The definitive biography of a beloved and influential figure in Hawaiian history. Kanahele presents Pauahi amid the social and cultural upheaval of nineteenth-century Hawai‘i. This book is a must for those who seek to understand Pauahi’s vast social, economic, and political impact on Hawai‘i then and now.
About the Author A distinguished scholar, author, historian, businessman, and visionary, Dr. George Hu‘eu Sanford Kanahele (1930–2000) was internationally recognized for his work in entrepreneurial training and development. A recipient of several prestigious awards, including the Ellis Island Award, Distinguished Historian, and Outstanding Hawaiian of the Year, he was also the author of Kū Kanaka—Stand Tall: A Search for Hawaiian Values; Waikīkī—100 B.C. to 1900 A.D.: An Untold Story; Emma: Hawai‘i’s Remarkable Queen; and editor of Hawaiian Music and Musicians.