Browsing Pacific Collection by Author "Tobin, Jack A."

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  • Tobin, Jack A. (2012-04-10)
    "The writer was asked to make a study of the community of Kili Island ... whose present inhabitants were moved there after their ancestral home atoll, Bikini, was alienated from them to be used as a testing ground for ...
  • Tobin, Jack A. (2012-04-10)
    "The above committee asked the DistAd Marshalls 'to prepare a report indicating the nature and severity of the existing problems on Ebeye, projected problems that are anticipated through 1978, and possible alternative ...
  • Tobin, Jack A. (2012-04-10)
    "The above committee asked the DistAd Marshalls 'to prepare a report indicating the nature and severity of the existing problems on Ebeye, projected problems that are anticipated through 1978, and possible alternative ...
  • Tobin, Jack A. (2012-04-10)
    "The writer was requested by the High Commissioner to proceed to Ebeye 'to assist (the District Administrator Representative on Ebeye) in establishing principals [sic] of administration to be applied social problems [sic] ...
  • Tobin, Jack A. (2011-12-21)
    "The purpose of the survey was to examine the island of Jabwor and evaluate its potentiality for an administrative district sub-center, which has long been planned, and for a possible Peace Corps training site. The other ...
  • Tobin, Jack A. (2011-12-09)
    “A field study was made of the current situation on Kili, the present location of the displaced Bikini people. The purpose of this study was to follow up on a study made in October of 1953, to ascertain what changes have ...
  • Tobin, Jack A. (2012-04-10)
    "I have submitted a detailed Bikini survey log to you. This contains, as you know, complete descriptions of each island and islet in the atoll. I have also submitted, at your request, a map with the local names of these ...
  • Tobin, Jack A. (2011-12-09)
    “A special field study was made on Ujilan Atoll, the present location of the displaced Enewetak inhabitants. The period from 2/17/55 to 3/29/55 inclusive, a total of 42 days was spent on the atoll.” (From letter of ...

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