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Bauda Lagoon - the only fertile land on the island

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CollectionsNancy Hitchcock
Date created: 1957
Few indigenous foods were grown on the island. Foodstuffs used were bought mostly in their entirety from island stores, that is, they were imported foods. Note that there are some bananas at the lagoon. Some pandanus and coconuts grow on the coastal belt of the island.
Location: Nauru, Pacific Ocean
Other Identifiers: ANUA 293-5-16


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