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Exiles and Migrants in Oceania
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|Title:||Exiles and Migrants in Oceania|
|Authors:||Lieber, Michael D.|
|Keywords:||HISTORY / Oceania|
|Publisher:||Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press|
|Description:||The cultural and social consequences of uprooting island populations are the principal concerns of the anthropologists contributing to this first comparative study of resettled communities. The ten communities chosen for study include migrant groups like the Rotumans in Fiji as well as relocated ones like the people of Bikini Atoll or the Tikopia in the Russell Islands.|
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