Roughing It - Chapter 67

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Roughing It - Chapter 67
The Legislature of the Island—What Its President Has Seen—Praying for an Enemy—Women's Rights—Romantic Fashions—Worship of the Shark—Desire for Dress—Full Dress—Not Paris Style—Playing Empire—Officials and Foreign Ambassadors—Overwhelming Magnificence
 

This chapter explores the local politics of the Hawaiians. We also learn that one can pray their enemy to death. Native Hawaiians adapt New England clothing to their own needs. Mark provides a listing of the political heirarchy.

 

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