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Letters from Hawaii is a collection of 25 letters that Mark Twain wrote from Hawaii in 1866 as a special correspondent for the Sacramento Union newspaper. The 25 letters, written during Twain's four-month visit, were not published as a book until 1947.
- Edited by Walter Francis Frear, Mark Twain and Hawaii, Appendix C1-C25 (Lakeside Press, 1947)
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