The small island - though large enough to have a US-manned airfield during WW Two - in the South Pacific is a Abandoned Village, which cannot be restored under current Supreme Ruler
* Wikipedia history - It was claimed by the United States under the Guano Islands Act of 1856, though little actual mining of guano took place.
Permanent settlement started by 1882, mainly by workers in coconut plantations and fishermen but, due to an extreme drought which killed off tens of thousands of coconut palms – about 75% of Kiritimati's population of this plant – the island was once again abandoned between 1905 and 1912.
Many of the toponyms in the island go back to Father Emmanuel Rougier, a French priest who leased the island from 1917 to 1939 and planted some 800,000 coconut trees there. He lived in his Paris house (now only small ruins) located at Benson Point, across the Burgle Channel from Londres (today London) at Bridges Point where he established the port. Joe's Hill was named by Joe English, who served as plantation manager for Rougier between 1915 and 1919.
* I believe the island should be restored to an inhabited island, using either name of TABWAKER or LONDON (where the small port is located) as the Small Village name.
REMOVE: Abandoned Village
ADD: Small Village X 034 Y 405 Sea Pier
Thanks for considering.