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  1. Mauatua, también Maimiti o Isabella Christian, también conocida como Mainmast, [1] (Tahití, c. 1764-Islas Pitcairn, 19 de septiembre de 1841) fue una tejedora de tapa tahitiana que se estableció en la isla Pitcairn con los amotinados del Bounty.

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    Mauatua, also Maimiti or Isabella Christian, also known as Mainmast, (c. 1764 – 19 September 1841) was a Tahitian tapa maker, who settled on Pitcairn Island with the Bounty mutineers. She married both Fletcher Christian and Ned Young , and had children with both men.

  3. 14 de nov. de 2023 · MAUATUA (Maimiti, “Mainmast,” Isabella) Christian’s consort. We do not know when Mauatua was born, but she claimed to remember Cook’s first arrival in Tahiti (1769), so she must have been at least twenty-three or twenty-four when the Bounty arrived in 1788.

  4. Mauatua, Toofaiti, Vahineatua, and Teio had children from two of the mutineers and one of their sons. Tevarua and Teraura had only one partner. Together they had 24 children, who in turn had 77 children.

  5. Mauatua, Fletcher Christian’s widow, laboured over great lengths of exquisitely made white aute tapa. There are several examples of these in the British Museum. In 1791, Mauatua and another of the Bounty women, Teraura, arrived at Pitcairn Island as the oldest and youngest of the women, and they eventually outlived all the original settlers.

  6. Thursday October Christian (Islas Pitcairn, 14 de octubre de 1790-Tahití, 21 de abril de 1831) fue el primer hijo de Fletcher Christian (líder del motín del Bounty) y su pareja tahitiana Mauatua. [1]

  7. MAUATUA MAIMITI Appx: 1755-1845 Fletcher Christians Polynesian Squeeze. The Bounty sailed to Tahiti in 1788 to collect breadfruit saplings. These were to be taken to Jamaica to feed plantation slaves. After sailing more than 10 months, they made a stop in Tahiti, and the rest became cinematic history.