The Annexation of Fiji
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The Annexation of Fiji correspondence between the Society and the Colonial Office.

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Published by Royal Colonial Institute in [London .
Written in English


  • Fiji -- Politics and government.,
  • Great Britain -- Colonies -- Fiji.,
  • Fiji -- History -- 19th century.

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Edition Notes

SeriesCommon law abroad -- no. 97-405B
ContributionsRoyal Colonial Institute (Great Britain)., Great Britain. Colonial Office.
The Physical Object
Pagination1 microfiche
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21778579M

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The Fiji question did not feature in the election of as did the Ashanti War and the Strait of Malacca issue, but the activities of Commodore Goodenough, who had been sent to Fiji to report on the question of annexation, demanded Carnarvon’s attention as soon as he took over the Colonial : W. David McIntyre. The flip side of that story — how it all looked to the native Hawaiians — is much darker. Julia Flynn Siler’s new book, “Lost Kingdom: Hawaii’s . An interplay of British and American actions in the Fiji Islands linked Britain's annexation of to an American action in More significantly, myths, imaginings, and fears about the United States were persistent, as is evidenced in the Gladstone and Carnarvon. Delve a little deeper into the history of Fiji through On Fiji Islands by Ronald Wright. Although it was written in , the book still stands up as a perceptive modern chronicle of Fiji, examining the history and culture of the Fijian people from Wright’s perspective as a former anthropologist.