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The DAILY HAWAIIAN HERALD was a short lived daily newspaper - having a life span of only four months from September through December 1866. Nine items relating to or written by Mark Twain appeared in the HERALD during that time frame. The paper's editor consistently misspelled Sam Clemens' last name by adding the extra "t" at the end.

September 4, 1866 - SAM CLEMENTS.
September 5, 1866 - "MARK TWAIN" ON PHOTOGRAPHS
September 14, 1866 - MARK TWAIN ON CAPTAIN COOK
October 6, 1866 - MARK TWAIN ON ETIQUETTE.
October 17, 1866 - An Epistle from Mark Twain. THE QUEEN'S ARRIVAL
October 23, 1866 - MARK TWAIN'S LECTURE.
November 16, 1866 - CHARACTERISTIC - SLEIGHT OF HAND.
December 13, 1866 - LETTER FROM MARK TWAIN. - HOW, FOR INSTANCE? - GENERAL ACCIDENTS
December 17, 1866 - OPEN LETTER TO MARK TWAIN from S. Purmoil

 

 

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