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dc.date.issued2016-
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/2440/100431-
dc.description.abstractSets out options for the Banabans' settlement and denies any element of coercion or lack of consultation with them as to where they should live and visits they could make to their homeland.-
dc.subject.otherGilbert Islands, Kiribati, Banaba, Ocean Island, Rabi-
dc.titleSeries F, Section 6: Reasons for rejecting Rotan's assertion that Messrs. Maude and Macdonald stated that Rabi would be sold "over their heads" if the Banabans visited Ocean Island either temporarily or permanently.en
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dc.identifier.callnumMSS 0003-
Appears in Collections:Series F, Section 6: Personal correspondence and documentation on the action, Part I.



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