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Philippines: Hawaii


This section contains materials on Filipinos in Hawaii.  These sources are available in the Hawaiian and Pacific Collection at the University of Hawai'i.  Please note, that this guide lists the basic resources and does not contain all of the materials for research.  For additional resources and help, please contact the Hawaiian and Pacific Collection.  

Digital Photographs of Filipinos in Hawaii

Filipinos in Hawaii, 1926

"Photographs in Connection with the Investigation of Working Conditions of Filipino Laborers on Hawaiian Sugar Plantations, 1926," by Lt. Colonel Robert A. Duckworth-Ford, Aide-de-Camp to Governor-General of the Philippines Leonard Wood. This collection is from Alex Ford of California, grandson of Lt. Colonel Duckworth-Ford. Titles are taken from typed captions present on each photograph.

Internet Sources on the Filipino Experience in Hawai'i