Hawaiian Newspapers, Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow.

For a long time, I was sure that anybody who was interested in Hawaiian moolelo, whether it be language, or history, or mele, or kaao, or genealogy, or education, or winds/rains, or thought would know that there are online generations and generations of newspapers available online, whether it be in English (at http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/) or Hawaiian (at http://papakilodatabase.com/pdnupepa/cgi-bin/pdnupepa?a=q). It seems that I was wrong.

If you have by chance to an opportunity to spread the word that there are available word-searchable Hawaiian newspapers that you can look through for different ways to look at history, please do.

It is time that we look at history in different ways.

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List of ruling chiefs, 1889.

ALII OF HAWAII NEI.

Here below is a list of the Ruling Chiefs who reigned on their own lands, starting from the eleventh century to the nineteenth.

Pilikaeae ….. from A. D. 1095 to 1120
Kukohau ….. ” ” 1120 to 1145
Kaniuhi ….. ” ” 1145 to 1170
Kanipahu ….. ” ” 1170 to 1195
Kalapana (including the usurping in the time of Kamaiole) from A. D. 1195 to 1220
Kahaimoelea ….. ” ” 1220 to 1260
Kalaunuiohua ….. ” ” 1260 to 1300
Kuaiwa ….. ” ” 1300 to 1340
Kahoukapu ….. ” ” 1340 to 1380
Kauholanuimahu ….. ” ” 1380 to 1415
Kiha ….. ” ” 1415 to 1455
Liloa ….. ” ” 1455 to 1485
Hakau ….. ” ” 1485 to 1490
Umi ….. ” ” 1490 to 1525 Continue reading