Stephanie C. Fox, J.D. is a historian, writer, and editor. She is a graduate of William Smith College and the University of Connecticut School of Law, and she lives in Connecticut. Ms. Fox has written several books on a variety of topics, including the effects of human overpopulation on the environment, Asperger's condition, and travel to Kuwait and Hawai`i. She runs an editing service called QueenBeeEdit, which caters to politicians, scientists, and others. Her areas of interest include - but are not limited to - women's history, biographies, women's studies, science fiction, environmental studies and environmental law, international relations, Asperger's, travel, and cats. She is currently at work co-authoring the political memoir of an Iranian woman Reformist politician.
Hawai'i - Stolen Paradise: A Brief Historyby Stephanie C. Fox
This history was originally written as the prelude to a travelogue about a trip I took in October of 2012 to Oʻahu and the Big Island. It includes details about the Hawaiian language, culture, agriculture, aquaculture, music, dance, cuisine, and the
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This book contains the history that is part of Hawaiʻi – Stolen Paradise: A Travelogue.
This history was originally written as the prelude to a travelogue about a trip I took in October of 2012 to Oʻahu and the Big Island. It includes details about the Hawaiian language, culture, agriculture, aquaculture, music, dance, cuisine, and the Hawaiian people, with a bibliography of source material and a glossary at the end.
For either people with a casual interest in Hawaiʻi or formal students of history and culture, and either armchair or serious travelers, this book can serve as a fun starting point for more in-depth study of this fascinating, beautiful paradise.
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Hawai'i - Stolen Paradise: A Brief History is a fun way to learn. It makes a great starting point for someone who wants to quickly learn the history of Hawai'i, and it includes a bibliography for those who want to do further reading. The tone is light and relaxing, and takes a definite point of view that favors Hawaiians. It is easy to get a sense of the vast history of this place and culture from this book.