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http://reftag.appspot.com/ http://archives1.dags.hawaii.gov/mahelebook.pdf

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Early Hawaiian photographers included in the book are

  • Hugo Stangewald
  • Joseph W. King
  • Henry L. Chase
  • Menzies Dickson
  • Andreas A. Montano
  • Joaquin A. Gonsalves
  • Charles Furneaux
  • Edward N. Hitchcock
  • Frank Davey
  • L. C. Child
  • Caroline H. Gurrey (the one female representative)
  • Thomas A. Jaggar
  • On Char
  • Theodore Kelsey
  • Tai Sing Loo
  • Ray Jerome Baker.
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|Source=Seddon, Richard John () The Right Hon. R. J. Seddon's (the Premier of New Zealand) Visit to Tonga, Fiji, Savage Island and the Cook Islands, Wellington, NZ: John Mackay, Government Printer, p. xxxxxxx

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{{subst:NewDYKnomination | article = Joseph Gregorio II | article2 = Maria Eutokia Toaputeitou | article3 = Honoré Laval | status = new | hook = ... that '''[[Joseph Gregorio II]]''' succeeded as [[List of monarchs of Mangareva|King]] of the island of [[Mangareva]] with his mother Queen '''[[Maria Eutokia Toaputeitou]]''' as regent but the true power behind the throne was French Jesuit priest Father '''[[Honoré Laval]]''' ''(pictured)''? | ALT1 = ... that '''[[Joseph Gregorio II]]''' succeeded as [[List of monarchs of Mangareva|King]] of [[Mangareva]] with Queen '''[[Maria Eutokia Toaputeitou]]''' as regent but the true power behind the throne was French Jesuit priest Father '''[[Honoré Laval]]''' ''(pictured)''? | author = KAVEBEAR | author2 = | image = Ch. Laval (1808-1880).jpg | caption = Father Honoré Laval, the head of the Roman Catholic mission in Mangareva and the Gambier Islands | comment = Please use this image when prepping the hook, even if it means a delay. Thank you. The French source of the hook can be found at Laval, Newbury & O'Reilly 1968, pp. 610–611; Eskridge 1931, p. 182 and Garrett 1982, p. 95. | reviewed = Portrait of Mlle Rachel }}