History of the Hawaiian Kingdom

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Bess Press, 2003 - History - 201 pages
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- Chapters covering unification of the kingdom, contact with westerners, the Mahele, the influence of the sugar industry, and the overthrow of the monarchy, rewritten for easier readability
- New color illustrations, including paintings by Herb Kawainui K ne, never-before-published portraits of the monarchs, vintage postcards, and then and now photographs
- Photographs, drawings, and primary source documents from local archives and collections
- Challenging vocabulary defined in the text margins
- Appendixes covering the formation of the islands, Hawai'i's geography, and Polynesian migration
- A timeline and a bibliography
 

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This was great because I got to use the pages that I needed for my book report. But, it would be better if you could do all of the pages on the preview. *wink wink* :) please

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It could be more to the point and not jump around in dates.

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Contents

Shifting Influences
102
The Kamehameha Dynasty Ends
112
Lunalilo the Peoples Choice 18731874
121
Queen Liliuokalani the Overthrow
152
Location and Formation of the Hawaiian Islands
172
Geography of the Islands
180
Glossary
188
Index
195
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