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" The captain afterwards went inland, and we slept there that night, taking some food — fowls, pigs, yams, and bananas. We were six days ashore there." When asked what the people were like, he said : " They are exactly like us. Their water is scraped... "
Rarotonga Records: Being Extracts from the Papers of the Late Rev. W. Wyatt Gill - Page 31
de William Wyatt Gill - 1916 - 125 pages
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The Journal of the Polynesian Society, Volumes 17 à 20

1908 - 1084 pages
...we know nothing of war.' •' I then returned to the captain who asked. ' How is it ? ' ' ТЬет are all there in a house.' ' Why do they stay there...they wear the tiputa (or poncho), and use the same kin-i of fans as at Mangaia. ... It takes only one night (and day to reach Tuanaki from Mangaia." After...
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The Journal of the Polynesian Society, Volume 20

Polynesian Society (N.Z.) - 1911 - 340 pages
...a bowl, or in a leaf of the giant faro. Their dialect is that of Mangaia, and they wear the tipnta (or poncho), and use the same kind of fans as at Mangaia....Mangaia.'' After leaving Aitutaki the vessel of Williams, jnur., went to Mangaia, where Maretu was seized with a serious illness, but he persisted in his determination...
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Peoples & Problems of the Pacific, Volume 1

John Macmillan Brown - 1927 - 482 pages
...six days ashore there." When asked what the people were like, he said: " They are exactly like us. Their water is scraped up in a bowl or in a leaf of...Their dialect is that of Mangaia, and they wear the tiptita (or poncho), and use the same kind of fans as at Mangaia." " It takes one night (and day) to...
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