Abraham Kaulukou to study law at Yale, 1902.

LEAVING TO STUDY LAW IN AMERICA.

ABERAHAMA KAULUKOU HEADED FOR YALE UNIVERSITY—ASSISTED BY THE ALUMNI OF YALE.

In the coming September, Aberehama Kaulukou, the son of the Hon. John L. Kaulukou will go to enter into the school of law at Yale. This is help from the Yale alumni of this town. These former students thought a great deal to do something for their school, and after prior investigation, they unanimously chose to send this intelligent Hawaiian youth of the land.

Sometime earlier at the Moana Hotel, these alumni gathered to consider this, and they decided unanimously to send a youth that was educated in Hawaii nei. Fitting youths were sought and some were found, however, some of them reconsidered, and left was the young Kaulukou. This young one strove in his essay to show his preparedness to enter into Yale University.

This Hawaiian youth is blessed to receive this benevolent assistance from the haole friends, showing their desire to help Hawaiians. There is much of this type of assistance given to Hawaiian youngsters in the schools of Hawaii nei, and there are a number of youths making it on their own these days. The only right thing for Hawaii’s youth to do is to try hard to pursue an education like this, and perhaps you may obtain this sort of thing, blessings from above.

[Check out this biography of Abraham Gilbert Kaulukou by Hank Soboleski found in the Garden Island, 9/23/2012.]

(Kuokoa, 7/18/1902, p. 1)

E HOLO ANA I KE A'O KANAWAI MA AMERIKA.

Ka Nupepa Kuokoa, Buke XL, Helu 29, Aoao 1. Iulai 18, 1902.

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2 thoughts on “Abraham Kaulukou to study law at Yale, 1902.

  1. I was just looking at information on him in The Garden Island newspaper from 1950; he became the equivalent of the attorney general for Kaua’i during the Territorial years.

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