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Hawaii; Scenes and Impressions

By: Gerould, Katharine Fullerton, 1879-1944

...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 ... ...nd streets and stultifies the fine situa- tion of many a Western town. Two stories and sometimes three; scamped porches set about with jig-saw decorat...

Honolulu: the melting-pot.- By-ways in Hawaii.- Kalaupapa: the leper settlement on Molokai

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The Coming Hawaii

By: Goodrich, Joseph King, 1850-1921

...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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Hawaii, Past and Present

By: Castle, William R. (William Richards), 1878-1963

... 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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Scenes in Hawaii; Or, Life in the Sandwich Islands

By: Grant, Minnie Caroline Robinson, Mrs. W. Forsyth Grant

...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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Hawaiian Club Papers

By: Hawaiian Club, Boston, Mass., Making of America Project

...NGMAN, 1868. Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1868, by THE HAWAIIAN CLUB, in the Clerk's Office of the District Court for the Distri... ...ES PLAIN ; FIFTY CLUB COPIES TINTED. vrol't Library, TABLE OF CONTENTS. THE HAWAIIAN CLUB, E. P. Bond, ... 1 EARLY WELLS OF HONOLULU, .... James Hunn... ... 1 EARLY WELLS OF HONOLULU, .... James Hunnewell, . 2 VOYAGES OF THE ANCIENT HAWAIIANS (From Kamakau), S. B. Dole, ... 4 THE HAWAIIAN TRANSLATIONS OF ... ...amakau), . . . . S. B. Dole, . . .13 PRODUCTION AND CONSUMPTION OF SUGAR, 17 HAWAII AT THE " EXPOSITION UNIVERSELLE," PARIS, 1867, J. F. Hunnewell, . ... ... F. Hunnewell, . . 18 ISLANDS OF THE NORTH PACIFIC, 29 FIRST PRINTING AT THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, . J. F. Hunnewell, . . 38 A MISSIONARY EPISODE, 8. B. D... ...rgetting the long weary ride and the wretched nag. Then he would tell us his stories of the olden time on Hawaii, and we would see the tusks of the wi... ...th, 1854, at Honolulu. Honolulu, 1854. 8vo. H. GULICK (L. H.). New Testament Stories. In the Ponape Dialect. Honolulu, M., 1859. pp. 40. Eight Chapter... ...ht Chapters of Matthew. In the Ponape Dialect. Honolulu, 1859. pp. 20. Bible Stories. In the Ponape Dialect. Reprint. Honolulu, 1865. pp. 61. GULICK (... ...e. [Karts Ar- chiv. 1st Series. Vol. II.] HoiKEHOLOHOLONA na na Kamalii, He. Stories about Animals. Lahainaluna, 1835. HOIKE HONUA. Geography. Honolul...

A catalogue of works published at, or relating to, the Hawaiian islands: p. [63]-115

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Northern California, Oregon, And the Sandwich Islands

By: Nordhoff, Charles, 1830-1901; Brigham, William Tufts, 1841-1926

...RE 34 CHAPTER IV. KAUAI, WITH A GLANCE AT CATTLE AND SHEEP 05 CHAPTER V. THE HAWAIIAN AT HOME: MANNERS AND CUSTOMS 73 CHAPTER VI. COMMERCIAL AND POLIT... ... APPENDIX. CONTRIBUTIONS OF A VENERABLE SAVAGE TO THE ANCIENT HISTORY OF THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS 229 NOTES... .. 255 ILLUSTRATIONS. PAGE MAP OF THE HAWA... ...tispiece. KING KALAKAUA DIAMOND HEAD AND WAIKIKI 17 HONOLULU GENERAL VIEW 18 HAWAIIAN HOTEL, HONOLULU 20 GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS, HONOLULU 22 ROYAL SCHOO... ...NUT GROVE, AND RESIDENCE OF THE LATE KING KAMEHAMEHA V., AT WAIKIKI, OAHU 31 HAWAIIAN Poi DEALER 34 THE PALACE, HONOLULU 35 EMMA, QUEEN OF KAMEHAMEHA ... ...IIAN Poi DEALER 34 THE PALACE, HONOLULU 35 EMMA, QUEEN OF KAMEHAMEHA IV 36 A HAWAIIAN CHIEF 37 THE CRATER OF KILAUEA ONE PHASE 39 KEALAKEAKUA BAY, WHE... ...y ; having no more serious occupation than to drink, eat, sleep, dance, tell stories ; giving themselves up, in a word, to all pleasures, lawful and u...

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He Aha Kamea 'Ai No Ka 'Aina Awakea (What's for Lunch)

By: Athleen Piilani Mattoon

...O The Hooulu Hou Project: Stories Told By Us kekahi papahana hou ae no Na Kamalei. Haawi ia mai la ke kala no ua papahana nei e Administration for Native Americans. O ka pahuhopu nui o ua papahana nei ka hoolako ia mai o na hana lawelawe a me na ano m...

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Daily Maui News : Volume 1, Sept 1905

By: G.B. Robertson

...or attracted migrants from China, Japan, Korea, the Philippines, Portugal, Puerto Rico, and beyond--­and they were often the subject of openly racist stories and opinion pieces. The Maui News also reported on the establishment of new businesses and the many construction and development projects that were materializing around the island. Politically, the paper was conservat...

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Daily Maui News : Volume 1, Feb 1922

By: G.B. Robertson

...or attracted migrants from China, Japan, Korea, the Philippines, Portugal, Puerto Rico, and beyond--­and they were often the subject of openly racist stories and opinion pieces. The Maui News also reported on the establishment of new businesses and the many construction and development projects that were materializing around the island. Politically, the paper was conservat...

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Daily Maui News : Volume 1, Aug 1919

By: G.B. Robertson

...or attracted migrants from China, Japan, Korea, the Philippines, Portugal, Puerto Rico, and beyond--­and they were often the subject of openly racist stories and opinion pieces. The Maui News also reported on the establishment of new businesses and the many construction and development projects that were materializing around the island. Politically, the paper was conservat...

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Daily Maui News : Volume 1, Dec 1913

By: G.B. Robertson

...or attracted migrants from China, Japan, Korea, the Philippines, Portugal, Puerto Rico, and beyond--­and they were often the subject of openly racist stories and opinion pieces. The Maui News also reported on the establishment of new businesses and the many construction and development projects that were materializing around the island. Politically, the paper was conservat...

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Daily Maui News : Volume 1, March 1916

By: G.B. Robertson

...or attracted migrants from China, Japan, Korea, the Philippines, Portugal, Puerto Rico, and beyond--­and they were often the subject of openly racist stories and opinion pieces. The Maui News also reported on the establishment of new businesses and the many construction and development projects that were materializing around the island. Politically, the paper was conservat...

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Garden Island War Daily : Sept 1917

By: J.D. Willard

.... Regular column topics included poultry care, library new book lists, Sunday sermons, and “Our Little Boys and Girls,” which featured 500-word short stories by children on Kaua?i. During World War I while the Pacific Commercial Advertiser, the Honolulu Star-Bulletin, and Wailuku’s Maui News expressed extreme anti-German sentiment, the Garden Island was more moderate towar...

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Daily Maui News : Volume 1, Feb 1907

By: G.B. Robertson

...or attracted migrants from China, Japan, Korea, the Philippines, Portugal, Puerto Rico, and beyond--­and they were often the subject of openly racist stories and opinion pieces. The Maui News also reported on the establishment of new businesses and the many construction and development projects that were materializing around the island. Politically, the paper was conservat...

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Daily Maui News : Volume 1, Nov 1904

By: G.B. Robertson

...or attracted migrants from China, Japan, Korea, the Philippines, Portugal, Puerto Rico, and beyond--­and they were often the subject of openly racist stories and opinion pieces. The Maui News also reported on the establishment of new businesses and the many construction and development projects that were materializing around the island. Politically, the paper was conservat...

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Daily Maui News : Volume 1, May 1910

By: G.B. Robertson

...or attracted migrants from China, Japan, Korea, the Philippines, Portugal, Puerto Rico, and beyond--­and they were often the subject of openly racist stories and opinion pieces. The Maui News also reported on the establishment of new businesses and the many construction and development projects that were materializing around the island. Politically, the paper was conservat...

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Daily Maui News : Volume 1, June 1911

By: G.B. Robertson

...or attracted migrants from China, Japan, Korea, the Philippines, Portugal, Puerto Rico, and beyond--­and they were often the subject of openly racist stories and opinion pieces. The Maui News also reported on the establishment of new businesses and the many construction and development projects that were materializing around the island. Politically, the paper was conservat...

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Daily Maui News : Volume 1, Nov 1921

By: G.B. Robertson

...or attracted migrants from China, Japan, Korea, the Philippines, Portugal, Puerto Rico, and beyond--­and they were often the subject of openly racist stories and opinion pieces. The Maui News also reported on the establishment of new businesses and the many construction and development projects that were materializing around the island. Politically, the paper was conservat...

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Garden Island War Daily : Nov 1915

By: J.D. Willard

.... Regular column topics included poultry care, library new book lists, Sunday sermons, and “Our Little Boys and Girls,” which featured 500-word short stories by children on Kaua?i. During World War I while the Pacific Commercial Advertiser, the Honolulu Star-Bulletin, and Wailuku’s Maui News expressed extreme anti-German sentiment, the Garden Island was more moderate towar...

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Garden Island War Daily : Nov 1922

By: J.D. Willard

.... Regular column topics included poultry care, library new book lists, Sunday sermons, and “Our Little Boys and Girls,” which featured 500-word short stories by children on Kaua?i. During World War I while the Pacific Commercial Advertiser, the Honolulu Star-Bulletin, and Wailuku’s Maui News expressed extreme anti-German sentiment, the Garden Island was more moderate towar...

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