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Image from page 196 of "Stewart's hand book of the Pacific islands; a reliable guide to all the inhabited islands of the Pacific Ocean, for traders, tourists and settlers" (1919)

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Title: Stewart's hand book of the Pacific islands; a reliable guide to all the inhabited islands of the Pacific Ocean, for traders, tourists and settlers

Year: 1919 (1910s)

Authors: Allen, Percy S

Subjects: Oceania -- Guidebooks

Publisher: Sydney, N.S.W. : McCarron, Stewart & co., ltd.

Contributing Library: University of California Libraries

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f the Samoans. It is the home of a healthy,virile race, that will keep its place in the sun by its own right hand, and thanksto a succession cf wise and kindly administrators can look the whole worldin the face. No Australian will ever regret lus visit to Pago Pago. And noAmerican need ever deter any honest observer from going there. TheAmericans may have been fortunate in selecting a comparatively small i.slandas the scene of their work, they certainly have profited by the labours of theLondon Missionary Society, they may have had a tractable lot of native peopleto manage. Again they may have had to work against all the open and hiddenobstacles to the white mans mission in tropic lands. They have, as far asone can see, dealt justly, mercifully, and wisely with their native wards inAmerican Samoa, and the Australian, as he remembers his own cruel recordwith his own native race, must pay to America the tribute of his sincereadmiration. Co RON A ®ljc |l4?vsoual •SiUtrttm^i ^Xaci^ine.

 

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Taken circa 1919