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Joel Marsters burying uto, or sprouting coconuts, to restrict growth and preserve them for future consumption, 1960

Reference Number: PA12-0516-07

Joel Marsters burying uto, or sprouting coconuts, to retrict growth and preserve them for future consumption. Photograph taken on Palmerston Atoll in 1960 by John Colles Burland.

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1 image, related to Joel Marsters and Coconut plantations - Cook Islands.

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Palmerston Atoll, Reference Number PA12-0516 (1 digitised items)
Burland, John Colles 1926- :Colour transparencies of Rarotonga, Aitutaki, Mangaia and Palmerston Island, 1960, Reference Number PAColl-5051 (10 digitised items)

Extent: 1 colour original transparency/ies35mm colour transparency. Single transparency

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