Ships, Furs, and Sandalwood: A Yankee Trader in Hawai'i, 1823-1825
University of Hawaii Press, 1999 - Biography & Autobiography - 96 pages
Charles H. Hammatt arrived in Hawaii in 1823 and remained long enough to form his own opinions about native society there. He recorded his encounters and observations in his journal, which provides an unexpected and intimate glimpse of life in frontier Hawaii.
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