Modern Hawaiian History
Head of Reform
John L. Stevens
U.S. Minister of Hawaii
Theo H. Davies
owner of a mercantile & shipping firm
Charles R. Bishop
Opened the first Bank in Hawaii
Walter M. Gibson
Founded a bi- weekly newspaper, Ka Nuhou Hi
was the first Kuhina Nui
Queen Mother, sacred wife of Kamehameha
First Governor of Hawaiian Ancestry
AJA hero, lost his arm in WWII
First Governor of American Japanese Ancestry
The Kapu system fell during my reign
Tradition was important to me, i tried to revive the hula
died at the age of 21
When I arrived at Kalawao, i had to fight for shelter for the sick
I was part of the outcast in Ancient Hawaii
Pai'ea, he united the islands under 1 ruler
Delegate to Congress, Hawaiian Homes Act
Last ruler of Hawai'i
Sanford B. Dole
President of the PG government
Kauikeaouli, married his sister, gave us the Great Mahele
Arrival of Captain Cook In Hawaii
all islands under one rule
end of kapu system
first missionaries arrive
Overthrow of Monarchy
annexation to united states
first written constitution
Republic of Hawaii
Hawaii becomes a state
Kaho'olawe turned over to Native Hawaiians
Hokule'a's first voyage to Tahiti
U.S. government apologized for the overthrow of the Hawaiian Nation
Who signed the Reciprocity Treaty with the U.S.
John L. Stevens
Who was the minister of everything?
Walter M. Gibson
Who was the first to recognize the PG?
Who promulgated the first Constitution in Hawai'i?
Who was forced to abdicate her throne?
Kaua'i became under his control in 1810?
Who asked S.D. Dole to restore the monarchy?
Who wrote the constitution of 1864?
Whose complaints about treatment of Catholics in Hawaii cause the King to Sign a convention with France
Queen Ema and Alexander Liholiho
Who solicited funds to build Queen's Hospital?
who was the one-man spy for Japan in Hawaii?
who was the governor in Hawaii when Pearl Harbor was attacked?
What was the name of the flagship of the Pacific fleet?
What did Japan want to Control?
East, Wind, Rain
What were the Japanese code words to indicate that an attack would be launched against the United States?
Who was the first president ever to visit Hawaii during his term of office?
What is the basic land division in Hawaii, extending from the mountains to the sea called?
The committee of Safety hoped the United States would ___________ Hawaii
Until 1898, Hawaii was a _____________ nation
Women did not receive suffrage in the United States until _____
Lot Kamehameha and Lunalilo
Which two monarchs never married?
The Hawaiians system of law was called the __________
Liholiho & Kamamalu died from what disease in London
Which monarch married his sister Nahi'ena'ena
Who commuted Lt. Massie's & Mrs. Fortescue's sentence?
this sad case brought out the reality of a dual system of justice in HI.
Who killed her daughter's alleged attacker?
Who were the first immigrants to work on Hawaii's sugar plantations?
Who signed the Apology Bill for the U.S. actions in Hawaii?
Lono, Ku, Kanaloa, Kane
Name the four major God's of old Hawaii?
God of peace or fertility
God of War
God of Sea
God of freshwater
God of Fire
God of Hula
what is Kaho'olawe's ancient name?
Hawaiian Homes Commission Act
Passed in 1921, to provide homestead lands & government financing for Hawaiians
Government formed after the overthrow of Liliuokalani
Government of Hawaii from 1894 - 1898
Captain William Matson
Who started the first steamship line?
combing of belief and practices from different religions
having more than one spouse at a time
An owner of a store or other business
exchange goods without involving money
An original document that hasn't been re-written
A King or Queen is the official head of state but power is limited by a constitution.
ruler has total power
allow to tax enter the U.S. Tax Free
ability to read or write
imperial state or authority
to surrender formally
New Zeland, land of the long white cloud
The Aloha State
Hawaii's National Anthem
Kukui Nut Tree
Hawaii's State tree
Hawaii's State Bird
Hawaii's State Flower
Ua Mau Ke Ea O Ka Aina I Ka Pono
State motto in Hawaiian
Restored Hawaii from England
Bernice Pauahi Bishop
Gave over 300,000 acres of land in a trust fund to build a school for Hawaiian Children
Largest single owned ranch in Hawaii
built the railroads to transport sugar.
treaty signed in 1898 making Hawai'i a part of the U.S. territory