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Pacific ApostleThe 1920-21 Diary of David O. McKay in the Latter-day Saint Island Missions$
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David O. McKay

Print publication date: 2019

Print ISBN-13: 9780252042850

Published to Illinois Scholarship Online: September 2020

DOI: 10.5622/illinois/9780252042850.001.0001

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The Hawaiian Mission

The Hawaiian Mission

Chapter:
(p.74) Chapter Five The Hawaiian Mission
Source:
Pacific Apostle
Author(s):

David O. McKay

, Reid L. Neilson, Carson V. Teuscher
Publisher:
University of Illinois Press
DOI:10.5622/illinois/9780252042850.003.0005

McKay’s steamship docked at Honolulu, Hawaii, on February 4, 1921. The tropical beauty of the islands impressed McKay as he ventured throughout the islands. Mormon missionaries had enjoyed proselyting success in the Hawaiian Islands since their arrival in the 1850s. McKay spoke at well-attended conferences across the islands, visited church-owned plantations and schools, and were immersed in the local culture. McKay noted the multicultural composition of the local church membership, enjoyed homemade luaus prepared by local Latter-day Saints, offered guidance to young missionaries, and marveled at geographic landmarks, including volcanoes, coral reefs, and waterfalls. On February 26, 1921, McKay and Cannon boarded a steamer bound for San Francisco, California, where they planned to transfer steamers and travel to French Polynesia.

Keywords:   Mormonism, Pacific Islands, ocean travel, International Date Line, French Polynesia, Honolulu, Hawaii, Latter-day Saints, LDS, Mormon

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