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Acculturation of Samoans in the Mormon village of Laie, Territory of Hawaii
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|Title:||Acculturation of Samoans in the Mormon village of Laie, Territory of Hawaii|
|Authors:||Pierce, Bernard Francis|
|Keywords:||Samoans -- Hawaii|
Mormons -- Hawaii
|Abstract:||Acculturation of Samoans in Laie. This study is concerned with Samoans living in the community of Laie on the Island of Oahu, and with their adjustment to the culture of that cosmopolitan community.|
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