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  • Possibly the most important work in Hawaiian literature, Hawaii's Story is a poignant plea from Hawaii's queen to restore her people's kingdom.
  • The author, Milly Singletary, spent countless hours researching newspapers, magazines, video tapes and microfilm and interviewed over 200 people to complete this portrait of Clara.
  • Kaiulani's story is Hawaii's own story spanning the years when Hawaii went from monarchy to territory. A fairy-tale princess, she became the shining heroine of a humbled nation who died young and beautiful.
  • This year, 2017, will be the 100th anniversary of the Queen's passing. This photo album tells her life story. Taking pictures and design from Liliuokalani s own photo albums, filled with what were called carte de visite...left behind after a social call, or exchanged at gatherings, Liliuokalani...A Royal Album follows the seventy-nine years of Liliuokalani s eventful life, which began in her grandfather s grass-thatched hale and ended in Washington Place, her place of refuge in the decades that followed her overthrow.
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    Now in a larger format with a new cover, Nahienaena presents a compelling biography of Kamehameha's sacred daughter who in legend was descended from the gods.
  • The haunting story of the Scottish-Hawaiian Princess Victoria Ka'iulani; the fragile beauty who, as heir-apparent, was groomed all her life to be the future Queen of Hawaii. Despite the struggles of loyal Royalists who fought for their beleaguered...
  • Impressions of the final years of R.L.S. in his mansion, Vailima, in Western Samoa, still writing books, caring for family and friends, and advising Polynesian chiefta