Mark Twain's Letters From HawaiiBook - 1975
Twenty-five letters written from Hawaii by Mark Twain in 1866, while he was working as a roving reporter for the Sacramento Union newspaper, in which he shares his observations on the industry, people, scenery, climate, culture, society, and other aspects of life in the islands.
Publisher: Honolulu, Hawaii : University of Hawaii Press, 1975
Edition: University of Hawaii Press ed
Branch Call Number: 919.69 T969m 1975
Characteristics: xvii, 298 p. ; 21 cm
Alternative Title: Letters from Hawaii