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Title:   History of the Sandwich Islands Mission
Author:   Anderson, Rufus, 1796-1880
Publisher:   Boston, M.A.; Congregational Publishing Society
Language:   English
Date:   1870
Subjects:   Missions -- Hawaii, Sandwich Islands Mission, Missionaries
Collections:   American Libraries Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0000760814
Format Type:   PDF (eBook)
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...oarti of FOB FOREIGN MISSIONS K&MIEIBLAJHIEIBIA OH, KING OF T?IE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. HISTORY SANDWICH ISLANDS MISSION, BY RUFUS ANDERSON, D. D., L... ...GN MISSIONS K&MIEIBLAJHIEIBIA OH, KING OF T?IE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. HISTORY SANDWICH ISLANDS MISSION, BY RUFUS ANDERSON, D. D., LL. D. LATE FOREIGN... ...inties of life, yielded to what seemed to him the prior claims upon him of the Sandwich Islands Mission, and came to the resolution to make it his fir... ... life, yielded to what seemed to him the prior claims upon him of the Sandwich Islands Mission, and came to the resolution to make it his first duty t... ...y remarkable. Whilewe see more of the foreign element in the government of the Islands, than we could desire, we are permitted to recognize PREFACE. ... ...ntire period of its existence. There is no published history of the Sand- wich Islands Mission subsequent to the year 1845, twenty-five years ago. The... ...of more than six hun- dred pages. The Rev. Sheldon Dibble's " His- tory of the Sandwich Islands," published at the Islands in 1843, a duodecimo volume... ...ages, is an excellent authority. Mr. James Jackson Jarves's " His- tory of the Sandwich Islands," 1843 (Hono- lulu, 1847), is the best of all the hist... ...l it is needful now to say concerning the wonderful work of God's grace at the Sandwich Islands. The " Memorial Vol- ume," prepared ten years ago, but...
 
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Title:   The American Mission in the Sandwich Islands a Vindication and an Appeal, In Relation to the Proceedings of the Reformed Catholic Mission at Honolulu
Author:   Ellis, William, 1794-1872; Making of America Project
Publisher:   Honolulu, Reprinted From the London; Edition, by H. M. Whitney
Language:   English
Date:   1866
Subjects:   Missions -- Hawaii, Christianity and other religions, Missionaries
Collections:   American Libraries Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0000538219
Format Type:   PDF (eBook)
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...ELLIS Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org IN THE SANDWICH ISLANDS Title: THE AMERICAN MISSION IN THE SANDWICH ISLANDS... ... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org IN THE SANDWICH ISLANDS Title: THE AMERICAN MISSION IN THE SANDWICH ISLANDS Author: ... ...... ...... ...D CATHOLIC MISSION AT HONOLULU. BY REV. W. ELLIS, FORMERLY MISSIONARY IN THE SANDWICH ISLANDS ; AND HONORARY MEMBER OF THE AMERICAN BOARD OF COMMISSIO... ...C MISSION AT HONOLULU. BY REV. W. ELLIS, FORMERLY MISSIONARY IN THE SANDWICH ISLANDS ; AND HONORARY MEMBER OF THE AMERICAN BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS FOR ... ...M THE LONDON EDITION, BY H. M. WHITNEY, 1866. q o G o | Bancroft Libnuy THE SANDWICH ISLAND MISSIONS. A FEW days after my return from Madagascar, I h... ...or of meeting, at a banquet at the Mansion House, Emma, Queen Dowager of the Sandwich Islands, and of conversing with her Majesty and suite respecting... ...ting, at a banquet at the Mansion House, Emma, Queen Dowager of the Sandwich Islands, and of conversing with her Majesty and suite respecting friends ...
 
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Title:   A Narrative of a Tour through Hawaii, Or Owhyhee : With Remarks on the History, Traditions, Manners, Customs, And Language of the Inhabitants of the Sandwich Islands
Author:   Ellis, William, 1794-1872
Publisher:   Honolulu; Hawaiian Gazette Co., Ltd.
Language:   English
Date:   1917
Subjects:   Missions -- Hawaii, Ethnology -- Hawaii, Hawaii -- Description and travel
Collections:   American Libraries Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0001042876
Format Type:   PDF (eBook)
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...ough,Ji&tuuU c »" The Author. Missionary from the Society and Sandwich Islands. The Advertiser Historical Series No. 2 A Narrative of a ... ...uuU c »" The Author. Missionary from the Society and Sandwich Islands. The Advertiser Historical Series No. 2 A Narrative of a Tour thro... ...story, Traditions, Manners, Customs and Language of the Inhabitants of the Sandwich Islands. By William Ellis Aissionary from the Society and Sandwich... ...aditions, Manners, Customs and Language of the Inhabitants of the Sandwich Islands. By William Ellis Aissionary from the Society and Sandwich Islands ... ...emarks by Rev. Wil- liam Ellis, an English Missionary to the South Pacific Islands, who visited Hawaii in 1822 and 1823 and lived here for about two y... ...797 established mission settlements at the Marquesas, Friendly and Society Islands. These missionaries suffered great hardship, assaults upon them bei... ...TO THE AMERICAN EDITION OF 1825. In the year 1819, Tamehameha, king of the Sandwich Islands, died, and his son Rihoriho succeeded to his dominions; an... ...sionary, who had resided several years at the Society Islands, came to the Sandwich Islands, on his way to the Marquesas. He was accom- panied by the ... ...as missionaries to the Marquesas. This company having been detained at the Sandwich Islands for a considerable period, and Mr. Ellis and the two Tahit...
 
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Title:   The Pilgrims of Hawaii; Their Own Story of Their Pilgrimage from New England and Life Work in the Sandwich Islands, Now Known as Hawaii;
Author:   Gulick, Orramel Hinckley, 1830-1923; Gulick, Ann Eliza Clark
Publisher:   New York, Chicago; Fleming H. Revell Co.
Language:   English
Date:   1918
Subjects:   Missions -- Hawaii, Hawaii. -- History, Missionaries
Collections:   American Libraries Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0001163210
Format Type:   PDF (eBook)
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...... ...iiPromotionCommittee, by RDKiNQ & H.E NEWTON KAHOOLAWE HAWAII THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS The group lies between 18 deg. 54 min. and 22 deg. 14 min. north, 1... ...d 22 deg. 14 min. north, 154 deg. 48 min. and 160 deg. 13 min. west. Eight islands are inhabited. HAWAII is the largest, 75 by 90 miles. Area 4015 squ... ...t island in the group. Intensive cultivation is conducted on all principal islands. The Pilgrims of Hawaii THEIR OWN STORY OF THEIR PILGRIMAGE FROMNE... ...waii THEIR OWN STORY OF THEIR PILGRIMAGE FROMNEWENGLAND AND LIFEWORK INTHE SANDWICH ISLANDS, NOW KNOWN AS HAWAII WITH EXPLANATORY AND ILLUSTRATIVE MAT... ...Twain. PART I HAWAIIAN MISSIONS. . ... HAWAII AND THE POLYNESIAN RACE THE Sandwich Islands are now known as the Hawaiian Islands, or as simply Hawaii... ...e see that the account of the discovery. 24 THE PILGRIMS OP HAWAII of the Sandwich Islands by Captain Cook, awakened in Mr. Carey thoughts of compass... ...hurston and Whitney and others with their wives and four Hawaiians for the Sandwich Islands, where they landed at Kailua, on the 4th of April, 1820. T... ...ced to her future husband one month before they sailed for the then called Sandwich Islands. Though their court- ship was so short, their union proved...
 
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Title:   A narrative of a tour through Hawaii, or Owhyhee : with remarks on the history, traditions, manners, customs, and language of the inhabitants of the Sandwich Islands
Author:   Ellis, William, 1794-1872
Publisher:   Honolulu; Hawaiian Gazette Co., Ltd.
Language:   English
Date:   1917
Subjects:   Missions -- Hawaii, Ethnology -- Hawaii, Hawaii -- Description and travel
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Book Id:   WPLBN0002195978
Format Type:   PDF (eBook)
 
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...ough,Ji&tuuU c »" The Author. Missionary from the Society and Sandwich Islands. The Advertiser Historical Series No. 2 A Narrative of a ... ...uuU c »" The Author. Missionary from the Society and Sandwich Islands. The Advertiser Historical Series No. 2 A Narrative of a Tour thro... ...story, Traditions, Manners, Customs and Language of the Inhabitants of the Sandwich Islands. By William Ellis Aissionary from the Society and Sandwich... ...aditions, Manners, Customs and Language of the Inhabitants of the Sandwich Islands. By William Ellis Aissionary from the Society and Sandwich Islands ... ...emarks by Rev. Wil- liam Ellis, an English Missionary to the South Pacific Islands, who visited Hawaii in 1822 and 1823 and lived here for about two y... ...797 established mission settlements at the Marquesas, Friendly and Society Islands. These missionaries suffered great hardship, assaults upon them bei... ...TO THE AMERICAN EDITION OF 1825. In the year 1819, Tamehameha, king of the Sandwich Islands, died, and his son Rihoriho succeeded to his dominions; an... ...sionary, who had resided several years at the Society Islands, came to the Sandwich Islands, on his way to the Marquesas. He was accom- panied by the ... ...as missionaries to the Marquesas. This company having been detained at the Sandwich Islands for a considerable period, and Mr. Ellis and the two Tahit...
 
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Title:   Historical Sketch of the Hawaiian Mission : And the Missions to Micronesia and the Marquesas Islands
Author:   Bartlett, Samuel Colcord, 1817-1898
Publisher:   Boston, M.A.; American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions
Language:   English
Date:   1869
Subjects:   Missions -- Micronesia (Federated States), Missions -- Hawaii, Missions -- French Polynesia Marquesas Islands
Collections:   American Libraries Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0000787217
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...With cop. 1 is bound: (2) Peabody, S.P. [The Hawaiian islands, as developed by missionary labors] [1865]; and (3) Bartimeus, the blind preacher of Maui. [1845?] ; Copy 2 has maps on p. [2]-[3] of covers...
 
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... OF THE HAWAIIAN MISSION, AND THE MISSIONS TO MICRONESIA AND THE MARQUESAS ISLANDS. BY PKOF. S. C. BARTLETT, D.D. BOSTON: AMERICAN BOARD OF COMMISSION... ... OF THE HAWAIIAN MISSION, AND THE MISSIONS TO MICRONESIA AND THE MARQUESAS ISLANDS. BY PROF. S. C. BARTLETT, D.D, BOSTON: AMERICAN BOARD OF COMMISSION... ... College. His name was Henry Obookiah (Opuka- haia) ; and he came from the Sandwich Islands. In a civil war, his father and mother had been slain befo... ... His name was Henry Obookiah (Opuka- haia) ; and he came from the Sandwich Islands. In a civil war, his father and mother had been slain before his ey... ...pt to reclaim his countrymen ? Shall we not rather consider these southern islands a proper place for the establishment of a mission ? " Mills took Ob... ...other shoulders, and in two years more a missionary band was ready for the Sandwich Islands. Hopu, Tennooe, and John Honoree, natives of the islands, ... ...and why a certain class of captains and sailors have always pronounced the Sandwich Islands Mission a wretched failure. The missionaries labored on un... ...rvelous aspect of the case. But, of course, they have their drawbacks. The Sandwich Islands are not Paradise, nor even America. The stage of civilizat... ...ful illustration can there be of its remedial power ? " The history of the Sandwich Islands will stand forever as the vin- dication, to the caviler, o...
 
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Title:   Incidents of a Whaling Voyage : To Which Are Added Observations on the Scenery, Manners and Customs, And Missionary Stations of the Sandwich and Society Islands
Author:   Olmsted, Francis Allyn, 1819-1844
Publisher:   New York; D. Appleton & Co.
Language:   English
Date:   1841
Subjects:   Whaling, Missions -- Hawaii, Hawaii -- Description and travel
Collections:   American Libraries Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0000877271
Format Type:   PDF (eBook)
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Society Islands (French Polynesia) -- Description and travel : Sabin : Howes
 
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...ence of fish after death Carousals on shore. 161 CHAPTER XV. Voyage to the Sandwich Islands. The Gallapagos Islands Narrow escape from shipwreck Steer... ...ish after death Carousals on shore. 161 CHAPTER XV. Voyage to the Sandwich Islands. The Gallapagos Islands Narrow escape from shipwreck Steer for the ... ... The Gallapagos Islands Narrow escape from shipwreck Steer for the Society Islands Capture of a large whale Mother Carey's chickens Peaked- nose shark... ...ns Peaked- nose shark Leaky condition of the ship Steer for the Sand- wich Islands Trade winds Arrival at Oahu. - - 175 CHAPTER XVI. Sandwich Islands.... ...r the Sand- wich Islands Trade winds Arrival at Oahu. - - 175 CHAPTER XVI. Sandwich Islands. Seamen's chapel Honolulu harbor Fruits and vegetables App... ...noa Capt. Brown Foreign residents Horses and vehicles. * 189 CHAPTER XVII. Sandwich Islands. Valley ofNuanu Taro Poi Natives atwork Aquatic feats An a... ... Brown Foreign residents Horses and vehicles. * 189 CHAPTER XVII. Sandwich Islands. Valley ofNuanu Taro Poi Natives atwork Aquatic feats An affecting ... ...Fate of Mr. DouglasSpanish saddle Return to Honolulu. - - 216 CHAPTER XIX. Sandwich Islands. Farewell to the North America Whaleship Catharine Objects... ... Kauikeaouli, the king Mission families at Honolulu. ----- 237 CHAPTER XX. Sandwich Islands. Geography Fertility Climate AncientTa- bu system Idolatry...
 
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Title:   The Hawaiian Islands, As Developed by Missionary Labors
Author:   Peabody, Andrew P., Andrew Preston, 1811-1893
Publisher:   Boston, M.A.; Boston Review
Language:   English
Date:   1865
Subjects:   Missions -- Hawaii, Anderson, Rufus, 1796-1880, Missionaries
Collections:   American Libraries Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0000772214
Format Type:   PDF (eBook)
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...URL copy bound with cop. 1 of: Historical sketch of the Hawaiian mission : and the missions to Micronesia and the Marquesas Islands. Boston : American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, 1869...
 
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...CH OF THE HAWAIIAN MISSION, AND THE MISSIONS TO MICRONESIA AND THE MARQUESAS ISLANDS. BY PROF. S. C. BARTLETT, D.D. BOSTON: AMERICAN BOARD OF COMMISSI... ...le College. His name was Henry Obookiah (Opuka- haia) ; and he came from the Sandwich Islands. In a civil war, his father and mother had been slain be... ...e. His name was Henry Obookiah (Opuka- haia) ; and he came from the Sandwich Islands. In a civil war, his father and mother had been slain before his ... ...empt to reclaim his countrymen ? Shall we not rather consider these southern islands a proper place for the establishment of a mission ? " Mills took ... ...n other shoulders, and in two years more a missionary band was ready for the Sandwich Islands. HopurTennooe, and John Honoree, natives of the islands,... ...houlders, and in two years more a missionary band was ready for the Sandwich Islands. HopurTennooe, and John Honoree, natives of the islands, were to ... ...stand why a certain class of captains and sailors have always pronounced the Sandwich Islands Mission a wretched failure. The missionaries labored on ... ...marvelous aspect of the case. But, of course, they have their drawbacks. The Sandwich Islands are not Paradise, nor even America. The stage of civiliz... ...erful illustration can there be of its remedial power ? " The history of the Sandwich Islands will stand forever as the vin- dication, to the caviler,...
 
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Title:   History of the Catholic Mission in the Hawaiian Islands
Author:   Yzendoorn, Reginald
Publisher:   Honolulu, H.I.; Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Language:   English
Date:   1927
Subjects:   Catholic Church, Missions -- Hawaii, Christianity
Collections:   American Libraries Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0001030862
Format Type:   PDF (eBook)
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... Literature Collection World Public Library.org MISSION IN THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS Title: HISTORY OF THE CATHOLIC MISSION IN THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS... ...ORN, SS.CC. H. . 3K. . 1*130 /HISTORY of Catholic Mission in the Hawaiian Islands , FatherREGINALD YZENDOORN, SS.CC. Chancellor-Secretary of the Vica... ...ESTANT MISSION The American Board of Foreign Missions First Mission to the Sandwich Islands First School. Bibliopathy. Printing Press Started. Ellis' ... ...SSION The American Board of Foreign Missions First Mission to the Sandwich Islands First School. Bibliopathy. Printing Press Started. Ellis' First Vis... ...ispiece Father Reginald Yzendoorn, SS.CC Page 2 FacingPage Map of Hawaiian Islands, drawn in 1587 - 16 Statue of Spaniard in Bishop Museum 17 Bishop L... ...efs. Abolition of the Taboo. THE Hawaiian Archipelago, formerly called the Sandwich Islands, is situ- ated in the Pacific Ocean, between 18 55' and 22... ...uscript chart, registered in these archives as anonymous, and in which the Sandwich Islands are laid down under that name, but which also contains a n... ... expedition . . . ." Now, since the Spanish manuscript chart contained the Sandwich Islands, under that name, it was naturally posterior to the year 1... ...eir king. However, the news of the discovery spread rapidly, and soon the "Sandwich Islands" as Cook had named the Hawaiian Archipelago, became the re...
 
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Title:   The Hawaiian Islands : Their Progress and Condition under Missionary Labors
Author:   Anderson, Rufus, 1796-1880, Making of America Project
Publisher:   Boston, M.A.; Gould and Lincoln
Language:   English
Date:   1865
Subjects:   Hawaii, Missions -- Hawaii, Travel
Collections:   American Libraries Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0000787216
Format Type:   PDF (eBook)
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...ALIFORNIA QJS^\D LIBRARY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS: PROGRESS AND CONDITION MISSIONARY LABORS. BY RUFUS ANDERSON, D. ... ...al life. He little thought, then, that it would become his duty to visit the Sandwich (or Hawaiian) Islands, and, as a consequence, to prepare another... ...ght, then, that it would become his duty to visit the Sandwich (or Hawaiian) Islands, and, as a consequence, to prepare another volume for publication... ...ound reason to believe, that a suitable memorial of the Lord s work on those Islands required a wider and freer range of statement than was befitting ... ...ingle Object THAT OF SHOWING WHAT GOD HAS BEEN PLEASED TO DO ON THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, THROUGH THE GOSPEL OF HIS SON AND THE LABORS OF HIS MISSIONARY S... ...estruction of the Tabu and Idols. Motives to this. Consequent Civil War. THE SANDWICH ISLANDS were so named by Captain James Cook, their discoverer, i... ...king to protect our country." Mr. Dibble s History was published at the Sandwich Islands, in the year 1843, and he makes the following statement ... ...0th of December, 1809, in view of this case, and suggesting a mission to the Sandwich Islands. The institution of the Foreign o Mission School at Corn... ...ung men from the Cornwall School ; about to be organized as a mission to the Sandwich Islands. Dr. Worcester, the first Corresponding Secretary of the...
 
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Title:   My First Mission : Designed for the Instruction and Encouragement of Young Latter-Day Saints
Author:   Cannon, George Q. (George Quayle), 1827-1901
Publisher:   Salt Lake City, Utah; Juvenile Instructor Office
Language:   English
Date:   1882
Subjects:   Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, Mormons and Mormonism, Missions -- Hawaii
Collections:   American Libraries Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0001008530
Format Type:   PDF (eBook)
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...e Almighty — The Elders Separate, and Commence Labor on the Four Principal Islands. Page 16. CHAPTER lY. Our House on Maui — Interviews with the Consu... ...ted by the President of the Mission, who Determines to go to the Marqueses Islands — Are not Led to go with Him — -"Poi, ' its Preparation and Peculia... ...d to get passage from San Francisco to Honolulu, the principal town on the Sandwich Islands. After trying for some da^-s we succeed- ed in obtaining a... ...passage from San Francisco to Honolulu, the principal town on the Sandwich Islands. After trying for some da^-s we succeed- ed in obtaining a passage ... ... there, that for a few minutes after descending, we could see OFF FOR THE SANDWICH ISLANDS. IS nothing. We had had some rough experience, however, si... ...hat for a few minutes after descending, we could see OFF FOR THE SANDWICH ISLANDS. IS nothing. We had had some rough experience, however, since leavi... ...he Imaiun of Muscat was bound for the East Indies, but was to touch at the Sandwich Itjjands. We were glad that we had to go nofarther, so itwas with ... ... authority and its teachings and counsels. By thismeanswewere able, on the Sandwich Islands, to know what course to take. White men who go to the Sand... ...likely to entertain strangers. "Na-lima-nui' ' means inthe language of the Sandwich Islands "big hands. ' ' Lima is thenoun hand, nuiis the adjective ...
 
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Title:   My first mission : designed for the instruction and encouragement of young Latter-day Saints
Author:   Cannon, George Q. (George Quayle), 1827-1901; Juvenile Instructor Office. (1882) bkp CU-BANC
Publisher:   Salt Lake City, Utah; Juvenile Instructor Office
Language:   English
Date:   1882
Subjects:   Missions -- Hawaii, Mormons -- Hawaii, Hawaii -- Church history
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Book Id:   WPLBN0002187676
Format Type:   PDF (eBook)
 
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...the Almighty The Elders Separate, and Commence Labor on the Four Principal Islands. Page 16. CHAPTER IV. Our House on Maui Interviews with the Consul ... ...ted by the President of the Mission, who Determines to go to the Marqueses Islands Are not Led to go with Him "Poi," its Preparation and Peculiarities... ...d to get passage from San Francisco to Honolulu, the principal town on the Sandwich Islands. After trying for some days we succeed- ed in obtaining a ... ...passage from San Francisco to Honolulu, the principal town on the Sandwich Islands. After trying for some days we succeed- ed in obtaining a passage b... ... there, that for a few minutes after descending, we could see OFF FOR THE SANDWICH ISLANDS. 13 nothing. We had had some rough experience, however, si... ...hat for a few minutes after descending, we could see OFF FOR THE SANDWICH ISLANDS. 13 nothing. We had had some rough experience, however, since leavi... ...The Imaum of Muscat was bound for the East Indies, but was to touch at the Sandwich Islands. We were glad that we had to go no farther, so itwaswith p... ...g authorityand its teachings and counsels. By thismeanswewere able, on the Sandwich Islands, to know what course to take. White men who go to the Sand... ...ikely to entertain strangers. ' 'Na-lima-nui' ' means inthe language ofthe Sandwich Islands ' 'big hands. ' ' Lima is thenoun hand, nuiis the adjectiv...
 
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Title:   My First Mission : Designed for the Instruction and Encouragement of Young Latter-Day Saints
Author:   Cannon, George Q. (George Quayle), 1827-1901; Juvenile Instructor Office. (1882)
Publisher:   Salt Lake City, Utah; Juvenile Instructor Office
Language:   English
Date:   1882
Subjects:   Missions -- Hawaii, Mormons -- Hawaii, Hawaii -- Church history
Collections:   American Libraries Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0001008529
Format Type:   PDF (eBook)
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...the Almighty The Elders Separate, and Commence Labor on the Four Principal Islands. Page 16. CHAPTER IV. Our House on Maui Interviews with the Consul ... ...ted by the President of the Mission, who Determines to go to the Marqueses Islands Are not Led to go with Him "Poi," its Preparation and Peculiarities... ...d to get passage from San Francisco to Honolulu, the principal town on the Sandwich Islands. After trying for some days we succeed- ed in obtaining a ... ...passage from San Francisco to Honolulu, the principal town on the Sandwich Islands. After trying for some days we succeed- ed in obtaining a passage b... ... there, that for a few minutes after descending, we could see OFF FOR THE SANDWICH ISLANDS. 13 nothing. We had had some rough experience, however, si... ...hat for a few minutes after descending, we could see OFF FOR THE SANDWICH ISLANDS. 13 nothing. We had had some rough experience, however, since leavi... ...The Imaum of Muscat was bound for the East Indies, but was to touch at the Sandwich Islands. We were glad that we had to go no farther, so itwaswith p... ... authority and its teachings and counsels. By thismeanswewere able, on the Sandwich Islands, to know what course to take. White men who go to the Sand... ...ikely to entertain strangers. ' 'Na-lima-nui' ' means inthe language ofthe Sandwich Islands ' 'big hands. ' ' Lima is thenoun hand, nuiis the adjectiv...
 
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Title:   Portraits of American Protestant Missionaries to Hawaii;
Author:   Hawaiian Mission Children's Society
Publisher:   Honolulu, Press of the Hawaiian Gazette Co.
Language:   English
Date:   1901
Subjects:   Missions -- Hawaii, Missionaries, American, Missionaries
Collections:   American Libraries Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0001163211
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...te may be read "until" or "till." . 387 I . =.():): GAZETTEER. While the "Sandwich Islands" were missionary ground, eighteen missionary stations were... ... read "until" or "till." . 387 I . =.():): GAZETTEER. While the "Sandwich Islands" were missionary ground, eighteen missionary stations were successi... ...g. 27, 1822, having given up their original plan of visiting the Marquesas Islands. Capt. Kent brought also, on this voyage, the schooner Prince Regen... ...en translated 4 books of the Bible. He was the pioneer wheat farmer of the Islands Makawao, about 1854. Mrs. (Theodosia Arnold) Green, b. East Haddam,... ...9; m. Chester, Ms., Nov. 14, 1830; lived at H. Is. 10 yrs. ; revisited the Islands in 1870, at the Jubilee celebra- tion; d. Mar. 7, 1895. 6 children.... .... 28, 1840; in her later years she has lived both in California and at the Islands, and is still engaged, personally and through her liberal gifts, in...
 
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Title:   My first mission : designed for the instruction and encouragement of young Latter-day Saints
Author:   Cannon, George Q. (George Quayle), 1827-1901
Publisher:   Salt Lake City, Utah; Juvenile Instructor Office
Language:   English
Date:   1882
Subjects:   Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, Mormons and Mormonism, Missions -- Hawaii
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Book Id:   WPLBN0002187674
Format Type:   PDF (eBook)
 
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...tbe Almighty — The Elders Separate, and Commence Labor on the Four Principal Islands. Page 16. CHAPTER lY. Our House on Maui — Interviews with the Con... ...sited by the President of the Mission, who Determines to go to the Marqueses Islands — Are not Led to go with Him — -"Poi, ' its Preparation and Pecul... ...ted to get passage from San Francisco to Honolulu, the principal town on the Sandwich Islands. After trying for some da^-s we succeed- ed in obtaining... ...t passage from San Francisco to Honolulu, the principal town on the Sandwich Islands. After trying for some da^-s we succeed- ed in obtaining a passag... ...rk there, that for a few minutes after descending, we could see OFF FOR THE SANDWICH ISLANDS. IS nothing. We had had some rough experience, however, ... ... that for a few minutes after descending, we could see OFF FOR THE SANDWICH ISLANDS. IS nothing. We had had some rough experience, however, since lea... ... The Imaiun of Muscat was bound for the East Indies, but was to touch at the Sandwich Itjjands. We were glad that we had to go nofarther, so itwas wit... ...ng authority and its teachings and counsels. By thismeanswewere able, on the Sandwich Islands, to know what course to take. White men who go to the Sa... ...e likely to entertain strangers. "Na-lima-nui' ' means inthe language of the Sandwich Islands "big hands. ' ' Lima is thenoun hand, nuiis the adjectiv...
 
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Title:   The Bible in the Pacific
Author:   Murray, A. W. (Archibald Wright), D. 1892
Publisher:   London; James Nisbet & Co., Ltd.
Language:   English
Date:   1888
Subjects:   Missionaries -- United States, Missions -- Oceania, Missions -- Hawaii
Collections:   American Libraries Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0000213788
Format Type:   PDF (eBook)
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... follows : — " Here we are on the borders of the great Pacific Ocean, on the islands and groups scattered over the bosom of which a work of Bible tran... ...dition to furnishing information relative to translation work on the Loyalty Islands, has read over the manuscript with me, and in that way has render... ...IUA . X. THE AXEITEUM VERSIOX . XI. TAXXA XII. Kli.V.MAXGA.... XIII. FATE OR SANDWICH ISLAND XIV. NGUX.V AXD OTHER ISLANDS 124 132 146 16S 1S2 WESTERN... ...XXA XII. Kli.V.MAXGA.... XIII. FATE OR SANDWICH ISLAND XIV. NGUX.V AXD OTHER ISLANDS 124 132 146 16S 1S2 WESTERN roI.YNESIA-TIIE LOYALTY ISLANDS. XV. ... ...IA. CHAPTER I. THE TAHITIAN VERSION. Ix a record of Bible translation in the islands of the Pacific, the Tahitian version is clearly entitled to the f... ...ole and effected such a general revolution as it has done among the Fijians, Sandwich Islanders, and others. Weknow that there have been great difficu... ...he sea." " The Lord hasten it in His time ! " ( i6S ) CHArTER XIII. FATE OR SANDWICH ISLAND. This island, the uativ^e name of wliich is Fate or Vate,... ...h is Fate or Vate,* was discovered by Captain Cook in 1774, and by Him named Sandwich Island, in honour of his patron, the Earl of Sandwich, at that t... ...l's "New Hebrides and Christian Missions," and "Western Polynesia." FATE OR SANDWICH ISLAND. 169 tliem of late yeai'S, The island, we may remark, is ...
 
       
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