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King Kamehameha III

King Kamehameha III Kauikeaouli Kamehameha III, Third ruler of the unified Kingdom of Hawai’i Kauikeaouli was born at Keauhou Bay, Hawai’i Island in August 1814, but celebrated on March 17, 1814. He was the second son of King Kamehameha The Great and his...

Never Forget!

The Kingdom Of Hawai'i Never Forget! Never Forget The Illegal Overthrow Of The Hawai’i Kingdom. On Jan 17, 1893, a group of America-backed businessmen whom self proclaimed a provisional government, strengthened with bayonet-armed U.S. Marines staged a coup...

Hilo Sampan Bus

Hilo Sampan Bus Uniquely Hilo A Hilo taxi driver by the name of Fukumatsu Kusumoto felt taxi fares were too expensive and wanted to provide lower, cost-effect means of public transportation for Big Island residents and visitors, mainly Hilo wharf and it’s...

Lā Hoʻihoʻi Ea

Hawai’i Sovereignty Restoration Day Lā Hoʻihoʻi Ea Sovereignty Restoration Day (Hawaiian: Lā Hoʻihoʻi Ea) is a national holiday of the Hawaiian Kingdom celebrated every July 31 and still commemorated by Native Hawaiians and Hawai’i residents of today. The...

Koa; Native Hawaiian Plant

Acacia Koa; Native Hawaiian Plant The Acacia koa is a large species of flowering tree categorized in the pea family. The koa tree is one of Hawaii’s most common tree. Growing naturally, koa is endemic to Hawai’i. It is a native plant exclusive to the...

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