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Elizabeth Jessemine Kauikeolani Low Lucas

(1895—1986)


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(1895–1986) Elizabeth (also known as Clorinda) Low Lucas was an advocate for children and the first Hawaiian woman to receive a professional education in social work. Lucas was the daughter of Elizabeth Napoleon, a descendant of Hawaiian and Tahitian royalty, and Ebenezer Parker Law, great grandson of John Palmer Parker, owner of the Parker Ranch and a direct descendant of King Kamehameha I. She married Charles W. Lucas. They had a daughter, Laura.

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From Encyclopedia of Social Work in Oxford Reference.

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