Posted: March 6, 2017 Filed under: Articles, Deaths, Teasers
Today in history — March 6, 1899 — Princess Victoria Kaiulani left the world at 23 years old. Surrounded by her loved ones, the apparent heir to the throne of the Hawaiian Kingdom died of rheumatism. The Hawaiian Gazette described Kaiulani’s popularity:
Kaiulani was the idol of the natives. The mourning will be deep and general. With the foreign population the young lady was a great favorite. She was a leader in social affairs and charitable enterprises.
Read more about her death and life in the article “Death Calls the Princess.”
“Death Calls the Princess”
Hawaiian gazette, March 7, 1899, Image 1