American sailors are taught Hawaiian history, 1925.


In the grounds of the palace on the night of Saturday, the 6th of this coming June, there will be pageants put on in the palace grounds pertaining to the rise of King Kauikeaouli  to the throne of Hawaii nei along with the appearance of his entire royal court; this will be arranged by the Mamakakaua Society headed by Mrs. Ahuena Taylor.

The pageant will be held for the benefit of the men of the fleet of American warships while they are spending time in this town, so that they obtain some knowledge of the nature of the governing of Hawaii nei i the time of the kingdom.

There will also be speeches presented that night by selected people, and amongst them is Governor Farrington.

This performance will be open to all, without charge; and if there are concerns amongst the Hawaiians that they will be charged, put an end to your worries by going down and witness everything that will be shown at that time.

(Kuokoa, 5/28/1925, p. 2)


Ka Nupepa Kuokoa, Buke LXIV, Helu 22, Aoao 2. Mei 28, 1925.

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