The Hawaiian Archipelago - Six Months Among The Palm Groves, Coral Reefs, And Volcanoes Of The Sandwich Islands By Isabella L. Bird
















































































































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establishment at an early date of Punahou College, at which for a
small sum both boys and girls receive - Page 310
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The Establishment At An Early Date Of Punahou College, At Which For A Small Sum Both Boys And Girls Receive A First-Class English Education, Also Contributed To Retain Them On The Islands, And Numbers Of The Young Men Entered Into Sugar-Growing, Cattle-Raising, Storekeeping, And Other Businesses Here.

At Honolulu and Hilo a large proportion of the residents of the upper class are missionaries' children; most of

The respectable foreigners on Kauai are either belonging to, or intimately connected with, the Mission families; and they are profusely scattered through Maui and Hawaii in various capacities, and are bound to each other by ties of extreme intimacy and friendliness, as well as by marriage and affinity. This "clan" has given society what it much wants - a sound moral core, and in spite of all disadvantageous influences, has successfully upheld a public opinion in favour of religion and virtue. The members of it possess the moral backbone of New England, and its solid good qualities, a thorough knowledge of the language and habits of the natives, a hereditary interest in them, a solid education, and in many cases much general culture.

In former letters I have mentioned Mr. Coan and Mr. Lyons as missionaries. I must correct this, as there have been no actual missionaries on the islands for twenty years. When the Board withdrew its support, many of the missionaries returned to America; some, especially the secular members, went into other positions on the group, while the two first-mentioned and two or three besides, remained as pastors of native congregations.

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