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|Issue Date:||01 Jan 1954|
|Description:||Lemmaan (in 1954, the entire population of Rongelap Island, some 200 people, suffered fallout from a nuclear test on Eniwetok Island, and were eventually relocated for several years on an islet in Majuro Atoll. The elderly minister of this community, and a storyteller, agreed to record some folktales, probably in the later 1950s, after which he answered questions from Billiet Edmond, schoolteacher of the community.|
|Appears in Collections:||Marshallese Language from the 1950s|
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