By: Angela Kay Kepler
240 pages, Col photos, b/w illus
Revised and enlarged edition. In a series of essays, the author weaves cultural and biological, historical and geographic, aesthetic and spiritual aspects of Hawaiian ecology into non-technical accounts of thirty-two plants important to the early Hawaiians.
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