History of French Polynesia - Tahiti
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1822-1866 ALEXANDER SALMON (England-Tahiti)
While on a trip to the south seas, he met and fell
in love with the beautiful 20 year old princess of the Teva clan, Princess
Arrioehau. According to Tahitian law it was illegal to marry a foreigner.
Queen Pomare IV abrogated the law by royal decree for 3 days by which time
Salmon was given the title Ariitaimai and they married. Their daughter
was the last queen of the Island and their son befriended Robert Louis.
He became a spokesman for the islanders and his memoirs were published
by the historian, Henry Adams.
updated apr 16 2010
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