Oahu College: List of Trustees, Presidents, Instructors, Matrons, Librarians, Superintendents of Grounds and Students, 1841-1906. Historical Sketch of Oahu College
Hawaiian Gazette Company, 1907 - 93 pages
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Page 3 - ... rentals for the support of education. It would have in all his wars. The chief was notorious for having captured the little schooner Fair American and having massacred the crew with the exception of Isaac Davis, in revenge for an outrage committed by Capt. Metcalf, of the Eleanor, some months before. Kameeiamoku died at Lahaina in 1802, and his lands descended to his son Hoapili, the most intimate friend of Kamehameha I., who afterwards became Governor of Mani.
Page 3 - ... roots. He dug out the place, and thus was formed the inner spring. A fish-pond was formed below the spring, and a dozen or more taro-patches irrigated from it. "After the conquest of Oahu by Kamehameha I in 1795, he gave Moanalua, Kapunahou and other lands to Kameeiamoku, one of the four great chiefs who had raised him to the throne, and who had aided him...
Page 3 - ... the old system of district chieftains and appointed governors, kiaaina, over the principal islands. These governors, subject to his approval, appointed tax-collectors, heads of districts, and other petty officers. They also dispensed justice for their respective circuits. The four great Kona chiefs who had raised him to the throne and aided him in all his wars, viz, the twin brothers Kameeiamoku and...