To Walk Under Palm Trees

The Germans in Samoa: Snapshots from Albums

Photo Credits

The Germans in Samoa 2 - revised friday 1309

 

This exhibition has been made possible by the generosity of many families who have allowed parts of their photo collections, those dealing with Samoa in the colonial era, to be researched, copied and archived by the Museum of Samoa.

Working with photos sourced from albums and collections in Auckland, Australia and Germany, Tony Brunt has grouped the images obtained into a number of themes and stories. The first offering in this series focuses on the German experience in Samoa.

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One Comment

  1. Tuilavasii Tom Aiono says:

    Thank you very much to all the people who are responsible with doing the research for this very valuable project, I salute to you all for the time and effort that you have put into gathering all these informations, about our German heritage in Samoa. Mr John Fatu Aiono-Frost mentioned and photographed in this brief history is my paternal great grandfather, and I thank you for providing me with these informations about him and his adoptive father, The German Governor in Samoa in the early 1900’s Gov. Schultz whom one of my grand uncles was named after. Could you please contact me on this email address if you have anymore informations with regard to my paternal great grandfather John Fatu Aiono-Frost. Thanks Tuilavasii Tom Aiono.

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