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Saipan, A Brief History

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By Don A. Farrell

Micronesian Productions is pleased to present this updated and enlarged edition of Saipan, A Brief History. It is dedicated to all who were born here, to those who have chosen to make Saipan their home, to those who visit this beautiful island and to those who cannot visit, but are interested in our unique history.

Contents include: Marianas prehistory, Western contact, the Spanish Administration, the German Administration, the Japanese Administration, the combat phase, the internment camps, the operational phase, Captain Oba's fight, the American Naval administration, Saipan a capitol island, and Saipan today.

Book includes many black and white and color photography, as well as illustrations and maps. Soft cover. 113 pages. Approximately 8.5 inches by 11 inches.

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Saipan, A Brief History

By Don A. Farrell

Micronesian Productions is pleased to present this updated and enlarged edition of Saipan, A Brief History. It is dedicated to all who were born here, to those who have chosen to make Saipan their home, to those who visit this beautiful island and to those who cannot visit, but are interested in our unique history.

Contents include: Marianas prehistory, Western contact, the Spanish Administration, the German Administration, the Japanese Administration, the combat phase, the internment camps, the operational phase, Captain Oba's fight, the American Naval administration, Saipan a capitol island, and Saipan today.

Book includes many black and white and color photography, as well as illustrations and maps. Soft cover. 113 pages. Approximately 8.5 inches by 11 inches.

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