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Twenty-five letters from Mark Twain from the Sandwich Islands (Hawaii)

April 16, 1866 - CLIMATIC
April 17, 1866 - THE AJAX VOYAGE CONTINUED
April 18, 1866 - STILL AT SEA
April 19, 1866 - OUR ARRIVAL ELABORATED A LITTLE MORE
April 20, 1866 - BOARD AND LODGING SECURED
April 21, 1866 - COMING HOME FROM PRISON
April 24, 1866 - THE EQUESTRIAN EXCURSION CONCLUDED
May 21, 1866 - OFF
May 22, 1866 - SAD ACCIDENT
May 23, 1866 - WHALING TRADE
May 24, 1866 - PARADISE AND PARI (JOKE)
June 20, 1866 - HAWAIIAN LEGISLATURE
June 21, 1866 - LEGISLATURE CONTINUED - THE SALONS AT WORK
July 16, 1866 - "HOME AGAIN"
July 19, 1866 - BURNING OF THE CLIPPER SHIP HORNET AT SEA
July 30, 1866 - A MONTH OF MOURNING
August 1, 1866 - FUNERAL OF THE PRINCESS
August 18, 1866 - AT SEA AGAIN
August 24, 1866 - STILL IN KONA - CONCERNING MATTERS AND THINGS
August 30, 1866 - GREAT BRITAIN'S QUEER MONUMENT TO CAPTAIN COOK
September 6, 1866 - A FUNNY SCRAP OF HISTORY
September 22, 1866 - THE ROMANTIC GOD LONO
September 26, 1866 - THE HIGH CHIEF OF SUGARDOM
October 25, 1866 - A NOTABLE DISCOVERY
November 16, 1866 - THE GREAT VOLCANO OF KILAUEA

 

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