Olivia Muliaumasealii

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Smoked salmon, cream cheese, capers and dill canape. Add a small ring of red onion as well...yum!

Smoked salmon, cream cheese, capers and dill canape. Add a small ring of red onion as well...yum!

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Samoan Chiefs - 1870s  Samoan Islands, Apia, Chiefs (1870s)  The photographer was G. Riemer, the paymaster of the SMS Hertha who took many stereoviews during the journey of the "Hertha" to East Asia and the Islands in the South Pacific. (1874 - 1877)

Samoan Chiefs - 1870s Samoan Islands, Apia, Chiefs (1870s) The photographer was G. Riemer, the paymaster of the SMS Hertha who took many stereoviews during the journey of the "Hertha" to East Asia and the Islands in the South Pacific. (1874 - 1877)

Samoan Chief and his Family by ookami_dou, via Flickr...this looks like the Great Orator Lauaki aka Silver Tongue exiled by the Imperial Powers  he was a massive threat to them

Samoan Chief and his Family by ookami_dou, via Flickr...this looks like the Great Orator Lauaki aka Silver Tongue exiled by the Imperial Powers he was a massive threat to them

Portrait of a Samoan Girl (ca. 1900).  It's no wonder that that the subjects of Kaiser Wilhelm (western Samoa was a german colony then) were very interested in the traditional costumes via Wolfgang Wiggers on Flickr

Portrait of a Samoan Girl (ca. 1900). It's no wonder that that the subjects of Kaiser Wilhelm (western Samoa was a german colony then) were very interested in the traditional costumes via Wolfgang Wiggers on Flickr

Samoan high chief wearing his traditional headdress, 1900. Traditionally, every Samoan village had a chief council composed of representatives selected by the village’s families. The council had the authority to officiate in all community affairs and to pass laws and regulations

Samoan high chief wearing his traditional headdress, 1900. Traditionally, every Samoan village had a chief council composed of representatives selected by the village’s families. The council had the authority to officiate in all community affairs and to pass laws and regulations