By: Paul D'Arcy
304 pages, 9 illus, 9 maps
Provides the synthetic study of ocean-people interaction in the region from 1770 to 1870. This book emphasizes Pacific Islanders' relationships with the sea during a transitional era following sustained European contact. The author constructs an conceptual framework to examine the ways in which the sea has framed and shaped Islander societies.
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