ISLAM and MUSLIMS IN NORFOLK ISLAND
Norfolk Island (13.36 sq mi; 34.6 sq km) was placed under Australian administration in 1914. The population is 1,826 (July 2006 est.). Formerly a notorious penal colony, Norfolk Island became home to the entire population of Pitcairn Island in 1856. The 194 residents of tiny Pitcairn—all of whom were the descendants of the mutineers from the HMS Bounty and their Tahitian wives—embarked on the 3,700-mile journey to Norfolk because of overpopulation. Many Norfolk residents can trace their genealogy directly to the adventurers from Bounty.
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