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Saying 'I Do' to cultural heritage

Original post made on Sep 8, 2009

When Una and Ofa Mataele decided to elope, they went to the San Mateo County courthouse in Redwood City for a marriage license and a betrothal before the justice of the peace. But upon their return, Ofa's parents returned Una to her family, along with a collection of woven Tongan mats and a pig.

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