Catalog Record: Modern Samoa: its government and changing life | Hathi Trust Digital Library


Modern Samoa: its government and changing life, by Felix M. Keesing ...

Main Author: Keesing, Felix Maxwell, 1902-1961.
Language(s): English
Published: Stanford university, California, Stanford university press [1934]
Subjects: Samoan Islands
Note: "First published in 1934. Printed in Great Britain."
"This book gives the result of some eight months of field work in the mandated territory of Western Samoa and in American Samoa ... Carried out under the auspices of the International research committee of the Institute of Pacific relations ... it forms part of a general research project on 'dependencies and native peoples of the Pacific', initiated at the third biennial conference of that body held during 1929."--Foreword.
Physical Description: 2 p. l., 7-506 p., 1 l. illus. (maps) diagrs. 22cm.
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