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Malietoa Tanumafili I and his Masiofo Momoe Lupeuluiva Meleisea

Malietoa Tanumafili I ma lana masiofo Momoe Meleisea Malietoa

MALIETOA TANUMAFILI I Samoa.

Malietoa Tanumafili I

Malietoa Tanumafili I , Spatford Richardson, Fiame Faumuina Mulinuu I, | NZHistory, New Zealand history online

New Zealand's Administrator in Samoa, George Spafford Richardson, flanked by Malietoa Tanumafili II and Mata'afa Faumuina Fiame Mulinu'u I.

18 Nov 1946 The 3 Kings of Samoa have just presented the petition to the United Nations Organisation for Self Government. Tamasese, Malietoa and Mataafa Photo taken outside Dept Foreign Affairs building in Mulinuu.

Tamasese Malietoa Tanumafili II an Mataafa probably at Samoa's Independence Ceremony

The banishment of Tupua Tamasese Lealofi III | NZHistory, New Zealand history online

Mau leaders and Tupua Tamasese Lealofi III in front of the octagonal Mau office in Vaimoso village, near Apia, On the building is the sign, Samoa mo Samoa (Samoa for Samoa), the Mau motto

Tamasese distributing arms, Apia, Samoa, 1899. Samoan Civil War 1898-1899. A view showing Tamasese sitting on the ground, with rifles in front of him, and people sitting around. British sailors stand on the verandah of the building in the background. (Photo by Art Media/Print Collector/Getty Images)

Tamasese distributing arms, Apia, Samoa, 1899. Samoan Civil War 1898-1899. A view showing Tamasese sitting on the ground, with rifles in front of him, and people sitting around. British sailors stand on the verandah of the building in the background. (Photo by Art Media/Print Collector/Getty Images)

The King and Vice-King of Samoa after the Coronation. April 21 1899.

The King and Vice-King of Samoa after the Coronation.

Photograph of a ceremony aboard the former British steamship Kaimiloa marking the short-lived 1887 alliance between the Kingdoms of Samoa and Hawaii. From right to left: secretary Henry F. Poor, Hawaiian envoy John Edward Bush (1843–1906), Samoan King Malietoa Laupepa, (1841-1898)and other delegates. Date June 1887

A delegation from the Hawaiian Kingdom to the Samoan King, Malietoa I, to discuss a confederation between Samoa and Hawai’i in