Posted: November 16, 2017 Filed under: Articles, Birthdays, Day in History, Kalakaua, Teasers
Happy Birthday, King Kalakaua! Today in history–November 16, 1917–Honolulu quietly observed his birthday while mourning the death of his sister Queen Liliuokalani. Kalakaua might be no more, but the “Merry Monarch’s” legacy through hula and boat races live on.
Read more about it in “King Kalakaua’s Birthday Today.”
“King Kalakaua’s Birthday Today”
Honolulu star-bulletin, Nov. 16, 1917, Page 2
Posted: November 11, 2017 Filed under: Articles, Day in History, Deaths, Kingdom of Hawaii, Liliuokalani, Royalty, Teasers
100 years ago today — November 11, 1917 — Queen Liliuokalani died. Dressed in a holoku of borcaded duchesse satin trimmed with rose-point lace, her body rested in state on a yellow-draped koa table in Kawaiahao Church. Hundreds of people went to pay tribute to Hawaii’s former head of state.
Read more about it in “Body of Hawaii’s Queen Rests in State.”
“Body of Hawaii’s Queen Rests in State”
Honolulu star-bulletin, November 13, 1917, Image 2
Posted: November 3, 2017 Filed under: Articles, Day in History, Kuhio, Mainland US Newspapers, Royalty, Teasers
This week in history – November 1903 — Prince Jonah Kuhio Kalanianaole and his wife were asked to leave a theatre box because he was a “negro.” Read more about it in “Kuhio Ordered from Theater Box.”
“Kuhio Ordered from Theater Box”
Pacific commercial advertiser, November 14, 1903, Page 8, Image 9