Jonathan Pouli-Lefale

Jonathan Pouli-Lefale

Jonathan Pouli-Lefale
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Building a fale at Samoa.

Building a fale at Samoa.

Occupation of German-Samoa 1914.jpg

Occupation of German-Samoa

Image from page 276 of "Samoa 'uma, where life is different" (1902)

Image from page 276 of "Samoa 'uma, where life is different"

File:Lauaki Namulau'ulu Mamoe (standing 3rd from left with orator's staff) and other chiefs aboard German warship taking them to exile in Saipan, 1909.jpg - Iiga Pisa would have been 26 y old at the time of exile 1909 and I wonder if that the young man seated.

Lauake Namulau’ulu Mamoe (standing third from left with orators staff) and other chiefs aboard the German warship taking them to exile in Saipan in Alexander Turnbull Library

mataafa.jpg (589×937)

mataafa.jpg (589×937)

Fort Magiagi, Samoa. Taken in the 1800s. My mum and dad's village.

Ethnographic Arms & Armour - Period Photos of People with Ethnographic Arms

Faaino, Daughter of Malietoa, King of Samoa

Faaino, Daughter of Malietoa, King of Samoa

Fa'amusami_Malietoa,_ca._1895,_British_Museum.jpg. She was the daughter of Malietoa Laupepa. She was to later marry Mata'afa Fiame Faumuina Mulinuu I and become Masiofo.

She was the daughter of Malietoa Laupepa. She was to later marry Mata'afa Fiame Faumuina Mulinuu I and become Masiofo.

Malietoa Laupepa Malietoa Laupepa (1841-1898), who appears on a stamp issued in 1892 ( The stamp is the first one shown for the post), was a devout Christian by upbringing from 'Upolu. He was crowned King of Samoa by the German Empire, and the British and American consuls in 1881. "Malietoa" is a title given to Samoan Chiefs, and literally means "great warrior". It is from an epic heroic tale when Tongan warriors said, as they rushed to their boats, "Malle To'a Malle tau".."brave warrior…

Malietoa Laupepa Malietoa Laupepa who appears on a stamp issued in…