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Kenneth Bain. The New Friendly Islanders: The Tonga of King Taufa'ahau Tupou IV. Hodder & Stoughton. 1993. 208pp.

Siosiane Fanua Bloomfield. Illness and Cure in Tonga: Traditional and Modern Medical Practice. Nuku'alofa, Tonga: Vava'u Press. 2002. 174pp.

Martin Daly. Tonga. Clio Press. 1999. 185pp. Bibliography.

Rory Ewins. Changing Their Minds: Tradition and Politics in Contemporary Fiji and Tonga. Macmillan Brown Centre for Pacific Studies. 1998. 298pp.

Edwin N. Ferdon. Early Tonga: As the Explorers Saw It, 1616-1810. University of Arizona Press. 1987. 339pp.

Sione Latukefu. Church and State in Tonga: The Wesleyan Methodist Missionaries and Political Development, 1822-1875. University Press of Hawaii. 1974. 302pp.

Stephanie Lawson. Tradition Versus Democracy in the South Pacific: Fiji, Tonga and Western Samoa. Cambridge University Press. 1996. 228pp.

Patricia Ledyard. Tonga: A Tale of the Friendly Islands. Appleton-Century-Crofts. 1956. 308pp.

Helen Morton. Becoming Tongan: An Ethnography of Childhood. University of Hawaii Press. 1996. 343pp.

Noel Rutherford. Friendly Islands: A History of Tonga. Oxford University Press. 1977. 297pp.

Philip A. Snow. A Bibliography of Fiji, Tonga, and Rotuma. University of Miami Press. 1969. 418pp.

Keith St. Cartmail. The Art of Tonga: Ko E Ngaahi'aati'o Tonga. University of Hawaii Press. 1997. 152pp.

Paul van der Grijp. Identity and Development: Tongan Culture, Agriculture, and the Perenniality of the Gift. KITLV Press. 2004. 225pp.

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