THE SPEECH OF THE REGENT, PRINCE LELEIOHOKU, AT THE COLONY OF KALAUPAPA, MOLOKAI.
November 28, 1874.
O Citizens of the Alii, King Kalakaua I., a fraction of his people, aloha to you. 328 more words
Before getting to the pidgin phrase in question, I had a question in the last paragraph which in the original read: “ke hele la a mauakea i ka la.” And thankfully there was a response. 450 more words
O Greatest Prize of the Hawaiian Nation, the lightning that flashes over the cliff brows of the islands. Greeting between us.
In the area of Puuhahi, Kalaupapa, Molokai, there were deplorable incidences, and those where these. 162 more words
Dozens of young students from Saint Francis School gathered to celebrate a very special birthday for none other than Marianne Cope, Hawaii’s second saint.
Friday marked her 177th birthday. 108 more words
These are the very last words of King Kalakaua at the colony of Kalaupapa before he left Hawaii nei for California: “You all are good, and gracious; your dwellings are good and so are all things; however as for those who practice sorcery , have them go elsewhere.” S. 19 more words