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   10. Alden, J.E. 1944. Press in Paradise: the beginnings of printing in Micronesia. in: Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 38(3), 269-83, fac-sim, 1944. NY.
   11. Alexander, Joseph H., Col. 1993. Across the Reef: the Marine Assault of Tarawa. 52pp, ill, maps, ports, 28 cm, bibl. (Marines in World War II commemorative series). History and Museums Division, Headquarters, U.S. Marine Corps, Washington, D.C.
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   19. American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions. 1852-1859. ABCFM Records, 1852-1859. 1 microfilm reel, 35 mm. PMB 738. Volume 1: Letters, reports, 1852-1959, from mission stations at Po nape and Kusaie, Caroline Islands; also material from Ebon, Marshall Islands, and Abaiang, Gilbert Islands. The correspondence is mainly from Hiram Bingham, Edward Doane and Luther Gulick. Also a report of a visit to the Marquesas Islands of the Morning Star. Volume 2: Documents, 1852-1859, relating largely to the Morning Star and the voyages it made from Honolulu to the Micronesian mission stations and also the Marquesas. (Continued on PMB 739). (Reel 1 of a 30 reel set (PMB 738-767A). Microfilm copy of original held by Houghton Library, Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass., 02138. Each volume contains an index to contents). Pacific Manuscripts Bureau, Canberra. ANL.
   20. American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions. 1860-1871. ABCFM Records, 1860-1871. 1 microfilm reel, 35 mm. PMB 740. Volume 3: Reports and letters, 1860-1871, from missionaries chiefl y on Ponape, Kusaie, Ebon and Abaiang. The correspondents are H. Bingham, Mrs M.C. Bingham, E.T. Doane, Mrs C. Doane, G. Pierson, E.P. Roberts, B.G. Snow, Mrs L.V. Snow, A.A. Sturges, Mrs S.M. Sturges and J.T. Whitney. (Reel 3 of a 30 reel set (PMB 738-767A). Microfilm copy of original held by Houghton Library, Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass., 02138. Each volume contains an index to contents). Pacific Manuscripts Bureau, Canberra. ANL.
   21. American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions. 1860-1880. ABCFM Records, 1860-1880. 1 microfilm reel, 35 mm. PMB 741. Continued from PMB 740 - Volume 3: correspondence 1860-1871. Volum e 4: correspondence and reports, 1871-1880 (letters A-B), from Hiram Bingham, Lizzie Bingham, Clara Bingham and Isaiah Bray. (continued on PMB 742 and 743). (Reel 4 of a 30 reel set (PMB 738-767A). Microfilm copy of original held by Houghton Library, Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass., 02138. Each volume contains an index to contents). Pacific Manuscripts Bureau, Canberra. ANL.
   22. American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions. 1870-1929. ABCFM Records, 1870-1929. 1 microfilm reel, 35 mm, PMB 761 Volume 19: correspondence etc. 1920-1929 (continued from PMB 760). Log of the Morning Star (Capt. George Garland), 1882 Nov. 1-1884 Mar. 1 of missionary voyages to the Caroline, Gilbert and Marshall Islands. The vessel was wrecked at Kusaie and sold at auction. Newspaper clippings, chiefly from the Missionary Herald, 1870 Jan.-1884 Apr., concerning the Mission to Micronesia (continued on PMB 762) (Reel 24 of a 30 reel set (PMB 738-767A). Microfilm copy of original held by Houghton Library, Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass., 02138. Each volume contains an index to contents.). Pacific Manuscripts Bureau, Canberra. ANL.
   23. American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions. 1871-1880. ABCFM Records, 1871-1880. 1 microfilm reel, 35 mm. PMB 744. Continued from PMB 743 - Volume 5: Correspondence 1871-1880. Volum e 6: correspondence and reports, 1880-1890 (letters A-H), from mission stations in the Caroline, Gilbert and Marshall Islands. Also government correspondence re the difficuties experienced by the Rev. Edward Doane with the Spanish authorities in Manila, which led to his arrest there. (Reel 7 of a 30 reel set (PMB 738-767A). Microfilm copy of original held by Houghton Library, Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass., 02138. Each volume contains an index to contents). Pacific Manuscripts Bureau, Canberra. ANL.
   24. American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions. 1871-1880. ABCFM Records, 1871-1880. 1 microfilm reel, 35 mm. PMB 743. Volume 4: correspondence, 1871-1880, continued from PMB 732. Volum e 5: correspondence and reports, 1871-1880 (letters C-W), chiefly from mission stations on Ponape, Kuaie, Ebon and Abaiang. The correspondents are A.D. Colcord, E.M. Cravath, Edward Doane, Mrs Clara Doane, Mrs Julia Edwards, George Garland, Robert Logan, Mrs Mary Logan, R.J. Patterson, Edmund M. Pease, Mrs Pease, John Pogue, Frank Rand, Benjamin Snow, Mrs Lydia Snow, Hugo Stanyenwald, A.A. Sturges, Mrs Susan Sturges, Horace Taylor, Mrs Jennie Taylor, Mrs M.S. Taylor, Mrs Lucy Thurston, Alfred Wallcup and Joel Whitney. Also some correspondence from islanders. (Reel 6 of a 30 reel set (PMB 738-767A). Microfilm copy of original held by Houghton Library, Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass., 02138. Each volume contains an index to contents). Pacific Manuscripts Bureau, Canberra. ANL.
   25. American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions. 1871-1890. ABCFM Records, 1871-1890. (Reel 9 of a 30 reel set (PMB 738-767A). Microfilm copy of original held by Houghton Library, Harvar d University, Cambridge, Mass., 02138. Each volume contains an index to contents). Pacific Manuscripts Bureau, Canberra. ANL.
   26. American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions. 1880-1890. ABCFM Records, 1880-1890. 1 microfilm reel, 35 mm., PMB 748. Volume 8: Correspondence and reports, 1880-1890 (continued from P MB 747). Volume 9: correspondence and accounts of voyages of the Morning Star, 1880-1890. The correspondents are Captain Isaiah Bray, Edward P. Flint, Captain George Garland and Henry Worth (continued on PMB 749). Reel 11 of a 30 reel set (PMB 738-767A). (Microfilm copy of original held by Houghton Library, Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass., 02138. Each volume contains an index to contents). Pacific Manuscripts Bureau, Canberra. ANL.
   27. American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions. 1880-1890. ABCFM Records, 1880-1890. 1 microfilm reel, 35 mm. PMB 747. Volume 7: correspondence and reports, 1880-1890 (continued from PM B 746) Volume 8: Correspondence and reports, 1880-1890 (letters S-W), from mission stations on Kusaie, Abaiang, Truk and Ponape from Miss Sarah L. Smith, Alfred Snelling, Mrs L. Snelling, A.A. Sturges, Mrs S.M. Sturges, Horace Taylor, Mrs Horace Taylor, Daniel Treiber, Mrs J.D. Treiber, Alfred Walkup, Mrs V.M. Walkup, Joel Whitney and Mrs Whitney (continued on PMB 748). (Reel 10 of a 30 reel set (PMB 738-767A). Microfilm copy of original held by Houghton Library, Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass., 02138. Each volume contains an index to contents). Pacific Manuscripts Bureau, Canberra. ANL.
   28. American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions. 1880-1890. ABCFM Records, 1880-1890. 1 microfilm reel, 35 mm. PMB 745. Continued from PMB 744 - Volume 6: correspondence 1880-1890 - the correspondents are J. Atkinson, Lillie Cathcart, Rev. Channon, Miss E.T. Crosby, J.D. Davis, Edward Doane, Miss J. Fletcher, John Forks, Luther Gulick, G.C. Heine, and Miss Lydia Hemingway. Volume 7: correspondence and reports, 1880-1890 (letters I-R), from mission stations at Ponape, Truk and Kusaie. Correspondents are Dr Lucy Ingersol, Miss Alice Little, Robert Logan, Mrs Mary Logan, J. Oldham, Miss A.A. Palmer, Edmund Pease, Mrs C. Pease, Mrs Douglas Putnam, Frank Rand and Mrs Carrie Rand. (Reel 8 of a 30 reel set (PMB 738-767A). Microfilm copy of original held by Houghton Library, Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass., 02138. Each volume contains an index to contents). Pacific Manuscripts Bureau, Canberra. ANL.
   29. American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions. 1880-1899. ABCFM Records, 1880-1899. 1 microfilm reel, 35 mm., PMB 749. Volume 9: Correspondence and accounts of voyages of the Morning S tar, 1880-1890 (continued from PMB 748). Volume 10: Reports, statistics and other documents, 1890-1899, relating to mission stations and schools on Kusaie, Truk and Ponape, Caroline Islands; the Gilbert and Marshall Islands; reports and abstracts of log of the Morning Star voyages, minutes of meetings (continued on PMB 750). (Reel 12 of a 30 reel set (PMB 738-767A). Microfilm copy of original held by Houghton Library, Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass., 02138. Each volume contains an index to contents.). Pacific Manuscripts Bureau, Canberra. ANL.
   30. American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions. 1903-1927. ABCFM Records, 1903-1927. 1 microfilm reel, 35 mm. PMB 766. Micronesian Mission Women's Board - correspondence, 1903-1909 (con tinued from PMB 765). Micronesian Mission Women's Board - correspondence, 1909-1927, from Kusaie, Ocean Island, Truk and Juluit. The correspondents are Elizabeth Baldwin, Jane Baldwin, Mrs Irving Channon, Jessie Hoppin, Mathilda Maas, Jennie Olin, Thomas Pratt, Louise Wilson and Marion Woodward (continued on PMB 767). (Reel 29 of a 30 reel set (PMB 738-767A). Microfilm copy of original held by Houghton Library, Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass., 02138. Each volume contains an index to contents). Pacific Manuscripts Bureau, Canberra. ANL.
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   43. anon. 1858. Spelling Sheet (no TP): first line: Aa/ba be bi bo bu/am an. 1p, 24.5x18.5cm. . Ponape. UH PL6195.S74 1858, UH MIC/5480 (Original in Haw. Mission Children's Society Library).
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   58. anon. 1890. Gilbert Islands news. in: The Friend, Vol. 48, Honolulu.
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a.- 1893. 96pp, 17.5cm.
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   61. anon. 1901 (?). Indigent Gilbert Islanders. in: The Friend, October, Honolulu.
   62. anon. 1901 (nd). Te boki ni kananakoa kain te ekaretia. 1p, 27x20.5cm. (on back, pencil: "form of Gilbertese letter of dismission, Kusaie, 1901"). Kusaie. HMCS 64.
   63. anon. 1903. Te man n raoi. Vol. 4, April. 4pp, 24x14.5 cm. Kusaie. HMCS 54.
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   68. anon. 1913. Lessons from the Native School Primer. 28pp, 16.5cm. GI, Beru, Rongorongo.
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   70. anon. 1916. A Note on the Annexation of Gilbert and Ellice Groups to Great Britain, Nov. 1915. in: Geographical Review, p 145, 1916. BM G/3/A1.
   71. anon. 1916 (nd). Taian anene n te kiritimati. 1p, 17x9cm. (penciled on back: "Gilbertese hymns given by F.J. Woodward 1916 (?)"). HMCS.
   72. anon. 192-. Phosphate fields, Banaba, Kiribati. 30 photographs: gelatin silver, 9 x 13.8 cm. ANL.
   73. anon. 1933. Father Rougier. Death in Tahiti ends picturesque career. in: PIM 3(6):5.
   74. anon. 1934. Annual Report on the Social and Economic Progress of the People of the Gilbert and Ellice Islands Co lony. London.
   75. anon. 1935. Korone n abamakoro aika Kiribati ma Ereti tua n aomata aika a koraoaki i an ordinance Na. II, 1917 ( Native Laws made under the ordinance No. II - 1917, a criminal code for the G & E Islands). 9pp, 23cm. Rongorongo Press (for the Gov't), GI, Beru. ML 343.09992/1A1.
a.- 1939. Koronen abamakoro aika Kiribati ma Ereti tuan abamakoro aika a karaoaki irouia tani moti ma Kaubure. 15pp, 23cm. Rongorongo Press (for the Gov't), GI, Beru. ML 349.992/2A1.
b.- 1947. Otenanti Tuan Tauteka N Aomata, 1941. 35pp, 21cm. (replaces Native Laws Ordinance, 1917).
   76. anon. 1935. Life on Fanning Island. in: PIM 5(11):35.
   77. anon. 1935. Islands for sale. Romantic story of Fanning and Washington. in: PIM 5(12):5.
   78. anon. 1935. W.R. Carpenter and Co. in: PIM 5(6).
   79. anon. 1936. Fanning and Washington Islands sold to B.P. interests. in: PIM 6(6):6.
   80. anon. 1937. Christmas Island: A Claim by U.S.A. in: PIM 7(6):10.
   81. anon. 1937. Christmas Island Sloop 'Leith' lands Fiji radio operator and party. Who owns Christmas Island? in: PIM 7(8):10.
   82. anon. 1937. Japan has a look at Howland! in: PIM 8(1).
   83. anon. 1939. Unsuspected Wealth in Barren Rocks; remarkable story of Pacific phosphate industry. in: PIM 9(10):17-20. BM DU/1/P.
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   94. anon. 1946. Among Those Present: The Official Story of the Pacific Islands at War. HMSO, London.
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 116. anon. 1972. Mili man resigns. in: PIM 43(1).
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 119. anon. 1973. Empire sinks in Gilbert and Ellice. in: PIM 44(4).
 120. anon. 1973. Where 'state canoe' paddling is an art to be learned. in: PIM 44(3).
 121. anon. 1974. GEIC life under microscope as assembly meets. in: PIM 45(10).
 122. anon. 1974. The politics are new, not the economy. in: PIM 45(7).
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 125. anon. 1975. GEIC governor hits at Britain. in: PIM 46(10).
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 129. anon. 1975. Ellice goes it alone on October 1. in: PIM 46(5).
 130. anon. 1975. Ocean Island: the case for the Gilberts. in: PIM 46(4).
 131. anon. 1975. Gilbert, Ellice separation talks begin. in: PIM 46(4).
 132. anon. 1975. Mission schools take-over in GEIC. in: PIM 46(3).
 133. anon. 1976. Banabans' musical protest. in: PIM 47(9).
 134. anon. 1976. The Gilberts have their say. in: South Pacific Islands Business News (September).
 135. anon. 1976. 'Our story` - by the Banabans. in: South Pacific Islands Business News (August).
 136. anon. 1976. Getting the bird, Gilberts style. in: PIM 47(7).
 137. anon. 1977. Tarawa and Operation Galvanic: Kiribati. in: After the Battle, no.15, 1977, p 53. UH Reprint 41.01.
 138. anon. 1977. Gilbertese split on Ocean Island future? in: PIM 48(10).
 139. anon. 1977. "Dramatic piece of coastal engineering" in Gilberts. in: PIM 48(7).
 140. anon. 1977. Gilberts ready for change. in: PIM 48(1).
 141. anon. 1978. US claims in Gilberts. in: PIM 49(4).
 142. anon. 1978. Air Tungaru signs. in: South Pacific Islands Business News (April).
 143. anon. 1978. Big aid for Gilberts and Tuvalu. in: South Pacific Islands Business News (February).
 144. anon. 1979. Coconut milk is many things. in: PIM 50(11).
 145. anon. 1979. US, Kiribati sign pact. in: PIM 50(11).
 146. anon. 1979. Introducing Kiribati. in: PIM 50(2).
 147. anon. 1979. Stamps chart a nation's future. in: PIM 50(7).
 148. anon. 1979. Co-op Family Crosses the World. in: South Pacific Islands Business News (April).
 149. anon. 197? (nd). Learning to Speak Gilbertese. ts, mimeo, 69pp Gil., 69pp Eng. trans. 18 lessons and readings. Tarawa Teacher's College (?).
 150. anon. 1980. Decentralisation in Kiribati. various foliations, 30 cm. UH JQ6341.K542 D43 1980.
 151. anon. 1980. Interview: President Ieremia Tabai, Kiribati. in: The New Pacific Magazine (Nov).
 152. anon. 1980. Kiribati says "nonsense.". in: PIM 51(8).
 153. anon. 1980. Canberra-Tarawa ties. in: PIM 51(5).
 154. anon. 1980. Group travels with gavels. in: PIM 51(5).
 155. anon. 1980. The State Dept. has been told... in: PIM 51(3).
 156. anon. 1981. Kiribati. in: Bulletin de la Societe des etudes Oceanistes (December).
 157. anon. 1981. Banabans appeal to Forum. in: PIM 52(10).
 158. anon. 1981. Monopoly moves in insurance. in: PIM 52(8).
 159. anon. 1981. Theatre group for Kiribati. in: PIM 52(3).
 160. anon. 1982. Queen gets warm welcome, but PNG looks at its royal link. in: PIM 53(12).
 161. anon. 1982. USP plunges into debt. in: Island Business Pacific (Dec).
 162. anon. 1982. Von Stellmach in the Pacific again. in: PIM 53(9).
 163. anon. 1982. Pacific Elections. in: Pacific Magazine (Jul).
 164. anon. 1982. Kiribati fish firm hires transporter. in: South Pacific Islands Business News (June).
 165. anon. 1982. Feeding the Islands. in: South Pacific Islands Business News (May).
 166. anon. 1982. Hatching plans to boost the Kiribati airline. in: South Pacific Islands Business News (May).
 167. anon. 1982. A measure of relief for Tuvalu. in: South Pacific Islands Business News (April).
 168. anon. 1982. You can bank soon on Westpac. in: South Pacific Islands Business News (April).
 169. anon. 1983. The cruel world of foreign aid. in: Island Business Pacific (Dec).
 170. anon. 1983. Opening up for business. in: Island Business Pacific (Nov).
 171. anon. 1983. Kiribati opens its Tokyo honorable consul's office. in: Gakkaishi/ Taiheiyo Gakkai, Tokyo (October).
 172. anon. 1983. Survival of the fittest. in: Island Business Pacific (Aug).
 173. anon. 1983. Rubbish and the survival fight. in: Island Business Pacific (Jul).
 174. anon. 1983. Fanning an economy. in: Island Business Pacific (Jun).
 175. anon. 1983. Fisheries: breaking ranks on the Nauru pact? in: PIM 54(5).
 176. anon. 1983. Government ousted in Kiribati. in: PIM 54(1).
 177. anon. 1983. Collapse in Kiribati. in: Island Business Pacific (Jan).
 178. anon. 1983. New Strategy Against Ocean Pollution. in: Guam and Micronesia Glimpses.
 179. anon. 1984. Banking on Kiribati. in: Island Business Pacific (Nov).
 180. anon. 1984. The trading dilemma. in: Island Business Pacific (Nov).
 181. anon. 1984. The complex markets. in: Island Business Pacific (Sep).
 182. anon. 1984. Overstaying in Kiribati. in: Island Business Pacific (Aug).
 183. anon. 1984. The word of Jackson. in: Island Business Pacific (Jul).
 184. anon. 1984. 'Stop fooling yourselves'. in: Island Business Pacific (Jun).
 185. anon. 1984. Tarawa's 'miracle' cure. in: Island Business Pacific (Mar).
 186. anon. 1984. Australians Building Kiribati Projects. in: Pacific Magazine (Jan).
 187. anon. 1984. Ansett eyes atoll airline. in: Island Business Pacific (Apr).
 188. anon. 1985. Kiribati. Institute of the South Pacific, U.S.P., Suva, Fiji.
 189. anon. 1985. Power through wood. in: Island Business Pacific (Nov).
 190. anon. 1985. Watering the islands. in: Island Business Pacific (Aug).
 191. anon. 1985. Kiribati cools on Soviet fish deal. in: PIM 56(7).
 192. anon. 1985. The Cuba connection. in: Island Business Pacific (Jun).
 193. anon. 1985. Fisheries: not the Russians alone. in: PIM 56(5).
 194. anon. 1985. Possible Soviet deal "purely commercial" -- Tabai. in: PIM 56(5).
 195. anon. 1985. Covering the Pacific. in: Island Business Pacific (Apr).
 196. anon. 1985. Miracle of the survivors. in: Island Business Pacific (Apr).
 197. anon. 1985. The Russian question. in: Island Business Pacific (Nov).
 198. anon. 1985. Fish talks speed up. in: Island Business Pacific (Nov).
 199. anon. 1985. Fishing with Russia. in: Island Business Pacific (Aug).
 200. anon. 1985. Soviet fishing talks continue. in: Island Business Pacific (Jun).
 201. anon. 1986. Kiribati Balances Budget Without British Finance. in: Pacific Magazine (Jul).
 202. anon. 1986. Science probes the mystery of seafood poisoning. in: PIM 57(7).
 203. anon. 1986. Danish master plan. in: Island Business Pacific (Jul).
 204. anon. 1986. Seeking Japanese aid. in: Island Business Pacific (May).
 205. anon. 1986. Kiribati cools down. in: Island Business Pacific (Mar).
 206. anon. 1986. Needs must where devil drives for Kiribati. in: PIM 57(3).
 207. anon. 1986. Fishing talks drag on. in: Island Business Pacific (Feb).
 208. anon. 1986. Winning orders in Micronesia. in: Island Business Pacific (Nov).
 209. anon. 1987. Kiribati fishing rights. in: PIM 58(8).
 210. anon. 1987. How Kiribati caught tuna pirates. in: Island Business Pacific (Jun).
 211. anon. 1987. Football politics. in: Island Business Pacific (Apr).
 212. anon. 1987. Hurricane time again. in: Island Business Pacific (Feb).
 213. anon. 1987. Radio service has power cut. in: PIM 58(2).
 214. anon. 1987. Lagoon spaceport? in: Island Business Pacific (Mar).
 215. anon. 1988. Happy days for Forum, and Americans. in: Island Business Pacific (Dec).
 216. anon. 1988. Shimada Shoots Kiribati. in: Pacific Magazine (Nov).
 217. anon. 1988. Kiribati a strike casualty. in: PIM 59(10).
 218. anon. 1988. Nauru strike cuts island links. in: Island Business Pacific (Jul).
 219. anon. 1988. Tabai Talks About Kiribati. in: Pacific Magazine (May).
 220. anon. 1988. Grass-roots growth strategy. in: PIM 59(4).
 221. anon. 1988. Ieremia Tabai. in: Island Business Pacific (Dec).
 222. anon. 1989. Balboa's discovery. in: PIM 59(22).
 223. anon. 1989. Charming customs. in: PIM 59(19).
 224. anon. 1989. Air Tungaru 737 hits snag. in: PIM 59(18).
 225. anon. 1989. Handouts is no way. in: Island Business Pacific.
 226. anon. 1989. Mr. Baiteke, O.B.E., from Kiribati, sworn in as Secretary-General. in: Pacific Impact 2(2) (June).
 227. anon. 1989. Soviets seek a line to Forum fish. in: Island Business Pacific.
 228. anon. 1989. Now Kiribati eyes the tax-haven way. in: Island Business Pacific.
 229. anon. 1989. More power to Kiribati. in: Island Business Pacific.
 230. anon. 1989. Search on for ways to help atolls grow. in: Island Business Pacific.
 231. anon. 1990. Fishing in Kiribati. in: PIM 60(12).
 232. anon. 1990. Environmental health investigation in Tuvalu: Sanitation Projects in Kiribati, Solomon Islands, and Tuvalu. in: Pacific Impact 3(4) (December).
 233. anon. 1990. Tabai calls for global solidarity. in: PIM 60(11).
 234. anon. 1990. Leaving with optimism. in: Island Business Pacific.
 235. anon. 1990. Minding the mining. in: Island Business Pacific.
 236. anon. 1990. How DAMA helps the islands; four island countries get a cheaper connection. in: Island Business Pacific 16(5).
 237. anon. 1990. Christmas after World War II. in: PIM 60(4).
 238. anon. 1991. Focus: Collecting combat relics has tied one Australian man to Kiribati. in: PIM 61(11):28. UH DU1 .P145.
 239. anon. 1991. Country Profile: Kiribati. in: New Internationalist, Apr 1, 1991, n 218, p 32. UH D839 .N48.
 240. anon. 1991. Gajda's guns of Betio. in: PIM 61(11).
 241. anon. 1991. Tabai top of the polls again. in: PIM 61(6).
 242. anon. 1991. Who will take over from Tabai? in: PIM 61(4).
 243. anon. 1991. Economic boost for Banabans. in: PIM 61(3).
 244. anon. 1991. UNDP to aid in Kiribati development. in: PIM 61(2).
 245. anon. 1991. Kiribati's hope strikes a snag. in: Island Business Pacific.
 246. anon. 1991. Communications in Kiribati. in: IEE Review (May).
 247. anon. 1992. Picture Special: Fiji, Vanuatu, Kiribati, the Solomons and PNG. in: PIM 62(4):48. UH DU1 .P145.
 248. anon. 1992. Cities, islands face inundation from warming. in: Pacific Magazine (Jul).
 249. anon. 1992. A dubious dream burnt in Seville. in: Island Business Pacific.
 250. anon. 1994. Row Brews Over Closure of Kiribati Airport. in: PIM 64(5):19. UH DU1 .P145.
 251. anon. 1994. Teburoro takes charge. in: Island Business Pacific.
 252. anon. 1994. The last word? in: PIM 64(4).
 253. anon. 1994. Kiribati shipping begins new service. in: PIM 64(4).
 254. anon. 1994. Deal with Americans catches Kiribati flak. in: Island Business Pacific.
 255. anon. 1995. On patrol against the poachers. in: Island Business Pacific.
 256. anon. 1995. Kiribati's new president unveils four-year plan. in: Pacific Magazine (Mar).
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