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Today in Heritage History, March 1, 1879, the Library of Hawaii is founded. Started with only five books, they were read and circulated by all the island natives and were responsible for developing Hawaii into the mecca of tourist destinations it became: Dancing with Firesticks for Beginners, Meeting Tourist Expectations; The Basics of Acting Flintstonesque, How to Attract Rich Jewish Tourists for Dummies, Oooguh-Booguh, Book ’em Dan-o and 100 Other”Hawaiian” Phrases Tourists Think We Say, A Collection of Essays from Island Virgins; Why Sacrificing Us at Mauna Loa Adversely Impacts Tourism