The story of Black Hawaiians is one of the most tragic of modern times. It is a tale of adventure/gaiety in paradise that turned into a cultural nightmare. America’s best kept secret. We must venture into antiquity to learn of the roots of the Black Hawaiians, whose glorious star once brightened the Pacific for 2000 years. Most anthropologists, paleontologists & archaeologists around the world generally believe that human beings evolved on the continent of Africa, from 3 to 5 million years…

The story of Black Hawaiians is one of the most tragic of modern times. It is a tale of adventure/gaiety in paradise that turned into a cultural nightmare. America’s best kept secret. We must venture into antiquity to learn of the roots of the Black Hawaiians, whose glorious star once brightened the Pacific for 2000 years. Most anthropologists, paleontologists & archaeologists around the world generally believe that human beings evolved on the continent of Africa, from 3 to 5 million years…

Queen Victoria Kamāmalu Ka‘ahumanu IV (1838–1866),.  She was the first female to become the monarch of Hawai‘i, reigning for a day in November 30, 1863. Named Wikolia Kamehamalu Keawenui Ka‘ahumanu-a-Kekūanaō‘a and also named Kalehelani Kiheahealani, she was mainly referred to as Victoria Kamāmalu or Ka‘ahumanu IV, when addressing her as the Kuhina Nui and her father Kekūanaō‘a, Kuhina Nui of the Hawaiian Islands and Governor of O‘ahu, full name Mataio (Matthew) Keawenui Kekūanaō‘a…

Queen Victoria Kamāmalu Ka‘ahumanu IV (1838–1866),. She was the first female to become the monarch of Hawai‘i, reigning for a day in November 30, 1863. Named Wikolia Kamehamalu Keawenui Ka‘ahumanu-a-Kekūanaō‘a and also named Kalehelani Kiheahealani, she was mainly referred to as Victoria Kamāmalu or Ka‘ahumanu IV, when addressing her as the Kuhina Nui and her father Kekūanaō‘a, Kuhina Nui of the Hawaiian Islands and Governor of O‘ahu, full name Mataio (Matthew) Keawenui Kekūanaō‘a…

Prince Jonah Kūhiō Kalaniana‘ole of Hawaii (1871–1922)

Prince Jonah Kūhiō Kalaniana‘ole of Hawaii (1871–1922)

shirleytemple.com The most comfortable shoulders in history: those of Duke P. Kahanamoku, Hawaii, 1935. (Author's private collection)

shirleytemple.com The most comfortable shoulders in history: those of Duke P. Kahanamoku, Hawaii, 1935. (Author's private collection)

Kekūanaō‘a, Kuhina Nui of the Hawaiian Islands and Governor of O‘ahu, full name Mataio (Matthew) Keawenui Kekūanaō‘a (1793-1868), father of Queen Victoria Kamāmalu Ka‘ahumanu IV (1838–1866).

Kekūanaō‘a, Kuhina Nui of the Hawaiian Islands and Governor of O‘ahu, full name Mataio (Matthew) Keawenui Kekūanaō‘a (1793-1868), father of Queen Victoria Kamāmalu Ka‘ahumanu IV (1838–1866).

Kamehameha III (born Kauikeaouli) (1813–1854), King of  Hawai‘i from 1825 to 1854. His full Hawaiian name was Keaweawe‘ula Kīwala‘ō Kauikeaouli Kaleiopapa, it was then lengthened to Keaweawe‘ula Kīwala‘ō Kauikeaouli Kaleiopapa Kalani Waiakua Kalanikau Iokikilo Kīwala‘ō i ke kapu Kamehameha when he ascended the throne.

Kamehameha III (born Kauikeaouli) (1813–1854), King of Hawai‘i from 1825 to 1854. His full Hawaiian name was Keaweawe‘ula Kīwala‘ō Kauikeaouli Kaleiopapa, it was then lengthened to Keaweawe‘ula Kīwala‘ō Kauikeaouli Kaleiopapa Kalani Waiakua Kalanikau Iokikilo Kīwala‘ō i ke kapu Kamehameha when he ascended the throne.

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