13 william davies was a beachcomber on the hawaiian

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been controlled economically from abroad. 13. William Davies was a beachcomber on the Hawaiian Island of Oahu. He rose early and worked 12 hour days in his fields. He grew enough crops to trade when necessary. 14. a. It changed the way that Australians and New Zealanders ate.
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b. Australia significantly stepped up its industrial processing and packaging of canned and dehydrated foods, especially for war effort. c. Following the war, the cash economy, urbanization, and imported goods irrevocably changed the way islanders ate and thought about food…the introduction of fridges, freezers, and eventually microwave ovens would make the transition complete. 15. New Zealand 16. SPC stood for South Pacific Commission, now called the Secretariat of the Pacific Community. Their purpose is to carry out research all over the pacific. 17. The diet is changed drastically. These changes proved to have a devastating effect on the traditional Pacific way of life in the longer term. 18. Of the earliest of the cultures in the Pacific, Lapita was the most significant, because it was the first culture that developed over a wide area of the Pacific, and is so named after the distinctive, decorated clay pots it produced. The Lapita represented an important culture in Melanesia and Micronesia because of the clay pots, pig husbandry, and gardening. Lapita culture spread pretty vastly and flourished in Tonga between 2850- 1550 BCE. It began to decline pretty rapidly because clay was not available on many islands and atolls. 19. In 1959 Hawaii attained statehood and it was the 50 th state to the USA.
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