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Samoa in Oceania

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Indian / Common MYNAH - perched on branch Featured Samoa Print

Indian / Common MYNAH - perched on branch

WAT-7549
Indian / Common MYNAH - perched on branch
Acridotheres tristis
Also known as House Mynah or Locust Starling
Distribution: Afghanistan, Turkestan,s E Iran, Ceylon, Burma, Thailand, India, Sri Lanka, South Africa, New Zealand, Australia, Hawaii, New Caledonia, Fiji, Western Samoa and Cook islands
M. Watson
Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

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Indigenous peoples of Oceania, chromolithograph, published in 1897 Featured Samoa 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

Us-Space-Apollo XII Featured Samoa Print

Us-Space-Apollo XII

The spacecraft contaning Apollo 12 astronauts Charles "Pete" Conrad, Jr., commander, Richard F. Gordon, command module pilot, and Alan L. Bean, lunar module pilot parachutes safely into the Pacific Ocean, on November 24, 1969, approximately 350 nautical miles southeast of Samoa, at the completion of their Apollo 12 lunar landing mission. An Apollo / Saturn V space vehicle launched them from the Kennedy Space Center, on November 14, 1969, on the Apollo 12 United States' second manned lunar landing mission. AFP PHOTO NASA / AFP PHOTO / NASA

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