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Lauaki Namulauulu Mamoe from Samoa

Русский: Самоа Лауати Намулауулу Мамоэ, лидер освободительного движения Мау
Gagana Samoa: Lauati Namulauulu Mamoe, Safotulafai i Savai'i, Samoa
Māori: Lauati Namulauulu Mamoe no te kainga o Safotulafai ki te motu o Savai'i, Hamoa
Français : Lauati Namulauulu Mamoe, un orateur et un leader du mouvement Mau du Samoa
Date 1902 Publisher Sampson Low, Marston
Source Image from 1902 published book 'Samoa Uma' by Llewella Pierce Churchill
  • uploaded by Teinesavaii
Author (photographer) Thomas Andrew (1855-1939) , (book author) Llewella Pierce Churchill
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This image is from a book published 1902. I downloaded image from Internet Archive org website , cropped it & uploaded to wikimedia commons. The author L. Churchill in the book intro credits the photographs in her book to two names, T. Andrews & J. Davis (both of Apia, Samoa). I've tagged licence this to Attribution Sharealike 3.0, tho' after reading copyright laws, it looks like public domain due to publication in 1902.

As a note, this image is also online at the website of Te Papa National Museum of New Zealand . This image is not sourced from the museum site but from the 1902 book. Teinesavaii ( talk) 14:09, 16 November 2009 (UTC)


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