Changing lives of Hawaii"s women

progress since statehood : a contemporary historical record.
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Foundation for Hawaii Women"s History , [Honolulu?
Women -- Hawaii -- History -- 20th century., Women in the professions -- Ha

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Hawaii, Ha

ContributionsLieban, Ruth.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHQ1438.H3 C47 1984
The Physical Object
Paginationii, 48 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2614905M
LC Control Number85179513

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Nellist. [Honolulu]: E.A. Langton-Boyle, 2 v. 1 ; v. 2 ). Reprinted by University Microfilms International, Biographies (2 volumes) of noted Caucasian and some Native Hawaiian women, both historical and contemporary at time of publication.

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When it was introduced, influential women like Ka'ahumanu, Kapi'olani, and Keopulani were the first to support the western judicial system. Because of their influence among the Hawaiian people, the missionaries granted them special places in the Christian churches, and were also a key part of the development of western law in Hawaii.

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At age 16 she was a sex worker, was the first person in. Hawaiian settlements spread to the leeward sides of the islands with shelters and farms in the lower valleys. Cultivated dryland gardens grow on the dry edges of the floodplains. s - s Hawaiian population grows exponentially. Large heiau begin to appear.

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One day she became lonely and decided to make some companions for herself. From pieces of her own skin she created men and women who became the ancestors of the Navajo people.