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File:Samoan Paramount chief Mataafa Iosefa, 1896.jpg


English: Portrait of Samoan Chief, Mata'afa Iosefo, 1896. Reference Number: PA1-o-469-52. Portrait of the Samoan Chief, Mata'afa Iosefo, photographed by Thomas Andrew/
Русский: Матаафа Иосефо (1832—1912), вождь Самоа, 1896
Français : Mata'afa Iosefo, le grand chef de Samoa, 1896
Gagana Samoa: Mata'afa Iosefo, Ali'i sili o Samoa, 1896
Deutsch: Mata'afa Iosefo, Oberhäuptling von Samoa, 1896
Date 1896
Source National Library of New Zealand
Author Thomas Andrew


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