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Title:   The Coming Hawaii
Author:   Goodrich, Joseph King, 1850-1921
Publisher:   Chicago, Illinois; A. C. Mcclurg & Co.; University of California Libraries
Language:   English
Date:   1914
Subjects:   Hawaii, United States, Travel
Collections:   American Libraries Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0000430246
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...sic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: THE COMING HAWAII Author: JOSEPH KING GOODRICH Language: English Subject: Fiction, ... ....html). World Public Library Association P.O. Box 22687 Honolulu, Hawaii 96823 info@WorldLibrary.net Copyright © 20, All Rights Reserved... ...... ...net THE COMING CANADA, 320 pages. With 40 illustrations $i.so net THE COMING HAWAII, 336 pages. With 37 illustrations $1.50 net A. C. McCLURG & CO., C... ...s $1.50 net A. C. McCLURG & CO., Chicago Cte morlD CO'Hap ^erle$ THE COMING HAWAII BY JOSEPH KING GOODRICH Sometime Professor in the Imperial Governm... ... the author has followed the example of one group of the other writers about Hawaii. These writers may be divided into two principal classes: those wh... ... it has been done deliberately and with what is considered ample reason. The Hawaiian archipelago is attractive in almost every way, and its charms ar... ... would be 1530393 VI PREFACE a simpler task in the case of the Territory of Hawaii, for its future is now Hnked with that of the great United States ... ...ef Preface, and that is to express thanks to Mr. H. P. Wood, Director of the Hawaii Promotion Committee, for assist- ance rendered in procuring the ph...
 
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Title:   Hawaii, Past and Present
Author:   Castle, William R. (William Richards), 1878-1963
Publisher:   New York, Dodd, Mead & Co., Publishers
Language:   English
Date:   1913
Subjects:   Hawaii, United States, Travel
Collections:   American Libraries Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0000785875
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... HAWAII PAST AND PRESENT HAWAII PAST AND PRESENT By WILLIAM R. CASTLE, JR, M Author of"T... ..., bt DODD, MEAD AND COMPANY Published March, 1913 Wo MY FATHER Lifelong friend of the Hawaiian People ; foremost among those who have laboured for th... ...REFACE This book has a double purpose : to tell those who stay at home something about Hawaii, the young- est of American Territories ; and to help th... ...k is available for the traveller. Many books have been written about special phases of Hawaii — its history or its com- merce or its industry — but no... ...ve been easy to devote all the space to discussion of industrial conditions, or of the Hawaiian people, or of the Volcano, but this would have been to... ...scribed. And I hope the book may do something toward stirring in others an interest in Hawaii, an interest which, with fuller knowledge, must issue in... ...I have drawn freely on Dr. W. J^. Alexander's excellent book, " A Brief History of the Hawaiian People," and on Mr. C. W. Baldwin's clear and accurate... ...the Hawaiian People," and on Mr. C. W. Baldwin's clear and accurate " Geography of the Hawaiian Islands," and to the authors of both these books I wan... ...father, who has read my manuscript and who, from his almost inexhaustible knowledge of Hawaiian affairs, has made suggestions without which this book ...
 
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Title:   Hawaii Nei : An Idyll of the Pacific Isles
Author:   Bailey, Edward
Publisher:   Ann Arbor, M.I.; Samuel C. Andrews, Bookseller and Publisher
Language:   English
Date:   1800
Subjects:   Hawaii -- Poetry, United States, Travel
Collections:   American Libraries Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0000764770
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...BRARY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA INMEMORY OF Martha Beckwith HAWAII NEI. AN IDYLL THE PACIFIC ISLES. =)><((= BY EDWARD BAILEY. ANN ARBOR... ...nders new. LIB. Add'l GIFT t>\/^ Courier Steam Printing House, Ann Arbor. HAWAII NEI. The islands of Hawaii nei I sing. 'Tis but their peep of day. P... ...arge Our little patch of earth's domain, Now under Kalakaua's reign ; 254 Hawaii Nei. Which, as appears upon the map, Sticks one more feather in his ... ... Whose battle, called the Paniwai, Its crystal stream with blood did dye. Hawaii Nei. Dammed was the stream with human corses Slain by Kamehameha's f... ...ck, Or one of Madame Pele's rages, Where it has lain, perhaps for ages. 6 Hawaii Nei. Lehua and Kaula too, The satellites of Queen Niihau, I've never... ...e know. I've nothing said of Molokai, Which in the midst of all doth lie, Hawaii Nei. And, heaving to the clouds its back, Makes up in length what wi... ...ace ; But I could ne'er my wits curtail, Within this lotus eaters 1 vale. Hawaii Nei. The western end is broad and low, Where nothing but the grass c... ...If the lake cleft, they drew him down, And then his name won due renown j Hawaii Nei. But if the powers gave no sign, It was a mark of woe condign ; ... ...rove of palms begems its top, From which, all round, its sides do drop io Hawaii J7ei. In rocks quite bare of herb or tree To where they meet the roa...
 
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Title:   Hiwa; A Tale of Ancient Hawaii
Author:   Dole, Edmund Pearson, 1850-1928
Publisher:   New York; London; Harper & Brothers, Publishers
Language:   Hawaiian
Date:   1900
Subjects:   Hawaii -- Fiction, United States, Travel
Collections:   American Libraries Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0000789609
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...ARY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA LOSANGELES HIWA A TALE OF ANCIENT HAWAII EDMUND P. DOLE HARPER & BROTHERS NEW YORK AND LONDON MGM Copyright,... ...E BATTLE 84 XIII. THE SACRIFICE 91 GLOSSARY . 99 HIWA A TALE OF ANCIENT HAWAII CHAPTER I KU IS AVENGED JIIE first glimmering ofdawn rested on Waipi... ...d prostrated himself with his face to the ground, for well he knew that by Hawaiian law it was death for acommon man like him to stand in the presence... ...t. One of them reached out to save the boat, a chattel of great value to a Hawaiian ; but the fanatical high-priest interposed. "Let it dash itse... ...e was about twenty years fc-f of age, of regal stature ; for among ancient Hawaii- ans men and women of kingly stock were gigantic, fully six feet in ... ...Shark-God, had taken her to himself. 16 CHAPTER IV THE RESCUE OF THE BOAT Hawaiian Islands, as all the world knows, are en tirely of volcanic origin.... ...of the coral insect, a rare one, too, on the rock-bound, windward coast of Hawaii. Tiny waves murmured on the shore as. softly as a mother s lullaby. ... ...aves, but more fre quently ate them raw, as the most refined people in the Hawaiian Islands do to this day people of pure white as well as native bloo... ...e or America eating fish raw; but he eats oysters raw. Fish and^wi are the Hawaiian staffof life. Pol is made from taro, one of the most di gestible a...
 
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Title:   Scenes in Hawaii; Or, Life in the Sandwich Islands
Author:   Grant, Minnie Caroline Robinson, Mrs. W. Forsyth Grant
Publisher:   Toronto; Hart & Co.
Language:   English
Date:   1888
Subjects:   Hawaii, United States, Travel
Collections:   American Libraries Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0001250456
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...fyl3All> \\\t-UNIVERS/A AfclOS-AN <$. *-* ^ ^ I/O s sfifl SCENES IS HAWAII. SCENES IN HAWAII OR IUJHE SANDWICH ISLANDS BY M. FORSYTH GRANT... ...e publicity in this form to my notes and observations while on my journey to Hawaii and stay there, I must ask them and others who may care to read th... ... group of Islands which Captain Cook discovered in 1776 and on one of which, Hawaii he was murdered on his second visit in 1778, at Kealakekua Bay. On... ...ot is marked by a granite monument brought by a man-of-war from England. The Hawaiian Kingdom formerly known as the Sandwich Islands, lies between the... ...ands, viz : Oahu, on which is Honolulu, the Capital and seat of Government ; Hawaii, the largest, on which are active the Volcanoes ; Maui, Lanai, Kau... ...States joined them ; as two of these nations regard treaties as binding, the Hawaiian Kingdom is likely to retain its independence, unless war in Euro... ...ny Bills his faithful Commons sent him, lately much curtailed. When I was in Hawaii the King practically controlled all measures or rather the power b... ...e, for the King, though well educated and intelligent, was credited with the Hawaiian trait of extreme indifference to matters of importance, or matte... ...M. F. G. CONTENTS. CHAPTER I. San Francisco. Chinese. " The Australia." His Hawaiian Majesty. English cricketers The invalid. First glimpse cf Honolu...
 
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Title:   Kiana : A Tradition of Hawaii
Author:   Jarves, James Jackson, 1818-1888
Publisher:   Boston, M.A.; J. Munroe
Language:   English
Date:   1857
Subjects:   Hawaii -- Social life and customs, United States, Travel
Collections:   American Libraries Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0000908945
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...ture Collection World Public Library.org Title: KIANA A TRADITION OF HAWAII Author: JAMES J. JARVES Language: English Subject: Fiction, Liter... ....html). World Public Library Association P.O. Box 22687 Honolulu, Hawaii 96823 info@WorldLibrary.net Copyright © 20, All Rights Reserved... ...... ... HIS MAJESTY ALEXANDER LIHOLIHO, WHO NOW SO WORTHILY FILLS THE THRONE OF THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, AS KAMEHAMEHA IV., THIS TRADITION OF HIS KINGDOM IS RES... ... to Kamehameha I., during the reign of Kahoukapa, or Kiana, there arrived at Hawaii, a white priest, bringing with him an idol, which, by his persuasi... ...h him an idol, which, by his persuasion, was enrolled in the calendar of the Hawaiian gods, and a temple erected for its service. The stranger priest ... ...ft a reputation for goodness that was green in the memories of the people of Hawaii three centuries later. Another statement adds that a vessel was wr... ...riest, woman, and several men were rescued from a wreck, landed and lived in Hawaii, and acquired power and consideration from their superior knowledg... ...never heard from. Why may not one of these be the vessel that was wrecked on Hawaii ? The winds would naturally drive her in that direction, and the d...
 
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Title:   Kalani of Oahu : An Historical Romance of Hawaii
Author:   Newell, Charles Martin, 1821
Publisher:   Boston, Published by the Author
Language:   English
Date:   1881
Subjects:   Hawaii -- History Fiction, United States, Travel
Collections:   American Libraries Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0000906577
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...L Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org ROMANCE OF HAWAII Title: KALANI OF OAHU AN HISTORICAL ROMANCE OF HAWAII Author:... ....html). World Public Library Association P.O. Box 22687 Honolulu, Hawaii 96823 info@WorldLibrary.net Copyright © 20, All Rights Reserved... ...... ...used of an anamorphosis in materi- alizing some of the invisible gods of the Hawaiian mythology, permit a word in extenuation. Among an isolate people... ...times of national exigency. A yet still further advance had been made by the Hawaiians when rediscovered by Cook, for they had become the most perfect... ...e, . . 43 CHAPTER V. Kalani escapes with his Dead Warriors and Pelelulu. The Hawaiian Godiva. Beauty of the God-born Princess. Wooings of the King. Be... ...ing. Betrothing of the Lovers, . 59 CHAPTER VI. Keone Ane : his Influence in Hawaiian Affairs. Kalani arrives at Maui. Sacrifices to Moa-alii. Return ... ... Hawaiian Affairs. Kalani arrives at Maui. Sacrifices to Moa-alii. Return to Hawaii with an Army. Praying to Pele for Divine Aid, 79 9 10 CONTENTS. C... ...lani's Interview with the Dread Goddess of Kilauea. Pele destroys one of the Hawaiian Armies to a Man. Her Invisible Presence manifested to Kalani, . ...
 
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Title:   Scenes in Hawaii or Life in the Sandwich Islands
Author:   Grant, Mary Forsyth
Publisher:   Toronto, Hart
Language:   English
Date:   1888
Subjects:   Hawaii -- Description and travel, United States, Travel
Collections:   Canadian Libraries Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0001250457
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...* i mmt^ SCENES IM HAWAII. Q.TtiVty SCENES IN HAWAII OR I^FE \\M SANDWICH ISLANDS BY M FORS... ...publicity in this form to my notes and observations while on my journey to Hawaii and stay there, I must ask them and others who may care to read them... ...up of Islands which Captain Cook discovered in 1776 — and on one of which, Hawaii — he was murdered on his second visit in 1778, at Kealakekua Bay. On... ...arked by a granite monument brought by a man-of-war from England. 'b 1 The Hawaiian Kingdom formerly known as the Sandwich Islands, lies between the 2... ..., viz : — Oahu, on which is Honolulu, the Capital and seat of Government ; Hawaii, the largest, on which are active the Volcanoes ; Maui, Lanai, Kauai... ...ates joined them ; as two of these nations regard treaties as binding, the Hawaiian Kingdom is likely to retain its independence, unless war in Europe... ... Bills his faithful Commons sent him, lately much curtailed. When I was in Hawaii the King practically controlled all measures or rather the power beh... ... for the King, though well educated and intelligent, was credited with the Hawaiian trait of extreme indifference to matters of importance, or matters... ... F. G. CONTENTS. CHAPTER I. San Francisco.—Chinese.— "The Australia."—His Hawaiian Majesty. — English cricketers — The invalid.—First glimpse cf Hono...
 
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Title:   Kohala of Hawaii. A Story of the Sandwich Islands Revolution
Author:   Calhoun, A. R. (Alfred Rochefort), B. 1844
Publisher:   New York, P. F. Collier
Language:   English
Date:   1893
Subjects:   Hawaii -- History Fiction, United States, Travel
Collections:   American Libraries Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0000911565
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...ssic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: KOHALA OF HAWAII Author: ALFRED R. CALHOUN Language: English Subject: Fiction, Lit... ....html). World Public Library Association P.O. Box 22687 Honolulu, Hawaii 96823 info@WorldLibrary.net Copyright © 20, All Rights Reserved... ...... ...ER, in the Office of the Librarian of Corvjress at "VTaKhin.yten. KOHALA OF HAWAII. INTRODUCTION. No ALIEN land iii all the world has so strong an at... ...ound a charm for the American who has trod its emerald shores, as beautiful "Hawaii" the native, and hence the proper, name for what Captain Cook, the... ...cean breeze is always cool and refreshing, and from Diamond (3) 4 KOHALA OF HAWAII. Head, to the east, to Pearl Harbor, on the west, there is such a ... ...enoted force and had in it the suggestion of a military training. KOHALA OF HAWAII. 5 The other man, although not above medium height, looked taller,... ...re studying in Paris two years ago, my faith in your claims to the throne of Hawaii and my appreciation of your fitness for the position have grown st... ... fitness for the position have grown stronger and stronger. But 6 KOHALA OF HAWAII. I would be a fool and not your friend if I closed my eyes to the ...
 
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Title:   Hawaii under King Kalakaua from Personal Experiences of Leavitt H. Hallock
Author:   Hallock, Leavitt H. (Leavitt Harmon), 1842-1921
Publisher:   Portland, M.E.; Smith and Sale
Language:   English
Date:   1911
Subjects:   Hawaii -- Description and travel, United States, Travel
Collections:   American Libraries Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0000785877
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... HAWAII ROYAL PALM AVENUE IN ign, HONOLULU HAWAII UNDER KING KALAKAUA FROM PERSONAL EXPERIENCES OF LEAVITT... ...iki Beach 3 Diamond Head from Waikiki Beach 8 Avenue of Royal Palms, Honolulu 10 Royal Hawaiian Hotel, Honolulu . 12 Surf canoeing near Diamond Head .... ... The Pali, outNuuanu Avenue, Hono- lulu 39 Diamond Head from Kapiolani Park 45 Typical Hawaiian Girl 48 Native Hawaiian "Luau" or feast . 54 Pounding ... ...Native Hawaiian "Luau" or feast . 54 Pounding u Poi" ....... 56 Coast scene, Island of Hawaii... 58 Native grass hut, now rare in Hawaii 66 Country sc... ...68 225292 FOREWORD * V HIS is not a guide book, nor a story * of to-day ! Yesterday Hawaii was a foreign king- dom ; to-day it is an out-lying terr... ...ulu. Aloha Nui ! Bright gem of the Pacific ! LEAVITT H. HALLOCK Lewiston, Maine, IQII HAWAII HAWAII SAN FRANCISCO TO HAWAII AND A NIGHT WITH T... ... Hill " and the mansions of million- aires and all the dreary sand-dunes ; thirty THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS miles of the finest of harbors at her stern, s... ...lue waves, white-crested and majes- tic ; the crisp air is a tonic and the cigar- THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS shaped steamer rocks us pitilessly in the crad... ...g, but the red and grey ridges of volcanic rock improve as we draw near, for amid THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS their scorched and weather-beaten heights we c...
 
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Title:   Kelea : The Surf-Rider, A Romance of Pagan Hawaii
Author:   Twombly, Alexander Stevenson, 1832-1907
Publisher:   New York; Fords, Howard, and Hubert
Language:   English
Date:   1900
Subjects:   Hawaii -- Social life and customs, United States, Travel
Collections:   American Libraries Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0000908080
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....html). World Public Library Association P.O. Box 22687 Honolulu, Hawaii 96823 info@WorldLibrary.net Copyright © 20, All Rights Reserved... ...... ... Howard, Sf Hulbert IQOO Copyright in 1900 BY ALEXANDER S. TWOMBLY. To the HAWAIIAN FRIENDS who welcomed the author to their homes in 1894, and to a... ...ULT, ... 76 VIII. PAAO THE TRAITOR 85 IX. HOOKAMA OFF HlS GUARD, . . 90 X. A HAWAIIAN MAIDEN'S REVENGE, . 97 XL A HAWAIIAN WOOING, . . .108 XII. A VIS... ...STRESS, . 119 XIII. A SAVAGE TYRANT FOILED, . .130 XIV. HOOKAMA, PRISONER AT HAWAII, . 145 XV. A DUEL WITH SPEARS, . . .156 XVI. MENEHUNE, THE DWARF-G... ... ITS CULMINATING . POINT 374 XXXVI. ALOHA I 389 ILLUSTRATIONS. 1. WATERFALL HAWAII . . . Frontispiece PAGE 2. HAWAIIAN GRASS HOUSE . . . . 15 3. THE ... ...PAGE 2. HAWAIIAN GRASS HOUSE . . . . 15 3. THE PINNACLE IAO VALLEY ... 74 4. HAWAIIAN WOMEN BATHING ... 96 5. SURF-SCENE 176 6. COCOA-NUT ISLAND 202 7... ...to us the vision of a beautiful girl, who, before the white man came, or the Hawaiian islanders flung their idols to the flames, became the idol of Ho... ... household, she was a pretty child, with something in her blood unlike other Hawaiian infants a strain perhaps of a forgotten foreign KELEA: THESURF-...
 
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Title:   Constitutional History of Hawaii
Author:   Chambers, Henry E. (Henry Edward), 1860-1929
Publisher:   Baltimore; Johns Hopkins University Press
Language:   English
Date:   1896
Subjects:   Hawaii -- Constitutional history, United States, Travel
Collections:   American Libraries Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0000388969
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...S Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org HISTORY OF HAWAII Title: CONSTITUTIONAL HISTORY OF HAWAII Author: HENRY E. CHAM... ....html). World Public Library Association P.O. Box 22687 Honolulu, Hawaii 96823 info@WorldLibrary.net Copyright © 20, All Rights Reserved... ... PBINTKBS, BALTIMOBE. TABLE OF CONTENTS. PAGE. I. Constitutional History of Hawaii. By Henry E. Chambers 7 II. City Government of Baltimore. By Thadd... ... Maryland Revolution of 1689. By F. E. Sparks 477 CONSTITUTIONAL HISTORY OF HAWAII JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY STUDIES IN HlSTOBICAL AND POLITICAL SCIE... ...cs are present History Freeman FOURTEENTH SERIES I CONSTITUTIONAL HISTORY OF HAWAII BY HENRY E. CHAMBERS Fellow by Courtesy, Johns Hopkins University,... ... BALTIMORE. CONTENTS. PAGE. I. INTRODUCTION. Position and Importance of the Hawaiian Islands 7 Discovery 7 Early History 8 II. THE ESTABLISHMENT or G... ... 10 III. THE ARRIVAL OF THE MISSIONARIES. Significance of Missionary Work in Hawaii 10 IV. THE FIRST HAWAIIAN CONSTITUTION. Origin 11 A Savage Seminar... ... Inferences and Implied Powers 16 Constitutional Results 16 The Beginning of Hawaiian Ministerial Responsibility 16 VI. THE CONSTITUTION OF 1852. The ... ... Existing at the Time 30 Synopsis of the Queen's Unpublished Constitution 31 Hawaii has no Grievance against Anglo-Saxon Civilization, 33 Failure of t...
 
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Title:   The Story of Hawaii
Author:   Owen, J. A. (Jean Allan), 1841-1922
Publisher:   London and New York; Harper & Brothers, Publishers
Language:   English
Date:   1898
Subjects:   Hawaii -- History, United States, Travel
Collections:   American Libraries Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0001307234
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... GIFT OF A. P. Morrison h THE STORY OF HAWAII A BRIDGl", ON AN f)LD PLANTATION THE STORY OF HAWAII BY JEAN... ... literal sense a wanderer. Having spent some years in Oahu, the chief of the Hawaiian Islands, besides having been in close and regular correspondence... ... English residents, my sisters, ever since, I may claim to know something of Hawaii and its people ; and also of those from other countries who have, ... ...e their homes there, and who now have large vested interests in the Islands. Hawaii lies between 18° 54' and 22° 15' of north latitude, that is just w... ...n de- clared by a naval expert to be " the key to the entire Pacific." Since Hawaii has become a bone of inter- Preface vii national contention, some... ...to acknow- ledge my indebtedness to Professor Alexander in his '' History of Hawaii," to Mrs. Judd's interesting diary, published by her son, Mr. A. F... ..., Mr. A. F. Judd, to Mr. Thrum's ''Annual for 1897," to Mrs. Emma Nakuina, a Hawaiian lady living in Honolulu, and to Professor A. B. Lyons. JEAN A. O... ...TENTS CHAP. PAGE I. THE EIGHT INHABITED ISLANDS .... I II. PLANT LIFE OF THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS . . . 30 III. ORIGIN OF THE HAWAIIANS ; THEIR EARLY CUST... ...9 IV. THE GODDESS OF THE GREAT VOLCANOES . . 8g V. THE FIRST KINGS OF UNITED HAWAII . . . I02 VI. A PRACTICAL MISSION 129 VII. KAMEHAMEHA III., HIS AD...
 
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Title:   Men of Hawaii : Being a Biographical Reference Library, Complete and Authentic, Of the Men of Note and Substantial Achievement in the Hawaiian Islands : Volume 1
Author:   Siddall, John William
Publisher:   Honolulu; Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Volume:  Vol. 1
Language:   English
Date:   1917
Subjects:   Hawaii -- Biography, United States, Travel
Collections:   American Libraries Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0000994910
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...iterature Collection World Public Library.org VOL. I Title: MEN OF HAWAII, VOL. I Author: JOHN WILLIAM SIDDALL Language: English Subject: Fic... ...tml). World Public Library Association P.O. Box 22687 Honolulu, Hawaii 96823 info@WorldLibrary.net Copyright © 20, All Rights Reserved W... ... WILLIAM SIDDALL PUBLISHED BY HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, LIMITED TERRITORY OF HAWAII 1917 t -> ' 87427V T % > ' * - COPYRIGHT. 1917 HONOLULU STAR-BULLET... ... 87427V T % > ' * - COPYRIGHT. 1917 HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, LTD. HONOLULU. HAWAII N PRESENTING "Men of Hawaii" to the public a public considerably wi... ...eference volume presenting biographically pertinent facts about the men of Hawaii who lead in their respective fields. In general these fields are the... ...ational, the religious and the scientific covering all activities which in Hawaii have brought its men to the front as potent and constructive factors... ...y country, of any nation may be measured by the biographies of its men. In Hawaii this is true today as in ancient Greece, medieval Rome, modern Franc... ..., medieval Rome, modern France, or England, or the mainland United States. Hawaii is a modern American community with its roots far back in the past. ... ...eas on their way to and from the island ports. With varying ex- periences, Hawaii developed industrially under a monarchical form of government, with ...
 
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Title:   Men of Hawaii : Being a Biographical Reference Library, Complete and Authentic, Of the Men of Note and Substantial Achievement in the Hawaiian Islands : Volume 2
Author:   Siddall, John William
Publisher:   Honolulu; Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Volume:  Vol. 2
Language:   English
Date:   1917
Subjects:   Hawaii -- Biography, United States, Travel
Collections:   American Libraries Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0000999015
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...terature Collection World Public Library.org VOL. II Title: MEN OF HAWAII, VOL. II Author: JOHN WILLIAM SIDDALL Language: English Subject: Fi... ...tml). World Public Library Association P.O. Box 22687 Honolulu, Hawaii 96823 info@WorldLibrary.net Copyright © 20, All Rights Reserved W... ...... ...PLETE AND AUTHENTIC, OF THE MEN OF NOTE AND SUBSTANTIAL ACHIEVEMENT IN THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS VOLUME REVISED EDITED BY JOHN WILLIAM SIDDALL .AV , . PUBL... ... SIDDALL .AV , . PUBLISHED BY HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN. LIMITED TERRITORY OF HAWAII 1921 87 428 \ 'c' cVc 1 <. i ,- c' , c c c c C '.';,-v' : -'"'/ "" ... ...';,-v' : -'"'/ "" ; COPYRIGHT. 1921 HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN. LTD. HONOLULU. HAWAII <. *.tc FOREWORD N PRESENTING "Men of Hawaii" to the public - a pub... ...eference volume presenting biographically pertinent facts about the men of Hawaii who lead in their respective fields. In general these fields are the... ...nal, the religious and the scientific - - covering all activities which in Hawaii have brought its men to the front as potent and constructive factors... ...y country, of any nation may be measured by the biographies of its men. In Hawaii this is true today as in ancient Greece, medieval Rome, modern Franc...
 
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Title:   Constitutional History of Hawaii
Author:   Chambers, Henry Edward, 1860-1911
Publisher:   Baltimore; Johns Hopkins University Press
Language:   English
Date:   1896
Subjects:   Hawaii -- Constitutional history, United States, Travel
Collections:   Canadian Libraries Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0000388971
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... CHAMBERS Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org OF HAWAII, I Title: CONSTITUTIONAL HISTORY OF HAWAII, I Author: HENRY E... ....html). World Public Library Association P.O. Box 22687 Honolulu, Hawaii 96823 info@WorldLibrary.net Copyright © 20, All Rights Reserved... ... PRINTERS, BALTIMORE. TABLE OF CONTENTS. PAGE. I. Constitutional History of Hawaii. By Henry E. Chambers 7 II. City Government of Baltimore. By Thadd... ... Maryland Revolution of 1689. By F. E. Sparks 477 CONSTITUTIONAL HISTORY OF HAWAII JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY STDDIES IN Historical and Political Scie... ...ics are present History — Freeman FOURTEENTH SERIES 1 CONSTITUTIONAL HISTORY HAWAII By HENRY E. CHAMBERS Fellow by Courtesy, Johns Hopkins University,... ... BALTIMORE. CONTENTS. PAGE. I. Introduction. Position and Importance of the Hawaiian Islands 7 Discovery « Early History > 8 II. The Establishment op... ... 10 III. The Arrival of the Missionaries. Significance of Missionary Work in Hawaii 10 IV. The First Hawaiian Constitution. Origin n A Savage Seminary... ... Inferences and Implied Powers 16 Constitutional Results 16 The Beginning of Hawaiian Ministerial Responsibility 16 VI. The Constitution of 1852. The ... ... Existing at the Time 30 Synopsis of the Queen's Unpublished Constitution 31 Hawaii has no Grievance against Anglo-Saxon Civilization, 33 Failure of t...
 
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Title:   Constitutional History of Hawaii
Author:   Chambers, Henry Edward, 1860-1911
Publisher:   Baltimore; Johns Hopkins University Press
Language:   English
Date:   1896
Subjects:   Hawaii -- Constitutional history, United States, Travel
Collections:   Canadian Libraries Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0000388970
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... CHAMBERS Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org OF HAWAII, I Title: CONSTITUTIONAL HISTORY OF HAWAII, I Author: HENRY E... ....html). World Public Library Association P.O. Box 22687 Honolulu, Hawaii 96823 info@WorldLibrary.net Copyright © 20, All Rights Reserved... ... PRINTERS, BALTIMORE. TABLE OF CONTENTS. PAGE. I. Constitutional History of Hawaii. By Henry E. Chambers 7 II. City Government of Baltimore. By Thadd... ... Maryland Revolution of 1689. By F. E. Sparks 477 CONSTITUTIONAL HISTORY OF HAWAII JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY STUDIES IN HISTORICAL AND POLITICAL SCIE... ...cs are present History Freeman FOURTEENTH SERIES I CONSTITUTIONAL HISTORY OP HAWAII BY HENRY E. CHAMBERS Fellow by Courtesy, Johns Hopkins University,... ...IMORE. C3'3 CONTENTS. PAGE. I. INTRODUCTION. Position and Importance of the Hawaiian Islands 7 Discovery 7 Early History 8 II. THE ESTABLISHMENT OF G... ... 10 III. THE ARRIVAL OF THE MISSIONARIES. Significance of Missionary Work in Hawaii 10 IV. THE FIRST HAWAIIAN CONSTITUTION. Origin 11 A Savage Seminar... ... Inferences and Implied Powers 16 Constitutional Results 16 The Beginning of Hawaiian Ministerial Responsibility 16 VI. THE CONSTITUTION OF 1852. The ... ... Existing at the Time 30 Synopsis of the Queen's Unpublished Constitution 31 Hawaii has no Grievance against Anglo-Saxon Civilization, 33 Failure of t...
 
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Title:   Old Time Hawaiians and Their Work
Author:   Lawrence, Mary S
Publisher:   Boston, New York; Ginn & Co., Publishers
Language:   English
Date:   1912
Subjects:   Hawaii -- History, United States, Travel
Collections:   American Libraries Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0001081763
Format Type:   PDF (eBook)
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...tml). World Public Library Association P.O. Box 22687 Honolulu, Hawaii 96823 info@WorldLibrary.net Copyright © 20, All Rights Reserved W... ...MPANY- PRO- PRIETORS BOSTON U.S.A. DEDICATED TO THE BOYS AND GIRLS OF THE HAWAIIAN RACE JL. Mo GORDON This book was written primarily to supply the ... ...E JL. Mo GORDON This book was written primarily to supply the children of Hawaii with a history of their own race. It ought to be of interest also to... ...much about their Indian neighbors, but have only a vague conception of the Hawaiian, whose interests are so closely linked with their own. As an aid t... ...uscript the author had the rare opportunity of using it in herown class of Hawaiian girls at the Kamehameha School for Girls, thus being able to test ... ... test its practicability and to change it to suit the needs viii OLD-TIME HAWAIIANS AND THEIR WORK of the child. In working out the primitive activit... .... Cross ; the frontispiece is from Caroline Haskins Gurrey's collection of Hawaiian types, which was exhibited at the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition ... ...pologist. Emphasis is laid upon the activities that center about the home. Hawaiian folklore is too meager to permit the child Keikiwai to be a real p... ...terial was used, but special mention may be made of Ellis's ' Tour through Hawaii," Alexander's " History of the Hawaiian People," Thrum's " Annual," ...
 
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Title:   The New Hawaiian Girl: A Play
Author:   Wilcox, Ella Wheeler, 1850-1919
Publisher:   London, Gay and Hancock
Language:   English
Date:   1910
Subjects:   Hawaii -- Drama, United States, Travel
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Book Id:   WPLBN0001053043
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...ESENTED BY PROF.CHARLES A.KOFOIDAND MRS.PRUDENCE W.KOFOID THE NEW HAWAIIAN GIRL JJ PLAY BY ELLA WHEELER WILGOX ILLUSTRATIONS BY JOHN PRENDERG... ...CK, LTD. 1910 AU Rights Rtstrvtd 95-4 PROLOGUE CIMEHAMEHA FIRST, of the Hawaiian Islands, conquered his foes in a great battle, driving them over t... ...The Hula (pronounced hoola) was the national muscle and abdominal dance of Hawaii, and the late King Kalakua was its enthusiastic patron. The costume ... ... The flower-sellers are one of the national features of Honolulu. THE NEW HAWAIIAN GIRL Scene made to represent grounds at Hawaiian Hotel. Sort of op... ...I hate to go ! RALPH. Don t mention it ; I shun the very thought. THE NEW HAWAIIAN GIRL ETHEL. You see, this is the sort of thing one hears, And don ... ...well, tastes differ. I don t care for brown ; At least for this pronounced Hawaiian shade. I really can t imagine how a man Could love a girl dyed to ... ...an t imagine how a man Could love a girl dyed to a chronic tan. 6 THE NEW HAWAIIAN GIRL RALPH. Some one has said, Love goes where it is sent. ETHEL (... ...ne crazy thought To look upon that strange girl s face once more. THE NEW HAWAIIAN GIRL 7 That is the luny project which has brought The four of us t... ...ul flowers in bloom ; Colours of splendour, fragrance so tender 8 THE NEW HAWAIIAN GIRL Blossoms to brighten your room ; Leis, leis, royal leis, who ...
 
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Title:   History of Later Years of the Hawaiian Monarchy and the Revolution of 1893
Author:   Alexander, W. D., William de Witt, 1833-1913, Hawaiian Gazette Co., 1896
Publisher:   Honolulu, Hawaiian Gazette Co., Ltd.
Language:   English
Date:   1896
Subjects:   Hawaii -- History, United States, Travel
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Book Id:   WPLBN0000764768
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...of Later Years o/ OF THE ooooooooaed tflie evolution, of BY PROF. W. D. ALEXANDER. HAWAIIAN COPYRIGHT BYW. D. ALEXANDER, OCTOBER ISTH, 1896. . : .'::... .... ALEXANDER, OCTOBER ISTH, 1896. . : .':: '.'..' " * * < . .** * PUBLISHED BY THE Hawaiian Gazette Company, 1896, I. PREFACE. JTNQUIRIES are continu... ...ritten for Col. J. H. Blount at his own request, and afterwards republished by the Hawaiian Gazette Co. At their request the writer reluctantly consen... ...r Morgan of Alabama. W. D. ALEXANDER, 397278 CONTENTS. PART I. THE DECADENCE OF HAWAIIAN MONARCHY. CHAPTER I. PERSONAL GOVERNMENT. Intrigues during... ...s Tour around the World Triumph of Gibson Legislature of 1882 Coronation Embassies Hawaiian Coin- age Reconstruction of Gibson Cabinet Legislature of ... ...prejudice. Thus he promised, if elected, "to repeal the poll tax," " to put native Hawaiians into the Government offices," "to amend the Constitution ... ...3, 1875. The act necessary to carry it into effect was not, however, passed by the Hawaiian Legislature till July 18, 1876, after the most stubborn op... ...s. Claus Spreckels and G. W. Macfarlane had a long conference with Kalakaua at the Hawaiian Hotel on the subject of the water privilege, and adjourned... ...lock in the morn- ing. Such an arbitrary and despotic act was without precedent in Hawaiian history. The next day a new cabinet was appointed, consist...
 
       
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