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[Samoa] Deeds, Leases, Protests and Bills: 1 - 176, 22 September 1856 - 2 April 1860 [entry-book Volume 8]

Samoan Land Deeds registered with the British Consul. Language: English, Samoan - Quantity: 350 pages - contains copies of original deeds with names of parties and where they were from, date, location and boundaries of land, amount paid, and names of witnesses. To access please click on 'record online'.
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