- Title Pages
- Notes for Readers
2Historiographical Absences and Archaeological Consequences
3The Abandonment of Alofi Island (Western Polynesia) before Missionary Times
4When “Early” Modern Colonialism Comes Late
5From First Encounters to Sustained Engagement and Alienation
6“Great Powers” in the Pacific Islands
7Spain in the Mariana Islands, 1521–1898
8The Archaeological Remains of Early Modern Spanish Colonialism on Guam and Their Implications
9Jesuit Missionary Work in the Mariana Islands (1668–1769)
10Island Taiwan in the Seventeenth Century
11Encountering the Wider World before the Transition to History
- Historical Archaeology of Early Modern Colonialism in Asia-Pacific
- University Press of Florida
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