Dismembering Lahui: A History of the Hawaiian Nation to 1887
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310pp. June 2002
Dismembering Lahui: A History of the Hawaiian Nation to 1887
Author: Osorio, Jonathan K. K.;
Winner, 2003 Ka Palapala Pookela Awards for Excellence in Nonfiction and in General Hawaiian Culture

Jonathan Osorio investigates the effects of Western law on the national identity of Native Hawaiians in this impressive political history of the Kingdom of Hawaii from the onset of constitutional government in 1840 to the Bayonet Constitution of 1887, whi
"Indispensable." —The Nation (28 April 2008)

"Groundbreaking." —The Historian 66 (2004)

"A detailed study, rich with insights." —Choice (March 2003)

"Profound scholarship that examines neglected sources and adds a new dimension

Author: Osorio, Jonathan K. K.;
Jonathan K. K. Osorio is assistant professor of history at the Center for Hawaiian Studies, University of Hawaii.
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List of Illustrations and Tables

Preface

1. Aupuni

2. Law and Lâhui

3. ‘Âina and Lâhui

4. A House Divided

5. Conventional Beliefs

6. Hawai‘i for Hawaiians

7. Bayonet

8. Ho‘oulu Lâhui

Notes

Glossary

Bibliography




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