Jackson, K B
This thesis is a study of the behaviour of Melanesians
and Europeans in the New Georgia Group, Solomon Islands, from
the beginning of European contact to the mid 1920s.
For the first century of contact the islanders of
the Group were able to exploit the opportunities created by
European intrusion within the framework of their own culture,
and to dictate largely the terms of their relationship with
the white man.
The imposition of colonial rule radically altered
the situation. The...[Show more]
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