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|Title:||Part I, Series J, Section 29: Letters Home 1930|
|Abstract:||Letters home to Lady and Sir Walter Maude in 1930 by Honor and Harry Maude in the Gilbert Islands. As District Officer on Ocean Island, HEM is in charge of Customs, law and treasury, including Revenue and taxes, the Post Office, the Police and prisoners. He tries to avoid any clashes with the Missionaries and Rev. Eastman especially, who wish to convert the natives to Christianity and European morality. He travels to various other islands to carry out his legal and other duties.|
|Call number:||MSS 0003|
|Appears in Collections:||Part I, Series J, Section 29: Letters Home, 1929- 46|
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