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What the First Europeans Saw
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The Europeans who visited Guam in the early 1800s found a society stratified into different classes. This drawing by a French artist offers us a view of the social spectrum of the day. First, there's the hunter (and farmer, we can imagine) with the tools of his trade. Then comes the middle-class townsman holding his prize rooster. The man with the walking stick might be a well-off merchant, while the gentleman carrying the book would be a clerk or teacher.
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Dumont d' Urville, Voyage pittoresque