Sanford Ballard Dole and His Hawaii: With an Analysis of Justice Dole's Legal Opinions

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ILLUSTRATIONS
FACING
PAGE
Sanford Ballard DoleFrontispieceiii
Ewa Church above the home of the Reverend and Mrs.
Artemas Bishop
18
Daniel and Charlotte Dole19
Sanford and George Dole about 185419
Wedding of Kamehameha IV and Emma Rooke31
"Old Sixty-Seven" at Williams College50
Sanford Dole on his return from college in 186750
Sanford Dole about 187551
Bernice Pauahi and Charles R. Bishop about the time of their
marriage
82
Old Royal Palace83
Kawaiahao Church in the late 1880's83
Sanford B. Dole and Anna C. Dole about 1886114
Entrance to the Emma Street home and interior view115
Queen Liliuokalani wearing the Order of Kalakaua146
King Kalakaua in full-dress uniform146
Princess Kaiulani for whom Sanford wished a regency
established
147
Original letter from President Dole and his Advisory
Council requesting the raising of the Stars and Stripes
over Hawaii
178, 179
Executive Council of the Provisional Government210
Cabinet and Executive Council of the Republic of Hawaii210
The Constitutional Convention of 1894211
A mainland version of President Cleveland's dilemma274
Flag raising over Iolani Palace, 1898275
Mr. and Mrs. George H. Dole and family at Riverside in 1906306

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