2 edition of Land utilization in American Samoa. found in the catalog.
Land utilization in American Samoa.
John Wesley Coulter
Bibliography: p. 45-46.
|LC Classifications||GN670 .B4 no. 170|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||i, 48 p.|
|Number of Pages||48|
|LC Control Number||42009463|
I welcome the recent Samoa News Op-Ed by Charles V. Ala’ilima entitled “Flag Day – A Time to Consider Our History.” In his article, Mr. Ala’ilima addresses several important issues including the history of American Samoa’s relationship with the United States, the question of citizenship, and the preservation of our land and culture – issues worthy of serious discussion amongst. To find the perfect home in American Samoa, you can research the current market trends and home values, what schools and school districts are in the area, and what homes are on the market all on.
Land utilization in American Samoa. Bulletin No. Honolulu: Bernice P. Bishop Museum. Based on fieldwork between July and October, , on Ta`u and Tutuila, this monograph describes land use patterns for American Samoa. Coulter gives a valuable, detailed description of agricultural use of the land. American Samoa is located in the center of the Pacific Ocean, halfway between Hawaii in the north and New Zealand in the south. Our geographic coordinates are 14 degrees 16 degrees south, degrees 42 degrees west. Immigration. American Samoa has its own Immigration Laws for all foreign visitors entering the Territory.
Many American Samoans worry that it might unravel fa'asamoa, or the Samoan way. Fa'asamoa rests on an extended familial system called aiga and communally held land controlled by a . American Samoa Community College, Land Grant Program American Samoa Department of Agriculture U.S. Government U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Plan are strongly encouraged to use the GIS for American Samoa when reviewing data, conclusions and recommendations in the Plan. The level of detail available in the GIS and the opportunity to.
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Unless the Governor approves the transfer in writing, it is unlawful for any matai of a Samoan family to alienate any family lands to any person or lease it for any term more than 55 years. ASG estimates that square miles of American Samoa's total area of square miles are freehold land.
Most American Samoa land is still held communally. American Samoa, unincorporated territory of the United States consisting of the eastern part of the Samoan archipelago, located in the south-central Pacific Ocean.
The capital, Pago Pago, was a strategic naval base for the U.S. military (–51) but now serves as a commercial port of call. American Samoa / s ə ˈ m oʊ ə / (locally / ˈ s ɑː m oʊ ə /; Samoan: Amerika Sāmoa, [aˈmɛɾika ˈsaːmʊa]; also Amelika Sāmoa or Sāmoa Amelika) is an unincorporated territory of the United States located in the South Pacific Ocean, southeast of (the independent nation of) Samoa.
Its location is centered on ° S, ° W. It is east of the International Date Line. Books about Samoa or set in Samoa - nonfiction and fiction welcome Score A book’s total score is based on multiple factors, including the number of people who have voted for it and how highly those voters ranked the book.
American Samoa is the result of the Second Samoan Civil War and an agreement made between Germany, the United States, and the United Kingdom in the Tripartite Convention of The international rivalries were settled by the Treaty of Berlin in which Germany and the U.S.
divided the Samoan archipelago. The eastern Samoan islands became. Of these, % are endemic, meaning they exist in no other country, and % are threatened. American Samoa is home to at least species of vascular plants, of which % are endemic. % of American Samoa is protected under IUCN categories I-V.
The following contains data relating to forest cover in American Samoa. Deserted beach near Pago Pago. American Samoa is an incorporated, self-governing territory of the US. A part of the Samoan island chain, it is the southernmost territory of the US.
The large harbor at Pago Pago contains a full US naval station. The inhabitants of American Samoa are American nationals, but not necessarily American citizens. American Samoa doesn’t see a lot of visitors, and most of those are visiting for the day from cruise ships.
But this little U.S. territory is eminently worth a visit for its traditional culture, natural beauty and incredible hiking. Here’s what we wish we’d known when we were planning our trip to American Samoa.
There are five islands in American Samoa: Tutuila, Aunu’u, Ta’u, Ofu and. American Samoa and Samoa are two islands that are located in the archipelago of the Samoan Islands in the central region of the South Pacific.
As they are islands, the Samoan Islands are not close to any countries. Tonga is the closest state with. SAMOA ALIENATION OF FREEHOLD LAND ACT Arrangement of Provisions 1. Short title 2. Interpretation 3. Administration 4. Alienation to which this Act applies 5.
Alienation exempt from this Act 6. Prohibiting alienations without consent of Head of State 7. Granting or. Book a round-trip plane ticket to American Samoa.
When you arrive in American Samoa, their customs officials will ask you to present proof of a valid return plane ticket that departs from American Samoa within 60 days of your arrival.
Even U.S. citizens cannot stay any longer than this period unless they have a non-immigrant visa (see Resource 2). land as his own, and the matter was settled with the return of a portion of the land. The land was used as a coconut plantation and cattle farm for over a century, but in andthe.
Land use statistics for Samoa. Total area of Samoa. Land area, water area. Area of agricultural lands - arable land, permanent crops, permanent meadows and pastures. Area of land covered by forests. How many of each type of land belongs to each man live in the country.
Land and Titles Act SAMOA LAND AND TITLES ACT Arrangement of Provisions PART 1 PRELIMINARY 1. Short title 2. Interpretation PART 2 DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND TITLES 3. Constitution of Department 4. Minister 5. Registrar 6. Deputy Registrars and Assistant Registrars 7.
Appointment of other officers and employees. In American Samoa, flying foxes can be seen flying, soaring, feeding, or just hanging in trees. Although individuals of the two species overlap in size (adults weigh grams), there are ways to differentiate them from a distance. When silhouetted against the sky, the pe'a vao has a more triangular.
This book was a really informative and insightful collection of essays over cultural appropriation in our society today, mostly focusing on America's appropriation and use of Native American culture specifically more or less. The topics in this book covers a lot of ground from arts, land, and artifacts to ideas, knowledge, and symbols.
The book doesn't try and point fingers blaming anyone 5/5(1). The land and property industry has its own language. Many words, idioms, and phrases are based on the law, while others are more common words that have a certain meaning when used in relation to land and property records, either current or tanding this special terminology is essential for correctly interpreting the meaning and purpose of any individual land transaction.Fofó Iosefa Fiti Sunia founded American Samoa's first newspaper in the s and was later elected as a non-voting delegate to the U.S.
House of Representatives, serving from to Sunia published a series of books, among them The story of the legislature of American Samoa: – and Puputoa: A Host of Heroes. .