Although the gun battles waged over indigenous land may have ceased by the late nineteenth century, a more insidious battle continued – a battle for a prize every bit as precious and crucial to indigenous survival, a battle for the children.
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His Lover and Friend Too, in Which a Hawaiian Chief Takes an English Captain as a Lover, Explores the Pacific, Cultivates His Power, Is Killed in Battle, and Changes the Way We Think about the “Age of Exploration”