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The narrative of this book is about the Mills family, Hank, Betty, and their four daughters, Eleanor, Liz, Emily, and Eppy, on the island of Maui in Hawaii in the early 1950s, a time right after World War II when Maui was still sparsely populated and isolated. The action takes place during a single day.
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Title: REPRODUCTIVE ECOLOGY OF THE MAUI PARROTBILL.
Author: John C. Simon
Publication: Wilson Bulletin (Refereed)
Date: December 1, 2000
Publisher: Wilson Ornithological Society
Volume: 112 Issue: 4 Page: 482
Distributed by Thomson Gale
The newest addition to Mutual Publishing’s Pocket Guide line, A Pocket Guide to Maui’s Hâna Highway is an updated and revised version of the original. Its size makes it perfect for taking along on the fifty-two mile, 617 bends and over 56 bridges journey beginning in Kahului and ending in the Hâna area. Over 240 photographs help the reader explore tropical gardens, freshwater caves, historic churches, gold, red and black sand beaches along the road to Hâna.