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The Hawaiian Flag! 1883.

The Hawaiian Flag!

The Support of Hawaii!!

It is this symbol which honors you, O Hawaii; it is a mantle for you to have pride in; and above all things, it is the Support for the roof of your house, secured unwaveringly; and it is worthy of pride and boasting. 593 more words

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Look at what is happening soon after the overthrow, 1893.

THE BEAUTIFUL FLAG OF HAWAII.

MAY YOU WAVE FOREVER.

You may obtain the glorious flag of our land from the hands of the Secretary of the… 37 more words

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May you wave forever! 1883.

Beautiful Flag of Hawaii, May You Wave Forever

(Koo o Hawaii, 8/15/1883, p. 1) 8 more words

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Restoration Day celebration, day number 4! 1844.

On Saturday, Aug. 3—Gov. Kekuanaoa gave a rural feast at the village of Waikiki, to his Majesty and court. A rustic arbor, with flags over head, was prepared under the beautiful grove of Ko trees. 41 more words

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Restoration Day celebration, day number 2! 1844.

SECOND DAY OF THE FESTIVAL, AUGUST 1ST.

Thursday morning, Aug. 1st, at 10 o’clock A. M.—a procession was formed of all the juvenile members of temperance societies to the number of one thousand eight hundred of all ages and both sexes. 862 more words

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Multi-day Restoration Day celebration! 1844.

The 31st of July.

The Festivities of the 31st and the three following days—the Anniversary of the Restoration of the Hawaiian Flag by Admiral Thomas. 1,077 more words

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More on Restoration Day, 1843.

“THE VICTORY OF WRONGDOERS IS BUT FOR A MOMENT.”

Who does not know the truth of this statement? He must read the Bible; it is there that he will see the truth in this statement. 99 more words

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