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Protestant school with group of young girls on Likiep Atoll, summer 1949

Images documenting the 1949 Bikini-Eniwetok Resurvey Project. Name changes: Eniwetok is now known as Enewetak Caption in scrapbook: The Protestant school Most of the people on Likiep are Protestant, because the Congregationalist Board of Missions has been sending teachers and missionaries to the islands for almost a century. This small school bu... Marshall Islands - Likiep Atoll
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