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19th Century Chapter in Hawai'i's Maritime History: Hudson's Bay Company Merchant Shipping, 1829-1859

@inproceedings{Spoehr198819thCC,
  title={19th Century Chapter in Hawai'i's Maritime History: Hudson's Bay Company Merchant Shipping, 1829-1859},
  author={A. Spoehr},
  year={1988}
}
ALTHOUGH HAWAI'I'S RESIDENTS and the almost six million tourists who annually visit the Hawaiian Islands in the 1980s travel by air, both residents and tourists also depend on the overseas merchant shipping that each week replenishes the Islands' food supply and other necessities of life. Hawai'i's present reliance on merchant shipping is the end product of an historical process that began with the fur trade two centuries ago, and which thereafter was expressed in the close relationship between… Expand

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