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Hawaii: A Bicentennial History.  States and Nation series by  Ruth Tabrah - First Printing - 1980 - from Abstract Books and Biblio.com

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Hawaii: A Bicentennial History. States and Nation series

by Tabrah, Ruth

Condition: Good


New York/Nashville: W.W. Norton/ American Association for State and Local History, 1980. Ex lib. 233 pages, b/w plates, map, further reading list, index; 8vo, blue cloth. Number spine, nameplate, a few library marks, back endpaper removed, very good-; contents fine; no dust jacket. First Printing. Hard Cover. Good.


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