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Title: Book Reviews
Authors: Boylan, Daniel
Silverman, Jane L.
Roddy, Kevin M.
Crosby, Alfred W.
Beechert, Edward D.
show 6 moreChapman, William R.
Tamura, Eileen H.
Kay, E. Alison
Mcgregor, Davianna Pomaika'i
Spickard, Paul
Halsted, Ann L.

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Keywords: Hawaiian Historical Society
LC Subject Headings: Hawaii -- History -- Periodicals
Issue Date: 1994
Publisher: Honolulu, Hawaiian Historical Society
Series/Report no.: Hawaiian Journal of History, volume 28, 1994
Description: Book Reviews: The First Strange Place: The Alchemy Of Race And Sex In World War II Hawaii by Beth Bailey And David Farber; She Was A Sister Sailor: The Whaling Journals Of Mary Brewster, 1845-1851 Edited By Joan Druett; Paradise Remade: The Politics Of Culture And History In Hawai'i by Elizabeth Buck; The Gifts Of Civilization: Germs And Genocide In Hawai'i by O. A. Bushnell; Fruitful Fields: American Missionary Churches In Hawaii by Alan Gowans, Daina Penkiunas, And Augie Salbosa; The Specter Of Communism In Hawaii by T. Michael Holmes; Japanese Immigrant Clothing In Hawaii: 1885 - 1941 by Barbara F. Kawakam; At Sea With The Scientifics: The Challenger Letters Of Joseph Makin Edited By Philip F. Rehbock; Reconciling The Past: Two Basketry Ka'ai And The Legendary Liloa And Lonoikamakahiki by Roger G. Rose; Architecture In Hawai'i: A Chronological Survey by Rob Sandler; Americanization, Acculturation And Ethnic Identity: The Nisei Generation In Hawaii by Eileen H. Tamura; High Tea At Halekulani: Feminist Theory And American Clubwomen by Margit Misangyi Watts
Appears in Collections:Hawaiian Journal of History, Volume 28, 1994

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