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" L due form. This land was reclaimed from the bush by the students themselves, who raise yams, taro, and bananas in abundance, and have also planted several thousand bread-fruit trees, cocoa-palms, and other fruit-bearing trees ; so that this noble institution... "
A Lady's Cruise in a French Man-of-war - Page 162
by Constance Frederica Gordon Cumming - 1882 - 389 pages
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Wesleyan-Methodist Magazine: Being a Continuation of the Arminian Or ...

1778
...educational business by the purchase of fifty acres of land, quite apart from all existing villages. This land was reclaimed from the bush by the students...is almost, if not altogether, self-supporting. From itę commencement to the present day, fully two thousand teachers and native Ministers have here been...
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The Story of Laulii

Laulii Willis - 1889
...quite apart from all other settlements; so Malua was selected, and thirty acres of land purchased in due form. This land was reclaimed from the bush by...abundance, and have also planted several thousand bread fruit trees, cocoa-palms, and other fruit-bearing trees; so that this noble institution is almost,...
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The Story of Laulii: A Daughter of Samoa. Giving Her Life, Manners and ...

Mrs. Laulii Willis - Samoan Islands - 1889 - 255 pages
...quite apart from all other settlements; so Malua was selected, and thirty acres of land purchased in due form. This land was reclaimed from the bush by...abundance, and have also planted several thousand bread fruit trees, cocoa-palm*, and other fruit-bearing trees; so that this noble institution is almost,...
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The Story of Laulii: A Daughter of Samoa. Giving Her Life, Manners and ...

Mrs. Laulii Willis - Missions - 1889 - 255 pages
...quite apart from all other settlements; so Malua was selected, and thirty acres of land purchased in due form. This land was reclaimed from the bush by...abundance, and have also planted several thousand bread fruit trees, cocoa-palms, and other fruit-bearing trees; so that this noble institution is almost,...
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