Youngsters from Leone Midkiff Elementary School, along with dozens of other local students, were able to interact with the crew of the NOAA ship Okeanos Explorer last Friday during a telepresence event held at the Tauese P.F. Sunia Ocean Center. See story in tomorrow’s issue. [photo:NMSAS]
Tapa'au Dr. Daniel Aga and Malaeoletalu Mel Gurr from the Office of Political Status made a presentation to the Nu'uuli VocTech stucents with Social Studies teacher Rosalee Shoulders to learn about American Samoa's political status and constitution.  This continues the Political Status Office’s work to disseminate information about the territory's political status. The office is looking to hold a Student Forum at the Lee Auditorium on April 10- 11. More details soon. [Courtesy photo]
Western District Governor, Paramount Chief Lualemaga Edward Faoa’s casket was carried from the church to his guest house in Tupapa A’asu by the village chiefs and aumaga after his initial church service at the CCCAS A’asu Fou Church. Lualemaga was laid to rest, yesterday, Thursday in his village of A’asu.  [Photo: THA]
American Samoa’s Historic Preservation Officer, David J. Herdrich gave the Keynote at the 28th Annual Symposium on the Maritime Archaeology and History of Hawai’i and the Pacific on  February 18th, 2017. This year’s theme was “Early Watercraft and Maps: Voyaging, Visualizing, and Revitalizing.” Herdrich presented “A History of the Development and Use of the Samoan Fautasi,” and corrected a...

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American Samoa’s Historic Preservation Officer, David J. Herdrich gave the Keynote at the 28th Annual Symposium on the Maritime Archaeology and History of Hawai’i and the Pacific on  February 18th, 2017. This year’s theme was “Early Watercraft and Maps: Voyaging, Visualizing, and Revitalizing.”...
February 27, 2017

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