Collection MS 3 - Notebook

The history of the Tui Kano Kupolu, pp.43-47. The history of the Tui Kano do, pp.48-52. Tongan history from 1797-1854, commencing with the death of Mumui on 29/4/1797, pp.1-42. Legend of Bugalotohoa and Munimatahai pp.55-74. Story of origin of Fakafonua, pp.53-54. Legend of Abakula, pp.75-79. Legend of The Fuaa, pp.80-83 Legend of Lafa, pp.83-85
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AU PMB MS 3

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Notebook

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  • c1865 - 1909 (Creation)

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(1841-1909)

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The Rev. James Egan Moulton (1841-1909) was a noted Methodist missionary in Tonga from 1865 to 1906. He was the founder of Tupou College, Nuku'alofa.

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The Rev. James Egan Moulton (1841-1909) was a noted Methodist missionary in Tonga from 1865 to 1906. He was the founder of Tubou College, Nuku'alofa.

  1. Tongan history from 1797-1854, commencing with the death of Mumui on 29/4/1797. 2. The history of the Tui Kano Kupolu. 3. Story of origin of Fakafonua. 4. Legends: Bugalotohoa and Munimatahai; Abakula; The Fuaa; Lafa

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Available for reference but no part of the contents may be published or used in quotation without the written permission of the Dr Neil Gunson, Division of Pacific and Asian History, RSPAS, ANU, CANBERRA ACT 0200, AUSTRALIA.

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Institution: State Library of New South Wales
Address: 1 Shakespeare Place, Sydney NSW 2000
Country: Australia

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Access this title at PMB Member Libraries or by purchasing it directly from the Bureau: http://asiapacific.anu.edu.au/pambu/accessing.php

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Papers formerly held: Division of Pacific and Asian History, RSPAS, Australian National University, Canberra ACT 0200

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