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The economic organization of the Marshall Islanders

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Title: The economic organization of the Marshall Islanders
Authors: Mason, Leonard, 1913-2005
Keywords: Marshall Islands economic conditions
LC Subject Headings: Marshall Islands.
Marshall Islands--Economic conditions.
Economic history.
Issue Date: 1947
Publisher: U.S. Commercial Company
Series/Report no.: United States Commercial Company. Economic survey of Micronesia. v. 9
Abstract: This study of the economic organization of the Marshall Islanders was undertaken as one part of a survey of American Micronesia; this survey was conducted by the U.S. Commercial Company, a government agency operating within the framework of the Reconstruction Finance Corporation. The U.S. Commercial Company, cooperating with the Military Government Section of the Navy Department, is directly responsible for economic developments among the peoples of Guam and the former Japanese Mandated Islands. This economic survey, carried out during the summer of 1946, was considered essential for planning future economic development of the island area.
Description: vii, 150, [30] leaves. maps (1 folded) photographs. 28 cm.
Pages/Duration: 150
Rights: CC0 1.0 Universal
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