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The Introduction of Christianity Into The Hawaiian Islands

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Date: [unknown] to 1922
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The Introduction of Christianity Into The Hawaiian Islands

And the Development of These Islands Through the Agency of the Missionaries and Their Descendants, 1820-1920.

  • by Emily Carrie Hawley
  • published by E. L. Hildreth, Brattleboro, Vermont, 1922
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Table of Contents

  • The Hawaiian Islands
  • Illustrations
  • Introduction
  • The Hawaiian Islands and Native People
  • Index, Page 83.

Illustrations

  • "Stormfield", Redding Connecticut. Home of Mark Twain.
  • A Palm-Bordered Drive, Honolulu
  • Cocoanut Palms in Fruitage
  • Tropical Scene with Tall Palms. Rice in the foreground.
  • Lake of Fire, Kilauea on side of Mauna Loa
  • Luxuriant Vegetation Covering the Lava Plains
  • Royal Palms, Honolulu
  • The Pali (precipices) Six Miles from Honolulu
  • First Method of Preaching under the Gigantic Hau Trees
  • Punahou College
  • Punahou Mission School in 1865
  • Kamehameha School
  • Bronze Statue of Kamehameha I
  • A Marine View
  • Old Mission House, Honolulu
  • New Mission Memorial Hall, Honolulu
  • Kawaihao Church, Honolulu
  • Congregational Meeting House, Brookfield, Connecticut
  • On the Summit of Laurel Hill
  • Home of Mrs. Lucia Holman-Tomlinson
  • Harry Ruggles Homestead, remodeled
  • St. Thomas Cathedral, Honolulu
  • Interior of St Thomas Cathedral
  • Site of the Old Cooke Homestead, Danbury, Connecticut
  • Breadfruit Tree
  • Travelers Palm




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