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by Ralph Simpson Kuykendall

Category: Americas
Subcategory: History books
Author: Ralph Simpson Kuykendall
ISBN: 013384305X
ISBN13: 978-0133843057
Language: English
Publisher: Prentice Hall (February 1979)
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Kuykendall’s first book, A History of Hawaii, was approved by the Hawaii State Legislature in 1925. Also, in 1948, Ralph Kuykendall and A. Grove Day published Hawaii: A History From Polynesian Kingdom to American Statehood

Kuykendall’s first book, A History of Hawaii, was approved by the Hawaii State Legislature in 1925. It co-authored with the help of Dr. Herbert E. Gregory who served as the Director of the Bernice P. Bishop Museum. A History of Hawaii documents the early beginnings of the Hawaiian kingdom to United States territory. Grove Day published Hawaii: A History From Polynesian Kingdom to American Statehood. Kuykendall was diagnosed with cancer in the early 1960s and he moved to Tucson, Arizona to live with his son. Kuykendall continued to work up until his death in 1963, he left several unfinished manuscripts.

Instead, the authors' voices intrude more and more as the book culminates with Hawaii achieving statehood (which was happening as the book was first published) with an almost gushing tone of 'Look how far we've come!' It made me feel uncomfortable, like it had become state-sponsored tourism propaganda.

Home Browse Books Book details, Hawaii: A History: From Polynesian Kingdom t. .History Isn't Friendly to Hostile Hawaii Bid By Kuehner-Hebert, Katie American Banker, Vol. 168, No. 105, June 3, 2003.Hawaii: A History: From Polynesian Kingdom to American State. By Ralph S. Kuykendall, A. Grove Day. No cover image. A Dishonorable Killing: Joe Kahahawai Has Been Called Hawaii's Emmett till. but Unlike till, Kahahawai's Death More Than 70 Years Ago Has Never Made the History Books By Lum, Lydia Diverse Issues in Higher Education, Vol. 23, No. 1, February 23, 2006.

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Kuykendall’s first book, A History of Hawaii, was approved by the Hawaii State Legislature in 1925, it co-authored with the help of Dr.1961 Hawaii: A History, From Polynesian Kingdom to American State. A History of Hawaii documents the early beginnings of the Hawaiian kingdom to United States territory; the year 1926 marked its first use in Hawaii classrooms. The second book, titled Hawaii in the World War, was co-authored with Lorin Tarr Gill.

The Hawaiian Kingdom, by Ralph S. Kuykendall, is the detailed story of the island monarchy. He then shows how the arrival of sea rovers, traders, soldiers of forture, whalers, scoundrels, missionaries, and statesmen transformed the native kingdom, and how the foundations of modern Hawaii were laid

Some older history books stand up well because they preserve the context of the time while being genuinely interesting; others preserve the time almost too well and feel bland and almost generic in their coverage of events. This book is the latter. Mind you, reading it is not a complete waste of time. Instead, the authors' voices intrude more and more as the book culminates with Hawaii achieving statehood (which was happening as the book was first published) with an almost gushing tone of 'Look how far we've come!' It made me feel uncomfortable, like it had become state-sponsored tourism propaganda.

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Kuykendall, Ralph . and A. Hawaii: A History-From Polynesian Kingdom to American State. Inventing Politics: A New Political Anthropology of the Hawaiian Kingdom. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 2003. Pratt, Richard . and Zachary A. Smith, eds. Rev. ed. Englewood Cliffs, .

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