Tanna

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The primary mission site used from Turner and Nisbet in 1842, though the main archaeological features relate to the use of the site by William and Agnes Watt in the 1870s-1900s. Agnes is buried here.
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Mission Site, Port Resolution, Site, Tanna
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The missionaries at Waisisi were William and Elizabeth Gray, who came from South Australia to Tanna in 1882. There are also many kastom sites in the area.
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Location, Tanna
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Port Resolution was an important place of early European contacts on Tanna.
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Location, Tanna
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Lenakel was one of the later areas on Tanna to allow missionary settlement. It was home to a significant church building.
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Location, Tanna
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The Kwamera area had one of the richest archaeological landscapes recorded for this project. Findings dated from 800 years ago through the mission period.
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Location, Tanna
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