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Copra drying shed and village, Likiep Atoll, summer 1949

Images documenting the 1949 Bikini-Eniwetok Resurvey Project. Name changes: Eniwetok is now known as Enewetak Caption in scrapbook: Likiep from the lagoon This is another photo of the village from the water. The building is the copra drying shed, Copra, the major resource of the atoll, is dried coconut meat used in making shampoos and soap. Radi... Marshall Islands - Likiep Atoll
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