Emma: Hawaii's Remarkable Queen
The definitive biography of one of the most beloved and influential women in Hawaiian history. Her enduring legacy includes renowned institutions that thrive in Hawai'i today: The Queen's Medical Center, St. Andrew's Priory, 'Iolani School, and St. Andrew's Cathedral.
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Ulu Ke Keiki The Child Grows
Ka Ike O Ke Keiki The Child Learns
Courtship and Marriage
The New Life at Court
The Birth of an Heir
The Queens Hospital
New Love Old Grief
The Anglican Visionary
The Battles of Succession
The Queens Party
Rifts and Conspiracies
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