Evelina TAGOMOA AKA MATAPULA AUEGA

1943–1994 (Age 50)
Sala`ilua, Palauli, Savai'i, Samoa

The Life of Evelina

When Evelina TAGOMOA AKA MATAPULA AUEGA was born on 17 August 1943, in Sala`ilua, Palauli, Savai'i, Samoa, her father, Auega Matapula, was 43 and her mother, Katerina Matapula, was 41. She died about June 1994, in Auckland, North Island, New Zealand, at the age of 50.

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Evelina TAGOMOA AKA MATAPULA AUEGA
1943–1994
Ta'alili TAGOMOA AKA LEALAITAGOMOA
1938–2000

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World Events (8)

1947

Age 4

New Zealand gains full independence from Britain.
1950 · The Wool Boom

Age 7

The Wool Boom was one of the greatest economic booms in the history of New Zealand. It was brought about by the need of wool from the United States during the Korean War. After the boom, the export price of wool has declined by 40% and the population of sheep on the Islands has continued to rise. 
1957 · Scott Base

Age 14

The New Zealand Antarctic research facility at Pram Point was given the name Scott Base in honor of Captain Robert Falcon Scott. It was set up to support field research and has become a center of research into earth sciences. 

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