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|Title||The Friend, Volume 52, Number 8|
|Library||Hawaiian Historical Society|
|Publisher||American Mission Press|
|Place of Publication||Hawaii|
|Author / Creator||Damon, Samuel C|
|Description||Includes the second and final part of Vasilii Mikhailovich Golovnin's account of Hawaii, entitled Golovin's Visit to Hawaii in 1818, translated by Joseph Barth from the Russian-language book Tour Around the World (published St Petersburg, 1822).|
|Theme(s)||Race Relations; Exploration and Discovery|
|Keywords||history, royalty, narrative, king, indigenous people, culture, customs, politics, trade, business, medicine, court, lifestyle, food, ship, voyage, crew, expedition|
|People||Captain Cook; Kamehameha I|
The Friend was set up in 1843 by Samuel C Damon, and was a monthly journal that included international news stories, announcements of upcoming events, book reviews, reprints of sermons, and information regarding shipping and whaling.
Please note that some of the metadata for this document has been drawn from the Hawaiian Historical Association's library catalogue.
|Copyright||Hawaiian Historical Society|