pulap citizen. I think this article is biased and one sided. There are two sides to every story. Please do a thorough research from different sources from different islands and not only from the Pollap sources. Because I can retell the same story in a very different light. So who's tho say which source is to be the trusted source.
And please dont make any big claims on navigation annd history because we know our history better than a foreigner. And I bet you werent told this but the man who introduced navigation to Pulap was an outcast from Puluwat. You can do a research from all the islands and you will hear many versions but most will tell u the unbiased version that Navigation was first introduced and mastered in Puluwat which explains why Puluwat had the power in those days to travel between the islands and was entrusted to their protection.
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