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by Joseph G. Mullins
Hawaii's history records an almost bewildering series of social, cultural and political upheavals - from Neolithic Polynesia through western contact, depopulation, influx of new peoples, monarchy, annexation, world wars, Statehood and the Hawaiian sovereignty movement - all in less than two centuries.
Here is Hawaii's story, pictorially told with over 160 historical photos. Now in its sixteenth printing, this revised edition of Hawaiian Journey is a must read for anyone wanting an easy-to-read informal account of the 50th State from the early settlers to the present day sovereignty movement.
Hard cover. 136 pages. Includes black and white archive photographs.
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