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Interracial Marriage in Hawaii:

Nature volume 140, page 665 (16 October 1937) | Download Citation

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STUDENTS of the inter-relationships between groups of people of different racial and cultural origins have long been interested in Hawaii, “the melting-pot of the Pacific”, where Americans, Japanese, Chinese, Filipinos, Portuguese, native Hawaiians and others have worked out a modus vivendi with, apparently, the minimum of friction. Dr. Adams has given us an elaborate and well-documented analysis of this situation.

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