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Education in American Samoa with special reference to health problems
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|Title:||Education in American Samoa with special reference to health problems|
|Authors:||Mitchell, Donald D. Kilolani|
|Keywords:||Education -- American Samoa|
Public health -- Samoan Islands
Manners and customs
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|Abstract:||This thesis is the result of an intense interest in|
health education which grew out of a personal study of conditions in the schools and villages of American Samoa made during the summer of 1932. A survey of health conditions shows that Samoan life Is now a struggle against diseases and parasites, largely introduced, for which the people have developed no immunity and of which they have acquired little knowledge concerning efficacious treatments.
Bibliography: leaves 200-204.
, iv, 204 leaves tables
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