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J. Garner Anthony. Hawaii Under Army Rule. Stanford University Press. 1955. 203pp.

Edward D. Beechert. Working in Hawaii: A Labor History. University of Hawaii Press. 1985. 401pp.

Bonanza Books. Pearl Harbor and Hawaii: A Military History. 1971. 184pp.

Oswald A. Bushnell. The Gifts of Civilization: Germs and Genocide in Hawai'i. University of Hawaii Press. 1993. 326pp.

David L. Callies. Regulating Paradise: Land Use Controls in Hawaii. University of Hawaii Press. 1984. 245pp.

William Henry Chickering. Within the Sound of These Waves: The Story of the Kings of Hawaii Island. Harcourt, Brace and Company. 1941. 327pp.

George Cooper; Gavan Daws. Land and Power in Hawaii: The Democratic Years. University of Hawaii Press. 1990. 518pp.

Robert D. Craig. Historical Dictionary of Honolulu and Hawai'i. Scarecrow Press. 1998. 297pp.

Gavan Daws. Shoal of Time: A History of the Hawaiian Islands. Macmillan. 1968. 494pp.

Michael Dougherty. To Steal a Kingdom: Probing Hawaiian History. Island Press. 1992. 246pp.

T. Michael Holmes. The Specter of Communism in Hawaii. University of Hawaii Press. 1994. 257pp.

Yukiko Kimura. Issei: Japanese Immigrants in Hawaii. University of Hawaii Press. 1988. 283pp.

Ralph S. Kuykendall. The Hawaiian Kingdom. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press. 1938, 1953, 1967. (3 vols.) 453pp. + 310pp. + 764pp. Volume I, 1778-1854. Volume II, 1854-74. Volume III, 1874-93.

Ralph S. Kuykendall. A History of Hawaii. Macmillan. 1926. 375pp.

Robert M. C. Littler. The Governance of Hawaii: A Study of Territorial Administration. Stanford University Press. 1929. 281pp.

Trevor Lummis. Pacific Paradises: The Discovery of Tahiti and Hawaii. Pluto Press Australia. 2006. 212pp.

Joseph Morgan. Hawaii: A Geography. Westview Press. 1983. 293pp.

Eleanor C. Nordyke. The Peopling of Hawaii. University Press of Hawaii. 1977. 221pp.

Gary Y. Okihiro. Cane Fires: The Anti-Japanese Movement in Hawaii, 1865-1945. Temple University Press. 1992. 330pp.

Wayne Patterson. The Korean Frontier in America: Immigration to Hawaii, 1896-1910. University of Hawaii Press. 1994. 292pp.

Mary Kawena Pukui; Samuel H. Elbert; Esther T. Mookini. Place Names of Hawaii. University of Hawaii Press. 1974. 310pp.

Judith Rubano. Culture and Behavior in Hawaii: An Annotated Bibliography. Social Science Research Institute, University of Hawaii. 1971. 147pp.

Bradford Smith. Yankees in Paradise: The New England Impact on Hawaii. Philadelphia and New York: J. B. Lippincott. 1956. 376pp.

Zachary Alden Smith; Richard Pratt (editors). Politics and Public Policy in Hawai'i. SUNY Press. 1992. 273pp.

Patricia G. Steinhoff; Milton Diamond. Abortion Politics: The Hawaii Experience. University Press of Hawaii. 1977. 256pp.

John J. Stephan. Hawaii Under the Rising Sun: Japan's Plans for Conquest After Pearl Harbor. University of Hawaii Press. 1984. 228pp.

Sylvester Kirby Stevens. American Expansion in Hawaii, 1842-1898. Russell & Russell. 1968. 320pp.

Ruth M. Tabrah. Hawaii: A History. New York: W. W. Norton. 1984. 233pp.

Ronald T. Takaki. Pau Hana: Plantation Life and Labor in Hawaii, 1835-1920. University of Hawaii Press. 1984. 232pp.

Merze Tate. Hawaii: Reciprocity or Annexation. Michigan State University Press. 1968. 303pp.

John Womack Vandercook. King Cane: The Story of Sugar in Hawaii. Harper & Brothers. 1939. 192pp.

Sarah Vowell. Unfamiliar Fishes. Penguin. 2011. 238pp.

Elvi W. Whittaker. The Mainland Haole: The White Experience in Hawaii. Columbia University Press. 1986. 233pp.

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