Honolulu Magazine reports how "between 1897 and 1944, the Territory of Hawai'i executed 46 men by hanging. Here is how the killing stopped... On June 6, 1957, The Honolulu Advertisers reported that Gov. Samuel Wilder King had signed into law a bill abolishing the death penalty in Hawai'i...The article is a keyhole. Through it appear glimpses of intense and dramatic change in Hawai'i's culture..."
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