Togia-Pulu-toaki

Togia-Pule-toaki was the eighth and possibly final patu-iki of the Pacific Ocean island of Niue, taking power in 1896 following the death of the previous incumbent, Fata-a-iki, and formally ordained on June 30, 1898.wikipedia
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Togia-Pule-toaki was the eighth and possibly final patu-iki of the Pacific Ocean island of Niue, taking power in 1896 following the death of the previous incumbent, Fata-a-iki, and formally ordained on June 30, 1898.

Fata-a-iki

Togia-Pule-toaki was the eighth and possibly final patu-iki of the Pacific Ocean island of Niue, taking power in 1896 following the death of the previous incumbent, Fata-a-iki, and formally ordained on June 30, 1898.

Patu-iki

Togia-Pule-toaki was the eighth and possibly final patu-iki of the Pacific Ocean island of Niue, taking power in 1896 following the death of the previous incumbent, Fata-a-iki, and formally ordained on June 30, 1898.

Pacific Ocean

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Togia-Pule-toaki was the eighth and possibly final patu-iki of the Pacific Ocean island of Niue, taking power in 1896 following the death of the previous incumbent, Fata-a-iki, and formally ordained on June 30, 1898.

Niue

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Togia-Pule-toaki was the eighth and possibly final patu-iki of the Pacific Ocean island of Niue, taking power in 1896 following the death of the previous incumbent, Fata-a-iki, and formally ordained on June 30, 1898.

British Empire

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His reign saw the formal relinquishing of Niuean independence to the British Empire on April 21, But there still remained a Patu ikior king, the successor is Haetaua.

Percy Smith (ethnologist)

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Togia-Pule-toaki remained alive in Niue in 1903, when Percy Smith published his study on the island, Niuē-fekai (or Savage) Island and its People.

Coronations in Oceania

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The island was ceded to the British Crown by the eighth Patu-iki, Togia-Pulu-toaki in 1900.