File:William Owen Smith, Hawaiian Star, 1910.jpg
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English: William Owen Smith (1848–1929) was a lawyer from a family of American missionaries who participated in the overthrow of the Kingdom of Hawaii. He served as attorney general for the entire duration of the provisional Government of Hawaii and the Republic of Hawaii. He was son of James William Smith.
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