Hawaii and its Race Problem by William Atherton Du Puy

Cover from report submitted by William A. Du Puy, executive assistant, to Secretary of Interior Ray Lyman Wilbur about the situation in Hawaii. The United States Department of the Interior was responsible for the civilian government in Hawaii and Wilbur was concerned enough about the situation in Hawaii that he sent Du Puy to "observe the facts and report his findings." Du Puy reported his findings in this book which glossed over the race issues and the Ala Moana and Massie controversies. Full text of the book is available above.