Posted: November 28, 2016 Filed under: Articles, Day in History, Holidays, Holidays, Kingdom of Hawaii, Royalty, Teasers | Tags: Kamehameha IV
Today in history — November 28, 1860 — The Hawaiian Kingdom celebrated La Kuokoa o Hawaii nei. This national holiday commemorated France and the United Kingdom’s recognizing Hawaii as an independent state and “civilized” nation in 1843.
King Kamehameha IV received congratulations from consuls of the United States, the United Kingdom, and France. Read more about it in “Reception at the Palace.”
“Reception at the Palace”
Polynesian, December 1, 1860, Image 2