Hiwa: A Tale of Ancient Hawaii.
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108 pages; brown cloth binding with the title on the cover and spine. Edmund P. Dole (1850-1928) was a New England lawyer related to the Dole family of Hawaii. He served as Attorney-General of the Territory of Hawaii and later argued a case before the US Supreme Court in 1901. Dole was an author of fiction and 'Hiwa' was his second novel. Minor folds to the top and bottom of the spine. Very good clean copy. Bookseller Inventory # 12715
Title: Hiwa: A Tale of Ancient Hawaii.
Publisher: Harper & Brothers, New York, New York
Publication Date: 1900
Book Condition: Collectible-Very Good
Edition: First Edition
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