Evaevaga a Samoa : assertion of Samoan autonomy 1920-1936
This study examines Samoan opposition to New Zealand's rule in Western Samoa over the period 1920-1936. During the first five years of this period, opposition was expressed mainly through the imposition of boycotts on stores and bans on copra-cutting as well as petitions to the British government - New Zealand's authority to administer Samoa came through Britain - to remove New Zealand and to let the Samoans run their own country. In late 1926 however, a group of Samoans, in combination...[Show more]
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