Good. No Jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Minor edge and corner wear; no dj; lightly scuffed and scratched; corners are lightly bumped and rubbed; some shelf wear; ex-library with the usual library markings; overall a nice used copy! Orange cloth with black lettering on the spine. 228 historical and informative pages! "On Sunday morning, December 7, 1941, when Japanese planes swooped on Pearl Harbor, residents of Hawaii of Japanese descent numbered about 160, 000. That was more than a third of the total population; more than the total in Hawaii of any other one ancestral stock; and more than the total of Japanese ancestry in all the continental United States."----from Chapter 1 (One Question Leads to Another).
Very good in very good dust jacket. DJ with brodart cover and small closed tears at spine top and top edge; else holding well; volume near fine; very lightly bumped at spine heel; small stain at bottom of front cover; else tight; square; 8vo. 228 p. Includes: index, bibliography. Olive cloth covers with black lettering on spine; price intact on DJ
Very Good. Cloth 8vo. Interesting account of effects of various groups coming to Hawaii, and how the indigenous population responded to haole influence, including aggression and cultural withdrawal. 228pp. Index, biblio. > Language: English | > Size: 8vo | > Media/Binding: Hardcover |
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