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The central group is called Haabai, and the most northerly one Vavau.
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As the result of this communication between the two groups, a mingling of the Polynesian with the Papuan race has taken place, and a large influx of the lighter blood of Tonga is perceptible in several of the windward islands of Fiji, especially in Kadavu, where most of the inhabitants are now a mixed race.
Captain Wilkes of the United States Exploring Expedition estimated the total population of the Friendly Islands at the time of his visit at 18,500; but it is generally supposed that the abandonment of polygamy consequent upon their embracing Christianity, has tended of late to increase the population, and the missionaries now number the population at not far short of 50,000.
By conquest, George Tupou I (r.1845 - 93) gathered all power in his own hands and united the islands; he abolished the feudal system of land tenure and became a constitutional monarch in 1875.
By the middle of the 1800s, most Tongans had become Christians, the great majority being Wesleyans; the king himself was strongly influenced by the missionaries.
In 1845, the young warrior Tāufaʻāhau united Tonga into a kingdom. In 1875, with the help of missionary Shirley Waldemar Baker, he declared Tonga a constitutional monarchy; formally adopted the western royal style; emancipated the "serfs"; enshrined a code of law, land tenure, and freedom of the press; and limited the power of the chiefs. PASSING across the South Pacific Ocean from Tahiti for nearly a thousand miles in a westerly direction, we reach the Friendly Islands, so named by Captain Cook from the agreeable reception accorded by the inhabitants to himself and his officers and crow on their first landing there.