Mobility and identity in the island Pacific
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Published by Victoria University of Wellington, Dept of Geography, Victoria University Press in Wellington .
Written in English


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Special issue of Pacific viewpoint, vol.26, no.1, April 1985.

Other titlesPacific viewpoint.
Statementguest editor, Murray Chapman ; general editor, Philip S. Morrison.
ContributionsChapman, Murray.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14206209M

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