Hawaii: the Pacific State is a textbook with a comprehensive overview of Hawaiian History. Key events are presented from both Hawaiian and Western Historical perspectives. The text covers such topics as migrations, pre-contact Hawaiian history, the Hawaiian monarchy, civic life under the territory, statehood, the Hawaiian renaissance, and issues of the twenty-first century. This edition includes legends and chants, highlighted content-area vocabulary, new photographs, and artwork from classic and contemporary Hawaiian artists in a colorful, redesigned format.
Comprehensive Revision Includes
- Pre-Contact Hawaiian History and Culture: migrations, people, events, legends, economies
- Historical Changes and Perspectives: events and perspective contributing to Hawaii cultural evolution pre-contact -2012
- Key Ideas/Notes and Vocabulary: historical impacts, events, values, cultural perspectives
- Roles and Values of Citizenship: systems of governance, civic life, Hawaiian values and class systems