Pacific beach communities of the nineteenth century
The historical study of areas such as the Pacific Islands, where the indigenous peoples have been in contact with Europeans for all or most of the period covered by documentary records, has undergone a marked change of emphasis during recent years. Once visualized as essentially a branch of Imperial history, the focus has now moved to the islands themselves; to studies of the change and development which have occurred in the Pacific under the stimulus of introduced and indigenous...[Show more]
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