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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... ...d that the striking similarity between so-called native legends and biblical stories must be traced. In 1620, most probably, a vessel was wrecked on t... ...ffer from one another in details only. Yet even the most charitable of these stories cannot suppress the fact that Cook's weak vanity was largely resp... ... still holds Therefore the Hawaiian Islands bask in perpetual sunlight. Such stories, and many more like it, give some idea of the mental condition of... ...are of an imaginative nature and conspicuously fond of the marvellous: ghost stories still appeal to them as strongly as they do to the ordinary Chine...
 
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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... ...ple been treated with decent consideration, the final tragedy would not have occurred. Stories, believed at the time and by many believed to this day,... ... than this slender spire, crowned high in the air with its cluster of graceful leaves. Stories of monkeys throwing down the nuts are only untrue becau... ...e at hand. The proper thing to do is to build a fire and to persuade the guide to tell stories of the mountain — stories, it may be, of quite modern e...
 
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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... ... Lambert's anecdotes were always amusing, and while listening to some of his stories, we were sud- denly aware of the presence of an old native woman ... .... Captain L'Orange was a Swede, also his wife, and we heard many interesting stories of his sea- faring life before settling in Kauai ; Madame L'Orang...
 
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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 ... ... night and returning the next, the round trip being nearly six miles. Such stories are accepted without hesitation by people familiar with a race whic...
 
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Title:   Imperial America
Author:   Kennedy, John Mcfarland
Publisher:   London, S. Paul
Language:   English
Date:   1914
Subjects:   United States, America
Collections:   American Libraries Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0000871237
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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... ...nt of National and Industrial affairs by the very large number of apposite stories interspersed among the plain arguments of the book, so that from co... ...the war with Spain, and she took over at the same time the Philippines and Hawaii. Little more than a decade ago the United States laid Nicaragua unde... ...ditions which they had come to associate with England as the result of the stories of exile and persecution handed down from father to son. The impass... ...sh herself more strongly in the Pacific. Early in 1893 the inhabi tants of Hawaii rose in revolt against Queen Liliuo- kalani ; and the Provisional Re... ...d time. The new Pre sident, not being quite satisfiedwith the procedure at Hawaii, withdrew the treaty from the Senate until his special commissioner,... ...tances which had led to the changes 254 IMPERIAL AMERICA of government in Hawaii, The commissioner gave it as his opinion that if American marines ha... ...te, Mark Twain, and Whitman there is less to say. Bret Harte s mining-camp stories are thoroughly American ; when he left the mine and the camp and ai... ... supported by nothing, lie propped up outside between the first and second stories. This, however, is not enough, and before the United States can bec...
 
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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... ...press the idea of a One Great God and his Son s love. He told them beautiful stories of that sinless woman and mother of Judea, the Madonna, who cente...
 
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Title:   Essays on the Constitution of the United States, Published during Its Discussion by the People 1787-1788
Author:   Ford, Paul Leicester, 1865-1902; Sullivan, James, 1744-1808; Winthrop, James, 1752-1821; Gerry, Elbridge, 1744-1814; Ellsworth, Oliver, 1745-1807; Willustratoriams, Willustratoriam, 1731-1811; Willustratoriamson, Hugh, 1735-1819
Publisher:   Brooklyn, N. Y.; Historical Printing Club
Language:   English
Date:   1892
Subjects:   United States, America
Collections:   Canadian Libraries Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0000305623
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....html). World Public Library Association P.O. Box 22687 Honolulu, Hawaii 96823 info@WorldLibrary.net Copyright © 20, All Rights Reserved... ...an aristocracy in India so late as the time of Alexander the Great. But such stories are altogether uncertain and improbable. For in the time of Abrah...
 
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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... ...hip with the god-world would ac- complish the rest. Kupule nowremembered the stories the old bard had told her, of music being sometime heard at noond... ...upule well knew that the priests and the bard were given to relating strange stories, in their endeavor to arouse the superstitions of the Kanakas of ... ... recital of their beauty and their exquisite songs of the sea. Such romantic stories told of weird, mysterious creatures, when related in the wild, dr... ...nsferred her favor to the fierce old warrior of Hawaii. These traditions and stories made a deep impression upon the fervid imagin- ation of the young...
 
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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... ...ambert's anecdotes were always amusing, and while listening to some of his stories, we were sud- denly aware of the presence of an old native woman cr... ...Captain L'Orange was a Swede, also his wife, and we heard many interesting stories of his sea- faring life before settling in Kauai ; Madame L'Orange ...
 
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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... ...e was betrothed when a boy and while yet his father lived. I have heard wild stories about Kohala's admiration for womenwhose skins are whiter than is...
 
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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... ...ge part of the knowledge of the Hawaiians. Many of these fanciful and poetic stories he learned by heart, and often beguiled an hour of idleness with ... ...had her own maids. The women told her grewsome KELEA IN THE VALE OF IAO. 69 stories of the fight. She assisted them in caring for the wounded, and th... ...escorted me, will stop and investigate the real truth, as they return : what stories they will tell at the camp, if they do ! Well, if it comes to the... ...ned his war- canoe, were loud in his praises as a leader, and had marvellous stories to tell of the enjoy- ments afforded them by the chiefs of Hawaii...
 
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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... ...w York and San Fran- cisco, in later years gained fame as writer of marine stories under pen name of Kennebecker. Edu- cated in Gardner, Me., graduati... ... the Decisions of the Supreme Court of Hawaii," June, 1916; author of many stories of Hawaiian life published in various periodicals. Member Hawaiian ... ...gods and goddess- es of the race; published, 1907, "Hawaiian Folk Tales," "Stories of the Menehunes," and the "Brownies of Hawaii." Member of Excelsio...
 
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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' : -'"'/ "" ... ...st. secy. Hawaii Tour- ist Bureau; secy, same 1921. Has written some short stories for na- tional publications. Member Sig- ma Nu fraternity. Honolulu... ...he De- cisions of the Supreme Court of Hawaii," June. 1916; author of many stories of Hawaiian life pub- lished in various periodicals. Mem- ber Hawai... ...0 gods and goddesses of the race; published 1907 "Hawaii- an Folk Tales," "Stories of the Menehunes," the "Brownies of Ha- waii." Member of Excelsior ... ...occasional contributor to newspapers and magazines of narratives and short stories, and active among local amateur pho- tographers, winning three firs...
 
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Title:   The native son
Author:   Gillmore, Inez Haynes, 1873-1970
Publisher:   San Francisco; A. M. Robertson
Language:   English
Date:   1919
Subjects:   California, United States
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Book Id:   WPLBN0002212360
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... too harsh. Neither can it be described as **semi-tropical" in theway that Hawaii, for example, is semi- tropical. That is too soft. It combines the a... ...t it happened that dur- ing his absence he had written a series of fiction stories, all revolving about the figure of a middle-aged woman me- THE NAT... ... of the Native Daughter and the way in which he did it. Sometime, when the stories of all the suffrage fights are told, we shall get the personal expe... ...iterary moving-picture machine. The San Franciscans will inundate you with stories of that old San Fran- cisco. And what stories they are ! The water-... ...e intimacy and color and gaiety of the restaurants. . . . Let me tell some stories to provemy point. Anybody who has lived in San Francisco has heard ...
 
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Title:   The national Capitol; its architecture, art and history
Author:   Hazelton, George Cochrane, 1832-1922
Publisher:   New York, J. F. Taylor & Co.
Language:   English
Date:   1907
Subjects:   United States Capitol (Washington, D.C.), United States
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Book Id:   WPLBN0002210908
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...as the repair, of the east side of the north wing. It proposed to make two stories of the Senate Cham- ber, and to apply the upper one to the courts. ... ...use on yth street (where the General Post Office now stands). It was three stories high, and had been used for a theatre, a tavern, an Irish boarding-... ...tthew G. Emory, ex-Mayor of the City of Washington, who built the basement stories of the extensions, furnished all the granite and delivered the whit... ..." Mr. Speaker, I have the honor to present to you his majesty, the King of Hawaii." Mr. Speaker Elaine, with Vice-President Wilson standing on his rig... ... mail had been dis- tributed into the Members' boxes, to exchange such new stories as any of them might have acquired since they had last met. After m... ...ious, to hear this bright speci- men of Western genius tell his inimitable stories, especially his reminis- cences of the Black Hawk War." This extrac...
 
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Title:   Narrative of the United States Exploring Expedition. During the years 1838, 1839, 1840, 1841, 1842
Author:   Wilkes, Charles, 1798-1877
Publisher:   Philadelphia, Lea and Blanchard
Language:   English
Date:   1845
Subjects:   United States Exploring Expedition (1838-1842), United States
Collections:   American Libraries Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0002195999
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... once no, he found it much easier to get his living by telling the Feejeeans stories, which he could always make good enough for them ; these, and the... ...nduct in life, but they ascribe an escape from the blow wholly to good luck. Stories are prevalent of persons who have succeeded in passing the monste... ...hen this is done, the strangers are taken to the mbure and feasted. Dancing, stories, and ava-drinking succeed. 352 F E E J E E GROUP. The mbure is n... ...s together, particularly if they can get any one to talk to, or to tell them stories. Among other subjects, they are very fond of asking questions abo... ...ation, except on the mountain ranges. From the published descriptions of the Hawaiian Islands, I was prepared to see them, and particularly Oahu, a pe... ...ndance here. On the 10th of September, the Porpoise left the harbour for the Hawaiian Islands, steering for some islands which the missionaries had re... ...tle variation into the northeast trades. On the 7th of October they made the Hawaiian Islands, and on the 8th reached Oahu ; by ten o'clock they had t... ...nken coral reefs. The tender, after reaching Round Island, made sail for the Hawaiian 384 HONOLULU. Islands, and performed the passage in thirty-thre... ... the passage. I have already mentioned the warm reception we met with at the Hawaiian Islands. The governor, Kekuanaoa, kindly placed at my disposal t...
 
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Title:   Nelson's biographical cyclopedia of New Jersey; Volume: 2
Author:   Nelson, William, 1847-1914, Editor
Publisher:   New York, Eastern Historical Publishing Society
Volume:  Volume: 2
Language:   English
Date:   1913
Subjects:   New Jersey -- Biography., United States
Collections:   American Libraries Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0002217621
Format Type:   PDF (eBook)
 
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...Workers, an organi7ation covering the L nited States, Canada, Porto Rico and Hawaii. Its object is to improve the agriculture ot the countries named, ... ...ateral dimensions of which were forty feet by one hundred; this shop was two stories high. In 1879 a brick foundry was added to the plant, and from th... ...78. I" Ramapo avenue, near thir ( :> ;l:e lateral dimensions of v- ! was two stories • , int, and from t'^ " pid growth an i .* '\n\t and otJ ing brig... ...in its place a new brick and stone modern building, sixty by sixty feet, six stories high, equipped for his business. In 1893 he added two wings to th... ...one twenty by sixty feet, and the other twenty by one hundred feet, both six stories high, which made the present structure one of the most commodious...
 
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Title:   Niles' national register, containing political, historical, geographical, scientifical, statistical, economical, and biographical documents, essays and facts : together with notices of the arts and manufactures, and a record of the events of the times; Vo
Author:   Niles, Hezekiah, 1777-1839, ed; Hughes, Jeremiah, 1783-1848, ed; Beatty, George, ed; Niles, William Ogden, d. 1857, ed
Publisher:   Philadelphia
Volume:  Volume: 47
Language:   English
Date:   1811
Subjects:   United States, United States -- History
Collections:   American Libraries Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0002230947
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...This was it< the aiitiinm of 1819. While lying at anchor in Kealakikua Bay, (Hawaii), they took a large whale which made 1 10 bids, of oil. Since Ihe ... ... Canton Register,received at the office of theNew York Commercial .Advocate. Hawaii is the largest, (of the Sandwich Islands), and is noted for having... ... one nud a half miles. At this time the windows and furniture from the upper stories-were falling in different directions, and judging it unsafe to re... ...e coming winter for the feeding of worms, 200 feet long by 24 feet wide, two stories high, which I shall place below the garden next the vvofids. I ha... ... men had seen the nun who was supposed to have been secret- ed, and that the stories reported concerning lier were untrue — but his assertions drew fo... ... the adjacent building to the left that front Abingdon street, and the upper stories of which were committee rooms, while at the basement were the sto... ...tending on the north side of Chesnul, from F.levenlh lo TwelKli street, four stories high, wilh marble basemi'iits. The house at llie corner of Eleven...
 
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Title:   New York state's prominent and progressive men; Volume: 6
Author:   Harrison, Mitchell Charles, 1870
Publisher:   New York; New York; Tribune
Volume:  Volume: 6
Language:   English
Date:   1900
Subjects:   New York (State) -- Biography., United States
Collections:   American Libraries Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0002229133
Format Type:   PDF (eBook)
 
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...t of suitable naval stations in the Pacific and elsewhere, the annexation of Hawaii, the control of the Philippines, and perhaps the ultimate annexati... ...ed to the fii'm of R. J. KimbaU & Co. in January, 1898. WILLIAM F. KING THE stories of mercantile careers are greatly varied. There are somemenwho tr...
 
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Title:   New York state's prominent and progressive men; Volume: 5
Author:   Harrison, Mitchell Charles, 1870
Publisher:   New York; New York; Tribune
Volume:  Volume: 5
Language:   English
Date:   1900
Subjects:   New York (State) -- Biography., United States
Collections:   American Libraries Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0002229132
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...ishment of suitable naval stations in the Pacific and elsewhere, the annexation of Hawaii, the control of the Philippines, and perhaps the ultimate an... ...mitted to the fiii'm of R. J. Kimball & Co. in January, 1898. WILLIAM F. KING THE stories of mercantile careers are greatly varied. There are somemen...
 
       
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