Rapanui and outsiders: The early days

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The paper argues that contrary to published assertions, the Rapanui were sophisticated in their dealings with outsiders, owing to the fact that throughout the late 18th and early 19th centuries, they had received numerous and frequent visits from ships.
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McCall, Grant
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Illius, Bruno
Barthel, Thomas Sylvester
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1990
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