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Synonyms for Liliuokalani

queen of the Hawaiian islands (1838-1917)

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Kalakaua died in 1891 and his sister, Liliuokalani, succeeded him on the throne.
The essays and testimony ring true with books published during the last years of the monarchy, particularly those written by King Kalakaua and Queen Liliuokalani, Hawaii's last reigning sovereigns, as well as historians, including David Malo and Samuel Kamakau.
In Hawaii's Story, Liliuokalani describes what she means by hanai without using the term: an 'alliance by adoption' that 'cemented the ties of friendship between the chiefs', which 'spread to the common people' where it has 'doubtless fostered a community of interest and harmony' (Liliuokalani, 1898).
Late 1800s- Queen Liliuokalani is dethroned; Hawaii 1900 becomes an American territory.
The Kingdom of Hawaii disappeared on January 17, 1893, when US marines backed a Honolulu coup by American sugar planters against Queen Liliuokalani, who opposed their expansion plans.
Soon after Kalakaua died in 1891, his sister and successor, Queen Liliuokalani, was overthrown by powerful businessmen - many of them the progeny of missionaries - who held powerful political sway in the city.
A wide range of women is represented here, from the expected names like Pocahontas, Harriet Tubman, Amelia Earhart, and Hilary Clinton to lesser-known women like Maria Mitchell, an early astronomer, Queen Liliuokalani of Hawaii, and Maggie Kuhn, founder of the Gray Panthers.
They overthrew Queen Liliuokalani, (Lee lee oh kuh LUH nee) Hawaii's last monarch, in 1893.
Watson), to the notion of queenship to be found in "Of Queens' Gardens" (Sharon Aronofsky Weltman), to the Indian Rani of Jhansi (Maria Jerinic), and to the Hawaiian Queen Liliuokalani (Robin L.
The son of William and Eliza Gulick (William being Peter Gulick's brother and Eliza being Fanny Gulick's sister), Charles tried unsuccessfully to restore Queen Liliuokalani to power in the Rebellion of 1895.
They did and the only real Royal residence in the US still stands -Iolani Palace, in Hawaii, last occupied by Queen Liliuokalani at the turn of the century.
The buyers include some of Hawaii's most prominent real estate professionals and business owners, such as AM Partners, Barnwell Industries, Cavanah & Associates, Cutter Management, Dorvin Leis and Company, Jeff Long and Associates, Kobayashi Group, Ko'Olina Ocean Marina Estates, Stanford Carr Development, and Queen Liliuokalani Trust.
Many of my clients have since become enamored with its picturesque attractions - from the forests and waterfalls, to the Imiloa Astronomy Center, Liliuokalani Gardens, and Wailoa River State Park.
Andrew's Cathedral, performed by the Episcopal bishop of Honolulu and attended by King Kalakaua and Princess Liliuokalani, was arrested and later sent to jail for seducing another woman by promise of marriage.
The Hawaiian Revolution" offers an enlightening look at the controversial subject of sovereignty for the native Hawaiian people, giving readers insight into a part of American history untold in most history books: the unlawful overthrowing of Hawaii's Queen Liliuokalani by a contingent of wealthy and ambitious Americans in 1893.