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Title:   Resource List from Hawaii Business
Author:   Hawaii Business Magazine
Publisher:   Hawaii Business Magazine
Language:   English
Date:   2011
Subjects:   Non-Fiction, Z Bibliography, Library science, APEC Hawaii
Collections:   Reference
Book Id:   WPLBN0002110124
Format Type:   PDF (eBook)
Average Rating:   (30)
 
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...A comprehensive list of businesses and agencies in the APEC 2011 Hawaii edition of Hawaii Business Magazine. Includes investment and media contact information....
 
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Title:   Hawaii; Its Agricultural Possibilities
Author:   Wilcox, Earley Vernon, B. 1869, Hawaii. Board of Commissioners of the Alaska Yukon Pacific Exposition
Publisher:   Honolulu Bulletin Press
Language:   English
Date:   1909
Subjects:   Agriculture -- Hawaii, Agriculture, Farms.
Collections:   American Libraries Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0000771689
Format Type:   PDF (eBook)
Average Rating:   (132)
 
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...UC-NRLF $B 3DM T7D IT5A»™ „ HAWAII Its Agricultural Possibilities By E. V. yyiLCox Special Agent In Cha... ...II Its Agricultural Possibilities By E. V. yyiLCox Special Agent In Charge Hawaii Agricultural Experiment Station ISSUED BY THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS... ...periment Station ISSUED BY THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS FOR THE TERRITORY OF HAWAII OF THE ALASKA- YUKON PACIFIC EXPOSITION A. F. KNUDdEN, CHAinMAN W.H,... ...nt AND Disbursing Opficcr HONOLULU, MAY 1909 Urj CONTENTS The climate of Hawaii 5 Soils 6 Unlimited variety of crops 8 Sugar 10 Riee 11 Sisal 13 Rub... ...her vegetables 32 Silk . 32 Bees 33 Forage plants .' 33 Live stock 36 What Hawaii offers to the mainland farmer 39 Public Lands • 40 COCOANUT GROVE... ... mainland farmer 39 Public Lands • 40 COCOANUT GROVE. THE CLIMATE OF HAWAII One of the important factors in the agriculture of any country, is t... ...actors in the agriculture of any country, is the climate. In this respect, Hawaii is very >favorably situated, being favored with perhaps, as nearly a... ... temperature is by no means high. A temperature of 90° F. is very high for Hawaii. In Honolulu, for example, the maximum temperature for the past fift... ...ccasional "Kona," or southwest storms. The winds are ordinarily light, and Hawaii is never visited by the fierce hurricanes of most tropical countries...
 
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Title:   Roster, Legislatures of Hawaii, 1841-1918 : Constitutions of Monarchy and Republic, Speeches of Sovereigns and President
Author:   Lydecker, Robert Colfax, 1857-1924; Hawaii. Archives
Publisher:   Honolulu; Hawaiian Gazette Co., Ltd.
Language:   English
Date:   1918
Subjects:   Constitutional history -- Hawaii, Hawaii -- Registers, Hawaii -- Politics and government
Collections:   American Libraries Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0001230078
Format Type:   PDF (eBook)
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Subject: Constitutional history -- Hawaii; Hawaii -- Registers; Hawaii -- Politics and government; Hawaii -- History Sources
 
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Title:   Hawaii; Scenes and Impressions
Author:   Gerould, Katharine Fullerton, 1879-1944
Publisher:   New York; Charles Scribner's Sons
Language:   English
Date:   1916
Subjects:   Molokai (Hawaii), Hawaii -- Description and Travel, Hawaii
Collections:   American Libraries Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0000795477
Format Type:   PDF (eBook)
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Honolulu: the melting-pot.- By-ways in Hawaii.- Kalaupapa: the leper settlement on Molokai
 
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...LLERTON GEROULD CONQinSTADOR VALIANT DUST MODES AND MORALS A CHANGE OF AIR HAWAII : Scanes and Impressions VAIN OBLATIONS THE GREAT TRADITION CHARLES ... ...nd Impressions VAIN OBLATIONS THE GREAT TRADITION CHARLES SCRIBNER'S SONS HAWAII SCENES AND IMPRESSIONS HAWAII SCENES AND IMPRESSIONS BY KATHARINE... ... TO G. H. G. 846466 PREFACE Of all the books that have been written on Hawaii, the pages that follow consti- tute the least pretentious. Mine, ind... ...o recall one jarring note or one unlucky tint. The remembered sweetness of Hawaiian voices has haunted each sentence as it was written; palms should d... ...himself, I can claim one virtue. The half is not [viii] PREFACE told; and Hawaii waits with open arms, under the Southern Cross, to give more than I ... ...umoa Gulch 44 The Pali—Island of Oahu 56 Kalihiwai, Kauai 64 Cane flume on Hawaii 68 Onomea, native village on Hawaii 76 lao Needle in lao Valley—near... ...e distance 170 Kalaupapa from Pali 174 Map showing travel routes among the Hawaiian Islands At end of volume [xiv] HONOLULU: THE MELTING-POT HONOL... ...NOLULU: THE MELTING-POT HONOLTJT.U: THE MELTING-POT THEY have a name in Hawaii for such as we — malihinisy newcomers — ^in contrast to the Island-b... ...e malihinis of a month must have inevitably, in the background of our [3] HAWAII: minds, the patient, quizzical smile of the kamaaina. The malihinVs ...
 
       
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