List Of References*
A. BOOKS AND STUDIES
Adams, Romanzo. Interracial Marriage in Hawaii: A Study of the Mutually Conditioned Processes of Acculturation and Amalgamation. New York: AMS Press, 1969 (reprinted from the edition of 1937).
___. The Peoples of Hawaii. Honolulu: American Council, Institute of Pacific Relations, 1933.
Adler, Jacob. The Journal of Prince Agard, Alexander Liholiho. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 1965.
Adler, Jacob and Barrett, G. The Diaries of Walter Murray Gibson. Honolulu: University Press of Hawaii, 1973.
Agard, Louis. The Sandalwood Trees: Politics and Hope. Honolulu.
Alexander, A. C. Koloa Plantation, 1835-1935: A History of the Oldest Sugar Plantation. Honolulu: Honolulu Star-Bulletin, 1937.
Alexander, Mary C. William Patterson Alexander. Honolulu: Priv. print (under direction of Yale University Press), 1934.
Alexander, Mary C. and Dodge, Charlotte P. Punahou, 1841-1941. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1941.
Alexander, W. D. Hawaiian Grammar. Tokyo: Charles E. Tuttle Company, Inc., 1973.
*/ References used by authors whose papers are included in this Final Report are marked in this "List of References" as follows:
 denotes references used by Richard Kekuni Blaisdell, in the "Historical and Cultural Background" section of his paper entitled, "Health Section of Native Hawaiians Study Commission Report." The section of his paper appears in this Final Report as Section B. of the chapter on "Health and Social Services."
 denotes the references used by Larry L. Kimura in his paper entitled "Language Section of Native Hawaiians Stady Commission Report." His paper appears in the Final Report as Section B. of the "Native Hawaiian Culture" chapter.
 denotes the references used by Rubellite K. Johnson in her paper entitled "Religion Section of Native Hawaiians Study Commission Report." Her paper appears in this Final Report as the chapter entitled "Native Hawaiian Religion."
 denotes the references used by William Dudley and Lt. Donna Nelson of the Naval Historical Center in Section B. of the chapter entitled "Diplomatic and Congressional History: From Monarchy to Statehood."