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50/ Bushnell, A History of Infectious Diseases in Hawaii.

51/ Ibid.

52/ Ibid.

53/ Ibid.

54/ See Halford.

55/ A. V. Skinsnes, Evolution of Hawaii's Leprosy Control Program, 1865- 1981, Master of Science Thesis, University of Hawaii (April, 1981); and, o. K. Skinsnes, "Notes on Leprosy in Hawaii" (unpublished, 1983). [O. K. Skinsnes is a Professor in the Dept. of Pathology, University of Hawaii Medical School.]

56/ A. A. S. M. Mouritz, "The Path of the Destroyer," Honolulu Star-Bulletin (1916).

57/ Skinsnes, "Notes on Leprosy in Hawaii."

58/ Bushnell, A History of Infectious Diseases in Hawaii.

59/ Ibid.

60/ Ibid.

61/ Ibid.

62/ Ibid.

63/ Schmitt, Demographic Statistics of Hawaii.

64/ See Bushnell, A History of Infectious Diseases in Hawaii; and, R. K. Blaisdell, "Hawaiian Medical Practices" (Lecture and Manuscript, Kamehameha Schools, 1979).

65/ See Blaisdell, "Hawaiian Medical Practices;" and, E. C. Nordyke, The Peopling of Hawaii (Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 1977).

66/ N. Morton, C. S. Chung, and M. P. Mi, Genetics of Interracial Crosse; in Hawaii (New York: Karger, 1967).

67/ O. K. Skinsnes, "Infectious Granulomas: Exposit from the Leprosy Model," Annual Review of Medicine, Vol. 33 (1982):47.

68/ See Blaisdell, "Hawaiian Health Needs;" and, R. K. Blaisdell, "He Mau Ninau Ola," Ka Wai Ola O OHA (February, 1983).

69/ R. K. Blaisdell, "History of Medicine in Hawaii" (unpublished, 1983).

70/ Blaisdell, "Hawaiian Medical Practices."

71/ See Halford.

72/ See Bushnell, A History of Infectious Diseases in Hawaii; and Lawrence Fuchs, Hawaii Pono: A Social History (New York: Harcourt, Brace & World, 1961).

73/ See Bushnell, A History of Infectious Diseases in Hawaii; Blaisdell, "Hawaiian Medical Practices;" and, Fuchs.

74/ Blaisdell, "Hawaiian Medical Practices."

75/ See chapter on "Native Hawaiian Religion," below, by Rubellite K. Johnson.

76/ See Halford.

77/ See chapter on "Native Hawaiian Religion," below, by Rubellite K. Johnson.

78/ Blaisdell, "Hawaiian Medical Practices."

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