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The Bikini people, past and present

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Title: The Bikini people, past and present
Authors: Tobin, Jack A.
Keywords: Marshall Islands
Nuclear Testing
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LC Subject Headings: Bikini Atoll (Marshall Islands)
Kili (Marshall Islands)
Issue Date: 10 Apr 2012
Abstract: "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 atomic weapons." (Quoted from introduction.)
Description: iii, 57 leaves. tables. 27 cm.
"Study produced by J.E. Tobin in his capacity as U.S. Trust Territory District Anthropologist, Marshall Islands District."
Pages/Duration: 57 leaves
Rights: Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 United States
Appears in Collections:Monographs - Pacific Collection

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