Ali'i Selective Appropriation of Modernity: Examining Colonial Assumptions in Hawai'i prior to 1893

Discusses the origin and overthrow of the Kingdom of Hawaii, and examines how the Ali'i (native Hawaiian chiefs) used their knowledge of law to advance their own existing Indigenous structure.
Kamanamaikalani B. Beamer
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AlterNative, vol. 5, no. 2, Ke Ala Hou: Breaking Trail in Hawaiian Research and Development, 2009, pp. 138-155
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Articles -- Scholarly, peer reviewed
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