A beach cove scene with some Samoan fales and houses nestled among the trees in Pago Pago. Pago Pago is the capital town of American Samoa. It is actually a village that is often mistaken to be a city (as in a capital or port city) of this south Pacific territory of the United States of America. The village is located on Pago Pago Harbor, in the island of Tutuila. Circa 1967.
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