This classic phrasebook is an important historical curiosity as well as a practical guide to the Hawaiian language. This Hawaiian Phrase Book was originally published in 1906 and has long been out of print. Recent interest in the unique background of the 50th State has spurred the revival of this useful and compact volume Originally, the primary object of the manual was to "teach natives to converse in English" but the phrasebook soon became a valuable resource for tourists and scholars alike. The book is handily categorized according to subject: Of a School, Going on a Journey, A Conversation with a Native Woman, etc. In addition, there are numerous samples of correspondence in the back of the manual.
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