Native Hawaiians Study Commission Report

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The Native Hawaiians Study Commission was created by the Congress of the United States on December 22, 1980 (Title III of Public Law 96-565). The purpose of the Commission was to "conduct a study of the culture, needs and concerns of the Native Hawaiians." The Commission published and released to the public a Draft Report of Findings on September 23, 1982. Following a 120-day period of public comment, a final report was written and submitted on June 23, 1983 to the U.S. Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources and to the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs.

TO THE READER: HOW TO USE THE NHSC WEBPAGES EFFECTIVELY

(Reading, Downloading, Searching, Citing)

Individual Sections

NHSC Volume I Full Page List

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Instructions for NHSC Editors

NHSC and the Akaka Bill

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