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  1. 1831
    Ka‘ahumanu orders Catholic missionaries out of Hawai‘i
    ... who has fought against the kapu tradition in Hawai‘i and accepted the Protestant Congregationalist missionaries in Honolulu ...
  2. 1898
    U.S. annexes Hawai‘i; seizes land; suppresses healers
    The U.S. annexes Hawai‘i and seizes royal and government lands. Launching aggressive assimilation policies, the U.S. outlaws traditional healers known as kahuna . Punishments ...
  3. 1843
    Hawai‘i’s independence recognized
    ... the independence and sovereignty of the Hawaiian Kingdom. (Hawai‘i Pono‘ī, “Key Points in Hawaiian History.”)
  4. 1905
    Native Hawaiian healing practices are outlawed
    ... the government of the U.S. Territory of Hawai‘i outlaws them. It seeks to suppress the practice ... The Revised Laws of Hawai‘i, Chapter 89, Section 1077, outlaws Hawaiian Native healers, known as kahuna .
  5. 1891
    Hawai‘i’s last monarch is crowned
  6. 1840
    Hawaiian Constitution established
    ... Chiefs and a group of Western advisors, establishes Hawai‘i’s first Constitution. The document provides Hawaiian citizens ...
  7. 1896
    Hawaiian language restricted
    Republic of Hawai‘i lawmakers demand that students in both public and private schools be taught only in English rather than Hawaiian, ...
  8. 1900
    Native Hawaiians oppose U.S. annexation
    ... and President William McKinley signs it into law. Hawai‘i becomes a territory of the U.S., with ... Hawai‘i
  9. 1884
    Hawaiian children promised education
    ... Kamehameha Schools for the education of Hawaiian children. (Hawai‘i Pono‘ī, “Key Points in Hawaiian History.”)
  10. 1909
    Queen seeks to help Hawaiian orphans
    ... of Trust to include destitute children as well. (Hawai‘i Pono‘ī, “Key Points in Hawaiian History.”) ... Hawai‘i
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