2 edition of Britain in Fiji, 1858-1880. found in the catalog.
Britain in Fiji, 1858-1880.
J. D. Legge
|LC Classifications||DU600 L4|
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|Number of Pages||307|
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John Legge was Professor of History at Monash then, and my thesis supervisor, although he had by this time moved on to become a world expert in Indonesian history. “Fear God and Honour Your King” Brief Fiji history timeline from – Dutch explorer Abel Tasman is the first European to visit the Fiji islands.
– Landing of Captain Cook on Vatoa island. – Journey of Captain Bligh through Fiji group after mutiny on Bounty – Rotuma discovered by Capt. Edwards. Late s – Arrival of Jacko – a monkey, and a cat, at Bau. Fiji - Fiji - History: When Fiji’s first settlers arrived from the islands of Melanesia at least 3, years ago, they carried with them a wide range of food plants, the pig, and a style of pottery known as Lapita ware.
That pottery is generally associated with peoples who had well-developed skills in navigation and canoe building and were horticulturists. The majority of Fiji's islands were formed through volcanic activity starting around million years ago.
Today, some geothermic activity still occurs on the islands of Vanua Levu and Taveuni. Fiji has been inhabited since the second millennium BC and was settled first by Austronesians and later by Melanesians, with some Polynesian influences. Europeans visited Fiji from the 17th century.
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This list is generated based on data provided by CrossRef. Reid, Richard The Encyclopedia of War. Legge, J. Britain in Fiji –, London, Lemarchand, R. (ed.). African Kingships in Perspective, London, Canberra (A.C.T.) Legge, J.
() Britain in Fiji: London: Macmillan The Three-Fijis Thesis: A Critical Examination of a neo-Empiricist-Naturalistic Analysis of Fiji’s Polity. Fiji - Fiji - Government and society: Fiji is governed under a constitution adopted in The country’s first constitution was promulgated infour years before Fiji achieved independence from Great Britain.
UntilFiji was a dominion, a member of the Commonwealth, and a parliamentary democracy with a government led by an elected president. Fiji resumed its membership of the Commonwealth in October Its new constitution came into force in July At elections in May the incumbent Fijian Political Party (SVT, with only eight of the 71 seats in the lower house) and the NFP (no seats) were ousted by a coalition led by the FLP (37 seats) that included the Fijian.
The Colony of Fiji was a British Crown colony that existed from to in the territory of the present-day nation of United Kingdom declined its first opportunity to annex the Kingdom of Fiji in Ratu Seru Epenisa Cakobau had offered to cede the islands, subject to being allowed to retain his Tui Viti (King of Fiji) title, a condition unacceptable to both the British and to.
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Stanner, The South Seas in transition: a study of post-war rehabilitation and construction in three British Pacific dependencies (Sydney )  Munro, op. cit. 35  Munro, ibid.
 Brady, op. cit.  J. Legge, Britain in Fiji, (London ) 11; Munro, op. cit. ; R. Ward, The. The monarchy of Fiji arose in the mid-nineteenth century when native ruler Seru Epenisa Cakobau consolidated control of the Fijian Islands and declared himself King or paramount chief of Fiji (Fijian: Tui Viti).Inhe voluntarily ceded sovereignty of the islands to Britain, which made Fiji a Crown colony within the British nearly a century of British rule, Fiji became a.
Britain in Fiji, By J. Legge. Macmillan, London, and the University of Western Australia Press. FIJI and the GREAT WAR The 1st Fiji Contingent In August Great Britain declared war on Germany, and sent out a call to every part of the British Empire to aid her in defeating the Hun.
The small colony of Fiji, far away in the South Pacific, rallied to the call. Many of the young men living and working in the colony were from Australia.
This is because during the 19 th century, when Britain colonized Fiji, many Fijian village chiefs were converted to Christianity. Prior to conversion, shamanism and animism were the predominant religious beliefs of indigenous Fijians. Fijian Community.
Perhaps the biggest hallmark of Fiji culture is the sense of community.History and Ethnic Relations Emergence of the Nation. Indigenous Fijians are descended from the Lapita peoples, a seafaring group from eastern Indonesia or the Philippines who probably arrived in the Fiji Islands during the second millennium B.C.E.
and later interbred first with Melanesians from the west and subsequently with Polynesians (also Lapita descendants) from the east.