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Palau and its People

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After three decades as part of the UN Trust Territory of the Pacific under US administration, this westernmost cluster of the Caroline Islands opted for independence in 1978 rather than join the Federated States of Micronesia. A Compact of Free Association with the US was approved in 1986, but not ratified until 1993. It entered into force the following year, when the islands gained independence.

Some resources listed are from commercial travel sites.  Such inclusion is because of informative content and does not constitute an endorsement of any particular travel agency.

  

 

Culture of Palau  __ A general overview of the people, history and culture of Palau. - From everyculture.com - http://www.everyculture.com/No-Sa/Palau.html

Ethnologue report for Palau __ Web page dedicated to the languages spoken in Palau. - From SIL International - http://www.ethnologue.com/show_country.asp?name=palau  

The Living Edens: Palau, Paradise of the Pacific __ You will find history, legends, interviews and more. - illustrated - from PBS - http://www.pbs.org/edens/palau/ 

Olekoi Palau __ "Olekoi Palau was created to share a love for the islands of Palau and their people. The Olekoi web site provides information about the islands..." - illustrated - from olekoi.com - http://www.olekoi.com/

Palau __ "Early Palauans may have come from Australia, Polynesia and Asia. Depending on the thread of the family, Palauans may indeed represent many parts of Melanesia, Micronesia and Polynesia."  You will find an encyclopedic article with links to related materials. - illustrated - From wikipedia - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Palau  
 
 

Palau Islands Culture __ A brief overview of Palau culture. - From traveldocs.com - http://www.traveldocs.com/pw/culture.htm

Palau Visitors Authority __ A great overview of things Palauian. - illustrated - From Palau Visitors Authority - http://www.visit-palau.com/

People of Palau __ "Language and translation resources including, articles, free translation, a language identifier and a directory." - From appliedlanguage.com - http://www.appliedlanguage.com/country_guides/palau_country_people.shtml  

Republic of Palau Embassy __ A good place to get an overview of the country. "We offer a range of information about Palau, and her people. From when is the best time to go to Palau, to Palauan status living in the United States. We will also post news that relates to Palau and its citizens. - From Government of Palau - http://www.palauembassy.com/


 

 

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