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The Pilgrims Of Hawaii Paperback – July 30, 2016
About the Author
Orramel Hinckley Gulick and Ann Eliza (Clark) Gulick Orramel Hinckley Gulick (1830-1923) was the son of Peter J. Gulick and Fanny (Hinckley Thomas) Gulick of the third missionary company that arrived in the Hawaiian Islands in 1828. Ann Eliza Clark Gulick (1833-1938), his wife, was the daughter of Ephraim Weston Clark and Mary (Kittredge) Clark also of the third missionary company. Orramel and Ann were both born and raised in the Hawaiian Islands. Orramel was educated at Punahou on Oahu, being one of the foundation scholars. He became the 2nd mate of the Morning Star [Hawaiian missionary ship] in 1857, and the 1st mate in 1858. He later was ordained in 1862 and was stationed at Waiohinu, Hawaii from 1862-65 and as Principal of Waialua Girls' Boarding School on Oahu from 1865-69. As a missionary of the A. B. C. F. M. he was stationed in Kobe, Japan from 1870-1892 Later he worked in the Hawaiian Islands in the Japanese work (1893-). Ann was Home Schooled and also attended Punahou School on Oahu and Mt. Holyoke Seminary. She actively shared in all the missionary labors of her husband serving in the Hawaiian Islands, Japan and later for the Japanese in the Hawaiian Islands.
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