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On Her Own TermsAnnie Montague Alexander and the Rise of Science in the American West$
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Barbara Stein

Print publication date: 2001

Print ISBN-13: 9780520227262

Published to California Scholarship Online: March 2012

DOI: 10.1525/california/9780520227262.001.0001

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Hawaii–“My Only Real Home”

Hawaii–“My Only Real Home”

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(p.261) 25 Hawaii–“My Only Real Home”
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On Her Own Terms
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Barbara R. Stein

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University of California Press
DOI:10.1525/california/9780520227262.003.0025

This chapter studies the love Alexander had for Hawaii, and the effect the Second World War had on the activities of Alexander and Kellogg. It describes the women's usual annual cycle of activity, and states that they spent most of the war tending to their farm business. The next section tells of Alexander's visit to Martha and John Waterhouse, who lived in Honolulu. Aside from visiting her relatives, Alexander spent her time exploring the surrounding area. She also collected and acquired several specimens from Hawaii. The discussion then takes another shift, this time towards the cool attitude some of Alexander's family members—especially her brother, Wallace—showed toward Kellogg. The chapter ends with a section on Warren Herb Wagner, a young naval officer who was familiar with much of the flora in Hawaii. Alexander funded his study on the status of Hawaiian ferns, while she and Kellogg focused on gathering representative floral samples from regions in California.

Keywords:   Hawaii, Second World War, cycle of activity, farm business, Hawaiian specimens, Warren Herb Wagner, flora, Hawaiian ferns, representative floral samples

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