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The Hawaiian Archipelago

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Published in 1875, The Hawaiian Archipelago depicts a far different Hawaii than the one we see in travelogues or the one made famous by Pearl Harbor. Ms. Bird's work is significant because of the historical as well as personal perspective she offers. During Bird's time, one primary concern about Hawaii was its dwindling population and abandonment of once-thriving communities. Her love for the islands and the personal healing she experiences, both physically and psychologically, leaves her in its thrall. Illustrated edition contains photographs and illustrations from previous print editions.

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