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Come walk with me. Through the Samoa Archives.

I invite you to take a walk with me along the streets of Apia in the early 1900’s. Wave to Samuel Meredith as he delivers ice to your door. Stop and chat to Montgomery Betham as he builds a new coach and shoes your horses. Lets have our picture taken at Tattersalls Studio. We might… Continue reading Come walk with me. Through the Samoa Archives.

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More Letters from WW1

Letters Home from Samoans serving in WW1. Extracts from the Samoa Times Newspapers, Nelson Memorial Public Library, Apia.8 Sept, 1917 Edition.Pvt William Stowers, writing to his brother Louis Stowers. Dear Louis, Just a few lines to let you know at home that I am out of danger and as well as can be expected, my… Continue reading More Letters from WW1