Question: What's the most famous thing that happened in Samoa or Navigators' Islands?

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Samoa or Navigators' Islands is a group of 14 volcanic islands in the W. Pacific, of which three alone are of any size--Savaii, Upolu, and Tutuila; all are mountainous and richly wooded; climate is moist and warm; copra is the chief export, and cotton, coffee, tobacco, etc., are grown; the natives, a vigorous Polynesian race, have been Christianized; the islands are under the joint suzerainty of Britain, Germany, and the United States; the chief town of the group is Apia, at the head of a pretty bay in Upolu; near here R. Louis Stevenson spent the last five years of his life.
by BetterThanKen
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