Title: Hawaii: A Primer (Special Panama-Pacific ...
Publisher: Paradise of the Pacific Press, Honolulu, Hawaii
Publication Date: 1914
Binding: Soft cover
Book Condition: Fine
Edition: 1st Edition
Published in 1914 by the Paradise of the Pacific Press, Honolulu, Hawaii. Own a piece of history with this beautiful little traveler's guide/introduction to Hawaii, printed especially for the Panama-Pacific International Exposition in 1914, near the turn of the century. Softcover, 64 pages. Measurements: 5.8" x 3.5" Condition: NEAR MINT. Slight scuffing around the edges and a little bit of creasing but otherwise in EXCEPTIONAL condition for its age! --- Includes a breakdown on everything you'd need to know about Hawaii in the 1900s, including agriculture, population, cost of living, geographical and historical info, land laws, roads, schools, volcanoes, etc. --- FREE Domestic Shipping. Bookseller Inventory # ABE-12274056890
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Store Description: Established in 1995, Mauna Kea Galleries is a predominant source for all Hawaiian and Polynesian artifacts, antiques, and artworks. A longtime passion for owners Mark and Carolyn Blackburn, the gallery is well known throughout the world for its vast inventory of rare objects. We stock rare Hawaiian and Polynesian artifacts including a selection of rare books and engravings of Hawaii and the Pacific. Our inventory includes classics like "Captain Cook's Voyages" and Isabella Bird's "Six Months In the Sandwich Islands," among many other popular titles.