Beyond hawaiitells the stories of these forgotten indigenous workers and how their labor shaped the pacific world the global economy and the environment whether harvesting sandalwood or bird guano hunting whales or mining gold these migrant workers were essential to the expansion of transnational capitalism and global ecological change. Get this from a library beyond hawaii native labor in the pacific world gregory rosenthal in the century from the death of captain james cook in 1779 to the rise of the sugar plantations in the 1870s thousands of kanaka maoli native hawaiian men left hawaii to work on ships at sea . Bridging american chinese and pacific historiographies beyond hawaii is the first book to argue that indigenous labor more than the movement of ships and spread of diseases unified the pacific world. In the century from the death of captain james cook in 1779 to the rise of the sugar plantations in the 1870s thousands of kanaka maoli native hawaiian men left hawaii to work on ships at sea and in na aina e foreign lands on the arctic ocean and throughout the pacific ocean . Our website is made possible by displaying online advertisements to our visitors please consider supporting us by disabling your ad blocker download links will be
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