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Travelling Daughters: Experiences of Melanesian-Samoan Women

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Asenati Liki looks at the migration experiences of women who were born and raised in what was once the largest copra plantation in the Southern Hemisphere – the Mulifanua Estate, in Samoa in the South Pacific. She argues that their pioneering experiences have shaped migration from Samoa to New Zealand, and their stories deserve a better place in the analysis of migration in the Pacific.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 01 December 2009

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