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Portraits of American Protestant missionaries to Hawaii;

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of CaliforniaUniversity Berkeley7*"^ . ^ii>(~*[PORTRAITS OFProtestant Missionaries to HawaiiAmericanHawaiian Children'sPublished the Mission SocietybyPRINTED BY THE HAWAIIAN GAZETTE CO.ENGRAVED ANDHONOLULU1901AlexanderCopyright, 1901, by Lyle Dickey.GIFT.ABBREVIATIONS.In the records of the missionaries thepersonal followingabbreviations have been used :b. born,m. married,d. died,rel. released,ret. returned.arr. arrived,ord. ordained,stat. stationed,vis. visited.In be as thethese, "at," "to," etc.,reading may suppliedsense requires.Coll. College.Sem. Seminary.A dash before a date be read "until" or( ) year may"till.".387. =.():):IGAZETTEER.stations chosen and occu-While the "Sandwich Islands" were weremissionary eighteen missionary successivelyground,of which were not the residences of missionaries.There were other stations somepied. great importancemany preachingthe north-west end of the and some characteristics of eachThe enumeration of stations at group, gives place.following beginsKAUAI S. at mouth of Waimea and sheltered from the trade wind.W. theWaimea, river; warm, dry,capital city,S. E. waterbrooks trade but fertile.Koloa, ; wind; soil, rockyN. on Waioli river and Hanalei abundant verdant.rains;Waioli, bay; perenniallyOAHU S. and commercial trade at shore.Honolulu, capital city center; wind; dryPunahou site of school for missionaries' 2 miles E. of Honolulu.boarding children,C. 12 miles from a district but rich in ...
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of CaliforniaUniversity Berkeley 7 *" ^ . ^ii >(~* [ PORTRAITS OF Protestant Missionaries to HawaiiAmerican Hawaiian Children'sPublished the Mission Societyby PRINTED BY THE HAWAIIAN GAZETTE CO.ENGRAVED AND HONOLULU 1901 AlexanderCopyright, 1901, by Lyle Dickey. GIFT . ABBREVIATIONS. In the records of the missionaries thepersonal following abbreviations have been used : b. born, m. married, d. died, rel. released, ret. returned. arr. arrived, ord. ordained, stat. stationed, vis. visited. In be as thethese, "at," "to," etc.,reading may supplied sense requires. Coll. College. Sem. Seminary. A dash before a date be read "until" or ( ) year may "till." . 387 . =.():):I GAZETTEER. stations chosen and occu-While the "Sandwich Islands" were weremissionary eighteen missionary successivelyground, of which were not the residences of missionaries.There were other stations somepied. great importancemany preaching the north-west end of the and some characteristics of eachThe enumeration of stations at group, gives place.following begins KAUAI S. at mouth of Waimea and sheltered from the trade wind.W. theWaimea, river; warm, dry,capital city, S. E. waterbrooks trade but fertile.Koloa, ; wind; soil, rocky N. on Waioli river and Hanalei abundant verdant.rains;Waioli, bay; perennially OAHU S. and commercial trade at shore.Honolulu, capital city center; wind; dry Punahou site of school for missionaries' 2 miles E. of Honolulu.boarding children, C. 12 miles from a district but rich in food.Ewa, Honolulu; dry N. W. at mouth of river the of a and district.Waialua, ; port large grazing farming N. E. well watered and 10 miles from but the barrier of the "Pali."Kaneohe, rich; only Honolulu, separated by MOLOKAI S. E. trade winds no water.Kaluaaha, ;strong running MAUI W. 88 miles from Honolulu sheltered and warm water a district.Lahaina, ; ; brooks,capital city, though dry Lahainahma site of School and 2 miles E. of Lahaina. ;Boys' High Seminary C. trade abundant a rich food district.Wailuku, wind; water; Makawao, C. miles from the sea elevated and cool a rich and district. ; ;7 farming grazing Hana, E. an isolated district : trade winds ;strong rainy. HAWAII W. : richKailua, sheltered, warm, ; ;capital city rocky, dry having good fishing privileges upland. W. the of 12Kaawaloa, scene Cook's miles S. of and the same characteristics.death; Kailua,Capt. having on the S.or side of Kealakekua a residence and church site.Napoopoo, was, later,opposite bay, missionary C. 12 miles from the sea and 2600 ft. above a and climate.Waimea, it; having breezy bracing N. miles from X. W. of theKohala, island trade wind and abundant water.7 point ; E. the center of a well watered and fertileHilo, district of extent.great S. the stream ofWaiohinu, the S. W. half of the island.possesses only living IV.
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