The Queen Writes Back: Lili'uokalani's Hawaii's Story by Hawaii's Queen

@article{Kualapai2005TheQW,
  title={The Queen Writes Back: Lili'uokalani's Hawaii's Story by Hawaii's Queen},
  author={Lydia K Kualapai},
  journal={Studies in American Indian Literatures},
  year={2005},
  volume={17},
  pages={32 - 62}
}
  • Lydia K Kualapai
  • Published 29 July 2005
  • History
  • Studies in American Indian Literatures

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