Pitcairn Islanders also referred to as Pitkerners, are the inhabitants or citizens of the Pitcairn Islands. The Pitcairn Islands is a nation, home to people of different ethnic and national backgrounds.Despite its composition, the culture held in common by most Pitcairn Islanders is referred to as mainstream Pitcairn culture, a mix of British and Polynesian culture largely derived from the traditions of settlers, primarily of English, Scottish, Tahitian descent (descendants of the Bounty mutineers) and other Polynesians.

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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, home to people of different ethnic and national backgrounds.Despite its composition, the culture held in common by most Pitcairn Islanders is referred to as mainstream Pitcairn culture, a mix of British and Polynesian culture largely derived from the traditions of settlers, primarily of English, Scottish, Tahitian descent (descendants of the Bounty mutineers) and other Polynesians. There is also a Pitcairn diaspora particularly in New Zealand, Norfolk Island and mainland Australia as a result that in 1856 all 193 Pitkerners immigrated to Norfolk Island but 16 of them returned to Pitcairn the following year followed by a further four families in 1864. (en)
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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, home to people of different ethnic and national backgrounds.Despite its composition, the culture held in common by most Pitcairn Islanders is referred to as mainstream Pitcairn culture, a mix of British and Polynesian culture largely derived from the traditions of settlers, primarily of English, Scottish, Tahitian descent (descendants of the Bounty mutineers) and other Polynesians. (en)
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