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Land, family and Hawaiian resistance

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Title: Land, family and Hawaiian resistance
Authors: Boggs, Stephen T.
LC Subject Headings: Hawaiians--Ethnic identity
Hawaiians--Politics and government
Issue Date: 2003
Abstract: The book takes the form of an extended essay, quoting facts and figures, the words of individuals, and observations of behavior recorded for
the most part during the 1970's and '80's. It contains what individual Hawaiians at particular times and in particular circumstances have shared with me, as understood by me. I emphasize that many Hawaiians would have views and experiences which differ from those cited herein. The connections I see are, like all such, arguable. I may have gotten it wrong. If so, someone hopefully will correct me. But in any case, it is my essay. I do not claim that it represents the views of all Hawaiians; only those quoted herein and subject to the limitations mentioned.
Description: Contents were included in anthropology course on Peoples of Hawai'i taught beginning in 1971
"A Nation Rising: A review" added as an addendum. July 28, 2015.
Pages/Duration: 110 pages
Rights: Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 United States
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Boggs, Stephen T.

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