The Hawaiian Kingdom, Volume 1
The colorful history of the Hawaiian Islands, since their discovery in 1778 by the great British navigator Captain James Cook, falls naturally into three periods. During the first, Hawaii was a monarchy ruled by native kings and queens. Then came the perilous transition period when new leaders, after failing to secure annexation to the United States, set up a miniature republic. The third period began in 1898 when Hawaii by annexation became American territory.The Hawaiian Kingdom, by Ralph S. Kuykendall, is the detailed story of the island monarchy. In the first volume, "Foundation and Transformation," the author gives a brief sketch of old Hawaii before the coming of the Europeans, based on the known and accepted accounts of this early period. He then shows how the arrival of sea rovers, traders, soldiers of forture, whalers, scoundrels, missionaries, and statesmen transformed the native kingdom, and how the foundations of modern Hawaii were laid.
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Introduction A Glimpse of Ancient Hawaii
Coming of the Foreigners
Kamehameha and the Founding of the Kingdom
Early Commercial Development
New Religion and New Learning
The Early Years of the Reign of Kamehameha III Regency of Kaahumanu
The Paulet Episode
Governmental Reorganization in the Midst of Difficulties
The Land Revolution
Commercial and Agricultural Progress 18301854
Religious and Educational Development 18401854
The Struggle for Equitable Treaties
The Shadow of Destiny
On the Date of the Birth of Kamehameha
The Troubled Thirties
The Birth of Constitutional Government
Industry Agriculture Manufactures
The Recognition of Hawaiis Independence
On the Regency 18231833
On the Origin of the Hawaiian Sandalwood Trade
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