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Aloha Betrayed: Native Hawaiian Resistance to American Colonialism (review)

Aloha Betrayed: Native Hawaiian Resistance to American Colonialism (review) 154 the contemporary pacific • 18:1 (2006) Aloha Betrayed: Native Hawaiian Resistance to American Colonialism, by Noenoe K Silva. A John Hope Franklin Center book. American Encounters / Global Interactions. Durham, nc: Duke University Press, 2004. isbn cloth, 0-8223-3350-3; paper, 0-8223-3349-x;x + 260 pages, tables, photographs, appendixes, notes, written in English and Hawaiian (with English translations), glossary, bibliography, index. Cloth, us$74.95; paper, us$21.95. 1897 petition, signed by 95 percent In Aloha Betrayed, Noenoe K Silva of the Native Hawaiian population. has developed a fresh new approach Chapter 5 examines the role of to the critique of colonial historiogra- women, particularly Queen Lili‘uoka- phy. Drawing on nineteenth-century lani and Emma ‘A‘ima Näwahï, in the Hawaiian-language texts and news- resistance movements. There are two papers as the basis of her analysis appendixes: One is a text outlining provides a timely remedy for a com- the objectives of Nupepa Kuoka mon problem dominating Pacific (Independent Newspaper), which was historiography— the absence of published by haole (white people or indigenous voices. foreigners) in opposition to Ka Hoku The book is divided into five chap- o Ka Pakipika (The Star of the ters tracing Kanaka Maoli (Native Pacific). The second contains a list of http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Contemporary Pacific University of Hawai'I Press

Aloha Betrayed: Native Hawaiian Resistance to American Colonialism (review)

The Contemporary Pacific , Volume 18 (1) – Dec 6, 2005

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154 the contemporary pacific • 18:1 (2006) Aloha Betrayed: Native Hawaiian Resistance to American Colonialism, by Noenoe K Silva. A John Hope Franklin Center book. American Encounters / Global Interactions. Durham, nc: Duke University Press, 2004. isbn cloth, 0-8223-3350-3; paper, 0-8223-3349-x;x + 260 pages, tables, photographs, appendixes, notes, written in English and Hawaiian (with English translations), glossary, bibliography, index. Cloth, us$74.95; paper, us$21.95. 1897 petition, signed by 95 percent In Aloha Betrayed, Noenoe K Silva of the Native Hawaiian population. has developed a fresh new approach Chapter 5 examines the role of to the critique of colonial historiogra- women, particularly Queen Lili‘uoka- phy. Drawing on nineteenth-century lani and Emma ‘A‘ima Näwahï, in the Hawaiian-language texts and news- resistance movements. There are two papers as the basis of her analysis appendixes: One is a text outlining provides a timely remedy for a com- the objectives of Nupepa Kuoka mon problem dominating Pacific (Independent Newspaper), which was historiography— the absence of published by haole (white people or indigenous voices. foreigners) in opposition to Ka Hoku The book is divided into five chap- o Ka Pakipika (The Star of the ters tracing Kanaka Maoli (Native Pacific). The second contains a list of

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