Hawaii has been referred to as the crossroads of the Pacific. This book illustrates how many world cultures and customs meet in the Hawaiian Islands, providing a chronological overview highlighted by extracts from important works that express Hawaii's unique history.
This work starts with chronological chapters on general and ancient Hawaiian history and continues through early Western contact, the 19th century, and Hawaii's annexation to the United States. Topics include politics, religion, social issues, business, ethnic groups, and race relations.
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A comprehensive collection of the important works in Hawaiian History.About the Author:
RICHARD LIGHTNER teaches history in Hawaii. He currently lectures at Honolulu Community College.
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