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King Kalakaua's address in English, 1874.

My People: On this the first anniversary of my birth-day occurring after my accession to the Throne, I have thought it fit and proper that it should be made a day of national thanksgiving to the Almighty God, for His many mercies and blessings to us as a people; and, as it occurs on the eve of my undertaking a long journey to a far country, that you may also on this day implore the Divine protection for me in my absence, and a blessing on my mission. 302 more words

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A Strategy for Research: Organizing Data

When it comes to writing a major piece, such as Emmett’s book, you collect a lot of information. That’s a good thing, but it can be overwhelming. 373 more words

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Kamakea [Kamakia] Magoon marries Harmon Anderson, 1912.

MISS KAMAKEA MAGOON BECOMES MRS. ANDERSON

MISS KAMAKEA MAGOON, NOW MRS. ANDERSON

Standing under the folds of the American and Hawaiian flags, Miss Kamakea Magoon and Harmon Anderson, known to the theatrical world a Richard Kipling, were united in marriage at 7:30 o╩╗clock last night at the home of the bride’s parents, Mr. 148 more words

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Kauikeolani Children's Hospital opens, 1909.

A WARD WITH TINY COTS.

One of the rooms of the Kauikeolani Hospital.

(Pacific Commercial Advertiser, 11/26/1909, p. 1) 9 more words

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More on the birth of Princess Kaiulani, 1875.

Letters of Congratulation.

At Lahaina, on the 21st inst., on the news being received from Honolulu of the birth of a daughter to the Princess Likelike Cleghorn, the citizens held or public meeting at the Court House, presided over by Gov. 154 more words

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The birth of the new princess, Kaiulani, 1875.

On Saturday morning last, the 16th instant, Her Royal Highness the Princess Miriam Likelike, sister to His Majesty the King, and wife of the Hon. A. 41 more words

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Piilani, Kaluaikoolau, and Kaleimanu, from the pen of C. B. Hofgaard, 1916.

The Story of Piilani

At the recent meeting of the Kauai Historical Society, Judge C. B. Hofgaard, of Waimea, read the following article on the above subject: 1,443 more words

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