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Queen Emma of the South Seas

Dutton, Geoffrey.

Queen Emma of the South Seas

a novel

by Dutton, Geoffrey.

  • 168 Want to read
  • 28 Currently reading

Published by St. Martin"s Press in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • New Guinea
    • Subjects:
    • Queen Emma, 1850-1913 -- Fiction.,
    • Queens -- Fiction.,
    • New Guinea -- Fiction.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Geoffrey Dutton.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPZ3.D95465 Qe 1977, PR9619.3.D938 Qe 1977
      The Physical Object
      Paginationx, 283 p. :
      Number of Pages283
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4560457M
      ISBN 10031265992X
      LC Control Number77071162

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Emma, Queen of the South Seas Emma Coe, born in Samoa in of mixed American/Samoan parentage, was educated in Australia and the States before returning, against her father’s will to Samoa. Inafter the death of her first husband at sea, she and Thomas Farrel began a trading business in Mioko on the Duke of York Islands just off.

Queen Emma of the South Seas book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers/5. Emma's son from her first marriage, James "Coe" Forsayth, reinterred the urns in Sydney at the South Head Cemetery in Legacy.

Forsayth is portrayed by Barbara Carrera in the television serial Emma: Queen of the South Seas, which was directed by John Banas for Australia's. Queen Emma of the South Seas: A novel [Dutton, Geoffrey] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

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He has parceled her career out into 40 roughly chronological monologues from over a dozen narrators—Emma herself, her US Commercial Agent father, her beloved youngest sister, husbands, lovers, missionaries. And he has done all this in exotic detail and tasteful.

With Rebecca Rigg, Henk Johannes, Alfred Bell, Barbara Carrera. This film is based on the story of Emma Eliza Coe, who in the second half of the nineteenth century she was known as the "Queen of the South Seas".

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Emma: Queen of the South Seas. 19 likes. The exploits of legendary Emma Kolbe, the samoan-american girl, who dominated the South Pacific trade in the end of the nineteenth ers: Queen Emma of the South Seas: A novel Paperback – January 1, by Geoffrey Dutton (Author) › Visit Amazon's Geoffrey Dutton Page.

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Queen Emma: The Samoan-American Girl who Founded an Empire in 19th Century New Guinea Robert Williams Robson Pacific Publications, - Papua New Guinea - pages4/5(1). "The Queen of the South" seems to me to have the reverse problem. The wind-up to Teresa Mendoza's career (aside from the fireworks of the opening, about which more will be said) takes too long; and the part where she actually becomes I read the Spanish original, but I am writing here for a wider audience/5.

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Emma Queen Of The South Seas; Emma Queen Of The South Seas Full Movie; Emma Queen Of The South Seas Queen Emma Of The South Seas Queen Emma Eliza Coe was born Sept, 26 in Apia, Samoa.

Queen Emma is well known in the South Pacific for establishing vast coconut plantations in Papua, New Guinea, in the s. Soon after birth, the Malietoa family, in Solemn ceremony, named Princess Tui Malietoa Coa, of the royal line.

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Emma: Queen of the South Seas () The daughter (Barbara Carrera) of a Samoan princess and a U.S. diplomat (Hal Holbrook) plays a crucial role in the history of Samoa and New Guinea.

Prices (including delivery) for Queen Emma of the South Seas: A novel by Geoffrey Dutton. ISBN: Released on: Janu Queen Emma dies. Queen Emma, married to Kamehameha IV, possessed a chiefly lineage herself.

Descended from a younger brother of Kamehameha I, she was also a granddaughter to John Young. Born to George Naea and Fanny Young, she was raised as a hanai, or adopted, daughter by her aunt Grace Young and her husband Dr.

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