Pitcairn, Mangareva and Henderson
By Sam Pepe
Overdepencdecy on Trade
Deforestation on Mangareva
Diamond, Jared M. Collapse: How Societies Choose to Fail or Succeed. New York: Viking, 2005. Print.
The Editors of Encyclopædia Britannica. "Pitcairn Island (island, Pacific Ocean)." Encyclopedia Britannica Online. Encyclopedia Britannica, 2010. Web. 03 Mar. 2014.
"Pitcairn Islands." Pitcairn Islands. Pitcairn Islands Office, 2014. Web. 03 Mar. 2014. <http://www.pitcairn.pn/Pitcairnshistory.php>.
When accessing the currency of this article, it says that it was updated in 2014, which means this year the authors went back and edited stuff to fit relevant information. Additionally, the information found in this article is almost exact to other writings about the Pitcairn islands on Google. Although there were no specific authors named, the article was found on the Pitcairn Government website , which serves as a reliable source for the information. The perspective of this piece was unbiased, forming more of a fact-based history than opinionated.
Weisler, Marshall. "Early Civilisation Part II - Rock Carvers of Pitcairn." Early Civilisation Part II - Rock Carvers of Pitcairn. Pitcairn Government, 2007. Web. 03 Mar. 2014. <http://www.stamps.gov.pn/RockCarvers.html>.
When accessing the currency of the article, it is found that it was electronically published in 2007, but that the website had been updated in 2014, proving to be a very current article. Additionally, the information in this article is similar to that in other sources, which means the information is correct. When looking for the author, there is not a specific author, but it is on the territory's government website, thus being reliable. The author also put in bibliography siting multiple reliable sources, including research done by architect Marshall Weisler. The mood if this article is informative, and in no ways shows any chance of choosing I biased side or opinion.