Unconquerable Rebel: Robert W. Wilcox and Hawaiian Politics, 1880-1903
Examines Wilcox's political career and his attempts to restore native Hawaiian control of a culture, government, and economy increasingly dominated by Caucasian outsiders, within the context of two successful uprisings and two unsuccessful rebellions against established governments during the period
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The Gibson Regime and Its Undoing 18821887
Reform and the Wilcox Reaction
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