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Lot Kapuaiwa Kalanimakua Ali'iolani Kalani Kapuapaikalaninui, otherwise known and more easily
pronounced as King Kamehameha V, was one of the most administratively prepared kings to rule
Hawaii. One of his best known accomplishments was perhaps his decision not to uphold the 1852
constitution, but instead to write a new constitution entirely. This was the constitution of 1864 He
had a royal birth, and a successful reign, until he tragically died at age 42. Born on the 11th of
December, 1830, Lot was the son of High Chiefess Kina'u, and High Chief Mataio Kekuanao'a. He
was the brother of Alexander Liholiho (Kamehameha IV). While growing up, Lot attended the
Chief's Childrens' School. After his schooling ended in 1848, Lot stared working ... Show more
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Because of this, he had to spend most of his time indoors. In fact, he liked to visit a friend in
Waimanalo, but the rough Pali trail was a problem to him, so he decided to buy a steamboat to take
him there in peace. Unfortunately, after reigning over Hawaii for 9 productive years, Lot became ill
and bedridden. Then, on his 42nd birthday, he sent for his Bernice Pauahi Bishop to ask her to be his
successor, she politely declined. A few moments before he died, he said, "it is hard to die on my
birthday", and those by his side told him not to think such thoughts, but he alas said "God's will be
done!" And then, at 10:20am, Lot Kapuaiwa Kalanimakua Ali'iolani Kalani Kapuapaikalaninui, or
King Kamehameha V, passed away. This tragic loss left Hawaii without a named heir, the legislature
would now have to decide who the new monarch should
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Why Was Kamehameha Important In History
The prophecy said he would do many great feats, and that is what Kamehameha would do!
Kamehameha is significant to history because he was the King of Hawaii and did many great things
for Hawaii. He was prophesied to do so. He was significant for being the Hawaiian conqueror, the
king who united islands, and even founded the Kamehameha dynasty. He was also significant for
other challenges throughout his life. These are reasons why Kamehameha l is very significant to
history. To start off, Kamehameha l was prophesied to do many feats for Hawaii and wanted to and
even inherited being king after Kiwala'o died. For example, in one of my sources it says,"There
were reportedly many prophetic signs that he would be a great leader, including ... Show more
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For example,"Kamehameha the Great was the Hawaiian conqueror and king who united the
Hawaiian Islands and founded the Kamehameha dynasty." This evidence proves my statement.
Another example is,"He eventually succeeded and went on to take over most the majority of nearby
territories as well."This evidence further shows that he was definitely a conqueror "..and by 1810,
Kamehameha became the first king to rule all the Hawaiian Islands."This evidence further shows
that he was a king/ruler and united and ruled all the islandsIn conclusion, Kamehameha did many
achievements when becoming the inherited ruler of Hawaii and it's islands. ThirdlyKamehameha
was also significant in history because of his challenges throughout his life and all the other extra
things he did.During his reign, he governed following kapu, an ancient system of rules and
laws.This shows that not only did he conquer places and people, he made sure citizens had fair
laws."He also established new principles, including mamalahoe kanawai, or "law of the splintered
paddle." This law, which protected the defenseless as well as
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How Did King Lot Rule Hawaii
Hawaii Culture History
Hawaii located in the Central Pacific is a unique Polynesian Volcanic Island due to there being many
significant features including economy, culture/dancing and food, which makes Hawaii very
distinctive Island. Hawaii became part of the United States in June 1959 because the Hawaiian
people voted to be part of the U.S. This has helped Hawaii be able to develop and become
financially secure due to them being part of the US dollar. The Native Polynesian people of Hawaii
are the kānaka maoli, and Hawaiʻi maoli. The first settlers were the Marquesas people, they arrived
in Hawaii in the 3rd Century then in 1300AD the Tahitians came. They changed a few things like
the customs of the Island.
The sources suggest that Hawaii make most of their income ... Show more content on
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http://www.waimea.com/cuisine.html clearly states, "Diversity is what gives Hawaiian cuisine its
unique quality and flavours." Native Hawaiians planted coconuts, sugarcanes, sweet potatoes and
yams to eat and when they caught fish, they cooked it on earth ovens. Early Hawaiian settlers ate
what was on the land, which included fruits and root crop according to
http://www.waimea.com/cuisine.html. "In the 19th century, American settlers made plantations of
sugar cane and pineapple. This later became a big export product to many countries such as,
Philippines, Japan, Portugal, Korea and China. People from those countries then migrated to Hawaii
bringing new styles of cooking and a diverse range of foods from Dim Sims from China to tomatoes
from Portugal" according to http://www.waimea.com/cuisine.html. Modern dishes incorporate foods
from all around the world due to people bring new foods and styles to Hawaii. It has gotten easier to
bring new foods and styles to the country due to people being able to travel from country to country
faster and cheaper than 100 year ago. In conclusion we can clearly state that Hawaii has an
interesting yet diverse range of foods from all around the globe to suit anyone's
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How Did King Lot Rule Hawaii

  • 1. How Did King Lot Rule Hawaii Lot Kapuaiwa Kalanimakua Ali'iolani Kalani Kapuapaikalaninui, otherwise known and more easily pronounced as King Kamehameha V, was one of the most administratively prepared kings to rule Hawaii. One of his best known accomplishments was perhaps his decision not to uphold the 1852 constitution, but instead to write a new constitution entirely. This was the constitution of 1864 He had a royal birth, and a successful reign, until he tragically died at age 42. Born on the 11th of December, 1830, Lot was the son of High Chiefess Kina'u, and High Chief Mataio Kekuanao'a. He was the brother of Alexander Liholiho (Kamehameha IV). While growing up, Lot attended the Chief's Childrens' School. After his schooling ended in 1848, Lot stared working ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Because of this, he had to spend most of his time indoors. In fact, he liked to visit a friend in Waimanalo, but the rough Pali trail was a problem to him, so he decided to buy a steamboat to take him there in peace. Unfortunately, after reigning over Hawaii for 9 productive years, Lot became ill and bedridden. Then, on his 42nd birthday, he sent for his Bernice Pauahi Bishop to ask her to be his successor, she politely declined. A few moments before he died, he said, "it is hard to die on my birthday", and those by his side told him not to think such thoughts, but he alas said "God's will be done!" And then, at 10:20am, Lot Kapuaiwa Kalanimakua Ali'iolani Kalani Kapuapaikalaninui, or King Kamehameha V, passed away. This tragic loss left Hawaii without a named heir, the legislature would now have to decide who the new monarch should ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 3. Why Was Kamehameha Important In History The prophecy said he would do many great feats, and that is what Kamehameha would do! Kamehameha is significant to history because he was the King of Hawaii and did many great things for Hawaii. He was prophesied to do so. He was significant for being the Hawaiian conqueror, the king who united islands, and even founded the Kamehameha dynasty. He was also significant for other challenges throughout his life. These are reasons why Kamehameha l is very significant to history. To start off, Kamehameha l was prophesied to do many feats for Hawaii and wanted to and even inherited being king after Kiwala'o died. For example, in one of my sources it says,"There were reportedly many prophetic signs that he would be a great leader, including ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... For example,"Kamehameha the Great was the Hawaiian conqueror and king who united the Hawaiian Islands and founded the Kamehameha dynasty." This evidence proves my statement. Another example is,"He eventually succeeded and went on to take over most the majority of nearby territories as well."This evidence further shows that he was definitely a conqueror "..and by 1810, Kamehameha became the first king to rule all the Hawaiian Islands."This evidence further shows that he was a king/ruler and united and ruled all the islandsIn conclusion, Kamehameha did many achievements when becoming the inherited ruler of Hawaii and it's islands. ThirdlyKamehameha was also significant in history because of his challenges throughout his life and all the other extra things he did.During his reign, he governed following kapu, an ancient system of rules and laws.This shows that not only did he conquer places and people, he made sure citizens had fair laws."He also established new principles, including mamalahoe kanawai, or "law of the splintered paddle." This law, which protected the defenseless as well as ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 5. Hawaii Culture History Hawaii located in the Central Pacific is a unique Polynesian Volcanic Island due to there being many significant features including economy, culture/dancing and food, which makes Hawaii very distinctive Island. Hawaii became part of the United States in June 1959 because the Hawaiian people voted to be part of the U.S. This has helped Hawaii be able to develop and become financially secure due to them being part of the US dollar. The Native Polynesian people of Hawaii are the kānaka maoli, and Hawaiʻi maoli. The first settlers were the Marquesas people, they arrived in Hawaii in the 3rd Century then in 1300AD the Tahitians came. They changed a few things like the customs of the Island. The sources suggest that Hawaii make most of their income ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... http://www.waimea.com/cuisine.html clearly states, "Diversity is what gives Hawaiian cuisine its unique quality and flavours." Native Hawaiians planted coconuts, sugarcanes, sweet potatoes and yams to eat and when they caught fish, they cooked it on earth ovens. Early Hawaiian settlers ate what was on the land, which included fruits and root crop according to http://www.waimea.com/cuisine.html. "In the 19th century, American settlers made plantations of sugar cane and pineapple. This later became a big export product to many countries such as, Philippines, Japan, Portugal, Korea and China. People from those countries then migrated to Hawaii bringing new styles of cooking and a diverse range of foods from Dim Sims from China to tomatoes from Portugal" according to http://www.waimea.com/cuisine.html. Modern dishes incorporate foods from all around the world due to people bring new foods and styles to Hawaii. It has gotten easier to bring new foods and styles to the country due to people being able to travel from country to country faster and cheaper than 100 year ago. In conclusion we can clearly state that Hawaii has an interesting yet diverse range of foods from all around the globe to suit anyone's ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 7. Difference Between Sejong The Great And Kamehameha Kamehameha and Sejong the Great King Kamehameha was the first ruler of the Hawaiian Islands. His reign was from July, 1782 to May 8 or 14, 1819 (Chosonkorea.org). Sejong Daewang was the king of the Joseon–dynasty Korea (now known either as North and South Korea) and his reign was from 1418 to 1450 (Chosonkorea.org). The two leaders ruled their land in many similar and different ways. Their behavior while ruling was also similar, yet different in many ways as well. Sejong's pathway to becoming a ruler was much simpler than Kamehameha's. Sejong was not supposed to be the ruler of the Joseon Dynasty. He easily and simply became king (Thoughtco.com). Kamehameha's route, on the other hand, was rife with war, blood, and hardships. Kamehameha had to take parts in many wars and strategizing in order to become the ruler of the Hawaiian Islands. Kamehameha the Great is most known for unifying all the Hawaiian Islands together and Sejong the Great is most known for creating the Korean language (Hangul). Both rulers are still known as leaders who impacted their land and their people. Kamehameha the Great and Sejong the Great were two very effective leaders. Similarly, both Kamehameha and Sejong were both very studious. Kamehameha was trained to be a very skilled warrior and ruler. He and his society was advanced in trading, growing crops, and more (Potter, Kasdon, and Rayson 23). Sejong was always reading and created many inventions during his reign (Newworldencyclopedia.org). Both ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 9. Kamehameha's Account In The Ka Nupepa Kuokoa There are differing versions of Kamehameha I's birth. Hawaiian historian Samuel Kamakau published an account in the Ka Nupepa Kuokoa in 1867, which was widely accepted until February 10, 1911. The version written by Kamakau and held by Fornander was challenged by the oral family history of the Kaha family as published in a series of newspaper articles also appearing in the Kuoko. After the republication of the story by Kamakau to a larger English reading public in 1911 Hawaii, another version of the story was published by Kamaka Stillman, who had objected to the Nupepa article. Her version is verified by others within the Kaha family Kamehameha is considered the son of Keōua, founder of the House of Keoua, and Kekuʻiʻapoiwa II. Keōua and Kekuʻiʻapoiwa ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... While the kingship was inherited by Kalaniʻōpuʻu's son, Kīwalaʻō, Kamehameha was given a prominent religious position, guardianship of the Hawaiian god of war, Kūkāʻilimoku, as well as the district of Waipiʻo valley. There was already hatred between the two cousins, caused when Kamehameha presented a slain aliʻi's body to the gods instead of to Kīwalaʻō. When a group of chiefs from the Kona district offered to back Kamehameha against Kīwalaʻō, he accepted eagerly. The other story is after the Prophecy was passed along by the High Priests and Priestesses High Chiefs and Chiefesses. The fulfilling of the Prophecy, by lifting the NAHA Stone, sealed Kamehameha as the fulfiller of the Prophecy, but other ruling Chiefs, Keawe Mauhili, the Mahoe (twins) Keoua and other Chiefs were defiant of the Prophecy of Ka Poukahi and the High Chiefs of Kauai and supported Kiwala`o even after knowing about the Prophecy. While the five Kona chiefs supporting Kamehameha were: Keʻeaumoku Pāpaʻiahiahi (Kamehameha's father–in–law/grand Uncle), Keaweaheulu Kaluaʻāpana (Kamehameha's uncle), Kekūhaupiʻo (Kamehameha's warrior teacher), Kameʻeiamoku and Kamanawa (twin uncles of Kamehameha) knowing the Prophecy was true defended Kamehameha as the Unifier Ka Na`i aupuni. The High Chiefs Keawe Mauhili and Keeaumoku were by genealogy the next in line for Ali`i Nui, both chose the younger ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 11. How Did The Great Mahele Benefit The Hawaiians? The Great Mahele was a land division in the Hawaiian Islands made by King Kamehameha the Third. The Mahele came about, because the foreigners wanted ownership of land, to start stores and businesses in sugarcane. Foreigners believed that land gave that person power and was a right. The Hawaiians thought the land was owned by the gods The land commission tried to keep the land away from the foreigners, but the foreigners were not satisfied with the small amount of land they were given. By the end of the Great Mahele, most of the land was given to the foreigners. The Great Mahele did not benefit the Hawaiians, because the landowners were not polite to the Hawaiians, and the Hawaiians could not receive the proper crops because of the unfair land division (Star Advertiser). ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The landowner did not speak english, and refused to try to communicate with the Hawaiians. The Hawaiians could not speak with the landowner, so the Hawaiians lost their land to the foreigners. Along with others, one man was John T.Gover, and he would not listen to the Hawaiians causing many disagreements and adversities for the Hawaiians. At the end of The Great Mahele, less than one percent of the Hawaiians had ownership of land (A Letters of Distress, Ana). When the Great Mahele came, the Hawaiians expected to own more land, only to be disappointed at the end. Most Hawaiians lost their land because they could not pay the property taxes. Most Hawaiians had little or no money, during the time period of the Great Mahele. This resulted in Hawaiians losing the crops and plants on the land. There was no firewood, so the Hawaiians could not build houses, or cook food either(A Letters of Distress, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 13. Was Kamehameha An Effective Leader Kamehameha was the nephew of Kalani'opu'u. He also ruled over the island of Hawai'i, but was not next in line to be a high chief of any island. Kamehameha fought in a lot of battles, and the Battle of Nu'uanu was the most suvior battle. During this battle, a amount of people have gotten injured or they died. Kamehameha won this battle, and took over Mau'i. Kamehameha was an effective leader because he was wise and committed. He cared about his people and was very committed with his work. Kamehameha was an effective leader because he was wise, and he cared about his people. Kamehameha was very wise because while the trade of the sandalwood, "Travelers to the Islands reported that whole villages were deserted while the people were in the mountains ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 15. The Last Reigning Monarch Of Hawaii T.J. Mrs. Pruitt English 8 December 2016 The last reigning monarch of Hawaii did everything in her power to oppose the annexation of Hawaii into the United States. Her name was Queen Liliuokalani. She came to power in Hawaii during a time when white planters ran the economy in the main islands. She fought many things such as the Bayonet Constitution and was even imprisoned for part of her life. She was educated musically and wrote several songs, including Aloha Oe. She worked to better the Hawaiian Islands in many ways, including working on school for Hawaii's youth. Queen Liliuokalani was an important figure during the annexation of Hawaii. Lydia Kamakaeha was born on September 2nd, 1838, in Honolulu, Hawaii. Keohokalole, her mother, was a chieftess and favored advisor to King Kamehameha III. As a child she attended the Royal School, run by missionaries, where she learned about music and became fluent in English. She did quite a bit of travelling as a part of her studies as well. She gained her spot on the royal court, under King Kamehameha IV. In 1862, at the age of 24, she married John Owen Dominis, a Hawaiian government official, son of an American ship captain. (biography.com) In 1874, David Kalakaua, her older brother was chosen as king of Hawaii. However three years after, his heir apparent and Lydia's younger brother, William Pitt leleiohoku died. This resulted in Lydia being crowned princess and changing her name to Liliuokalani. She worked to better the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 17. Real Cost Of Paradise By Iolani Palace Real Cost of Paradise 'Iolani Palace, Gets Assisted Financially to Preserve and Restore its History History is vital because it passes down information and wisdom. For this reason, there are museums and monuments that are taken care of to keep its appearance and significance alive as well as realistic. 'Iolani Palace, once home to the late Queen Lili'uokalani, is no exception. 'Iolani Palace is a historic landmark that plays a vital key in Hawaiian history and culture. 'Iolani Palace was built to serve as a monarchial seat and residence for the king or queen at the time and now functions as a museum. It is important for people to be aware of the changes that happened at 'Iolani Palace because it plays a significant role in Hawaiian history. The significance of 'Iolani Palace will always be represented in its history and foundation of Hawai'i; therefore, it should continue to receive funds to educate people from around the world. 'Iolani Palace was built by King Kalākaua to replace a smaller royal building and in turn it "responded to intensifying European and American colonizing activities" (Kamehiro 4). King Kalākaua wanted a palace that would replicate those he saw when he toured the world. The palace was the first building to have electricity, the telephone and indoor plumbing, which was four years before the White House received these accommodations. Along with these special accommodations that the palace was able to have, it was also home to many important events ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 19. Hawaii History Discovery and settlementMain article: Ancient Hawaiʻi The earliest settlements in the Hawaiian Islands were made by Polynesians who traveled to Hawaii using large double–hulled canoes. They brought with them pigs, dogs, chickens, taro, sweet potatoes, coconut, banana, and sugarcane. There are several theories regarding migration to Hawaii. The "one–migration" theory suggests a single settlement. A variation on the one–migration theory instead suggests a single, continuous settlement period. A "multiple migration" theory suggests that there was a first settlement by a group called Menehune (settlers from the Marquesas Islands), and then a second settlement by the Tahitians. On January 18, 1778 Captain James Cook and his crew, while ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... After a second warning was made to the civilians, French troops overwhelmed the skeleton force and captured Honolulu Fort, spiked the coastal guns and destroyed all other weapons they found (mainly muskets and ammunition). They raided government buildings and general property in Honolulu, causing $100,000 in damages. After the raids the invasion force withdrew to the fort. De Tromelin eventually recalled his men and left Hawaii on September 5. [edit] BritishMain article: Paulet Affair (1843) On February 10, 1843, Lord George Paulet on the Royal Navy warship HMS Carysfort entered Honolulu Harbor and demanded that King Kamehameha III cede the Hawaiian Islands to the British Crown. Under the guns of the frigate, Kamehameha stepped down under protest.[3] Kamehameha III surrendered to Paulet on February 25, writing: Where are you, chiefs, people, and commons from my ancestors, and people from foreign lands? ' Hear ye! I make known to you that I am in perplexity by reason of difficulties into which I have been brought without cause, therefore I have given away the life of our land. Hear ye! but my rule over you, my people, and your privileges will continue, for I have hope that the life of the land will be restored when my conduct is justified. Done at Honolulu, Oahu, this 25th day of February, 1843. Kamehameha III. Kekauluohi.[4] Gerrit P. Judd, a missionary who had become the Minister of Finance, secretly sent envoys to
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  • 22. From a Native Daughter Neel Patel Professor Naomi Taub Rhetoric 105 F6 14 September 2015 Hawaiian Empowerment: A Native's Point of View In "From a Native Daughter," writer, activist, and Native Hawaiian academic, Haunani–Kay Trask recounts her personal feelings along with her people's feelings with how the 'haole' (white) people overwhelmed and distorted the historical context of the native Hawaiian inhabitants. Trask's purpose is to convey the message that the native Hawaiians' ancient culture is described as oppressive and tyrannical by white historians, rather that it was a society that functioned efficiently before the Europeans seized the land. She adopts an affectionate yet blunt tone throughout the course of the selection in order to contend ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... They provide certain time periods which help the Hawaiians know their history. This appeal to logos helps convey her message that the truth behind the pagan Hawaiians is concealed by the white historian point of view. As the chapter continues, she has been highly influenced throughout her life that historians have been accurate on who the Hawaiians used to be. "This was the West's view of itself through the degradation of her own past" (Trask 117). The argument she makes here channels her turning point in the article to bluntly declare that she has been seeing her history from the wrong perspective. Her very little use of logos throughout her selection enabled her audience to start trusting her main argument and persuaded readers to see her point of view. This is due to the high regard of oral traditions and ways of knowing that the Hawaiians were pronoun for. The author moves to her actual realization that she has been misunderstood her entire lifetime along with the Western world by extending her vocabulary and appealing to emotional diction. These are seen clearly through "'aina" meaning culture and "the great bloodiness of memory: genealogy" (Trask 118). These few examples show how her language is connecting with the audience on an emotional level by using native terms and powerful language such as "bloodiness." She appeals to the ideals of pathos by employing meaningful words when describing the traits of her people. She ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 24. Overthrow: The Annexation Of Hawaii Overthrow: Argumentative Essay As stated by the Ke Kukui Foundation, in 1900, only 30,000 people were of pure Hawaiian blood and over the next 45 years, the population for pure Hawaiians will come to extinction. Even back in the early development of the Hawaiian society, one's intentions and actions shaped the further growth for their people, government, and everyday life. Although this topic is debatable about who it really benefited, the foreigners or the Hawaiians, the finger is turned to the side of the foreigners. The Hawaiians were strong, independent individuals, that carried themselves through hardships brought upon them, before their intruders came to their islands. The outcome from over a hundred years that missionaries had on the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Today isn't any different from what happened fifty–eight years ago. The existence of the missionaries to the Hawaiian islands has scarred their form and principle for the wellbeing and ownership of the land. Many events that happened between the Hawaiians and the missionaries came for a price, and some didn't have the consentive for their equality. Although, one thing is for certain, the choices made by individuals, reflects their true colors, either good or bad. The bombing during the Boston Marathon in 2013 has no exception. Even though the alleged terrorist attack on Boston and the Committee of Safety Board in Hawaii were from two different time periods, and were 5,027 miles apart, both of these events took away any sense of safety for their civilians (History, Boston Marathon Bombing). As announced by History News, over 23,000 runners participated, with approximately 260 wounded, and 3 fatalities. This may not seem as such a big dilemma, but having a significant amount of impact on the majority of their population, can permanently leave cuts in loss of security, resulting in loss of friends and family. With the corresponding new issues from President Trump, their is nothing that can be foreshadowed in his reign whether good or bad. Destroying native land for pipelining and boarding off ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 26. Kamehameha V Thesis Paper Who would you pick for your top 5 ali'i in Hawaiian History? Would Kamehameha V be on there? I most certainly think Kamehameha should be on that list. He left schooling at the age of 18 to work in the government office building and he was the last of the Kamehameha's to rule. Kamehameha V was the second best ruler behind Kamehameha the great because he had to overcome a lot, tried to follow exactly the way his grandfather ruled, and worked extremely hard for things he thought were right for his people. When Prince Lot and Princess Pauhi were children they were expected to marry each other. At the age of 16, Pauhi didn't want to get married to Prince Lot because she was in love with Charles Reed Bishop. The two later on got married and Prince Lot never found love. On December 11, 1830 a prince by the name of Lota Kapuaiwa Kalanimauka Ali'iolani Kalanikupuapa'ikalaninui was born. 4 ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... They went and met presidents and talked with other members of royalty, what it was like to run a society, and to prepare them for their future roles as leaders. This is just one example of what Kamehameha V did to show his people that he was willing to learn from other kings to see what he should do for his people. Another thing that Lot did was raise the Sugar Industry. You might think of that as bad but at the time people were getting destroyed by the incoming people so Kamehameha V helped to bring up the sugar industry to help them bring in goods from other parts of the world. But the biggest way he helped his people was by sending people with leprosy to the island of Molokai. He saved a lot of Hawaiian lives by sending only the sick to Molokai. This was extremely smart because Hawaiians were not adapted to the new diseases that the foreigners brought. His one idea is still used today, people with leprosy go to Molokai to get treatment or to help people that have ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 28. Similarities Between Hitler And Kamehameha Effective Leaders King Kamehameha was the first person to unexpectedly unite all of the Hawaiian islands. He was a strong ruler as well as a skillful and strategic warrior. Adolf Hitler was an extremely powerful chancellor of Germany. He lead the Nazi Party, which killed millions of people and almost wiped out a tremendous amount of races. King Kamehameha and Adolf Hitler were effective leaders because they both had strong mindsets, were persistent, and were highly respected. Although Kamehameha and Adolf Hitler were totally different types of people, they both had extremely strong mindsets. Kamehameha was able to go against all odds and not only become the chief of one island, but became the King of all the Hawaiian Islands. Adolf ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Kamehameha's goal was to unite the Hawaiian Islands, but Hitler's was to eliminate all the types of people he didn't like. The way the two leaders ruled was different as well. Hitler was a dictator, but Kamehameha was a monarch. Most people today would say that Kamehameha was an honorable ruler and has changed the history for the better. However, most people today would say that Hitler was a cruel and unfair dictator and has greatly impacted history in a negative way. When Kamehameha ruled Hawaii, he participated in chores and tasks meant for people not in his class (such as working on taro patches, fishing, etc.) to set a good example for them. He also created new laws such as the Law of the Splintered Paddle, which protected all the old and young people from any harm. When Hitler was the chancellor of Germany, he made it clear that he wanted all Jews, disabled people, and any others that did not meet his requirements to be killed. He persuaded and forced his people to kill anybody he wasn't satisfied with, and encouraged violence, even for people of young age. Hitler also changed the education and job options, and made them completely separate for the boys and the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 30. Why Was The Great Mahele Unjustified The Great Mahele was a land redistribution by Kamehameha III because when the foreigners that came, they wanted the land, but Kamehameha III also wanted to give his people land into three even thirds (Cachola). The Great Mahele was unjustified because three main reasons like Hawaiians not getting the land, Hawaiians not understanding the system, and people started to only care for their own. The political unjustification of the Great Mahele was the new law of buying land for fee simple but, Hawaiians were supposed get the land first but that did not happen. The reason why they did not get the first pick at the land because they either did not have enough money to buy the land or they did not get their papers done on time. When this happens ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 32. Hawaii and the Monst Inspiring Liliuokalani Women Close your eyes and imagine this: an immense ocean, stretching far and wide, and when you look down, nothing but deep blue. Now imagine looking out into the sky, and seeing the faint outline of land rising in the horizon. These are the Hawaiian Islands. As you get closer, it looks like you're seeing dark heads poking out of the water. As you arrive even closer so that the individual fronds of the palm trees are visible, you realize that they are actually dark heads popping out of the water. For a second, you almost believe that they could be mermaids, but in fact, it turns out that they are the women of Hawaii coming out to welcome you with song! Welcome to Liliuokalani's world. Liliuokalani affected America by being one of the most inspiring women ever to be a part of our rich history. "Queen Liliuokalani remains a popular symbol of Hawaiian character and spirit, and is a cherished connection to the island's past." "[She] was the last reigning monarch of the Hawaiian Islands. She felt her mission was to preserve the islands for their native residents."(Tina Koeppe p. 22) Liliuokalani (aka Lydia) was born on September 2, 1838 to a high chief of Hawaii. "It was the custom among the Hawaiian chiefs to give their new–born babies to other chiefs to raise. The chiefs believed that this custom made them feel close as if they all belonged to one big family." Lydia was sent to the home of Abner Paki and his wife Konia. Because of the custom, Lydia grew up with a ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 34. Around Ad 1200, Tahitian Explorers Came Across A Small Around AD 1200, Tahitian explorers came across a small tropical archipelago consisting of eight main islands and a few smaller islets. They settled there and the rich ethnic culture and religion of native Hawaiians developed in isolation, untouched by the outside world, for the next five hundred years. Each island had their own chief that ruled under the guidelines of the Kapu religion. Their mystical polytheistic views affected every aspect of life from lifestyle habits to lawmaking. But in mid–January of 1778 a group of European explorers led by Captain James Cook arrived on their island home. These visitors brought valuable trade opportunities, but also new technology and foreign disease. By the mid–1850's the native Hawaiian population ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... territory in 1898. It officially became the fiftieth state in the United States on August 21st, 1959, but secessionists had already begun fighting to regain its sovereignty. Hawaii is a land that many believe was corrupted by outsiders, occupied by a foreign military, and overcome illegally, in turn leading them to challenge the it's statehood and strive for the return of its sovereignty. While there are a number of nationalist movements in Hawaii, there is none more popular or widely known than the Nation of Hawaii. Led by the charismatic Dennis Pu'uhonua "Bumpy" Kanahele, no other organization has made as much progress into the matter of recovering sovereignty for native Hawaiians. Beginning in 1989, while the push for federal recognition for American natives was happening across the United States Kanahele laid the foundation for the village of Pu`uhonua O Waimanalo that is now considered sovereign land on the island of Hawaii. His group occupied a number of places including Makapuu Point Lighthouse and Kaupo beach in order to protest the treatment of native Hawaiians and the destruction being done to their sacred land by big development projects. They agreed to stop the occupations in exchange for an area of land that had previously been ceded to the U.S. Kanahele and his advisors signed a fifty–five year lease with the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 36. History of the Island of Hawaii American businessmen overthrew the Hawaiian monarchy in 1893. The overthrow rooted from Congress approving the McKinley Tariff, which raised import rates on foreign sugar. This caused the sugar planters to go into an economic depression as they were being undersold in the American market. The farmers knew that the tariff and depression that Hawaii faced would disappear if Hawaii were to be annexed by the United States. At this time, Queen Liliuokalani was ruling. In 1893, the Queen attempted to introduce a new constitution to the Hawaiian people, which would give her more power in the government. She did not succeed in creating a new constitution; she was forced to abdicate and the foreigners in Honolulu set up a provisional government with the idea of annexation to the United States. During this time Grover Cleveland was president, his goal was to restore the Hawaiian monarchy, but the American people strongly favored annexation. Once Cleveland left office, war broke out with Spain in 1898. President McKinley signed a joint resolution annexing the islands, because they needed to use the Hawaiian naval bases as a stopping point on the way to the Spanish Philippines. Hawaii remained a territory of the United States until 1959 when they became the 50th state. The events that occurred in the annexation of Hawaii were not limited to Hawaii, but were a part of the larger patterns of the industrial era in the United States. In both time periods the industrialists felt the need for ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 38. Kahuku Hawaii History Kahuku Hawaii has many different things in it. Some things kahuku has is the beautiful of its surroundings and the land that is around it. Year around people enjoy the fresh air and the hawaiian sun beating down. People enjoy Hawaii all year round. In the 1800's around 300,000 Hawaiians lived there as the first europeans too. what they called the great king when the place waited for very few of foreigners placed food on the shore. It was said that it happened when the Hawaiian Islands were united as one under the King's rules. In the 1900's In the earlier communities in Kahuku the beautiful land brung many different people like Asians, Europeans, and americans came to enjoy the beauty of the place. Still in the 1900's the land of hawaii ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Because of the low Manufacturing rate most goods are shipped to Hawaii by a cargo ship. The Constitution was signed and was put into use in the 1950's when the islands were still a territory, when the Constitution was signed Hawaii had become the 50th state. Hawaii adopted their first Constitution in the 1840's. The constitution consisted of a legislative, executive, and a supreme court. The population decreased in size due to diseases and different other things ("Kahuku"). The United States built camps on Hawaii a many of hawaiians fought in europe as volunteers for the war. In 1941 to 1944 hawaii was under a martial law and was there through what little fighting was left in the area. The last sugar plantation finally shut down in 2016, when the plantation shut down it caused many of people that worked there to become without a job. A lot of golf courses are around Hawaii, there are also water parks and attractions. The second world war ruined hawaii being the number one supplier of sugar cane in the sugar industries. The sugar plantation stopped also due to the attack on pearl harbor that they were using as a trading spot and transporting goods from place to place.SO with that all of that happening the sugar that was being refined couldn't be shipped anywhere. All around Kahuku Hawaii are gift shops and a couple malls that have things that show the culture they have. Many mexican restaurants surround Hawaii also. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 40. Kauai Hawaii History The place that I chose for the places project was Kauai, Hawaii. I chose Kauai because I have been there and the culture seemed very interesting. The first European that was to discover Kauai was Captain James Cook in 1791 and then was later created a US territory not until the year of 1898. Kauai very little commemorates to the events that happened in the late 1800s, mainly because all of Hawaii wasn't apart of the United States and all of the negative effects to the Hawaiian culture and how it was overthrown by the United States. The story about Kauai that is not known to many people is how the United States got closer and closer to the Hawaiian without them even knowing it. As Christian settlers kept moving to Hawaii it ended up having a lot of Hawaiians converting over to Christianity including Kamehameha III, who was the first Christian King to rule all of Hawaii. The House of Kamehameha ended with the death of King Kamehameha V, who had no heir. An election was held, with popular votes favoring Lunalilo, who also died without naming an heir. This was a pivotal point in the history of Hawaii as Lunalilo's death led to the controversial 1874 election that incited riots. In an attempt to keep peace, Britain and the United States sent troops to Hawaii. The situation ended with the election of Kalakaua, who had lost the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... So, King Kamehameha IV and Queen Emma planned it as a burial site for their families. However, the first to have died in their family was their four year old son, Prince Albert. King Kamehameha IV became very ill soon afterwards and died. His brother Lot Kamehameha came to the throne as King Kamehameha V. The Royal Mausoleum State Monument was added to the US National Register of Historic Places in ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 42. Hawaii ' 78 By Israel Kamakawiwo "Hawaii '78" By Israel Kamakawiwo'ole: The Tide Is Rising The original version of the song "Hawaii '78" was written by four musicians from the group Da Blahlas in Hilo between 1976 and 1978 to shed light on past injustices inflicted on the indigenous people (Crowley para 3). The central theme of the song asks the question about how the former reigning King and Queen would react if they saw the Hawaii of today. The song failed to garner the desired radio air time the authors had wished, but with the arrival of The Makaha Sons of Niihau things were about to change. From a historical perspective, the post–Vietnam 1970s was a period of great turmoil, protest and rediscovery, but it also marked the beginnings of a tidal surge in the cultural recognition and restoration of the Hawaiian people. The music video "Hawaii '78" made popular by Israel Kamakawiwo'ole serves as the unofficial anthem for the Hawaiian renaissance movement by focusing on vivid historical imagery coupled with the song's reflective lyrics to awaken in the audience a sense of urgency to address past transgressions of the native people. Music can be an incredibly powerful tool to communicate a story or to send a message to elicit a response by the audience, especially when the artist is so well loved and respected, and this is where my essay begins. The song "Hawaii '78" was now being performed by The Sons and it was gaining in popularity. But, since it was first written a few of the original lyrics had ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 44. Hawaii 's Annexation Led Cultural Differences Between The... Hawaii's annexation prompted significant ethical differences between the points of view between the American government and the Hawaiian natives. The American Pageant is an Advanced Placement United States History Textbook written by American authors and professors, and is thus biased towards the American government and is thus more likely to portray the annexation of Hawaii in a good light. In 1820, New England settlers landed on Hawaii and began their mission: spreading Protestant Christianity across the eight tropical islands. Through time, culture assimilation, and interaction with the indigenous peoples, Americans eventually regarded Hawaii as a part of America itself. They took the liberty of using the Hawaiian islands as a commerce hotspot and a war buffer, as demonstrated by the Spanish–American War, where America used Hawaii as a bridge in its battles with the Philippines. American warned other countries to keep their hands off of Hawaii, for they considered it already their own. With the approvals of the 1875 commercially–reproving treaty and the 1887 treaty with Hawaii's own native government, thus guaranteeing the Americans jackpot: Pearl Harbor naval base rights. The textbook portrays the annexation of Hawaii in a positive light, stating that America had saved Hawaii from its numerous economic pitfalls and had thus mutually benefitted both countries. The McKinley tariff of 1890 was the fist around Hawaii's throat, for it barred the sale of Hawaiian ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 46. King Kalakaua Research Paper The Merrie Monarch King Kalakaua, a strong king and leader for his people. Not afraid to face challenges, teach the history of the islands, watch the art and culture, leading his people, taking care of them, and facing one of the biggest threats to the culture. He was one of the most well known kings of Hawaiian history. Yet, who was he really? What was his past like? What did he even do for his people? Well the time has come to find out, about his past, hardships, revivals, relationships, fights, and his inevitable future. In this essay, we will explore through his past, life as a king, leading up until his death. Not forgetting one of the most important days in Hawaiian history. Although before we get ahead of ourselves, let us first dive ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Like other chief children, he was sent to live with another chieftess named Haaheo Kanui (according to Aloha Hawaii), who brought him to the court of Kamehameha III (Located on Maui) to learn. Around the age of four. Kalakaua was sent off to Oahu, to continue his learning at the Chief's Children's' School (also known as "Royal School"). At sixteen, he proved to be a bright young man and he ended up studying law (under a man named Charles Coffin Harris), since he was exceedingly fluent in both Hawaiian and English. Yet he did not have a chance to finish his studies, due to the excessive governmental positions as in 1875, he became a major in King Kamehameha IV's staff. Which ultimately would lead up to his coming kingship, after all he was part of the Kamehameha family.THroughout this time, he had also married a young girl named Kapiolani, when he was supposed to marry Victoria Kamamalu (who was soon to be Lunalilo's wife). After that, he became a part of a group named "Young Hawaiians", who were set on making Hawaii better for Hawaiians. At this time however, the Americans were beginning to make their move, starting to take down the Hawaiian system little by ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 48. kamehameha the third Essay examples Kauikeaouli was born on August 11, 1813 on the Big Island of Hawaii. He became king at age 11 when his older brother Liholiho died, who ruled as Kamehameha II. For 14 years of his reign Kauikeaouli was guided by Kaahumanu and Kinau. At age 25, he took on the responsibilities of kingship by himself as Kamehameha III. (The Reign of Kamehameha III Website) Kauikeaouli's reign of thirty years was filled with change and accomplishment. Kamehameha III's reign would be a desirable time to live in because of the small population, religious freedom, and the equality for all Hawaiians. One of the biggest changes was the decrease in population of the native Hawaiians. When Kauikeaouli became king in June 1825, the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The small pox epidemic lasted for six months, and ended in the month of October. Ten thousand of the Hawaiian population are said to have died of the small pox disease. (Kamakau) The religious situation in Hawaii had changed as well. In 1839, Kamehameha III guaranteed religious freedom to the people of Hawaii. (The World of Royalty Website) Protestantism was no longer a state religion and it was also no longer strictly an American religion. Catholics and Mormons had finally established churches, and the Hawaiian churches came into its own form. The Hawaiian church had broken away from the American ministry and customs, and formed its own Native ministry. (Mrantz) Along with guaranteeing religious freedom, King Kamehameha III was responsible for transforming the kingdom into a modern constitutional monarchy. For the first time in their history, Hawaii's people were represented in their own government. Their constitution allowed them a House of Representatives and the right to elect their representatives. With all these changes, France, Great Britain and the United States had finally recognized Hawaii as an independent nation. (The World of Royalty Website) Kamehameha III made all men free and equal. There were no more slaves and no Hawaiian was born into a life of slavery. There were no more marks on the forehead to distinguish between free eaters or despised ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 50. Analysis Of The Book ' Marchers Of The Night ' Whats In The Night The retelling of spooky ghost stories has been a favorite activity in many cultures, wether it be around a campfire of written in various articles and book. Perhaps one of the most mysterious supernatural activities can be reported on the islands of Hawaii. Known as the Night Marchers, these spirits have been known to roam the land, revisiting ancient war sites and significant historical landmarks. In the book, "Marchers of the Night" by Helen P. Hoyt, a renowned Hawaiian author, he describes his first experience with the Huaka'ipo, or the Night Marchers. "In all the hundred years of my life I have seen the Marchers of the Night, the Huaka'ipo, only twice..." (Hoyt 1969). He then continues to explain how "on the night of the sixth of August, 1918, a night sacred to Ku, ancient god of all warriors" the Night Marchers, which their torches and pounding drums came to his house in the town of Waianae. Based on the many stories about the Night Marchers and the other cultures around the world who have similar spirits, I will attempt to demonstrate that these ghosts are more fact than fiction. Hawaii has a rich background of folklores and mythology and it's link to the past in ever present. Stories of the Night Marchers were first written about in the late 1900's but they were orally passed down long before that. Their native name is Huaka'ipo, but was translated to english as the Night Marchers. The term derives from the two words, huaka'i which means to ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 52. Why Was The Mahele Unjustified The Mahele was unjustified time because they took their land from the Hawaiians and made them pay for it, . The Mahele started in 1848 and the hawaiian government was overthrown in 1893. Foreigners thought that Hawaiians would give up their lazy ways if they owned land. The foreigners took the Hawaiians land without them knowing. The Mahele was unjustified because they had no food, they took the land without them knowing, and they only talked english. The foreigners took the land without them knowing and traded it with the other foreigners. They sold the land to the other foreigners even though the land want theres. The foreigners made them pay for their own land even though the hawaiians had no money. They also left them with less than one ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 54. Colonization Of The Hawaiian Islands Introduction Colonisation of the Hawaiian Islands in the years following Captain James Cook's landing in 1778 had a huge influence on the societal structure, the ruling system, and the gender roles within the community. With the old culture dismantled, a new one was built on the basis of Christian values, brought to Hawaii by the missionaries from New England. This essay will give a brief description of the colonisation of Hawaii, and then focus on the effects this process had on the societal structure, the monarchy, and the gender roles as were widely accepted in society, as well as how these changes affected other aspects of their culture. It will also briefly explore the effects of the expanding economy due to the opportunities the colonisers saw for growth and monetary gain. The Ruling System A major change to 19th century Hawaiian society, largely caused by the arrival of foreigners into the islands and the acculturation that followed, was the establishment of a western–modelled monarchy, solidifying Hawaii as an imperial society. In 1810, a Hawaiian chief, Kamehameha I, united the islands to form a kingdom, using the weapons and advice of the foreign colonisers. "The high chiefs of that era immediately understood the importance of the foreigner's ships and their weaponry. Kamehameha [...] was especially adept at maximizing the use of Western advisors and war technology in the advancement of his imperialistic aims." (Pomaika 'i Cook, Withy and Tarallo– Jensen 2003). This ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 56. Eddie Aikau Reflection The story of Eddie Aikau is one of triumph, tragedy, and fate. Before seeing this film, I had absolutely no idea who Eddie Aikau was or what he even accomplished within his life. A Hawaiian legend, Eddie completely changed the game through surfing and will truly live on through the legacy he crafted for himself. The way the filmmaker chooses to tell this story is very unique and allows the audience an inside view into the world Eddie grew up in. Riddled with stylistic devices, this documentary attempts to make the audience connect on a personal level to this amazing story. The first element of this film that really stuck out to me was the way the filmmaker chose to conduct the interviews. Throughout the film, information about Eddie and his life was provided by a variety of sources and from people with varying backgrounds. Most of the information about eddie's personal life came from his family. This information was extremely vital to the understanding of the audience in relation to the person eddie was. From family members to distinguished surfers, and even his ex wife, this documentary got it all. These sources helped to truly show Eddie as a well rounded person instead of propping him up on a pedestal. Through these interviews, Eddie was perfectly humanized. They portrayed him as a character that people could relate to emotionally. Instead of only highlighting the good he did, they showed him in all his forms. An example of this comes through the interviews with his ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 58. Criticism Of Emma's Stereotypes During the elections, Queen Emma faced much criticism in the islands for her gender, background, and character. In a letter written by Curtis Jere Lyons, he says on the native bulletin, the words "We do not wish to see the petticoat putting on breeches (or inside of the breeches)" were written above the Queen's proclamation . By referring to clothes and dress, these words were attacking Queen Emma's gender. Whoever wrote it did not want to see a woman as ruling monarch. In addition, an article published in The Chicago Tribune in 1874 speaking about the elections states, "The popularity... is purely personal, as she has no hereditary rank and little force of character". Claiming that Queen Emma's popularity in the elections was "purely personal" erases ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Also, despite Queen Emma being more closely related to Kamehameha I than David Kalākaua, the author of the article states she has no hereditary rank. These words are meant to criticize and depict Queen Emma as an unqualified candidate. Similar to how Queen Emma was portrayed, current female politicians are often also portrayed as cold, indifferent women unsuited for office. During the 2016 US Presidential Elections, candidate Hillary Clinton faced immense, sexist criticism from media, society, and President Trump himself. Clinton had been labeled a "nasty woman", "untrustworthy", and a "criminal" throughout her campaign. Many female politicians face similar sentiments and remarks. In fact, according to Terri Vescio, a psychology professor at Penn State University, "The more female politicians are seen as striving for power, the less ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 60. How Did The Great Mahele Benefit The Hawaiians? The Great Mahele was a land division made by King Kamehameha III because he did not want to wage into a war. The Great Mahele allows the King, ali'i or chiefs, foreigners, and the makaainana to equally own land. However, the Hawaiians needed to pay taxes for their land, but because they could not pay their taxes their land was auctioned off. Afterwards, those with money (foreigners) was able to buy the land (Borreca). The Mahele did not benefit the Hawaiians because the Hawaiians did not get much of the land they had taken care of and foreigners had broken laws for the Hawaiians' land. When the Hawaiians could not pay for their taxes the foreigners bought their land and used it to make their sugar companies and crops. As they bought more and ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 62. Hawaiian Stereotypes The Hawaiian culture is both diverse and unique, with its own language, traditions, and beliefs. Despite these multi–faceted characteristics, certain broad stereotypes about the culture persist in the non–Hawaiian population. My paper will explore where race, prejudice and cultural stereotypes come from and how both Hawaiian and non–Hawaiian cultures reinforce these stereotypes. According to Dictionary.com a stereotype is something conforming to a fixed or general pattern, especially an often oversimplified or biased mental picture held to characterize the typical individual of a group (dictionary.com). The term "stereotype" originally referred to a stamp used in the printing industry to make multiple copies from one single block. The ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... I can remember while living in Hawaii many times when a burial ground or sacred site was destroyed or moved to make way for the development of a new highway or resort. Many of my relatives who are Native Hawaiians have told me stories of how cultural and historic sites, hundred in number, have been bulldozed to make way for hotel and golf course development. Many others have been turned into tourist attractions and are desecrated in their use and misuse. These include heiau (burial grounds) or ancient temples, house sites, fishing shrines, ceremonial platforms and agricultural sites. All of these acts take place at the expense and pain of Native Hawaiians who are struggling to survive. Here you have multimillion dollar revenue and none of that money is going to support and perpetuate the culture or recover of the language and heritage of Native Hawaiians. This reminds me of many stories we have covered during class of where cultures have been oppressed in order for other cultures to succeed. Most Hawaiians have witness that tourism, as a foreigner dominated enterprise, is the plague which an already oppressed people must endure with very few other economic options or alternatives in life. The plight of Native Hawaiians is only one example of the destructive impact tourism is having on indigenous people in communities around the world. All is not well in ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 64. Hawaii Sugar Industry History In my opinion, the first article is more informative and useful for a person who knows nothing about the sugar plantations in Hawaii because I feel like it gives more information on the origin of sugar plantations in Hawaii rather than what happened to it recently. I think it's vital for a person to know the beginning of the story so that the person can visualize each change that occured in the sugar industry better. For example, in the first article it states, " The arrival of large populations of immigrants to the Hawaiian Islands began in the mid 1800s. Hawaii's sugar industry was growing quickly, and plantation owners suddenly needed more workers than the islands themselves could supply. Disease, introduced by foreign traders, had wiped ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 66. How Mauna Kea Should Remain Cultural And Not Allow Project... We are Mauna Kea Mauna Kea should remain cultural and not allow project TMT (thirty–meter telescope) on the mountain. According to Hawaiian legend, Mauna Kea is the meeting place of Papa (Earth Mother) and Wakea (Sky Father) who are first ancestors in Hawaiian history. We as Hawaiians view Mauna Kea as a temple or house of worship. In our cultural understanding, it is believed that Mauna Kea was not created by man, but by Ke Akua (God). Mauna Kea is both the burial ground and the embodiment of the most sacred ancestors. This is why I am advocating that a thirty–meter telescope, or TMT does not belong on Mauna Kea. Mauna Kea is a volcano on the island of Hawai'i that is sacred to Native Hawaiians as an elder ancestor and the physical embodiment of deities revered in Hawaiian culture and religion. According to Kay Ala Kahaulelio, a Hawaiian astronomer and student at University of Hawaii, he says, "the sacredness of Mauna Kea is beyond what we can comprehend in the human realm. It is so scared because it is the portal and the closest temple where we can connect with our God." In Hawaiian genealogy, Mauna Kea is perceived as the center of ones being. It holds burial grounds and is a place where people scatter ashes of their loved ones. On Mauna Kea there are a total of 13 telescopes– a number that I feel is too high that there are enough telescopes on Mauna Kea. Currently, there are thirteen working telescopes being operated by astronomers from 11 different countries, so why do ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 68. King Liuokalani Characteristics King Kamehameha the Great and Queen Liliuokalani were both strong and effective leaders of the Hawaiian Kingdom. Kamehameha unified the islands while Liliuokalani tried to obtain it, without both of these leader Hawai'i would not be what it is like today. Both reigned decades apart, but had a great impact on the Hawaiian culture, kapu system, economic system, class ranking, and other components of Hawaii's life. Kamehameha reigned from 1810 to 1819 as the first ruler of all the Hawaiian Islands. Kamehameha, a strong and determined leader was led to victory for all the Hawaiian Islands, after many years at battle against his enemies, which included Kahekili, Kiwala'o, Keoua, etc. (Potter, Kadson, Rayson, Page 23). Liliuokalani reigned much later from 1891 to 1898 , she was the first woman to be on the throne and also the last reigning monarch of the Hawaiian Islands(History.com Staff). Liliuokalani was a courageous and respectful leader, she fought to keep the throne and was persistent in trying to repeal many treaties and constitutions that her brother was manipulated into signing. (Biography.com) Both leaders were effective leaders in their own ways and had a great impact on the Kingdom of Hawaii. Kamehameha and Liliuokalani ruled very similarly to protect, help, modernise, along with every other job a ruler must follow. Kamehameha and Liliuokalani both enforced or tried to repeal laws and the Kapu system. After ruling for a while Kamehameha learned the kapu system should ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 70. The History Of The Aloha State "The Aloha State" became the 50th state in 1959, but the history of Hawaii goes back centuries earlier. Roughly 1,500 years ago, Polynesians from the Marquesas Islands first set foot on Hawaii Island. With only the stars to guide them, they miraculously sailed over 2000 miles in canoes to migrate to the Islands. 500 years later, settlers from Tahiti arrived, bringing their beliefs in gods and demi–gods and instituting a strict social hierarchy based on a kapu (taboo) system. Hawaiian culture flourished over the centuries, giving rise to the art of the hula and the sport of surfing, but land division conflicts between ruling chieftains were common. In 1778, Captain James Cook, landed on Kauai at Waimea Bay. Naming the archipelago the "Sandwich ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 72. Native Hawaiians And Asian Immigrants In Hawaii, in the 1940's, Caucasians, or haoles as they were commonly referred to, unfairly targeted Native Hawaiians and Asians by giving them significantly lower wages. This treatment, along with other social, economic, and political issues, created the negative atmosphere that led to 1949 Dock Strike. On the one side of this conflict were the haole– controlled companies known as the "Big Five" : on the other side were the longshoreman workers made up mostly of Native Hawaiians and Asian Immigrants. Although Native Hawaiians and Asian Immigrants struggled for decades against the Big Five, it was the Dock Strike of 1949 and the help of the ILWU (International Longshoremen 's and Warehouse Union), and its Regional Director, Jack Hall, ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Stainback/ Densho Encyclopedia, encycolpedia.densho.org/ingram%20M,%20 Stainback/.) Card 1. Another example of people against the strikers is a group of women called the "Broom Brigade". The Broom Brigade was a group of women who did picket strike marches against the dock strikers. ("Global Nonviolent Action Database." Global Nonviolent Action Database. N.p., n.d. Web. 29 Sep. 2017.) Card 2. Haoles thought strikers didn't fully understand how they were affecting Hawaii socially. The photo shows the sheer amount of dock workers that didn't appreciate the Big Five, during the 1948 Labor Day Parade. ("Honolulu Star– Bulletin Local News". N.p., n.d. Web. 01. Sep. 2017) Card 2. The author of this source was unknown, but it is clear that this source was meant to only report what was happening. It was written during the 1949 Dock Strike reporting a Broom Picket Strike. This source was written to tell us the main daily news and to report important events in Hawaii. This source had an informal tone, meant to only convey the message and its meaning. The subject of topic was to only report specific events in the newspaper. The economical aspects of the dock strike were a key conflict and compromise of the Dock Strike. The first day of the dock strike was May 1, 1949 and the official ending of the Dock Strike was October 23, 1949 ("Global Nonviolent Action Database." Global Nonviolent Action Database. N.p., n.d. Web. 29 Sep. 2017. Card 3). The dock strike was a ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 74. Queen Lili'uokalani Essay example Queen Lili'uokalani had ambitious plans for the nation of Hawaii, and wanted to see the rightful power of the monarch restored. Even though she was doing what she thought was best for the people of Hawaii, her dream was never meant to be. She would become known as the last queen ever to reign over the Hawaiian Islands. In the beginning, Hawaii was unknown to any humans. Polynesians eventually came across its islands, and decided to make it their home. In the early days, each island was ruled by a chief, and many times the islands were in conflict with each other. Centuries like this passed, but then "in 1782, [Queen Lili'uokalani's] cousin Kamehameha set out to conquer and unite the islands". Thirteen years later, in 1795, Kamehameha ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Lili'uokalani "found the school food tasteless and the portions too small." (Guzzetti 14) Not only did the Cookes teach the children American ways, but they also taught them Christian beliefs, making them abandon their polytheistic religious views. Lili'uokalani also learned how to speak English at the school which became an asset to her when she was later to become queen. She studied music as well, and down the road she became a renowned Hawaiian singer and songwriter. In the mid 1880's she published the song "Aloha Oe" meaning "Farewell to Thee," which became one of the most famous pieces of music ever written in Hawaii. (Guzzetti 14, 15, 22, 23) "Aloha Oe" did not give Lili'uokalani all of her fame. What did, of course, was the fact that she became a queen. The monarchy began with Kamehameha's conquering and uniting of all the Hawaiian Islands (Guzzetti 10). After Kamehameha's death in 1819, his son, Liholiho assumed the title Kamehameha II. During a trip to London to visit the King of England in the summer of 1824, Kamehameha II and his wife, Queen Kamamalu contracted the measles and both died. Kamehameha II's younger, nine year–old brother was proclaimed Kamehameha III. When he died in 1854, after a thirty–year ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 76. Importance Of Masking In Ola N? Iwi In the play Ola Nā Iwi, by Victoria Nalani Kneubuhl, the importance of bones to Hawaiians was revealed through a riveting journey where bones were stolen from a museum. The story then followed the bones where they were smuggled into Hawaii, switched between multiple people, and almost taken by Pua, before finally ending at a resting place. Throughout the story, characters used masks and deception to hide anything from their ethnicity to their true intentions. Kneubuhl showed how masking can be good and bad and used masking to give commentary on events in Hawaii through the use of the characters Erik, Kawehi and Pua. Kneubuhl is quick to point out in her play that masking was not always an immoral action, but depended on the intentions behind the deception. Kneubuhl used Erik as a prime example of masking being used for good rather than evil. Erik was the boyfriend of Kawehi, and was not Hawaiian. This was a divide that comes between Kawehi and him on multiple occasions. While he may not have been Hawaiian, he proves to value their culture. After Kawehi stole the bones, Erik was asked by a detective in Germany if he knew anything. He went on to say he did not know of any plans to steal the bones, and even denied recognizing Kawehi's picture (151). Obviously, Erik was masking by lying about not recognizing his own girlfriend. However, Erik was lying to keep his girlfriend safe, and to help keep the bones safe, even though he was not Hawaiian. Even though his actions were ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 78. Brief History: The Destruction Of The Hawaiian Kingdom The overthrow of the Hawaiian kingdom was unjust and unfair to some. It took the Queen Liliuokalani and her brother King David Kalakaua out of the monarchy. Due to the foreigners forcing Kalakaua to sign the Bayonet Constitution Hawaiians lost many of their rights they use to have. Hawaiians suffered and lost many of their privileges, according to Chapter 14 in "History of the Hawaiian Kingdom." Now today Hawaii has many changes in it due to these incoming foreigners. The Hawaiians lost plenty of their rights and were taken away many of their rights and abilities they had before the foreigners came to Hawaii. One thing they lost was their rights to vote and having a say on what they wanted and thought, According to Debate's article, "Was it right for the United States to take Over Hawaii."Another thing they lost was their reign of ali'i and their monarchy. The new law of the Constitution took away most of the King's power and was allowed to only control what the cabinet approved on. Later the Hawaiian Kingdom had perished. The Annexation club had made a new government and Hawaii was now Annexed to the United States. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Hawaii is populated with many different varieties of people now. With Hawaii having all these different races and ethnicities, it has brought many diseases and sickness' from all around the world. It has killed a lot of people and lives. With Hawaii having the new provisional government, now anybody can become a mayor or governor, etc. People with hawaiian blood can vote but they still didn't have as much of the rights they use to when the foreigners took it away. Until this day many of Native Hawaiians were known as freedom fighters for fighting against the foreigners for their ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...