Polynesian Expansion Across The Pacific
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Dates of Expansion

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borders

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Micronesia, Melanesia, Polynesia

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Pacific Island Cultures

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Polynesian Discovery Part I

Proof Positive that the Polynesians had found and were trading with the Americas hundreds of years before Columbus.
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Oceania Art Gallery

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Oceania Art is an online gallery specialising in Oceanic Art: the arts of Micronesia, Melanesia, Polynesia and Australian Aboriginal Art.

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Geography-Stanley/Magorka's curator insight, October 2, 2013 11:36 AM

This is a representation of arts from Australia. It is an a example of arts as you can browse through sculptures and paintings from the indigenous Australians and Native Oceanians. Due to the fact that it is literally art, it must be an example of art.

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Archaeological evidence

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Cultural Disparity and Political Solidarity in the Melanesian Island World

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The islands of the southwestern Pacific are conventionally divided into Melanesia, Micronesia, and Polynesia, based on the writings of the French explorer Jules Dumont d’Urville from the 1830s. The etymology is Greek, with the base word nesos — hence “nesia” — meaning island, while “mela-,” micro-,” and “poly-” denote black, small, and many
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HOMO ERECTUS: JAVA MAN AND PEKING MAN AND OUT OF AFRICA THEORY | Facts and Details

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Out of Africa

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