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Te Rii ni Banaba - backbone of Banaba by Raobeia Ken Sigrah and Stacey M. King is a history of Banaba, situated in the Central Pacific, once known as Ocean Island. By recording genealogies, myths, legends, customs, culture, magic rituals and the long-kept secrets of the te Aka clan reveal the uniqueness of Banaban identity.
This second edition includes addition includes not only traditional knowledge and historical research but also the author's commitment to save the remaining evidence of the old Banaba. The book is essential reading for Banabans, and for a broader audience keen to learn more about migrations, environment, human rights and the fate of an indigenous people in the modern world.