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Native Hawaiian Claims: Hearings: Hawaiian Native Claims Settlement Commission, Joint Hearings 1977 July 6-7
|Title:||Native Hawaiian Claims: Hearings: Hawaiian Native Claims Settlement Commission, Joint Hearings 1977 July 6-7|
|LC Subject Headings:||Hawaiians--Land tenure|
Hawaiians--Legal status, laws, etc
Hawaiians--Kings and rulers
Liliuokalani, Queen of Hawaii, 1838-1917
United States. Native Hawaiians Study Commission
|Source:||Native Hawaiian Issues, Box 12, Folder 7|
|Description:||NOT OCRed. This folder holds two copies of a booklet on the joint hearings before the subcommittee on public lands of the house of representatives committee on interior and insular affairs. This booklet contains information and images regarding the Hawaiian Native Claims Settlement Commission, related testimony and information on any concerns, needs, or problems that Hawaiians feel has to be addressed. There is also information on land tenure in Hawai'i, Hawaiian identity, history in Hawai'i regarding Hawaiian royalty, or annexation, the reciprocity treaty, the Kamehameha genealogy, land ownership ratio, legislation on land tenure in Hawai'i and means of land tenure. This booklet can be found in Hamilton Library and the call # for this booklet is: KF26 .E558 1977i in the Hawaiian collection and Y 4.En 2:95-83 in the Government Docs.|
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