|Sitela Muamoholeva, Salt Lake City, Utah: an interview by Savani Aupiu, 16 October 2008: Pacific Islanders Oral History Project, U-1947
|No. 656 Sitela Muamoholeva
|Muamoholeva, Sitela, 1949-
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|Muamoholeva, Sitela, 1949- --Interviews; Tongan Americans--Utah--Biography; Pacific Islanders--Utah--Social conditions; Latter Day Saints--Biography
|Transcript (27 pages) of an interview by Savani Aupiu with Sitela Muamoholeva on 16 October 2008. Part of the Pacific Islanders Oral History Project, Everett Cooley Collection tape no. U-1947
|Sitela Muamoholeva (b. 1949) was born and raised in Neiafu in Vava´u, Tonga. She comes from a family of nine children. She talks about her elementary school and her experience at Liahona High School. After high school she went on a Mormon mission in Tonga. When she returned from her mission she attended BYU Hawaii. She talks about her and her family´s religious background. While going to school she worked at the Polynesian Cultural Center. She met her husband at BYU Hawaii. Sitela and her husband moved to Provo. They have four children. Project: Pacific Islander Oral History Project. Interviewer: Savani Aupiu
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