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Demographics
American Samoa's total land area is 76 square miles. Tutuila, the main island where Pago Pago Bay is located, has a land area of 54 square miles, with its highest peak, Mt. Matafao, rising 2,142 feet above the waters of Pago Pago Bay. The remaining 22 square miles include the three Manu'a Islands of Ofu, Olosega, and Ta'u, which boast of the highest peak in the territory, Lata Mountain, at 3,050 feet. Other islands in American Samoa include Aunu'u, a satellite 1/4 mile off the eastern tip of Tutuila, Rose Atoll, a wild life refuge 65 miles east of Manu'a, and Swains Island, located 200 miles north of Pago Pago.