Western Samoa

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Western Samoa

Dick and Roberta Langill served as Peace Corps Volunteers in Western Samoa from 1967 to 1969. Dick Langill worked as a rural health and community development worker, and Roberta Langill was employed as a medical technologist at the Apia General Hospital. They lived with the Samoan family of Lutu Tasipale
in the village of Leauva'a.

The following pictures provide a visual perspective on Western Samoa from 1967-1969

Dick and Roberta Langill getting ready to go to Church Lutu Tasipale, our Samoan father, and chief of the family.
Our Samoan fale in Leauva'a village Pouvava, the district nurse, giving an injection to a young child
Samoan children gathering palm leaves to repair a roof Weaving a floor mat for inside the fale.
Preparing a pig for the Sunday meal. Roberta working in Apia General Hospital lab.

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