Hawaiian sailors, victims of the Shenandoah, 1865.

Alas for the Hawaiian Sailors.

This past Thursday, a Whaling Ship came in, with some men from the ships that were captured by the ship Shenandoah [Kenadoa]. It brought the victims of the ships which were burned. They were 52 in total, and four of them were taken to the Hospital. These are their names: Continue reading

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Hawaiians in California, 1865.

[Found under: “HUNAHUNA MEA HOU O HAWAII NEI.”]

Letter from California.—We have a letter from California written by L. H. Kapua, talking about them being overcome by calamity at the river of Tuolumne. Three of them died: Miss Hana Keinonui, Aarona Kealaia, and J. Huli. Continue reading