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Primarily three groups of people comprise most of the immigrants to Fiji; Europeans, who started coming in 1835; Indians who came in 1879; and other Polynesians. The primary emigration of people from Fiji are to the following four countries: Australia, U.S.A., New Zealand and Canada.

We have quite a few records in our collection in reference to Fijian Emigration and Immigration. Look in Fiji in our FamilySearch online catalog under the subject "Emigration and Immigration".


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