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Honolulu, sketches of the life, social, political, and religious, in the Hawaiian Islands from 1828 to 1861. By Laura Fish Judd. With a supplementary sketch of events to the present time. (1880)
Bib ID 692124
Format BookBook
Author
Judd, Laura Fish, -1873
 
Description Honolulu, Reprinted by the Honolulu Star-Bulletin, 1928 
xii, 209 p. pl. (ports.) 25 cm. 
Notes

"Celebrating the centenary of the arrival in Hawaii, March 31, 1828, of Gerrit Parmele Judd and Laura Fish Judd, this book is reprinted by the families of their children."

Subjects Hawaii -- Description and travel.  |  Hawaii -- History.

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