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Calendar featuring pictures of the commission who took the anti-annexation petition to D.C., 1898.

The Ka Ahailono o Hawaii has issued an Alamanach for 1898 which is adorned with the pictures of the Hawaiian anti-annexation commission now in Washington. 58 more words

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Impressions of Hawaiians and the Mammoth Anti-Annexation Petitions, 1897.


How the Coffee-Colored Gentleman From Hawaii Greets Us.

Washington Post.

Four coffee-colored gentlemen, native Hawaiians, were at the capitol yesterday, at work against annexation. 342 more words


Another genealogy of Hawaiian rulers, 1864.

Genealogy of the Alii of Ancient Times From the South¹ of Hawaii nei Who Ruled.

Haloa the male, Hinamanouluae the female;
Waia the male, Huhune the female; 436 more words


Kamehameha III at Mokuula, 1846.

Court News. His Majesty and suite landed at Lahaina on the morning of the  17th. They were received by the new Governor and the other authorities, under the customary salute from the Fort. 123 more words


E mau kona welo ana! 1871

“Ka Hae Nani o Hawaii,
E mau kona welo ana.”

(Kuokoa, 1/7/1871, p. 1) 15 more words

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Fourth of July in Hawaii, 1894.


A Very Tame Celebration.

All true Americans residing in Honolulu, regret the manner in which their national holiday was celebrated. The bastard attempt of Mr. 567 more words


Queen Emma's gift to the Bishop Museum, 1885.

Honolulu, Nov. 19, 1884.

As I am about to embark on the steamer “Kinau” for a visit to Hilo, Hawaii, I make this as a codicil (No. 193 more words