Originally published in 1830 as "Memoirs of Henry Obookiah - A Native Of Owhyhee And A Member Of The Foreign Mission School." Heneri Opukahaia (Henry Obookiah) was a young native Hawaiian who fled from those who killed his whole family in his native Hawaiian Islands on a sailing ship. He eventually ended up on the east coast of America. His story is one of transformation from idolatry to Christianity, from native life in the Islands to a civilized gentleman and minister of the Gospel. His life story lived among Christians on the east coast of the USA inspired the earliest of missionary companies that first left for the Hawaiian Islands. This edition has been produced using restored flowing text from an original and is NOT a "Scan Copy."
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