This is not meant to be a comprehensive study of the relationship between the US and The Kingdom of Hawaii, but more of an outline; bullet points if you will, that invite you to do your own further research. Misconceptions about The Hawaiian Kingdom and its occupation by a foreign power. Many Americans, (I daresay most) believe that when they travel to Hawaii it’s somehow similar to visiting any other “state” in the US. The problem with this perception is that Hawaii didn’t w
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By Timothy Hurley Thousands of people, many dressed in black, marched to Iolani Palace this morning to mark the 125th anniversary of the overthrow of the Hawaiian monarchy.
The march started after 9 a.m. at the Royal Mausoleum at Mauna Ala and head down Nuuanu Avenue before turning onto Beretania, Richards and King streets, arriving at Iolani Palace around 10:30 a.m.
At 10:45 a.m. the Hawaiian flag was raised above the palace at the same time of day it was taken down during
Pele and her sister are in the family line is Hiʻiaka, and they take on the task of bearing the clouds, providing rain, thunder and lightning variously, those of storms and those produced by Pele's volcanoes. Hiʻiaka lived in a grove of Lehua trees which are sacred to her where she spent her days dancing with the forest spirits. Wai OlaWater of Life
Life for Hawaiians is centered on water and agriculture (land). Early on, the most important food staple at that time was kalo
Painting by Herb Kane Historically, Hawaiians have had five methods of fishing: spearing, hand-catching, baskets, hook and line and nets. There were two kinds of spearing fish, below and above water (above-water spearing was very rarely used.) Below water was the most important; the spear used by the diver was a slender stick, 6 to 7 feet long, made of very hard wood and sharply pointed on one end. Some fishermen dive to well-known habitats of certain fish and lobsters and, t
Aloha, Peggy and I will be presenting a new series on our website in the blog section. The series will cover the Native American totem animals and their messages for all of us. We will also be teaching you how to make this teaching specific to your lives. Every Wednesday for the next 52 weeks we will bring you the insights for each animal. Discover the tool that millions of people worldwide are using for guidance, inspiration, and help in finding answers to life's questions.
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