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Voyages to Hawaii before 1860 : a record, based on historical narratives in the libraries of the Hawaiian Mission Children's Society and the Hawaiian Historical Society, extended to March 1860

by Bernice Judd; enlarged and edited by Helen Yonge Lind
Books/Monographs
English
Honolulu, Hawaii : University Press of Hawaii, c1974
xviii, 129 p.

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This edition is a revision of the originally published in 1929 by the Hawaiian Mission Children's Society.

Includes index.

Contents: 1. Chronological list of vessels -- 2. Index of vessels and persons -- 3. Bibliography.

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