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Tragedy off Kalaupapa, 1888.

DEATH AT SEA.

Because of the kindness of our good friend, Mr. Kaoliko from up in Kauluwela, he showed us a written statement he got from Kalaupapa talking about sad news, and that is what we have below: 226 more words

Death Announcement

Report of Kalakaua's death from the "San Francisco Chronicle," 1891.

KALAKAUA DEAD

Last Hours of the Hawaiian Monarch.

Solemn Scenes at the Royal Bedside.

The Succession and the Political Situation.

Sketches of the Dead Sovereign and of the Heirs to the Throne. 2,207 more words

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Last words of the King, 1891.

Kalakaua’s Last Words Preserved by Phonograph.

Outside the little circle of immediate friends and attendants upon the late King Kalakaua who were admitted into the sick chamber it is not known that for the ten days prior to the monarch’s death an Edison phonograph stood near the bedside. 406 more words

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Alexander Liholiho is proclaimed Kamehameha IV, 1854.

PROCLAMATION.

Whereas, it has pleased Almighty God to remove from this world our beloved Sovereign, His Late Majesty, Kamehameha III; and whereas, by the Will of His late Majesty, and by the appointment and Proclamation of His Majesty and of the House of Nobles, His Royal Highness, Prince Liholiho, was declared to be His Majesty’s Successor. 39 more words

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Alexander Liholiho becomes Kamehameha IV, 1854.

OLELO HOOLAHA.

NO KA MEA ua lawe aku ke Akua ola mau loa, mai keia ao aku, i ka MOI KAMEHAMEHA III, ko kakou alii aloha mamua iho nei; no ka mea hoi, mamuli o ke kauoha a ka MOI mamua iho nei a mamuli hoi o ka olelo hooholo a me ka Olelo Hoolaha a ka MOI a me ka Halealii ua kukala ia ka Mea Kiekie Liholiho, oia kona hope; 48 more words

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Kauikeaouli, Kamehameha III, dies a hundred and sixty years ago, 1854.

DEATH OF THE KING!

KAMEHAMEHA IV PROCLAIMED.

After a serious illness of five or six days, His Majesty, Kamehameha III, expired at His Palace on Friday, Dec. 252 more words

Death Announcement

Elizabeth Kelly Death Announcement

The Douglas county News, in Alexandria, Minnesota printed the following article on 16 Feb 1893. Page 3, col. 2.

Things to note from this document: 47 more words

Elizabeth McGinnis