Bonin Islands and Hawaiians abroad, 1830 / 2014.

ADVENTURERS IN HAWAII WENT TO SETTLE BONIN ISLANDS IN 1830

Historical Work Soon to Be Published Will Contain Letters From Honolulans

New and interesting facts concerning the conditions and history of the Hawaiian Islands during the first few decades of last century are promised in a history of the Bonin Islands which will be published in October by Constable London.

One feature is the tale of how the British consul in Honolulu in 1830 sent out a band of colonists to settle the Bonin Islands an attempt at colonizing the tiny archipelago for the British Empire which was destined to failure, for the islands now belong to Japan.

The book is by Rev. L. B. Cholmondeley, honorary chaplain of the British embassy at Tokio, who was for many years in charge of the mission at the Bonin group, and has since made frequent visits there. Continue reading

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Roster Legislatures of Hawaii, 1841–1918.

ROSTER
LEGISLATURES OF HAWAII
1841–1918

CONSTITUTIONS OF MONARCHY AND REPUBLIC

SPEECHES OF SOVEREIGNS AND PRESIDENT

COMPILED FROM THE OFFICIAL RECORDS

BY

ROBERT C. LYDECKER

LIBRARIAN, PUBLIC ARCHIVES

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE BOARD OF

COMMISSIONERS OF PUBLIC ARCHIVES

C. P. IAUKEA
Chairman and Executive Officer

A. G. M. ROBERSTON

M. M. SCOTT
Commissioners

Honolulu:
The Hawaiian Gazette Co., Ltd.
1918

[This is a great reference on various information about the Legislature of Hawaii from 1841 all the way to 1918! It can be found word-searchable online here!!]

 

ROSTER LEGISLATURE OF HAWAII 1841–1914

ROSTER LEGISLATURE OF HAWAII 1841–1914