Pre-cession government in Fiji
THE Fijian people, although they are of basically Melanesian stock, have been subjected to Polynesian influences particularly on the leadership system within their social organization, which made possible political developments in the nineteenth century that could not otherwise have occurred. Between the time of the first contact with Europeans at the end of the eighteenth century, and the conversion of the people to Christianity in the fifth decade of the nineteenth, the greater part of...[Show more]
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