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Lauaki Namulauulu Mamoe and his family Lauaki Namulauulu Mamoe, his wife Sivaotele (?) and his daughters. Lauaki became leader of the Mau, a resistance movement in Samoa. In 1909 he was arrested and exiled to Saipan. This photograph was probably taken on the german ship that brought him to exile. He never saw Samoa again. (former wrong caption: King Mata'afa Iosefa (1832-1912), his wife Talala (Kalala) and his daughters in traditional costumes. Samoa ca. 1900. )