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Marshall Islands in Oceania

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Indigenous peoples of Oceania, chromolithograph, published in 1897 Featured Marshall Islands Heritage Sites Print

Indigenous peoples of Oceania, chromolithograph, published in 1897

Indigenous peoples of Oceania: Australia 1 - 4: 1) Aboriginal of North; 2) Aboriginal of South; 3) Aboriginal of West; 4) Aboriginal of Tasmania. Melanesia: 5) Nakanai people; 6) Kanak people; 7) Solomon Islander; 8) New Hebrides people; 9) Papuan people; 10 - 11) Fiji Islander, man (10) and women (11); 12) Dobu woman; 13 Dobu man. Micronesia: 14) Yap islander; 15) Mortlock islander (woman); 16) Gilbert islander; 17) Palau islander (man); 18) Palau islander (woman); 19) Caroline islander; 20) Chuuk islander; 21) Marshall islander (woman). Polynesia: 22) Tonga islander; 23) Manuae islander (Cook Islands); 24) Maori (New Zealand); 25) Marquesas islander (woman); 26) Society islander (woman); 27) Society islander (man); 28) Tuamotu islander (woman); 29) Samoa islander (man); 30 Samoa islander (woman). Chromolithograph, published in 1897

A nuclear weapon test by the American military at Bikini Atoll, Micronesia Featured Marshall Islands Heritage Sites Print

A nuclear weapon test by the American military at Bikini Atoll, Micronesia

July 25, 1946 - Vintage American history photo of a nuclear weapon test by the American military at Bikini Atoll, Micronesia. The explosion was part of Operation Crossroads

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'Cook Told The Maoris That He Had Come To Set A Mark Upon Their Islands', c1908, (c1920). Artist: Joseph Ratcliffe Skelton Featured Marshall Islands Heritage Sites Print

'Cook Told The Maoris That He Had Come To Set A Mark Upon Their Islands', c1908, (c1920). Artist: Joseph Ratcliffe Skelton

'Cook Told The Maoris That He Had Come To Set A Mark Upon Their Islands', c1908, (c1920). James Cook (1728-1779) British explorer, navigator, cartographer, and captain in the Royal Navy. Cook told the Maoris that he had come to set a mark upon their islands. From Our Empire Story, by H. E. Marshall. [Thomas Nelson And Sons, London, c1920]

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