Poulaho, King of the Friendly Islands

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This item is an image. It was created by John Webber (Swiss, b.1751, d.1793) and John Hall (British, b.1739, d.1797) on or around the date 08 Oct 2007.

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engraving on paper 289 x 225 mm - 18J. Webber del.[title]J Hall sculp. Fatafehi Paulaho, the Tu’i Tonga or Tongan King, met Cook on 27 May 1777. Cook describes that upon his departure from Ha’apai the following day, Paulaho boarded the ship “and brought me one of their Caps made or at least covered with red feathers: these Caps were much sought ...


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