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Nancy Morris

Nancy Morris is a Hawaii historian who has worked for the University of Hawaii and worked as curator of the Jean Charlot Collection. Morris has written several books about the Aloha State and serves on the board of directors of the Hawaiian Historical Society.

Articles by this Author

Long before it became a state, Hawaii enchanted Americans with a vision of tropical ease, languid music, and a steady throb of sensuality. That life disappeared on December 7, 1941, but vivid traces of it remain.