Those Kings and Queens of Old Hawaii: A Mele to Their Memory

By: Paul Bailey (1906-1987)

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FIRST EDITION. 8vo. 9 1/4 x 6 1/8 inches. Black-and-white illustrations throughout, bibliography, index; text clean, unmarked. Blue cloth, spine stamped in silver, maps in end-papers, dust-jacket in archival mylar; binding square and tight, jacket price clipped, light shelf wear. Very Good. Bailey's book traces the history of the Hawaiian monarchy from its primordial beginnings as descendants of the gods, to their succumbing to American expansionism. Hawaiians have oral history going back a thousand years, but the story for the world at large begins with the discovery of the Sandwich Island by Captain James Cook in 1778. Whalers, missionaries, and mercenaries undermined the traditional culture, allowing American conquest in 1893. Paul Bailey was the owner/publisher of Westernlore Press, and a writer of many books that focused on the Western American experience with a special focus on Latter-day Saint history. During the years Bailey ran Westernlore Press he continued to publish books focused on the Western United States that were highly regarded by libraries and which sold well.

Title: Those Kings and Queens of Old Hawaii: A Mele to Their Memory

Author Name: Paul Bailey (1906-1987)

Categories: Hawaii,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Los Angeles, Westernlore Books: 1975

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Used: Very Good

Jacket Condition: Very Good

Type: Hardcover

Seller ID: MB718-006

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