A Solomon Islands Chronicle
British Museum Press, 2001 - 126 頁
"Alasa'a's words form the core of this book, presenting one man's perspective on the history of his people. However, this introduces a broader view of the past based on other sources, interpreting Alasa'a's account for those unfamiliar with his cultural background and contributing different historical perspectives, both local and colonial. The editors have drawn on oral history, anthropological research and archival records to present a man-sided account of a rich and complex Pacific Islands history." "Alasa'a's narrative is printed in both Kwara'ae and English, with 58 black and white illustrations."--BOOK JACKET.
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Ābu Aia'a ala'a Alasa'a alua ancestors ania arrived baked begot Bell Bilitigao born brother called Christian claim clan climbed colonial court culture descendants died eventually fa'i Fairū fani fanoa father feud fi'i fuana fuiri gave ghost girl go'o gwata kaili killed kini kira kira ka koso Kwara'ae Kwaru lala land Latea leka leleka lisia lived lo'oko logo looked ma'a ma'i Malaita married mission na'a na’a nai'ari nau ku ne'e ngalia ngela ngwae ngwane'e nini nini'a noa'a original pigs present ra'e returned ro'o saea ania saena saungia senior ship Siale side Solomon Islands sons stands stayed story sulia tabu tabu-speaker talk taro tata'e things Tolinga took tradition tree uana Unari women