Princess Kaiulani Named Successor to the Throne

This month in history — March 9, 1891 — Queen Liliuokalani proclaimed her niece Princess Kaiulani the successor to the Hawaiian throne. Outside, the Hawaiian battery and U.S. warships fired a royal salute. In the streets of Honolulu, heralds shouted in Hawaiian and English that Kaiulani is the heir apparent.

Read more about it in “The Succession: Princess Kaiulani Proclaimed Successor to the Hawaiian Throne.”

“The Succession: Princess Kaiulani Proclaimed Successor to the Hawaiian Throne”
The Daily bulletin, March 9, 1891
http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn82016412/1891-03-09/ed-1/seq-2/

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One Comment on “Princess Kaiulani Named Successor to the Throne”

  1. […] Princess Kaiulani’s guardian, Theo accompanied the kingdom’s heir apparent when she studied in England for four years and traveled around the United States. During the latter […]


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