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http://collections.aucklandmuseum.com/ontology/core/dateCreated 2019-10-14T00:48:25.000Z
http://collections.aucklandmuseum.com/ontology/core/keyword Stewart, William. c.1766-1875
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http://purl.org/dc/elements/1.1/description Two letters: one in English (on Tahiti Cotton & Coffee Plantation Co. Ltd. letterhead) and the other in French, both from Tahiti, concerning a John Brander and William Stewart. -- William Stewart was responsible for the introduction of Chinese labourers to Tahiti. In an effort to capitalise on the rise in world prices of Cotton, during and after the American Civil War, Stewart established a plantation known as "Terre Eugenie" at Atimaono, which ran successfully from 1865-1870. When cotton prices declined sharply after 1870 the business quickly went bankrupt and was abandoned. John Brander, who owned the first business house of Papeete in 1860, was the son-in-law of Alexander Salmon, a prominent figure in the Salmon-Brander clan who dominated the social, commercial and, to some extent, also the political scene in Tahiti between the 1840's and 1880's.
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http://purl.org/dc/elements/1.1/title Letters relating to the Tahiti Cotton and Coffee Plantation Company
http://purl.org/dc/terms/bibliographicCitation Letters relating to the Tahiti Cotton and Coffee Plantation Company,1869-1870,MS-2019-14
http://schema.org/description Two letters: one in English (on Tahiti Cotton & Coffee Plantation Co. Ltd. letterhead) and the other in French, both from Tahiti, concerning a John Brander and William Stewart. -- William Stewart was responsible for the introduction of Chinese labourers to Tahiti. In an effort to capitalise on the rise in world prices of Cotton, during and after the American Civil War, Stewart established a plantation known as "Terre Eugenie" at Atimaono, which ran successfully from 1865-1870. When cotton prices declined sharply after 1870 the business quickly went bankrupt and was abandoned. John Brander, who owned the first business house of Papeete in 1860, was the son-in-law of Alexander Salmon, a prominent figure in the Salmon-Brander clan who dominated the social, commercial and, to some extent, also the political scene in Tahiti between the 1840's and 1880's.
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