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  • 13 Hawaii 16439121911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 13 — Hawaii HAWAII (Hawaiian or Sandwich Islands), a Territory of the United States of America
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  • controls the case. The Hawaiian Constitution limits the right to vote for nine trustees chosen in a statewide election. The trustees compose [ 499 ] the governing
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  • against the kingdom. See Hawaiian Islands. The legislation on the tariff was the most important domestic incident of this term. A new bill, bearing the name
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  • The American Cyclopædia Hawaiian Islands 1528684The American Cyclopædia — Hawaiian Islands HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, or Sandwich Islands, the most northerly
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  • Sandwich Islands. See Hawaiian Islands. Sangha, the Buddhist Church, and the third term of the Triratna or Buddhist trinity, the two other being Buddha
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  • from the fibres of a fern-tree of Hawaii. Punch, the name of the chief character in a well-known puppet show of Italian origin, and appropriated as the title
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  • 1853; the Book of Mormon was translated into Italian by Lorenzo Snow in 1852; a Hawaiian version was made in 1856 by George Q. Cannon; and the missions
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  • the killing of their leader in 1856 because of his polygamous practices. The ‘Young Josephites,’ however, founded in 1852 the Reorganized Church of Jesus
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  • than Yorkshire. Of the five inhabited islands Hawaii is the largest; it contains the famous volcano, Kilauea, whose crater is one of the world's wonders
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  • systems of the Southern Pacific and the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fé. From 1869 to 1875 registered mail exchanges were opened with China, Japan, Hawaii and
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  • harbour of Pago-Pago falling to the United States. The Hawaiian islands, which had been brought under the influence of civilization by American missionaries
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  • half-castes. The natives, a branch of the Polynesian race, are the most progressive and most intellectual in the Pacific Islands, except the Hawaiians. They
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  • 91): Article 2. The Kingdom of the Hawaiian Islands shall be incorporated into the American Union as a state, enjoying the same degree of sovereignty as
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  • case presents the question whether under the Constitution the President has the exclusive power of removing executive officers of the United States whom
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  • of the Sacred Heart of Issoudun are in the Gilbert Isles; the Fathers of Picpus are working in the Hawaiian islands, Tahiti, and the Marquesas. The fame
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  • condition of whom is registered at the consulate, 234,134; in China, 34,006; in Corea, 81,754; in the United States, 20,080; in Hawaii and the Philippines
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  • Scandinavian, French, and German societies participated. In 1852 probably the second Polish organization in the United States was founded, Towarzystwo Demokratyczne
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  • The following table exhibits the imports, exports, and balance of trade in fishery products of the principal nations: The exports from the Hawaiian islands
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  • Sumatra, and they are supplanting the natives in some of the small islands of the Pacific, such as Hawaii. The climate of all these countries suits them
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  • says of Hawaii, we halted to examine the Cueva de Hielo, whose cross has long succumbed to the wintry winds. The 'ice-house' in a region of fire occupies
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