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The Hawaiian romance of Laieikawai, with introduction and translation by Martha Warren Beckwith. Reprinted from the Thirty-third annual report of the Bureau of American Ethnology.

Related Names: Beckwith, Martha Warren 1871-1959, translator., Haleole, S. N.
Language(s): English
Published: Washington, Govt. Print. Off., 1918.
Subjects: Tales > Hawaii.
Note: "Appendix. Hawaiian stories. Abstracts from the tales collected by Fornander and edited by Thomas G. Thrum, The Bishop Museum, Honolulu."
English and Hawaiian on opposite pages.
"Translated from the Hawaiian text of S.N. Haleole (printed in Honolulu, 1863)."
The translator's doctoral dissertation, Columbia University, 1918, but not published as a thesis.
Physical Description: 384 p. illus., plates 30 cm.
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