The Hawaiian archipelago: six months among the palm groves, coral reefs, and volcanoes of the Sandwich Islands

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C. E. Tuttle Co., 1974 - History - 318 pages
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User Review  - maggie1944 - LibraryThing

Another fine book ended: The Hawaiian Archipelago by Isabella L. Bird. A remarkable account of visiting the Hawaiian islands in about 1872 which includes descriptions, and appreciations, of the ... Read full review

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The thing I love about Isabella Bird's writing is that she is humorous as well as descriptively thorough in her observations. She has a certain playfulness to her otherwise didactic travelogue. The ... Read full review

Contents

INTRODUCTORY CHAPTER
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LETTER II
13
LETTER III
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Isabella Bird was perhaps the most prolific and popular female traveller and writer of the nineteenth century.

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