Crocombe, Ronald Gordon
This study is set in the Cook Group, an archipelago
of fifteen tiny islands totalling only 88 square miles in
area, yet scattered over 850,000 square miles of the Pacific Ocean between Tonga and Samoa on the one hand, and French Polynesia on the other. Since 1901 the group has been
included within the boundaries of New Zealand, and its
18,000 people, who are culturally close relatives of the Maoris of New Zealand, are therefore citizens of that country. The islands are divided physically...[Show more]
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