Norwegian Archaeological Expedition to Easter Island
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The Norwegian Archaeological Expedition to Easter Island occurred in 1955, and was led by Thor Heyerdahl. For the trip, he converted a 150-foot Greenland trawler into an expedition ship. Heyerdahl did not fare well in the scholarly press after his return.
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