When Alaska and Hawaii gained statehood in 1959, the era of the incorporated territory ended -- except in one place. A tiny Pacific island called Palmyra Atoll has, for the past 55 years, been America's last incorporated territory.
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As my daughter, husband and I stepped off the plane at the tiny Savusavu airport in Fiji, the first thing I saw was a couple of cows tethered to a post.
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