Race, Power, and the Dilemma of Democracy: Hawai‘i’s First Territorial Legislature, 1901

@article{Williams2015RacePA,
  title={Race, Power, and the Dilemma of Democracy: Hawai‘i’s First Territorial Legislature, 1901},
  author={Ronald C. Williams},
  journal={Hawaiian Journal of History},
  year={2015},
  volume={49},
  pages={1 - 45}
}
  • Ronald C. Williams
  • Published 1 October 2015
  • Environmental Science
  • Hawaiian Journal of History
An analysis of the first Territorial Legislature in Hawai'i [1901] with the inclsuion of Hawaiian-language primary resources 

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