The Early Mapping of Hawaii Product Description:
This volume traces the story of the mapping of Hawai’i during the pivotal years in which the ingredients society was radically transformed by the peoples and ideas imported from the West. Foreigners introduced the concept of mapmaking to Hawai’i, and they made maps of the islands to satisfy the needs of maritime commerce, missionary endeavors, and scientific investigations.
|14.3” x 10.3”
|Gary L. Fitzpatrick