Koamalu: A Story of Pioneers on Kauai and of What They Built in That Island Garden. Honolulu: Privately Printed [at the Honolulu Star-Bulletin Press], 1931
2 volumes, 8vo (9 x 6 in.; 228 x 152 mm.). 2 frontispieces, plates and text illustrations; some very light edge browning. Original tan quarter cloth, titles printed on spine; a few small spots, corners bumped and torn.
Monumental history of kauai and the rice-isenberg family, from the arrival of the Rice family in 1841, their intermarriage with the Isenberg family, to the accomplishments of the family through the 1920s.
Ethel Moseley Damon (1883-1965) was a descendant of Samuel Chenery Damon. After serving with the American Red Cross in France during World War I, she returned to Hawai'i to write local history.
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