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Restoration Day, 1896.

The Independent recalls the fact that to-day is Restoration day. It reprints on its first page Professor Alexander’s description of the incidents attaching to it. If inaccurate in detail, it is worth reading and is suggestive to thoughtful persons at the present time. 47 more words


Tuesday, July 28, 1914

The Evening Herald (Albuquerque, New Mexico)

The Bisbee Daily Review (Bisbee, Arizona)

The Bemidji Daily Pioneer (Bemidji, Minnesota)

I decided to write a comparative post today because I noticed a huge discrepancy in the way the European conflict was being reported when I was clicking through the collected front pages of the newspapers in the Library of Congress’s Chronicling America collection.   441 more words

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Historic Maryland Newspapers Project receives funding for Phase 2

It’s our pleasure to announce that the Historic Maryland Newspapers Project at the University of Maryland Libraries has received funding for Phase 2 and will continue through August 2016 thanks to a generous $290,000… 194 more words

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The Independent speaks out, 1897.

Ed. The Independent:—

“The little knot of noisy royalists,” as the Star chooses to call the overwhelming majority of the legal voters of 1892, numbering about 15,000, who in the near future will be called upon to decide by a plebiscite as to the form of government they wish to live under is now by the natural whirl of events fast approaching their object. 293 more words


The Evening Bulletin chimes in, 1897.

Other groups in the Pacific have been taken under the wings of great nations, for their own substantial benefit as has already been proved, within the past ten years. 426 more words


Senator John T. Morgan replies, 1897.


The Senator From Alabama Answers J. K. Kaulia’s Open Letter.

He Defends the Position of Himself and the Annexationists.

Honolulu, Oct. 12, 1897. 802 more words


James Keauiluna Kaulia speaks to America, 1897 / 2014.


From J. K. Kaulia to Senator Morgan.

Let the United States Undo the Great Wrong Perpetrated Upon the Hawaiian People by Minister Stevens, and then Consult Them as to Annexation. 2,456 more words