Marshall Islands History
Eclectic Bibliography

compiled by Dirk H.R. Spennemann




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Adams, W.H. & R.E.Ross
1989Progress Report of Intensive Archaeological Survey of Taroa Island, Maloelap Atoll, Republic of the Marshall Islands. Report to the Micronesian Endowment for Historical Preservation. Ms. on file, Alele Museum, Majuro, Republic of the Marshall Islands.


Adams, W.M., R.E.Ross & B.L.Krause
1990Archaeological Survey of Taroa Island, Maloelap Atoll, Republic of the Marshall Islands. Report prepared for the Micronesian Endowment for Historic Preservation. March 10, 1990.


Advisory Council on Historic Preservation
1984National Historic Preservation Act of 1966, as amended. 2nd edition. Washington: Advisory Council on Historic Preservation.


Aea, H
1948 The History of Ebon (1862), Hawaiian Historic Society 56th Annual Report 1947.


Aiman, E
1944 American acquisition and development of minor Pacific Islands. M.A.Thesis, University of Chicago. Chicago.
Thesis discussing the history and politics of the U.S. excpansion in the Pacific. Focusses on the acquistion of Pacific Islands in the 19th century. Includes discussion on Wake.


Alden, J
1842 Journal kept on board in the sloop-of-war U.S.S. Vincennes, U.S. Exploring Expedition to the Pacific. August 7, 1838-June 22, 1842. original manuscript owned by Mariners Museum, Newport News, Virginia. On microfilm available by Pacific Manuscripts Bureau Microfilm No. 89.


Andrews
1827Logbook of the whaler Lima of Nantucket , Captain Andrews, for the years 1827-1830. Original logbook owned by Whaling Museum Nantucket, Mass. On microfilm available by Pacific Manuscripts Bureau Microfilm No. 1829.
Whaling logbook on the voyage to the Pacific whaling grounds containing a reference to Wake Atoll (Entry for 30 April -2 May 1829).


Anlagen
1901/02 Anlagen zum Jahresbericht über die Entwicklung der Deutschen Schutzgebiete in Afrika und der Suedsee (Beilagen zum Deutschen Kolonialblatt) 1901/1902, 122.

1903/04 Anlagen zum Jahresbericht über die Entwicklung der Deutschen Schutzgebiete in Afrika und der Suedsee (Beilagen zum Deutschen Kolonialblatt) 1903/04, 107.

1904 Anlagen zum Jahresbericht über die Entwicklung der Deutschen Schutzgebiete in Afrika und der Suedsee (Beilagen zum Deutschen Kolonialblatt) 1904, 85.

1907/08Anlagen zum Jahresbericht über die Entwicklung der Deutschen Schutzgebiete in Afrika und der Suedsee (Beilagen zum Deutschen Kolonialblatt) 1907/08, 15


Anonymous
1885Kolonialpolitische Vorgänge: Deutsche Besitzergreifung der Marshall-Inseln.Deutsche Kolonialzeitung 2, 759-760.
The report gives a general overview of the state of the Marshall Islands after the German Gorvernment bought the islands from Spain. The report discusses a wide range of aspects, but mainly concentrates on trade.

1886Die Verhältnisse auf den Marshallinseln. Deutsche Kolonialzeitung 3, 789-794.
The report gives a general overview of the state of the Marshall islands one year after the German Gorvernment bought the islands from Spain. The report discusses a wide range of aspects, but mainly concentrates on trade.

1892 Jahresbericht betreffend das Schutzgebiet der Marshall Inseln. Deutsches Kolonialblatt 3, 332-226.
Annual Colonial report providing background information and economical data on the Marshall Islands district for the report period 1-4-1891 to 31-3-1892.

1893 Jahresbericht betreffend das Schutzgebiet der Marshall Inseln (1892-1893). Deutsches Kolonialblatt 4, 383-386.
Annual Colonial report providing background information and economical data on the Marshall Islands district for the report period 1-4-1892 to 31-3-1893.<p>

1895aDenkschriften betreffend (Jahresberichte über) das Schutzgebiet der Marschall-Inseln (1893-1894). Stenographische Berichte über die Verhandlungen des Reichstages, 1895.
Official parliamentary records on the situation in the Marshall Islands for the period 1893-1894.The report gives an overview on the economy, health and law and order of the Marshall Islands.

1896Denkschriften betreffend (Jahresberichte über) das Schutzgebiet der Marschall-Inseln (1894-1895). Stenographische Berichte über die Verhandlungen des Reichstages, 1896.
Official parliamentary records on the situation in the Marshall Islands for the period 1894-1895.The report gives an overview on the economy, health and law and order of the Marshall Islands. A section discusses in deatil which European plants do well on Jaluit, and which don't.

1897 Denkschriften betreffend (Jahresberichte über) das Schutzgebiet der Marschall-Inseln (1895-1896). Stenographische Berichte über die Verhandlungen des Reichstages, 1897.
Official parliamentary records on the situation in the Marshall Islands for the period 1895-1896.The report gives an overview on the economy, health and law and order of the Marshall Islands

1898 Denkschriften betreffend (Jahresberichte über) das Schutzgebiet der Marschall-Inseln (1896-1897). Stenographische Berichte über die Verhandlungen des Reichstages, 1898.
Official parliamentary records on the situation in the Marshall Islands for the period 1896-1897.The report gives an overview on the economy, health, education and law and order of the Marshall Islands. The report mentions that the irooj laplap have been conscripted to build hospitals. The reprot mentiosn that the first missionary of the Sacred Heart Mission came from the Gilbert Islands (Kiribati) and established a small lay mission on Jaluit.

1898 To occupy Wake Island. Warship Bennington ordered to hoist our flag upon it. Is between Hawaii and Guam. Admirably adapted for use as a station for the proposed cable to the Phillipines. New York Times December 24, 1898. Page 1.

1898 To take Wake Island This government needs it for a cable station. Washington Post 24 December 1898.
Newspaper article on the intended annexation of Wake Atoll by Index by a U.S. Navy vessel.

1898Attractive Wake Island. The notable possession in the Pacific over which Gen. Greene raised the Stars and Stripes. New York Times 31 July 1898 Page 19.
General account of the annexation Wake Atoll by. Brig.Gen.Francis Greene of the 2nd Detachment of the Philippine Expeditionary Force. Contains general account of the geogrpahy if history of the atoll.

1898Troops on Wake Island. Stirring celebration of the Fourth of July on this lonely atoll of the Pacific. Our soldiers went ashore. Gen. Greene made an eloquent address to his comrades. Description of the island. A day well remembered. New York Times 29 August 1898. Page 4.
General account of the annexation Wake Atoll by. Brig.Gen.Francis Greene of the 2nd Detachment of the Philippine Expeditionary Force. Contains general account of the geogrpahy if history of the atoll.

1898Wake Island seized. New York Herald 22 July 1898.
Newspaper article on the annexation of Wake Atoll by U.S. Army transports returning from the Philippines.

1899Denkschriften betreffend (Jahresberichte über) das Schutzgebiet der Marschall-Inseln (1897-1898). Stenographische Berichte über die Verhandlungen des Reichstages, 1899.
Official parliamentary records on the situation in the Marshall Islands for the period 1897-1898.The report gives an overview on the economy, health, education and law and order of the Marshall Islands. A census undertaken showed the population to be 11,081 persons.

1900Denkschriften betreffend (Jahresberichte über) das Schutzgebiet der Marschall-Inseln (1898-1899). Stenographische Berichte über die Verhandlungen des Reichstages, 1900.
Official parliamentary records on the situation in the Marshall Islands for the period 1898-1899. The reports includes a description of the effects of a tsunami.


Armagnac, A.P
1938Uncle Sam's new ocean empire. Popular Science Monthly 132 (6),June 1938, 22-25;107.


Athens, J.S
1985 Archaeological Reconnaissance Survey of six islets at Kwajalein Atoll, Marshall Islands. Appendix prepared for Sea Engineering Inc., In: Draft Environmental Impact Statement/US Department of the Army Permit Application , Discharge of Fill material for the Kwajalein Atoll Causeway Project. Kwajalein Atoll, Republic of the Marshall Islands. Fort Shafter, Hawaii: U.S.Army Corps of Engineers.


Australia
1902Commonwealth of Australia. Notes on German Colonies - New Guinea, Samoa, Marshall Islandsfor the year 1902. Australian Archives, Record A 6661/1 850. Australian Archives, A.C.T. Regional Repository, Canberra, Australia.

Bancroft, H.H
1899The New Pacific. New York: The Bancroft Co.


Barratt, Glynn
1981Russia in Pacific waters, 1715-1825. A survey of the origins of Russia's naval presence in the North and South Pacific. Vancouver & London: University of British Columbia Press
The book provides background information on the motives behind the Russian presence in the Pacific. Little detailed information is given on the Marschall islands. Unfortunatly little work has been done to correlate the Russian names of islands with the common western or Marshallese spelling/nomenclature.


Bartsch, W.H
1986Wreck Discovery: Unknown Maloelap. After the Battle, 54. London: Battle of Britain Prints International Ltd. Pp. 28-41.


Beaglehole, J.C
1966The Exploration of the Pacific. 3rd edition. Stanford: Stanford University Press.


Bedford, R
1905The circled continent. The Germans and a copra coup. Sydney Morning Herald 25 November 1905.


Bellwood, P.S
1978Mans conquest of the Pacific. The prehistory of Southeast Asia and Oceania. Collins: Auckland, Sydney, London


Benton, E.J
1908International law and diplomacy of the Spanish-American War. The Albert Shaw Lectures on Diplomatic History 1907. Baltimore: John Hopkins Press.


Bettis, Leland, Ketson Johnson, Samuel F. McPhetres, Donald R. Shuster, and Roniti Teiwaki
1994Micronesia in Review: Issues and Events, 1 July 1992 to 30 June 1993. Contemporary Pacific 6, (Spring 1994): 163-176.


Biermann, Max
1891 Von den Marshallinseln. Deutsches Kolonialblatt 2, 321-332.
The report gives an account of the undertakings of the German Colonial Administrator, in which he discusses the succession of power on Majuro and land disputes on Mile.


Biskup, P
1968 Dr. Albert Hahl-sketch of a German Colonial Official. Australian Journal of Politics and History 144, 342-357.


Boggs, S.W
1938American contributions to the geographical knowledge of the Central Pacific.Geographical Review 28(2), 177-192.
Paper discussing the history of the American explorations in the Central Pacific, ranging from whalers and Guano hunters to the U.S.Exploring expedition.


Bradley, C., M.Kurtz, R.Livingston, T.Mulligan, M.Parseghian, P.Vanderveer & J.Yale
1978List of Logbooks of U.S. Navy Ships, Stations and Miscellaneous Units, 1801-1947. Special List 44. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Service, General Services Administration.


Brandeis, Antonie
1898Von den Marshallinseln. Deutsches Kolonialblatt 11: 248-249.

1908Nauru. Deutsche Kolonialzeitung 25(34), 599-600.

1908Südsee-Erinnerungen. Deutsche Kolonialzeitung 25(1), 6-7; 25(2), 20-22; 25(3), 36-38.


Brandeis, Eugen
1892Jahresbericht betreffend das Schutzgebiet der Marshall Inseln. Deutsches Kolonialblatt 3, 332-336.
Annual Colonial report providing background information and economical data for the report period 1-4-1891 to 31-3-1892.

1899Jahresbericht des Landeshauptmannes auf Jaluit 1. April 1898 bis 31. März 1899. In Acta betreffend Jahresschriften Allgemeinen Inhaltes auf den Marshall Inseln vom November 1894 bis Oktober 1900. Auswärtiges Amt Kolonial-Amt Avii Denkschriften in Bd. 2. No. 6525. National Library of Australia, Canberra. Microfilm G8600.

1900Jahresbericht über Entwicklung des Schutzgebietes der Marshall Inseln (vom 1. April 1899 bis 31. März 1900). In Acta betreffend Jahresschriften Allgemeinen Inhaltes auf den Marshall Inseln vom November 1900 bis Januar 1911. Auswärtiges Amt Kolonial-Amt Avii Denkschriften in Bd. 3. No. 6526. Microfilm G8600Annual Colonial report providing background information and economical data

1901 Jahresbericht über Entwicklung des Schutzgebietes der Marshall Inseln (vom 1. April 1900 bis 31. März 1901). In Acta betreffend Jahresschriften Allgemeinen Inhaltes auf den Marshall Inseln vom November 1900 bis Januar 1911. Auswärtiges Amt Kolonial-Amt Avii Denkschriften in Bd. 3. No. 6526. Microfilm G8600Annual Colonial report providing background information and economical data

1906Jahresbericht über Entwicklung des Schutzgebietes der Marshall Inseln (vom 1. April 1905 bis 31. März 1906). In Acta betreffend Jahresschriften Allgemeinen Inhaltes auf den Marshall Inseln vom November 1900 bis Januar 1911. Auswärtiges Amt Kolonial-Amt Avii Denkschriften in Bd. 3. No. 6526. Microfilm G8600Annual Colonial report providing background information and economical data

1892Jahresbericht betreffend das Schutzgebiet der Marshall Inseln. Deutsches Kolonialblatt 3, 332-336.

Brown, J.W.
1859Second cruise of the Morning Star. Nautical Magazine. 28, 281-287.

Brown, J.W
1859Second cruise of the Morning Star. Nautical Magazine. 28, 281-287.


Bryan, E.H. jr
1942American Polynesia and the Hawaiian Chain. Honolulu: Tongg Publishing Co.


Bryan, E.H., jr
1941American Polynesia. Coral islands of the Central Pacific. Honololu: Tongg Publications Ltd.
General geography and history of the Central Pacific islands claimed at one stage by the United States.


Bryan, Edwin H., jr
1972Life in the Marshall Islands. Honolulu, Hawaii: Pacific Scientific Information Center.


Buckley, K. and Klugman, K
1981The history of Burns Philp. The Australian company in the South Pacific. Sydney: Burns Philp & Co.
History of the Australian trading Company Burns Philp and its Pacific operations. Contains sections dealing with the obstructions by the German colonial administration.

1983 "The Australian Presence in the Pacific" Burns Philp 1914-1946.Sydney: Allen & Unwin.
History of the Australian trading Company Burns Philp and its Pacific operations. Contains sections dealing with the obstructions by the Japanese Mandate administration.


Bunsen, H. von
1904Mein Leben auf einer Koralleninsel. Velhagen & Klasings Monatshefte 18.


Bywater, H
1921Sea-power in the Pacific; a study of the American-Japanese naval problem. Boston & New York: Houghton, Mifflin Co.

1935Sea-power in the Pacific; a study of the American-Japanese naval problem. Revised edition. Boston & New York: Houghton, Mifflin Co.


Cameron,, J
1923John Cameron's Odyssey. New York:


Carano, P. & P.C.Sanchez
1964A complete history of Guam. Rutland, Vermont: Ch.Tuttle & Co.
A history of Guam which touches on events in the Marshall Islands and on Wake Atoll related to Guam's development.


Carter, K.C & R.Mueller
1973The Army Air Force in World War II. Combat Chronology 1941-1945. Washington: Albert Simpson Historical Center, Air University & Office of Air Force History, Headquarters USAF.


Chamisso, A. von
1986A yoyage around the world with the Romanzov exloring expedition in the years 1815-1818 in the Brig Rurick, Captain Otto von Kotzebue. (translated by H.Kratz). Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press.


Chamisso, A. von
1836Reise um die Welt. Leipzig.
1986A yoyage around the world with the Romanzov exloring expedition in the years 1815-1818 in the Brig Rurick, Captain Otto von Kotzebue. (translated by H.Kratz). Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press.

Choris, L
1822Voyage pittoresque autor de monde, avec des Potraits de Suvages d'Amerique, d'Asie, d'Afrique, et des Isles du Grand Ocean; des Paysages, des Vues Maritimes, et Plusieurs Objects d'JHistoire Naturelles; Accompagne de Descriptions par M. Le Baron Cuvier, et M.A. de Chamisso, et d'observations sure les crans humains par M. le Docteur Gall. Paris: Imprimerie de Firman Didot.


Christian, F.W
1899The Caroline Islands. Travels in the sea of the little islands. London: Methuen & Co.
Travelogue and ethnography of the Caroline Islands, with remarks on the Marshall Islands and Palau.


Clyde, P.H
1935Japan's Pacific Mandate. New York: Macmillan.


Cordy, Ross H
1979Majuro's historic properties and their management. Manuscript, Historic Preservation Office, Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands, Saipan, Marianas
Part of the report was incorporated into McCoy 1981.


Coulter, John Wesley
1957 The Pacific Dependencies of the United States. New York: MacMillan.


Courson, M
1970Beautiful downtown Wake Island. Beacon, Magazine of Hawaii 10(7), 19-23.
The article discusses the improvements of the vegatation of Wake Atoll as a result of a planting programme by the University of Hawaii.


Craib, John
1989Archaeology reconnaissance survey and sampling, U.S.Army Kwajalein Atoll facility (USAKA), Kwajalein Atoll, Republic of the Marshall Islands, Micronesia. Report prepared by J.Craib with contributions by T.Bonhomme, Joyce Clevenger, Nancy Farrell, Orrin Sage Report submitted to U.S.Army Engineer District, Honolulu, Fort Shafter, Hawaii.


Craven, W.F. & J.C.Kate
1950The Army Air Forces in World War II. Vol. 4: The Pacific: Guadalcanal to Saipan August 1942 to July 1944. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.


Crowl, P.A. & E.G.Lowe
1955Seizure of the Gilberts and the Marshalls. The War in the Pacific. United States Army in World War II. Washington: Office of the Chief of Military History, Department of the Army.


de Smith, Stanley A
1970(Ed.). Microstates and Micronesia: Problems of America's Pacific Islands and Other Minute Territories. New York: New York University Press, 1970.


Deecken, R
1901 Die Marshall Inseln. Deutsche Kolonialzeitung 18,393.
General description of the German Colony on Jaluit Atoll.


Denfeld, D.C
1980An Historic site survey of Kwajalein Missile Range, Kwajalein Atoll, Marshall Islands. Pacific Studies Institute, Agana, Guam. Contract No. DACW-79-C-0028, P00005. (not seen).

1981Japanese fortifications and other military structures in the Central Pacific. Micronesian Archaeological Survey Report No. 9. Saipan: Historic Preservation Office, Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands.


deRienzi, M.G.L.Domeny
1836Oceanie, ou cinquime partie du monde. Revue Geographique..Paris: Firmin Diderot & Freres et Cie.


deRienzi, M.G.L.Domeny
1840Oceanien, der fünfte Theil der Welt. Geographische Revue. Freiburg.


Devoll
1848Logbook of the whaler Marengo of New Bedford , Captain Devoll, for the years 1848-1851. Original logbook owned by Free Public Library, New Bedford, Mass. On microfilm available by Pacific Manuscripts Bureau Microfilm No. 346.
Whaling logbook on the voyage to the Pacific whaling grounds containing a reference to Wake Atoll (Entry for 28 March 1849).


Dibblin, Jane
1990Day of Two Suns: U.S. Nuclear Testing and the Pacific Islanders. New York: New Amsterdam Books.


Dickson, D
1939Wake Island. Paradise of the Pacific 51(4), 6 (25 April 1939).
Historical note on Wake Atoll written under a pseudonym by Edwin North McClellan.


Dorrance, John C
1992The United States and the Pacific Islands. Westport, CT: Praeger.


Dye, T.S
1987Archaeological survey and test excavations on Arno Atoll, Marshall Islands. In: T.Dye (ed.), Marshall Islands Archaeology. Pacific Anthropological Records 38. Honolulu: Department of Anthropology, Bernice P. Bishop Museum. Pp. 271-399


Dyer, G
1972The Amphibians came to conquer: The story of Admiral Richmond Kelly Turner. Washington, DC: U.S.P.G.O.


Edelmann, L.M
1920 Logbook for U.S.S.Newport News for the year 1.January - 31.December 1920. United States National Archives, Record Group 24, Logbooks of U.S.Naval Vessels.


Eisenhart, Otto
1880 Acht Monate unter Eingeborenen auf Ailu (Marshall-Gruppe). Aus allen Weltteilen, 19, 1880, 207; 223; 250.


Eisenhart, Otto
1888 Acht Monate unter den Eingeborenen auf Ailu (Marshall-Gruppe). Aus allen Welttheilen 19, 207-208, 223-226, 250-252.

Fabricius, Walter
1992Nauru 1888-1900. An account in German and English based on official records of the colonial section of the Foreign Office, held by the Deustches Zentralarchiv Potsdam. Canberra: Division of Pacific and Asian History, Research School of Pacific Studies, Australian National University.


Fallan, Joseph E
1991Federal Policy and U.S. Territories: the Political Restructuring of the United States of America. Pacific Affairs 64, (Spring 1991): 23-41.


Fifield, R.H
1946Disposal of the Carolines, Marshalls and Marianas at the Paris Peace Conference American Historical Review 51(3), 472-479.


Finsch, Otto
1880 Reise nach den Marschall-Inseln. Sitzungsberichte der Berliner anthropologischen Gesellschaft XII.

1882Bericht über Reisen in der Südsee. Verhandlungen der Gesellschaft fuer Erdkunde, Berlin. IX.

1886Die Marschall-Inseln. Die Gartenlaube.34, 37-38.


Firth, Stewart
1987Nuclear Playground. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press.


Friedrichs, K
1865Marschall-Inseln.. Globus VIII, 351.


Fueta, K
1947Evidence given during interrogation. In: USSBS 1947a, United States Strategic Bombing Survey, The American campaign against Wotje, Maloelap, Mille and Jaluit. Washington: Naval Analysis Section, United States Strategic Bombing Survey. Pp. 225-232.


Gale, R. W
1979The Americanization of Micronesia: A Study of the Consolidation of U.S. Rule in the Pacific. Washington, D. C.: University Press of America, 1979


Gardener, E
182A few remarks on a whaling voyage from the Sandwich islands to the coast of Japan. Logbook of the whaler Foster of New Bedford, Captain S.Chase, logbook for the years 1823-1824 kept by E.Gardener. Original logbook owned by Nicholson Whaling Collection, Providence Public Library, Providence, Rhode Island. On microfilm available by Pacific Manuscripts Bureau Microfilm No. 862.
Whaling logbook on the voyage to the Pacific whaling grounds containing a reference to Wake Atoll (Entry for 3 May 1823). The reference mentions that the crew went ashore for obtaining firewood and that they also collected fish and beche-de-mer in the lagoon.


Gilbert, Th
1789 Voyage from New South Wales to Canton in the year 1788 with views of the islands discovered by Thomas Gilbert Esqu., commander of the Charlotte. London.
The paper describes a trip to Ailuk and comments on the various aspects of daily life.


Grattan, C. Hartley
1963 The Southwest Pacific Since 1900: A Modern History. Edited by Allan Nevins and Howard M. Ehrman. 1st ed, The University of Michigan History of the Modern World. Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Press.


Grattan, C. Hartley
1963The Southwest Pacific to 1900: A Modern History. Edited by Allan Nevins and Howard M. Ehrman. 1st ed, The University of Michigan History of the Modern World. Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Press.


Grundemann, D.
1887Unser kleinstes Schutzgebiet, die Marschallinseln. Deutsche Kolonialzeitung 4, 441-444.

Grundemann, D
1887Unser kleinstes Schutzgebiet, die Marschallinseln. Deutsche Kolonialzeitung 4, 441-444.


Grundemann, R.
1889Die evangelische Mission in den deutschen Schutzgebieten der Südsee. Deutsche Kolonialzeitung 6, 100-112.

Gulick, Luther Halsey
1862The Marshall-Islands. Nautical Magazine P.298


Hager, Carl
1886Die Marshall Inseln in Erd- und Völkerkunde, Handel und Mission. Leipzig: G.Lingke.


Hahl, Albert
1937 Governeurs-Jahre in Neu Guinea. Berlin: Dr. Reimer. [not seen]


Hahl, Albert
1942 Deutsch-Neuguinea. Berlin: Dr. Reimer [not seen]


Hahl, Albert
1980Governor in New Guinea Berlin: Dr. Reimer, Peter G. Sack and Dymphna Clark. (eds) Canberra: Australian National University Press.


Hart, T.C
1922 Logbook for U.S.S.Beaver for the year 1.January - 31.December 1922. United States National Archives, Record Group 24, Logbooks of U.S.Naval Vessels.


Hashimoto, M
1954Sunk: The story of the Japanese Submarine Fleet 1941-1945. New York: H.Holt & Co.


Hathaway
1847 Logbook of the whaler Pioneer of New Bedford , Captain Hathaway, for the years 1847-1851. Original logbook owned by Nicholson Whaling Collection, Providence Public Library, Providence, Rhode Island. On microfilm available by Pacific Manuscripts Bureau Microfilm No. 881.
Whaling logbook on the voyage to the Pacific whaling grounds containing a reference to Wake Atoll (Entry for 20 April 1850).


Haushofer, K
1924Geopolitik des Pazifischen Ozeans. Studien über die Wechselbeziehungen zwischen Geographie und Geschichte. Berlin-Grunewald: K.Vohwinckel Verlag.
Study on the geopolitical situation of the Pacific Ocean region and the Pacific Rim states following the political changes in the wake of World War I. The study discusses the strategic importance of small islands and atolls for cable links and flying boat harbours.


Heine, Carl
1974 Micronesia at the Crossroads: A Reappraisal of the Micronesian Political Dilemma. Honolulu: East-West Center, University Press of Hawaii.


Heinl, R.D & J.A.Crown
1954The Marshalls: increasing the tempo. Washington: Headquarters U.S.Marine Corps, Historical Branch, G-3 Division.


Helfferich, Dr
1905Zur Reform der kolonialen Verwaltungs-Organisation. Berlin: E.S. Mittler & Sons.


Hempenstall, Peter J. and Rutherford, Noel
1984Protest and dissent in the colonial Pacifc. Suva: University of the South Pacific.


Hempenstall, Peter J
1978Pacific Islanders under German rule. A study in the meaning of colonial resistance. Canberra: Australian University Press.


Hempenstall, Peter J
1987The neglected empire: the superstructure of the Colonial State in German Melanesia. in: Knoll, Arthur J. and Lewis H. Gann, (eds) Germans in the tropics: essays in German colonial history. New York: Greenwood Press. Pp. 93-118


Hernsheim, Franz
1883 Südsee-Erinnerungen. Berlin.
The chapter on the Marschall islands (pp.75-93) gives a not very detailed overview on the Marshallese culture, mainly using Jaluit as a point of reference.


Hernsheim, Franz
1887Die Marshall-Inseln. Mittheilungen der geographischen Gesellschaft in Hamburg 1885-1886 (1887), 297-308.


Hezel, Francis J
1979Foreign ships in Micronesia. A compendium of ship contacts with the Caroline and Marshall Islands 1521-1885. Saipan, Mariana Is.: F.J.Hezel & Trust Territory Historic Preservation Office.


Hezel, Francis X.
1983The First Taint of Civilisation. A History of the Caroline and Marshall Islands in Pre-Colonial Days, 1521-1885. Pacific Islands Monographs Series, No.1. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press.

Hezel, Francis X
1983 The First Taint of Civilisation. A History of the Caroline and Marshall Islands in Pre-Colonial Days, 1521-1885. Pacific Islands Monographs Series, No.1. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press.


Hezel, Rev. Francis X., and M.L. Berg, eds
1972 Micronesia: Winds of Change. Saipan: Omnibus Social Studies Program of the Trust Territory, 1980.


Hiery, Hans J
1995Das Deutsche Reich in der Südsee (1900-1921). Eine Annäherung and die Erfahrungen verschiedener Kulturen. Göttingen: Vandenhoeck und Rupprecht.


Hiery, Hans J
1995The neglected war. The German South Pacific and the influence of World War I. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press.


Hobbs, W.H
1945The fortress islands of the Pacific. Ann Arbor, Mi.:J.V.Edwards
Assessment of the U.S.Pacific possessions and their strategic role following World War II.


Hough, F.O., V.E.Ludwig & H.E.Shaw
1958History of U.S. Marine Corps operations in World War II. Volume I: Pearl Harbur to Guadalcanal.Washington, D.C.: Historical Branch, G-3 Division, U.S.Marine Corps.


Hough, F.O
1947The Islands war. The U.S. Marine Corps in the Pacific. Philadelphia & New York: J.P.Lippincott & Co.
Comprehensive history of the actions of the U.S. Marine Corps in the Pacific War, contains a section on Wake Atoll.


Howard, C. & J.Whitley
1946One damned island after another. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press.


Howland, C.P
1930Survey of American Foreign relations. New Haven:
Discusses in passing the political status of Wake Atoll.


Huber, E.R
1982Deutsche Verfassungsgschichte seit 1789. Bd. IV. Struktur und Krisen des Kaiserreiches. Stuttgart: W. Kohlhammer.


Humphrey, O.J
1887The wreck of the Rainier. A sailor's narrative. Portland: W.H.Stevens & Co.


Hunneywell
1824Logbook of the whaler Mentor of Nantucket, Captain ?, for the years 1827-1830. Original logbook owned by Whaling Museum Nantucket, Mass. On microfilm available by Pacific Manuscripts Bureau Microfilm No. 385.
Whaling logbook on the voyage to the Pacific whaling grounds containing a reference to Wake Atoll (Entry for 29 December 1824).


Irmer, Georg
1894Jahresbericht des Landeshauptmannes auf Jaluit 1. April 1893 bis 31. März 1894. In Acta betreffend Jahresschriften Allgemeinen Inhaltes auf den Marshall Inseln vom November 1894 bis Oktober 1900. Auswärtiges Amt Kolonial-Amt Avii Denkschriften in Bd. 2. No. 6525. National Library of Australia, Canberra. Microfilm G8600Annual Colonial report providing background information and economical data

1895a Jahresbericht des Landeshauptmannes auf Jaluit 1. April 1894 bis 31. März 1895. In Acta betreffend Jahresschriften Allgemeinen Inhaltes auf den Marshall Inseln vom November 1894 bis Oktober 1900. Auswärtiges Amt Kolonial-Amt Avii Denkschriften in Bd. 2. No. 6525. National Library of Australia, Canberra. Microfilm G8600Annual Colonial report providing background information and economical data

1896Jahresbericht des Landeshauptmannes auf Jaluit 1. April 1895 bis 31. März 1896. In Acta betreffend Jahresschriften Allgemeinen Inhaltes auf den Marshall Inseln vom November 1894 bis Oktober 1900. Auswärtiges Amt Kolonial-Amt Avii Denkschriften in Bd. 2. No. 6525. National Library of Australia, Canberra. Microfilm G8600Annual Colonial report providing background information and economical data

1897Jahresbericht des Landeshauptmannes auf Jaluit 1. April 1896 bis 31. März 1897. In Acta betreffend Jahresschriften Allgemeinen Inhaltes auf den Marshall Inseln vom November 1894 bis Oktober 1900. Auswärtiges Amt Kolonial-Amt Avii Denkschriften in Bd. 2. No. 6525. National Library of Australia, Canberra. Microfilm G8600Annual Colonial report providing background information and economical data

1915Völkerdämmerung im Stillen Ozean. Leipzig: S. Hirzel.


Jacobs, W.V.E
1910Report to the Secretary of the Treasury of investigation and apprehension of Japanese plumage hunters in January 1910. Record Group 26 (126?), U.S. National Archives, Washington.
Manuscript detailing the operations of Japanese feather poachers in the north-western Hawaian Chain. Has relevance to similar operations on Eneen-Kio.


Japanese Government
1922Report on the administration of the territory under Japanese Mandate [for 1921]. C 189.1922VI. Commnique aux membres du Conceil 1/18085/18085. 6 April 1922. Contained in Commonwealth of Australia, External Affairs Department, Australian Archives, Record No. A981/1. Marshall and Caroline Islands 2 Part 1. Australian Archives, A.C.T. Regional Repository, Canberra, Australia.
1923Annual report to the League of Nations on the administration of the South Sea islands under Japanese Mandate for the year 1923. [Tokyo]: Japanese Government.
1924Annual report to the League of Nations on the administration of the South Sea islands under Japanese Mandate for the year 1924. [Tokyo]: Japanese Government.
1927Annual report to the League of Nations on the administration of the South Sea islands under Japanese Mandate for the year 1927. [Tokyo]: Japanese Government.
1928Annual report to the League of Nations on the administration of the South Sea islands under Japanese Mandate for the year 1928. [Tokyo]: Japanese Government.
1929Annual report to the League of Nations on the administration of the South Sea islands under Japanese Mandate for the year 1929. [Tokyo]: Japanese Government.
1931Annual report to the League of Nations on the administration of the South Sea islands under Japanese Mandate for the year 1931. [Tokyo]: Japanese Government.
1932Annual report to the League of Nations on the administration of the South Sea islands under Japanese Mandate for the year 1932. [Tokyo]: Japanese Government.
1934Annual report to the League of Nations on the administration of the South Sea islands under Japanese Mandate for the year 1934. [Tokyo]: Japanese Government.
1935Annual report to the League of Nations on the administration of the South Sea islands under Japanese Mandate for the year 1935. [Tokyo]: Japanese Government.
1936Annual report to the League of Nations on the administration of the South Sea islands under Japanese Mandate for the year 1936. [Tokyo]: Japanese Government.
1937Annual report to the League of Nations on the administration of the South Sea islands under Japanese Mandate for the year 1937. [Tokyo]: Japanese Government.
1938Annual report to the League of Nations on the administration of the South Sea islands under Japanese Mandate for the year 1938. [Tokyo]: Japanese Government.

Jeschke, Carl
1905Bericht über den Orkan in den Marschall-Inseln am 30. Juni 1905. Petermanns Mitteilungen 51, 248-249
1906Bericht über die Marschall-Inseln. Petermanns Mitteilungen 52, 270-277.

Johnson, Giff, Samuel McPhetres, Julie Olsson, Donald R. Shuster, and Roniti Teiwaki
1993 Micronesia in Review: Issues and Events, 1 July 1991 to 30 June 1992,Contemporary Pacific 5, (Spring 1993): 133-149.


Johnson, Giff
1984Collision Course at Kwajalein: Marshall Islanders in the Shadow of the Bomb. Honolulu: Pacific Concerns Resource Center, 1984.


Jones, Peter D
1988From Bikini to Belau: the Nuclear Colonization of the Pacific. London: War Resisters International.


Kennedy, P.M
1974The Samoan Tangle. A study in Anglo-German-American relations 1878-1900. Dublin: The Irish University Press.
A study on the relations of three colonial powers and the handling of the Samoa crisis. The study includes geopolitical aspects, as well as background information on the role of the Marshall Islands.


Kirchhoff
1880Die Südseeinseln und der deutsche Südseehandel


Kiste, Robert C
1968Kili Island: A study of the relocation of the Ex-Bikini Marshallese. Eugene, Oregon: Department of Anthropology, University of Oregon.


Kiste, Robert C
1974The Bikinians: A Study in Forced Migration. Menlo Park, CA: Cummings Publishing Co.


Kiste, Robert C
1987History of the People of Enewetak Atoll in Devaney, D.N., E.S.Reese, B.L.Burch & P.Helfrich, The Natural History of Enewetak Atoll. Volume I. The Ecosystem: Environments, Biotas, and Processes. Oak Ridge, Ten.: U.S.Department of Energy, Office of Scientific and Technical Information. Pp. 17 - 26.


Kitajima
1947Evidence given during interrogation. In: USSBS 1947a, United States Strategic Bombing Survey, The American campaign against Wotje, Maloelap, Mille and Jaluit. Washington: Naval Analysis Section, United States Strategic Bombing Survey. Pp. P. 59.


Kluge, P.F
1991The Edge of Paradise: America in Micronesia. New York: Random House, 1991.


Kotzebue, O.von
1821Entdeckungsreise in the Südsee und nach der Bering Strasse. Weimar.

Kotzebue, Otto von
1821A voyage of discovery into the South Sea and Beering's Straits. for the purpose of exploring a north-east passage undertaken in the years 1815-1818, at the expense of His Highness the Chancellor of the Empire, Count Romanzoff in the ship Rurick, under the command of the Lieutenant in the Russian Imperial Navy, Otto von Kotzebue. 3 vols. London: Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme and Brown.
Account of the first Russian exploring expedition to the Marshall Islands. Contains numerous accounts of the ethnography and customs, as well as geographical data on the atolls. Mentions fruitless attempt to reach Wake Atoll.


Kotzebue, Otto von
1830A new voyage around the world in the years 1823-1826. 2. vols. London:H.Colbourn & R.Bentley.
Account of the second Russian exploring expedition to the Marshall Islands. contains numerous accounts of the ethnography and customs, as well as geographical data on the atolls.


Krämer, August
1906Hawaii, Ostmikronesien und Samoa. Stuttgart: Schweizerbartsche Verlagsbuchhandlung.


Langdon, Robert
1978American whalers and traders in the Pacific: A guide to Microfilms. Canberra: Bacific Manuscripts Bureau, Research School of Pacific Studies, The Australian National University.


Langdon, Robert
1979Thar she went: an interim index to the Pacific Ports and islands visited by American whalers and traders in the 19th century being a supplement to "American whalers and traders in the Pacific: A guide to Microfilms". Canberra: Bacific Manuscripts Bureau, Research School of Pacific Studies, The Australian National University.


Langhans, P
1898Beiträge zur Kenntnis der deutschen Schutzgebiete. Petermanns Mitteilungen 39, 238.
Discusses the trading network of the Jaluit Company in the Marshall Islands and in Micronesia in general.


Lay, W. & C.M.Hussey
1963A narrative of the mutiny on board of the whalesship Globe. New York: Corinth Books. (Reprint of the 1825 original).

Lay, William & Cyrus M.Hussey
1928A narrative of the mutiny on board the ship Globe of Nantucket in the Pacific Ocean, Jan 1824, and the journal of a residence of two years on the Mulgrave ISlands, with observations on the manners and customs of the inhabitants..New London (Reprint: New York: Corinth Books
1963).


Lee, G
1980 Men and Island Matched, Isolated and Detached. New York Times 25 July 1980, Page 25.


Lee, M.W
1984Survey Report, Joachim deBrum House, Likiep Atoll, Marshall Islands. Ms. on file, Alele Museum, Majuro, Republic of the Marshall Islands.
The report provides an assessment of the deBrum's house on Likiep, which has been nominated as a national Site with the US National Register of Historic Places.


Linckens, Hubert
1912Auf den Marshall Inseln (Deutsche Südsee). Land und Leute. Katholische Missionsthätigkeit. Hiltrup: Herz-Jesu Missionare.

Manchester, C.A
1951The exploration and mapping of the Pacific. O.W.Freeman (ed.), Geography of the Pacific.New York: Wiley & Sons. Pp.61-88.


Mason, Leonard
1952Anthropology-Geography Study of Arno Atoll, Marshall Islands. Atoll Research Bulletin 10. Washington: Pacific Science Board, National Research Council.


Mason, Leonard
1947The economic organisation of the Marshall Islands. U.S.Commercial Company Econnomic Survey.Typrewritten 1947.
1989 A Marshallese Nation Emerges from the Political Fragmentation of American Micronesia. Pacific Studies 13, (November 1989): 1-46.


McHenry, D.F
1975Micronesia: Trust Betrayed. Altruism versus Self-interest in American Foreign Policy. New York: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.


McMullen, Ronald
1983 Lilliput Revisited: The Case for Free Association. Journal of Public and International Affairs 4, (Fall 1983): 50-66.


McPhetres, Samuel F., Julie Olsson, and Donald R. Shuster
1994Micronesia in Review: Issues and Events, 1 July 1993 to 30 June 1994 Contemporary Pacific 7, (Spring 1995): 125-137.


Meinecke, Carl E
1863Die Gilbert und Marschall-Inseln. Zeitschrift für allgemeine Erdkunde, N.S. 15, 369-417.


Meller, Norman
1969The Congress of Micronesia: Development of the Legislative Process in the Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands. Honolulu: University Press of Hawaii, 1969.


Meller, Norman
1986Constitutionalism in Micronesia. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 1986.


Merz, Georg
1910aJahresbericht ueber die Entwicklung der Marschall Inseln im Jahre 1909/1910. Dated 8 June 1910. Jaluit Journal No. 896/10. Record on file. German Colonial Records from Rabaul, New Britain. Australian Archives, Record Series G2, File N6, Jahresberichte des Inselgebietes. Australian Archives, A.C.T. Regional Repository, Canberra, Australia.
1910bRundreise mit "Delphin". Kaiserliches Bezirksamt Journal No. 1324/10. Report to the Imperial Governor at Rabaul., dated Jaluit, September 6th, 1910. Ms. on file. Reichskolonialamt Volume 3077., Document 23 Australian Archives.
1911Jahresbericht ueber die Entwicklung der Marschall Inseln im Jahre 1910/1911. Dated 18 June 1911. Record on file. German Colonial Records from Rabaul, New Britain. Australian Archives, Record Series G2, File N6, Jahresberichte des Inselgebietes. Australian Archives, A.C.T. Regional Repository, Canberra, Australia.
1912aKaiserliches Bezirksamt Journal No. 5038/12. Report to the Imperial Governor at Rabaul, dated Jaluit, May 16th, 1912. Ms. contained in Reichskolonialamt Volume 3077, document 5. Ms on file, Australian Archives Canberra, G-2, Y40
1912bKaiserliches Bezirksamt Journal No. 9218/42. Report to the Imperial Governor at Rabaul, dated Jaluit, August 29th, 912. Ms. contained in Reichskolonialamt Volume 3077, document 5. Ms on file, Australian Archives Canberra, G-2, Y40
1912cGerman Colonial document "Eingeborenenbevoelkerung der Marschall Inseln, undated. (1912) Ms. contained in Reichskolonialamt Volume 3077, document 5. Ms on file, Australian Archives Canberra, G-2, Y40.

Merz, Georg
1910Rundreise mit "Delphin". Kaiserliches Bezirksamt Journal No. 1324/10. Report to the Imperial Governor at Rabaul, dated Jaluit, September 6th, 1910. Manuscript. contained in: Reichskolonialamt Volume 3077, Document 23. Manuscript. on file. Australian Archives, Document Series G-2, Y40
Report on an inspection trip of the German Distraict adminsuatrator to a number of atolls in the Marshall Islands. The report contains demoigraphic data and descritions of islands visited.


Merz, Georg
1911Jahresbericht ueber die Entwicklung der Marschall Inseln im Jahre 1910/1911. Dated 18 June 1911. Record on file. German Colonial Records from Rabaul, New Britain. Australian Archives, Record Series G2, File N6, Jahresberichte des Inselgebietes. Australian Archives, A.C.T. Regional Repository, Canberra, Australia.


Meyer, H
1916Gegenwart und Zukunft der deutschen Kolonien. Meereskunde X. Berlin (S.31)


Michal, Edward J
1993 Protected States: The Political Status of the Federated States of Micronesia and the Republic of the Marshall Islands. Contemporary Pacific 5, (Fall 1993): 303-332.


Miwa, Shigoshi
1945Vice Admiral, C-in-C 6th (Submarine) Fleet, Evidence given during Interrogation. USSBS Interrogation No. 366, Naval Interrogation No. 72. Date: 10 September 1945. U.S. National Archives RG 243 2 o (29).


Morison, S.E
1948History of U.S. Naval Operations in World War II. Vol. III: The rising sun in the Pacific, 1931-April 1942. Boston: Little, Brown & Co.


Morison, S.E
1951History of United States Naval Operations in World War II. Vol VII: Aleutians, Gilberts & Marshalls.June 1942-April 1944. Boston: Little, Brown & Co.


Moss, F.J
1889Through atolls and islands in the great South Sea. London: Sampson Low, Searle & Rivington.
Travellog and description of several islands in the Pacific Ocean. Contains numerous scattered references to the Marshall Islands.


Nakono, Ann
1984Broken Canoe: Conversations and Observations in Micronesia. St. Lucia, Queensland, Australia: Queensland University Press, 1984.


Neumann, Albert
1908. "Brief des Ehrw. Br. Albert Neumann an die Laienbrüder in Hiltrup." Hiltruper Monatshefte 25: 539-542.

North, David
1994 America's Painful Atomic Secrets. Pacific Islands Monthly 64, (April): 11-13.


North, David
1994Cashing In on Nuclear Waste. Pacific Islands Monthly 64, (June): 11-13.


North, David
1994Cure the `Dutch Disease' or Else. Pacific Islands Monthly 64, (August): 24-5.


North, David
1994The Sovereignty Business: What Do Island Governments Get Out of It? Pacific Islands Monthly 64, (July 1994): 8-9.


Nufer, Harold
1978Micronesia Under American Rule: An Evaluation of the Strategic Trusteeship (1947-1977). Hicksville, NY: Exposition Press,.


O'Rourke, Dennis
1985Half Life: A Parable for the Nuclear Age. Documentary Film produced by O'Rourke & Associates, Filmakers, Australia. Distributed by Kino International.


Oishi, C
1947Evidence given during interrogation. In: USSBS 1947a, United States Strategic Bombing Survey, The American campaign against Wotje, Maloelap, Mille and Jaluit. Washington: naval Analysis Section, United States Strategic Bombing Survey. Pp. 209-215.


Okumiya, M
1968For sugar boats or submarines? US Naval Institute Proceedings August 66-73.


OPNAV-Supp.
1944Office of the Chief of Naval Adminsitration, Civil Affairs Handbook, Marshall Islands Statistical Supplement. OPNAV 50E-1S. 20 May 1944. Washington: Navy Department, Office of the Chief of Naval Operations.

Paulding, Hiram
1831 Journal of a Cruise of the the United States schooner `Dolphin' among the islands of the Pacific Ocean. New York: Carvill.


Paullin, Ch.A
1932Atlas of the Historical geography of the United States. Washington, D.C.: Carnegie Institution and American Geographic Society.
Historical atlas including a map on the expansion of the U.S. into the Pacific Ocean.


Peattie, M.R
1988Nanyo. The rise and fall of the Japanese in Micronesia, 1885-1945 . Pacific Islands Monographs Series, No.4. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press.


Picking, S
1922Wake Island. Proceedings of the U.S.Naval Institute. 48,2075-2077.


Picking, S
1922Wake Island. Report by U.S.S.Beaver on a visit to Wake Atoll. Ms. held at Bernice P.Bishop Museum. Manuscripts of the Tanager Expedition, File 2.12. 3 pp.
Report on the visit of U.S.S.Beaver to Wake Atoll in 1922. Describes the environment, the Japanese poachers camps and the strategic importance of the atoll to the U.S.Navy.


Pomeroy, E.S
1948American policy respecting the Marshalls, Carolines and Marianas, 1891-1941 Pacific Historical Review 17, 43-nnn
Paper discussing U.S. foreign policy for Micronesia and outlines the strategic positions of several islands as seen through time.


Pomeroy, E.S
1951Pacific Outpost. American Strategy in Guam and Micronesia. Stanford University: Stanford University Press.


Prager, M
1886 (?), Reisen durch die Inselwelt der Suedsee. Kiel.


Pratt, J.W
1964America's Colonial Experiment. How the U.S. gained, governed and in part gave away a colonial empire. Gloucester, Mass.: P.Smith.


Price, W
1936Rip Tide in the South Seas. London:Heinemann.
Travellers report on a rare visit to the Japanese Mandated Territory of Pacific islands. contains data on the various atoll groups and on Japanese developments.


Price, W
1944Japan's islands of mystery. New York: John Day Co.
Travellers report on a rare visit to the Japanese Mandated Territory of Pacific islands. Contains data on the various atoll groups and on Japanese developments (Reprint of above with slight alterations).


Puleston, W.D
1941The armed forces of the Pacific. A comparision of the Military and Naval Power of the United States and Japan. New haven: Yale University Press.


Rainbird, Paul
1994 . Prehistory in the Northwest Tropical Pacific: The Caroline, Mariana, and Marshall Islands. Journal of world prehistory, 1998(3) : 293-nnn.


Reid, C.F
1942Overseas America: our territorial outposts. New York: Foreign Policy Association.


Richard, Dorothy E
1957The United States Naval Administration of the Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands. Vol. 1: The Wartime Military Government Period 1942-1945. Washington, DC: U.S. General Printing Office.

1957The United States Naval Administration of the Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands. Vol. 2: The Post-war Military Government Era 1945-1947.. Washington, DC: U.S. General Printing Office.

1957The United States Naval Administration of the Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands. Vol. 3: The Trusteeship Period 1947-1951. Washington, DC: U.S. General Printing Office.


Riddell
1850Logbook of the whaler Harvest of New Bedford, Captain Riddell, for the years 1850-1854. Original logbook owned by Free Public Library, New Bedford, Mass. On microfilm available by Pacific Manuscripts Bureau Microfilm No. 331.
Whaling logbook on the voyage to the Pacific whaling grounds containing a reference to Wake Atoll (Entry for 7 March 1853). The crew of the vessel went ashore for collecting firewood.


Riley, T.L
1987Archaeological survey and testing, Majuro Atoll, Marshall Islands.In: T.Dye (ed.), Marshall Islands Archaeology. Pacific Anthropological Records 38. Honolulu: Department of Anthropology, Bernice P. Bishop Museum. Pp.


Roosevelt, Th
1937Colonial policies of the United States. Garden City, New York: Doubleday, Doran & Co. Inc.
Discusses the colonial policies of the U.S. in the 1880s to 1920s.


Rosendahl, P.H
1977 Archaeology in Eastern Micronesia: reconnaissance survey in the Marshall and Eastern Caroline Islands. A completion-of-Fieldwork Progress Report on the Kelton-Bishop Museum Expedition to Eastern Micronesia. Bishop Museum Ms. No. 080577; Department of Anthropology, Bernice P.Bishop Museum.


Rosendahl, P.H
1979 Archaeology in Eastern Micronesia: reconnaissance survey in the Marshall and Eastern Caroline Islands. Final Report on the Louise L. Kelton-Bishop Museum Expedition to Eastern Micronesia. Prepared for Historic Preservation Office, Trust Territorry of the Pacific Islands, Saipan, Mariana Islands. Ms. No. 9-100179.


Rosendahl, P.H
1987 Archaeology in Eastern Micronesia: reconnaissance survey in the Marshall Islands. In: T.Dye (ed.), Marshall Islands Archaeology. Pacific Anthropological Records 38. Honolulu: Department of Anthropology, Bernice P. Bishop Museum. Pp. 17-168.


Rosendahl, P
1977Archaeological reconnaissance survey of the dock construction site project area at Majuro Atoll, Marshall Islands District, Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands. Prepared for Dames & Moore. B.P.Bishop Museum Ms. 033177.


Rust, K.C
1979Seventh Air Force Story in World War II. Temple City, CA.: Historical Aviation Album.


Ryenkevich, M.A
1981 Traders, Teachers and Soldiers: An anthropological study of Colonial Era sites on Majuro Atoll, Marshall Islands. Micronesian Archaeological Survey Report 8. Saipan: Historic Preservation Office, Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands.


Sage Associates
1989Geo-archaeological study, Kwajalein Atoll, Ennugarret Islet, Eniwetak Islet, Legan Islet. (Appendix A).In: J.Craib, Archaeology reconnaissance survey and sampling, U.S.Army Kwajalein Atoll facility (USAKA), Kwajalein Atoll, Republic of the Marshall Islands, Micronesia. Report submitted to U.S.Army Engineer District, Honolulu, Fort Shafter, Hawaii.


Sakurai, J
1947Evidence given during interrogation. In: USSBS 1947a, United States Strategic Bombing Survey, The American campaign against Wotje, Maloelap, Mille and Jaluit. Washington: Naval Analysis Section, United States Strategic Bombing Survey. Pp. @@@@@.


Sapper, Karl
1933Einige Atoll der Marschall-Gruppe. Petermann's Mitteilungen 79, 289-291.


Schellhorn, Kai M
1991Politics in the South Pacific Region. Contemporary Southeast Asia 13, (September 1991): 188-199.


Schnee, H
1920Deutsches Koloniallexikon. Leipzig: Quelle & Meyer.


Schnee, H
1926German Colonization, past and future: the truth about the German colonies. London: Allen & Unwin.


Schnee, Paul
1903Darwinistische Studie auf einer Koralleninsel. Odenkirchen.


Schnee, Paul
1904Land und Leute der Marschallinseln. Zeitschrift für Kolonialpolitik, Kolonialrecht, und Kolonialwirtschaft 6, 245-265.


Schneider, E
1891 Tagebuchblätter von Jaluit. Deutsche Kolonialzeitung 4(1), 30-34


Schneider, E
1891Tagebuchblätter von Jaluit. Deutsche Kolonialzeitung 4, 30-34;46-48;58-61;75-77.
Extracts from the diary of a Catholic priest visiting Jaluit. The diary contains a plethora of data on everyday life and on individuals living in the German colony.


SDB
1952Second Demobilisation Bureau, Inner South Seas Islands Area Naval operations. Part I: Gilbert islands operations. Japanese Monograph No.161, Headquarters Far East Command, Military History Section, Japanese Research Division. In: D.S.Detwiler & Ch.B.Bardick (eds.), War in Asia and the Pacific 1937-1949. Volume 5: The Naval Armament ptogram and Naval Operations (Part II). New York: Garland Publishing Co.(1980).


Seidel, H
1890 Zur Geschichte und Ethnographie der Marschall Inseln. Deutsche Kolonialzeitung 3, 224-226.
General description and review article of the history and ethnography of the Marshall Islands, mainly relying on published sources. Very little original work.


Seidel, Hans
1882Bemerkenswerte Atoll der Marshall-Gruppe. Natur 35, 420-422.


Senese, Donald J
1993The United States in Micronesia: From Trust Territory to Freely Associated States. Journal of Social, Political and Economic Studies 18, (Winter 1993): 413-26.


Senfft, Arno
1898Jahresbericht des Landeshauptmannes auf Jaluit 1. April 1897 bis 31. März 1898. In Acta betreffend Jahresschriften Allgemeinen Inhaltes auf den Marshall Inseln vom November 1894 bis Oktober 1900. Auswärtiges Amt Kolonial-Amt Avii Denkschriften in Bd. 2. No. 6525. National Library of Australia, Canberra. Microfilm G8600.


Sherrod, R
1952History of Marine Corps Aviation in World War II. Washington: Combat Forces Press.


Sherrod, R
1952History of Marine Corps Aviation in World War II. Washington: Combat Forces Press

Shun, K & J.S.Athens
1987Archaeological Investigations on Kwajalein Atoll, Marshall Islands, Micronesia. Paper presented at the Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association, University of Guam, Micronesian Archaeological Conference. September 9-12, 1987 (not seen).


Sinohara, T
1947Evidence given during interrogation. In: USSBS 1947a, United States Strategic Bombing Survey, The American campaign against Wotje, Maloelap, Mille and Jaluit. Washington: Naval Analysis Section, United States Strategic Bombing Survey. Pp. 59-62.


Smith, Gary
1991Micronesia: Decolonization and US Military Interests in the Trust Territories of the Pacific Islands. Canberra: Australian National University.


Smith, Roy
1991Micronesian Trust Territories: Imperialism Continues? Pacific Review 4: 36-44.


Smith, S.A. de
1970Microstates and Micronesia. Problems of America's Pacific Islands and other minute territories. New York: New York University Press.


Softkey International
1995The Atomic Age: The History, Science and Consequences of the Nuclear Age. Computer Software CD ROM. Macintosh/Windows,


Spennemann, D.H.R
1989Archaeological site management of the historic cemetery MI-Mj-20, Laura, Majro Atoll, Republic of the Marshall Islands.Report prepared for the Historic Preservation Office, Majro, Republic of the Marshall Islands. Ms on file at the Alele Museum, P.O.Box 629, Majro, Republic of the Marshall Islands 96960
The report describes the administraive pocess undertaken when a series of human bones which was found eroding from the historic cemetery MI-Mj-20 at the tip of Laura Beach. In the event, the cemetery was recirded and then relocated to an area, where to erosion will not affect the integrity of the cemetery.

1989 Review and assessment of Sections 3.8 and 4.8 (Archaeological, Historical, and Cultural Resources) of the Draft Environmental Impact Statement Proposed Actions at U.S.Army Kwajalein Atoll U.S. Strategic Defense Command, June 1989. Report prepared for the Historic Preservation Office of the Republic of the Marshall Islands. Ms. on file. Alele Museum, P.O.Box 629, Majro, Republic of the Marshall Islands. 33pp.

1990 Eneenkio in Euopean history: a brief review of European contact with and annexion of Wake Island. A Report presented to the Special Commission on Enenkio (Wake Island).Enenkio Background Report No.3 Report prepared for the Special Commission on Eneen-Kio (Wake Island). Majuro: Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

1990 Predictive model of the expansion of the inhabited area on Majuro Atoll, Republic of the Marshall Islands. Report prepared for the Historic Preservation Office, Majuro, Republic of the Marshall Islands. Report OTIA-TAG-MAR-42-10/90.
1990cPredictive model of the expansion of cemeteries on Majuro Atoll until the year 2010. Report prepared for the Historic Preservation Office, Majuro, Republic of the Marshall Islands.1990.
1992. Cultural Resource Managment Plan for Majuro Atoll, Republic of the Marshall Islands. 2 Vols. Washington: U.S.Department of Interior, Office of Territorial and International Affairs.
1992Historic Demography of Majuro Atoll, Republic of the Marshall Islands. Journal of the Pacific Society (Tokyo) 15(1), 1992, (1)-152 - (21)-132
1993Ennaanin EttoŘEssays on the Marshallese Past. Marshall Islands Culture And History. Series F: Technical Studies and Miscellaneous. Volume NÖ 1. Majuro Atoll, Republic of the Marshall Islands: Historic Preservation Office. 312pp
1994The last flight of the úSt. Quentin Quailî. Investigations of the wreckage and history of Consolidated B-24 úLiberatorî aircraft #42-41205 off Jab´u Island, Arno Atoll, Republic of the Marshall Islands. The Johnstone Centre for Parks, Recreation and Heritage Report NÖ 17 - The Johnstone Centre for Parks, Recreation and Heritage, Charles Sturt University, Albury, NSW., 1994
1994Assessing fallen Liberators in the Marshall Islands. Briefing - The Journal of the International B-24 Liberator Club. 51, 7-13
1994Historic Preservation in the Marshall Islands. After the Battle 84, 44-46.
1995Physical reminders of the British-Japanese Armament Trade in Micronesia. Journal of the Pacific Society (Tokyo) 18 (3), 117-130
1995Population control measures in traditional Marshallese Culture and their implications for today. Asian Culture (Asian-Pacific Culture) Quarterly 23 (1), 19-30
1995Settlement patterns and typhoon hazard on Majuro Atoll, Republic of the Marshall Islands. Australian Journal of Disaster Management 10(3), 49-50
1996Dreading the next wave: non-traditional settlement patterns and typhoon threats on contemporary Majuro, Marshall Islands. Environmental Management 20(3), 337-348.
1998An officer, yes; but a gentleman..? A biographical sketch of Eugen Brandeis, Military adviser, imperial judge and administrator in the German Colonial Service in the South Pacific Pacific Island Studies Monographs Vol. 21 Sydney: Centre of South Pacific Studies, University of New South Wales.
Biography of the German Colonial Administrator Eugen Brandeis. The book sets out the role of Brandeis in the Marshall Islands addressing his attitudes towards the Marshallese (in the 1902 Mejit Affair), and towards corporal punishment (he was accused of being a 'flogger' in British post WWI cicrles). Brandeis' management of the aftermath of a typhoon (June 1905) as well as his handling of international trade affairs should him to be hamfisted and engaging in brinkmanship.
1998Cultural heritage management of unexploded ammunition. CRM Bulletin 21(8), 48-51The paper reviews the issues of unexploded ordnance removal at and near heritage sites and provides options for action, aimed at safe guarding life and property of visitors and heritage managers while at the same time not unduly impairing the heritage items.
1998Excessive harvesting of Pacific seabird populations at the turn of the 20th century Marine Ornithology 26, 1998 [1999], 49-57
At the turn of the century, the uninhabited atolls of the Central Pacific were visited by Japanese feather and plumage collectors, whose actions devastated the bird populations. An assessment of the historic record shows that between 1897 and 1914 over 3.5 million seabirds were killed in the Central Pacific in the name of fashion. While the populations have recovered on some atolls, other islands do not show the original species diversity. Today the survival of the breeding colonies is again threatened as changing global climatic conditions bring about an increased chance that the remaining populations on the generally very low-lying atolls could come under threat from typhoons and storm surges, rather than the anthropogenic disasters of the past. Yet, without knowledge of the historic developments the current distribution of some species could not be understood.
1998 [2000]Japanese economic exploitation of Central Pacific Atoll seabird populations 1898-1915 Pacific Studies 21(1/2), pp. 1-41
At the turn of the century Japanese feather collectors visited most isolated atolls of the Central Pacific Ocean. The bird populations of these atolls were decimated to supply the demand of the market for exotic feathers created by the European fashion industry. This paper reviews the history and dimensions of the feather trade in the Central Pacific and describes the responses of the affected nations.
1998Japanese poaching and the enforcement of German souvereignty in the Marshall Islands Journal of Pacific History 38(1), 51-67.
In the first decade of the 20th century Japanese plumage hunters visited many of the uninhabited Central Pacific atolls depleting the local bird populations. When a group of Marshallese engaged in traditional birding surprised a group of Japanese on remote Bokak Atoll in 1909, the German colonial administrator was forced to deal with the issue without guidance from Berlin. This paper describes the events and reviews the German actions in the light of similar incidents in Hawaii.
1998The annexation of Eneen-kio (Wake Island, Central Pacific Ocean) by the United States of America. Journal of Pacific History38(2), 239-247
The paper details the history of the discovery of Wake Island and the early European utilisation of the island. Against the backdrop of German colonial history in Micronesia the annexation by the United States of America is described and its legality discussed. It is concluded that annexation of the island was probably unlawful, but that with the passage of time the status quo thus established can no longe be undone.
1999No room for the dead. Burial practices in a constrained environment. Anthropos 94(1), 35-56.
The amount of land available on the atolls of the Marshall Islands is very limited and fertile land is few. Traditionally, the land was not enough to permit the interment of all dead and so the less important commoners were afforded a burial at sea. With the onset of Christianisation everybody was afforded a burial on land, leading to cemeteries being erected at marginal locations, today often eroding into the sea. The paper reviews the available information on prehistoric, traditional and modern burial customs and discusses the implications of current population growth on the present and future burial needs of the Marshallese population.
1999Exploitation of bird plumages in the German Mariana Islands . Micronesica 31(2), 309Ř318
At the turn of the century the millinery industry had a great demand for sea-bird feathers. The German colonial government licensed the hunting of birds on the northern islands of the Marianas. The paper reviews the available historic records and outlines the degree of impact on the local bird population.

Steinbach, E
1895Die Marschall-Gruppe und ihre Bewohner. Gesellschaft für Erdkunde zu Berlin, Verhandlungen. XXII 449-488.


Steinbach, Erwin
1895 Die Marshall Inseln. Verhandlungen der Gesellschaft für Erdkunde. XXII.


Stevenson, F
1914("Mrs.R.L.Stevenson"), The Cruise of the Janet Nichol among the South Sea Islands. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons.


Streck jr, Ch. F
1989Sections 3.8. and 4.8 Archaeological, Historical and Cultural Resources. In: Draft Environmental Impact Statement Proposed Actions at U.S.Army Kwajalein Atoll June 1989. Huntsville, Alabama: Department of the Army, U.S. Strategic Defense Command.


Streck jr., Ch. F
1986Interim report: Archaeological Investigations on Eneu Island, Bikini Atoll, Republic of the Marshall Islands, Micronesia. Supplementary Document No.1, Appendix B. Berkeley, CA: Bikini Atoll Rehabilitation Committee.


Streck jr., Ch. F
1987Historic Preservation Recommendations for USAKA, Kwajalein Atoll, Republic of the Marshall Islands. Memorandum for Record, US Army Corps of Engineers, Pacific Ocean Division. 9 June 1987.(not seen).


Streck jr., Ch. F
1987Scope of work for archaeological reconnaissance survey and sampling at the U.S.Army Kwajalein Atoll facility (USAKA), Kwajalein Atoll, Republic of the Marshall Islands. CEPOD-ED-PV. 30 November 1987. Copy on file, Alele Museum, P.O.Box 629, Måjro, Republic of the Marshall Islands.


Streck jr., Ch. F
1987Trip report for Unsheduled Emergency Archaeological Assistance at USAKA, Kwajalein, Marshall Islands, 17-18 March and 1-3 April. Memorandum. US Army Corps of Engineers, Pacific Ocean Division. 21 April 1987. (not seen).


Streck jr., Ch. F
1987Trip report-Site Visit for Archaeological Contract management on Kwajalein Island and Archaeological reconnaissance Survey of Lagan and Roi-Namur, USAKAS, July 20-28, 1987. Memorandum for Record, US Army Corps of Engineers, Pacific Ocean Division. 13 August 1987.(not seen).


Streck jr., Ch. F
1987Archaeological Survey. Part 3, Appendix B, Interim Draft Environmental Impact Statement for the rehabilitation of soil at Bikini Atoll, Republic of the Marshall Islands. Bikini Atoll Rehabilitation Committee Supplementary Document No. 2. Berkeley: Bikini Atoll Rehabilitation Committee.


Streck, Charles S
1990Prehistoric settlement in eastern Micronesia: Archaeology from Bikini Atoll, Republic of the Marshall Islands. Micronesica Supplement 2, 247-260.


Swift
1847Logbook of the whaler Maria Theresia of New Bedford, Captain Swift, for the years 1847-1851. Original logbook owned by Old Darthmouth Historic Society and whaling museum. On microfilm available by Pacific Manuscripts Bureau Microfilm No. 265.
Whaling logbook on the voyage to the Pacific whaling grounds containing a reference to Wake Atoll (Entry for 10 January 1850).


Taussig, E.D
1899Old Glory on Wake Island. New Orleans Twice-a-week Picayune May 18, 1899.
Article by the commander of U.S.S.Bennington, describing the annexation ceremony on Wake. Contains a short general description.


Taussig, E.D
1935Old Glory on Wake Island. Proceedings of the U.S.Naval Institute June 1935. Pp. 807-808.
Reprint of previous article.


Tetens, Captain Alfred
1958Among the Savages of Micronesia, 1862-1868. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, .


Thompson, E.N
1984a National Regsister for Historic Places Inventory Nomination Form: Kwajalein Island Battlefield. Prepared by the Denver Service Center, U.S.National Parks Service.


Thompson, E.N
1984bNational Regsister for Historic Places Inventory Nomination Form: Roi-Namur Battlefield. Prepared by the Denver Service Center, U.S.National Parks Service.


Tomita, R
1947Evidence given during interrogation. In: USSBS 1947a, United States Strategic Bombing Survey, The American campaign against Wotje, Maloelap, Mille and Jaluit. Washington: naval Analysis Section, United States Strategic Bombing Survey. Pp. 215-225.


Trumbull, Robert
1982An Island People Still Exiled by Nuclear Age: Natives of Bikini Want Only to Return to Their Pacific Paradise; but Contamination from U.S. Atomic Tests Puts Their Dream Out of Reach. U S News & World Report, October 18: 48-50.


U.S. Department of State
1952Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands Annual Report to the United Nations. Washington, U.S. Department of State.

195Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands Annual Report to the United Nations. Washington, U.S. Department of State.

1954Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands Annual Report to the United Nations. Washington, U.S. Department of State.

1955Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands Annual Report to the United Nations. Washington, U.S. Department of State.

1956Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands Annual Report to the United Nations. Washington, U.S. Department of State.

1957Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands Annual Report to the United Nations. Washington, U.S. Department of State.

1958Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands Annual Report to the United Nations. Washington, U.S. Department of State.

1959Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands Annual Report to the United Nations. Washington, U.S. Department of State.

1960Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands Annual Report to the United Nations. Washington, U.S. Department of State.

1961Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands Annual Report to the United Nations. Washington, U.S. Department of State.

1962Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands Annual Report to the United Nations. Washington, U.S. Department of State.

196Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands Annual Report to the United Nations. Washington, U.S. Department of State.

1964Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands Annual Report to the United Nations. Washington, U.S. Department of State.

1965Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands Annual Report to the United Nations. Washington, U.S. Department of State.

1966Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands Annual Report to the United Nations. Washington, U.S. Department of State.

1967Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands Annual Report to the United Nations. Washington, U.S. Department of State.

1968Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands Annual Report to the United Nations. Washington, U.S. Department of State.

1969Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands Annual Report to the United Nations. Washington, U.S. Department of State.


United States House Committee on Natural Resources-Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations
1994Radiation Exposure from Pacific Nuclear Tests: Oversight Hearing, February 24, 1994. 2d sess, 103d Cong.


United States Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources
1991 Resettlement of Rongelap Atoll, Republic of the Marshall Islands: Hearing, September 19, 1991. Senate hearing 102-316, 1st sess., 102d Cong. Washington: GPO.


United States, Congress
1856An act to authorise protection to be given to citizens of the United States who may discover deposites of Guano. Chapter CLXIV of Public laws of the United States of America passed at the first session of the thirtyfourth Congress 1855-1856. Edited by G.Minot. Boston:Little, Brown & Co. Pp. 119-120.


United States, Congress
1898Treaty of Peace between the United States of America and the Kingdom of Spain. In: The Statutes at Large of the United States of America from March, 1897 to March, 1899, and recent treaties, conventions, executive proclamations and the concurrent resolutions of the two houses of Congress. Vol XXX. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office. Pp. 1754-1762.


United States, Navy
1946Report to United Nations on Guam, American Samoa and other island possessions administered by the Navy Department. July 1946. OPNAV P22-100. Washington, D.C.: Navy Department, Office of Naval Operations (Island Government).

1947U.S. Navy, Military Government Unit, Majuro, Marshall Islands. Military Government Quarterly Reports, June 1947. Majuro: U.S. Navy, Military Government Unit.


US Marine Corps
1944 United States Marine Corps, Marine Scout-bombing Squadron Two Thirty-one. Fourth Marine Base Defense Aircraft Wing, War Diary. Report prepared by Major E.G.Glidden, Deputy Air Commander Majuro Atoll. War Diary, 1 February to 29 February 1944. Copy of Ms. on file, Alele Museum, Majuro, Republic of the Marshall IslandsWar diaries of the Marine Scout-bombing Squadron 231, based in Majuro. The diary describes details of bombing raids on the Japanese military bases of Torwa, Maloelap Atoll; Mile, Mile Atoll; Wojja, Wojja Atoll, and Jabor, Jalwoj Atoll. In addition details on attacks on shipping and canoes are given.

1944United States Marine Corps, Marine Scout-bombing Squadron Two Thirty-one. Fourth Marine Base Defense Aircraft Wing, War Diary. Report prepared by Major E.G.Glidden, Deputy Air Commander Majuro Atoll. War Diary, 1 March to 31 March 1944. Copy of Ms. on file, Alele Museum, Majuro, Republic of the Marshall IslandsWar diaries of the Marine Scout-bombing Squadron 231, based in Majuro. The diary describes details of bombing raids on the Japanese military bases of Torwa, Maloelap Atoll; Mile, Mile Atoll; Wojja, Wojja Atoll, and Jabor, Jalwoj Atoll. In addition details on attacks on shipping and canoes are given.

1944United States Marine Corps, Marine Scout-bombing Squadron Two Thirty-one. Fourth Marine Base Defense Aircraft Wing, War Diary. Report prepared by Major E.G.Glidden, Deputy Air Commander Majuro Atoll. War Diary, 1 April to 30 April 1944.. Copy of Ms. on file, Alele Museum, Majuro, Republic of the Marshall IslandsWar diaries of the Marine Scout-bombing Squadron 231, based in Majuro. The diary describes details of bombing raids on the Japanese military bases of Torwa, Maloelap Atoll; Mile, Mile Atoll; Wojja, Wojja Atoll, and Jabor, Jalwoj Atoll. In addition details on attacks on shipping and canoes are given.

1944United States Marine Corps, Marine Scout-bombing Squadron Two Thirty-one. Fourth Marine Base Defense Aircraft Wing, War Diary. Report prepared by Major E.G.Glidden, Deputy Air Commander Majuro Atoll. War Diary, 1 May to 31 May 1944. Copy of Ms. on file, Alele Museum, Majuro, Republic of the Marshall IslandsWar diaries of the Marine Scout-bombing Squadron 231, based in Majuro. The diary describes details of bombing raids on the Japanese military bases of Torwa, Maloelap Atoll; Mile, Mile Atoll; Wojja, Wojja Atoll, and Jabor, Jalwoj Atoll. In addition details on attacks on shipping and canoes are given.

1944United States Marine Corps, Marine Scout-bombing Squadron Two Thirty-one. Fourth Marine Base Defense Aircraft Wing, War Diary. Report prepared by Major E.G.Glidden, Deputy Air Commander Majuro Atoll. War Diary, 1 June to 30 June 1944. .Copy of Ms. on file, Alele Museum, Majuro, Republic of the Marshall IslandsWar diaries of the Marine Scout-bombing Squadron 231, based in Majuro. The diary describes details of bombing raids on the Japanese military bases of Torwa, Maloelap Atoll; Mile, Mile Atoll; Wojja, Wojja Atoll, and Jabor, Jalwoj Atoll. In addition details on attacks on shipping and canoes are given.

1944 United States Marine Corps, Marine Scout-bombing Squadron Two Thirty-one. Fourth Marine Base Defense Aircraft Wing, War Diary. Report prepared by Major E.G.Glidden, Deputy Air Commander Majuro Atoll. War Diary, 1 August to 31 August 1944.. Copy of Ms. on file, Alele Museum, Majuro, Republic of the Marshall IslandsWar diaries of the Marine Scout-bombing Squadron 231, based in Majuro. The diary describes details of bombing raids on the Japanese military bases of Torwa, Maloelap Atoll; Mile, Mile Atoll; Wojja, Wojja Atoll, and Jabor, Jalwoj Atoll. In addition details on attacks on shipping and canoes are given.

1944United States Marine Corps, Marine Scout-bombing Squadron Two Thirty-one. Fourth Marine Base Defense Aircraft Wing, War Diary. Report prepared by Major E.G.Glidden, Deputy Air Commander Majuro Atoll. War Diary, 1 September to 30 September 1944. Copy of Ms. on file, Alele Museum, Majuro, Republic of the Marshall IslandsWar diaries of the Marine Scout-bombing Squadron 231, based in Majuro. The diary describes details of bombing raids on the Japanese military bases of Torwa, Maloelap Atoll; Mile, Mile Atoll; Wojja, Wojja Atoll, and Jabor, Jalwoj Atoll. In addition details on attacks on shipping and canoes are given.

1944 United States Marine Corps, Marine Scout-bombing Squadron Two Thirty-one. Fourth Marine Base Defense Aircraft Wing, War Diary. Report prepared by Major E.G.Glidden, Deputy Air Commander Majuro Atoll. War Diary, 1 October to 30 October 1944. .Copy of Ms. on file, Alele Museum, Majuro, Republic of the Marshall IslandsWar diaries of the Marine Scout-bombing Squadron 231, based in Majuro. The diary describes details of bombing raids on the Japanese military bases of Torwa, Maloelap Atoll; Mile, Mile Atoll; Wojja, Wojja Atoll, and Jabor, Jalwoj Atoll. In addition details on attacks on shipping and canoes are given.

1944United States Marine Corps, Division of Aviation, Intelligence Section, Bombing of gun emplacements by SBD-5's. Copy of Ms. on file, Alele Museum, Majuro, Republic of the Marshall Islands.
Evaluation of the efficiency of bombing techniques on Japanese gun-emplacements at Japanese military bases in the Marshall Islands.


USSBS
1947United States Strategic Bombing Survey, The American campaign against Wotje, Maloelap, Mille and Jaluit. Washington: Naval Analysis Section, United States Strategic Bombing Survey.


USSBS
1946United States Strategic Bombing Survey, The Campaigns of the Pacific War. Washington: Naval Analysis Division, United States Strategic Bombing Survey.


USSBS
1947 United States Strategic Bombing Survey, The reduction of Wake Island. Washington: Naval Analysis Section, United States Strategic Bombing Survey.


USSBS
1947United States Strategic Bombing Survey, The 7th and 11th Air Force in the war against Japan. Report 70. Washington: Naval Intelligence Center.


Veeder
1855 Logbook of the whaler Ocean Rover of Nantucket , Captain Ch.A.Veeder, for the years 1855-1858. Original logbook owned by Free Public Library, New Bedford, Mass. On microfilm available by Pacific Manuscripts Bureau Microfilm No. 382.
Whaling logbook on the voyage to the Pacific whaling grounds containing a reference to Wake Atoll (Entry for 29 April 1856).


von Benningsen, Rudolf
1900Bericht des Kaiserlichen Governeurs von Benningsen über seine Reise zum Zwecke der Übernahme des Inselgebietes der Karolinen, Palau und Marianen in deutschen Besitz. Deutsches Kolonialblatt 11: 100-101.


von Werner, S
1889Ein deutsches Kriegsschiff in der Südsee. @@@


Walker, A.T. & P.H.Rosendahl
1989Interim report: summary of findings, and general significance assessments and recommended general treatments. Archaeological monitoring proposed Laura Waterline Project, Majuro Atoll, Republic of the Marshall Islands. Project Report 558-030389. Prepared for Historic Preservation Office c/o Alele Museum, P.O. Box 629, Majuro, Republic of the Marshall Islands. Hilo, Hawaii: Paul H.Rosendahl, PhD. Inc.


Walker, A.T., T.K.Donham & P.H.Rosendahl
1989Archaeological monitoring proposed Laura Waterline Project, Majuro Atoll, Republic of the Marshall Islands. Project Report 558-100289. Prepared for Historic Preservation Office c/o Alele Museum, P.O. Box 629, Majuro, Republic of the Marshall Islands. Hilo, Hawaii: Paul H.Rosendahl, PhD. Inc.


Ward, R.G
1967American activities in the Central Pacific 1790-1870. A history, geography and ethnography pertaining to the American involvement and Americans in the Pacific taken from contemporary newspapers etc. 8vols. Ridgewood, N.J. The Gregg Press.
Compilation of newspaper articles and information relating to the presence of American vessels in the Pacific. The volume contains numerous references to Wake Atoll, especially on the wreckage of the Bremen barque Libelle in 1866.


Watanabe, F.K
1986Archaeological reconnaissance for Family Housing Dwellings, FY 1987-1989 Increments: Kwajalein Missile Range, Kwajalein Atoll, Marshall islands. Prepared for U.S.Army Ballistic Missile Defense System Command. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Honolulu Engineer District, Fort Shafter, Hawaii: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.


Weisgall, Jonathan M
1980 The Nuclear Nomads of Bikini. Foreign Policy, : 74-98.

1994Operation Crossroads. Annapolis, Md.: Naval Institute Press.


WESTEC
1988 WESTEC Services Inc, Archaeological reconnaissance Survey and sampling at the U.S.Army Kwajalein Atoill Facility (USAKA), Kwajalein Atoll, Republic of the Marshall Islands:Micronesia. (RFP DACA83-88-R-0008). Volume I - Technical proposal. Proposal for Professional Services, submittted to U.S.Army Engineer District Honolulu, Fort Shafter. 22 February 1988. San Diego, CA: WESTEC Services Inc.


White, T
1898Our new possessions. A graphic account, descriptive and historical, of the tropical islands of the sea which have fallen under our sway, their cities, peoples and commerce, natural resources and the opportunities they offer to Americans. Atlanta, Naperville & Toronto: J.L.Nichols.


Wilkes, Ch
1844Narrative of the U.S.Exploring Expedition during the years 1838-1842 U.S.Exploring Expedition Vol.5. Philadelphia: C.Sherman.
Description of the U.S.Exploring Expedition's visit to Wake Atoll in 1840.


Williams, D
1902he defense of our new naval stations. Proceedings of the U.S.Naval Institute 28, 181-194.
The paper reviews the strategic importNce of the new naval bases gained by the U.S. as a result of the Spanish-American War.


Williams, Ian
1991Freedom at Last! the UN Security Council Has Cut US Colonial Ties with Three Pacific Trust Territories. Pacific Islands Monthly 61, (February 1991): 10-12.


Williamson, I. & M.D.Sabath
1982Island population, land area, and climate: A case study of the Marshall Islands. Human Ecology 10(1), 71-84.


Witt, J
1881Die Marschall-Gruppe, Annalen der Hydrographie IX.
The article gives a description of the Marshall Islands from a mariner's and navigator's point of view describing in detail the passages and the navigational markers. Also contains information on vegetation, availability ofn water and, to some extent, on demography.


Witze, C
1957 Marines put HR2S in operational status. Aviation Weekly 66, 62-63.


Wood, J.B
1935Islands old ruins mystery in the pacific Identity and fate of Wake's onetime residents and their fate is still unknown. New York Times May 21, 1935, page 10.


Worden, W.L
1956Exiles on a pinpoint. Saturday Evening Post 278, 22-23.


Yamazaki, James N. and Fleming, Louis B
1995Children of the Atomic Bomb: An American Physician's Memoir of Nagasaki, Hiroshima, and the Marshall Islands. Medicine and global survival 2(2): 101-nn.


Yanaihara, T
1940Pacific Islands under Japanese Mandate. Oxford: Oxford University Press


Yoshimi, N
1947Evidence given during interrogation. In: USSBS 1947a, United States Strategic Bombing Survey, The American campaign against Wotje, Maloelap, Mille and Jaluit. Washington: Naval Analysis Section, United States Strategic Bombing Survey. Pp. 54-57.




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