Kauai: The Separate Kingdom

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University of Hawaii Press, 1988年2月1日 - 376 頁
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Here finally is a readable, thoroughly researched, and generously illustrated history of the island of Kauai. Edward Joesting tells for the first time the story of one of the most intriguing and least known of the Hawaiian Islands. His account begins with the prehistoric origins of the island and concludes with the annexation of Hawaii in 1898.

Kauai describes the early emergence of Kauai as an island separate and distinctive from the other islands of Hawaii. It recounts the coming of Western man, the failure of King Kamehameha to conquer the island, and the ultimate incorporation of the island into the Hawaiian kingdom. Joesting also includes in his story the destructive impact of the sandalwood and whaling trades, and the subsequent rise of an economy based on sugar cultivation. His story comes to an end with the demise of the Hawaiian monarchy and the quiet revolution that occurred when Hawaii became a territory of the United States.

Historical documents not previously used bring new information and fresh perspectives to this book. The result is a level-headed, engaging look at Kauai. Kauai: The Separate Kingdom is certain to become the authoritative history of the island long regarded by many as the most beautiful in the Hawaiian archipelago.

 

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CHAPTER
19
William Hyde Rice
21
CHAPTER THREE
36
CHAPTER FOUR
54
Photo Section A follows
64
CHAPTER FIVE
70
CHAPTER
89
CHAPTER SEVEN
119
CHAPTER EIGHT
142
CHAPTER NINE
161
Photo Section B follows
176
Sugar factory at Kealia
176
CHAPTER
188
CHAPTER ELEVEN
214
CHAPTER TWELVE
240
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Edward Joesting is the author of Hawaii: An Uncommon History. In collaboration with the photographer Ansel Adams, Joesting wrote two other books on Hawaii. He is also the co-author of Hawaii: A Pictorial History.

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