Catalog Record: Memoirs of the Hawaiian revolution | Hathi Trust Digital Library


Memoirs of the Hawaiian revolution, by Sanford B. Dole; edited by Andrew Farrell.

Main Author: Dole, Sanford B. 1844-1926.
Related Names: Farrell, Andrew 1889-
Language(s): English
Published: Honolulu, Advertiser publishing co., ltd., 1936.
Subjects: Hawaii > Annexation to the United States.
United States > Foreign relations > Hawaii.
Hawaii > Foreign relations > United States.
Hawaii > Politics and government > 1893-1900.
Note: Originally written for joint serial publication with Lorrin A. Thurston's memoirs in the Honolulu advertiser. cf. Pref.
One of a limited edition set of three volumes of the memoirs of Sanford B. Dole and Lorrin A. Thurston published by the Advertiser Publishing Co., Ltd. cf. Slip mounted on lining-paper.
Physical Description: xxiii, 188 p. front., illus., ports. 24 cm.
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