A Definitive History of Surfing's Culture and Heroes
By Malcolm Gault-Williams
This Chapter Updated: 29 February 2008
Introduction to the Chapter on Surfing the 1910s
Aloha and welcome to this introduction to the LEGENDARY SURFERS chapter on the surfing decade of the 1910's.
The period 1910-1919 was the first full decade following surfing's revival at Waikiki in the first years of the Twentieth Century. In many ways, we know less about the 1910's than we do the first decade of surfing's resurgence because, once the revival was underway, the growth of surfing became less dramatic, but more far-reaching. This chapter covers the events and the surfers of that decade in the kind of depth that cannot be found anywhere else other than through the LEGENDARY SURFERS collection.
Chapter 1 of Volume 2, "The 1910's" is 14,784 words long and comprises 42 pages in length, including several pages of footnotes. It is formatted in Adobe Acrobat's free Portable Document Format (PDF) for easy viewing and printing from your computer. Additionally, the electronic file can be freely shared with friends and family at the same time. Once ordered, the file will be sent to your emai address within 24 hours.
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