Pitcairn Island (Adamstown) - Lonely but beautiful
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Pitcairn Islanders singing during first Skype video chat at Bounty-Pitcairn Conference 2012, #2
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Pitcairn Islanders also referred to as Pitkerners, are the inhabitants or citizens of the Pitcairn Islands. The Pitcairn Islands is a nation, mainly inhabited by Euronesians of British and Tahitian descent.
The culture held in common by most Pitcairn Islanders is mainstream Pitcairn culture, a mixture of British and Polynesian culture derived from the traditions of the settlers who landed in 1790. Most of the people today are descended from the HMS Bounty mutineers of English, Cornish, Manx, Scottish descent and the Tahitian companions, including the few who settled afterwards. As of 2018, there are a total of 50 people inhabiting the island.
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