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dc.date.issued2013-10-08-
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/2440/80380-
dc.description.abstractThis chapter demonstrates the disruption of the dynastic system and the simplification of Gilbertese religious traditions by piecing together genealogies over 3 historical periods, from approximately 1250 AD to recent times.-
dc.format.extent49 p. manuscript and typescript-
dc.subject.otherGilbert Islands, Kiribati, genealogy, land tenure, Samoa, migration, Karongoa, Rongo cult, cannibalism, human sacrifice, social organisation-
dc.titlePart I, Series L, Section 3.5: A genealogical approach to Gilbertese Historyen
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