Ka hana kapa, the making of bark-cloth in Hawaii, by William T. Brigham

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1911
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Brigham, William Tufts, 1841-1926
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Honolulu, H.I., Bishop Museum Press
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Making of bark-cloth in Hawaii
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"The story of the manufacture of Kapa (Tapa), or bark-cloth, in Polynesia and elsewhere, but especially in the Hawaiian Islands. By WILLIAM T. BRIGHAM, Sc.D., Honorary Fellow of the Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland, Director of the Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum." Volume 3 in the series includes illustrations and plates, some color, and a 27 plate atlas. The accompanying atlas of 27 color plates is bound separately.
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Tapa, Hawaii, Kapa, Polynesia
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Brigham, W. (1911). Ka hana kapa, the making of bark-cloth in Hawaii (Memoirs of the Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum of Polynesian Ethnology and Natural History ; v. 3). Honolulu, H.I.: Bishop Museum Press.
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iv, 273, iii, [2] pages, 49 plates, and atlas of 27 color plates
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