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Patriotism, 1893.

THE PEOPLE OF HAWAII HAVE ALOHA FOR THEIR ALII.

From ancient times, from all the way into the realm of po, from early on, from the very beginning, born was the aloha of Hawaiian Men, Hawaiian Women, and the Offspring of their loins, for their Alii, all the way until this very day; it would seem that it is greater than anything else pertaining to their sovereign, and it would seem there is no greater proof than the words pronounced by our King Kauliluaikeanuwaialeale , when he went on that famous trip around the world in the year 1881, and upon his treading once more upon his birth sands; this is what he stated: 337 more words

Alii

Fun with Flags! 2017.

What are you doing next week Saturday (October 21)? There will be an exhibit of historic Hawaiian royal flags up on the hill!

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The Heens, and why we need to rescan the old Hawaiian newspapers, 1906.

A Festive Marriage with Honor

MR. and MRS. W. H. HEEN.

AMONGST delightful sprigs of white carnations blossoms entwined with delicate fronds of palai fern decorating the interior of the church of St. 445 more words

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Terrorism even here? 1926.

KNIFE USED AS NAIL TO AFFIX NOTE ON DOOR

The Ku Klux Klan Association is here in this town according to Maurice Rey, the owner of a hair salon on Emma Street. 180 more words

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The newspapers may not always report "the truth," but they are a priceless source for historical information, 1864, Today, and Tomorrow.

The newspapers are someplace we should be looking at for other ways to look at Hawaiian history.

Newspapers, unlike books were relatively easy to come by (whether it was by subscription, or by sharing with a neighbor). 233 more words

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Hawaiian Newspapers, Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow.

For a long time, I was sure that anybody who was interested in Hawaiian moolelo, whether it be language, or history, or mele, or kaao, or genealogy, or education, or winds/rains, or thought would know that there are online generations and generations of newspapers available online, whether it be in English (at… 65 more words

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J. H. Kanepuu plans to publish a book filled with genealogies of the people, 1881.

A PLEA.

I want to publish and distribute a book of Hawaiian Moolelo for all the people of this lahui; and my great desire is for the questions below to be answered, so that the book can be filled with all of the genealogies . 117 more words

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