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Image from page 265 of “Hawaii and its people; the land of rainbow and palm” (1899)
Title: Hawaii and its people; the land of rainbow and palm
Year: 1899 (1890s)
Authors: Twombly, Alexander S. (Alexander Stevenson), 1832-1907
Publisher: New York, Boston [etc.] Silver, Burdett
Contributing Library: Brigham Young University Hawaii, Joseph F. Smith Library
Digitizing Sponsor: Consortium of Church Libraries and Archives
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people, easily influenced for good or evil, and somewhatfickle. But they cannot understand how the foreignerswant so many things in their homes, — pictures, china,and other appliances to be cared for and renewed. Richard H. Dana, the author of Two Years beforethe Mast, visited the islands in 1860, and writes asfollows: They (the missionaries) found these islandersa nation of half-naked savages, living in the surf and onthe sand, fighting among themselves, eating raw fish,tyrannized over by feudal chiefs, and abandoned to sen-suality. They now see them decently clothed, recog-nizing the law of marriage, knowing something ofaccounts, going to school and public worship with moreregularity than the people do at home; and the moreelevated of them taking part in conducting the affairsof the constitutional monarchy under which they live,holding seats on the judicial bench and in the legislativechambers, and filling posts in the local magistracies. PART III.MODERN HAWAII.CHAPTERS XXII.-XXXo
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LIHOLIHO. KAMEHAMEHA IV. 263 CHAPTER XXII. LIHOLIHO, KAMEHAMEHA IV. —1855-1868, A.D. Alexander Liholiho ascended the throne, as Kame-haraeha IV., with bright prospects and the good will ofthe nation. He was the son of the honored QueenRegent Kinau; his manners were pleasing and histalents brilliant. He took the oath to maintain the con-stitution, in the old stone church, January 11, 1855. He married one of the most beautiful, as well as one ofthe most popular, women on the islands, Emma, a grand-daughter of John Young, Governor of Hawaii. She hadbeen adopted by an English physician, Dr. Rooke, whomarried a sister of her mother. She was well educatedin the Royal School. The present ex-queen, Liliuoka-lani, was a young lady eighteen years of age at thattime, and in a recent publication gives an interestingaccount of the betrothal and wedding, also of someevents in this reign. We will let her tell the story inher own words, making the narrative, however, muchmore concise. The royal wed
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