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  1. 1926
    Funding to improve newborn survival reaches Hawai‘i
    ... and Infancy Act to include the Territory of Hawai‘i. The federal government provides matching funds to programs ...
  2. 1959
    Hawai‘i becomes a state; Native Hawaiian program funded
    Hawai‘i becomes the 50th of the United States. By the terms of the federal Hawaiian Admission Act, the state of Hawai‘i assumes trust responsibility for Native Hawaiians. The Act ...
  3. 1941
    Hawai‘i under martial law; U.S. military takes sacred lands
    Japan bombs Pearl Harbor at Honolulu, Hawai‘i. The United States declares war on Japan and enters World War II. The U.S. places the Territory of Hawai‘i under ...
  4. 1951
    No tuberculosis deaths reported in Hawai‘i
    ... antibiotics and other care for tuberculosis patients in Hawai‘i helped public health officials gain control of the ...
  5. 1930s
    Heart disease, cancer replace infectious diseases as leading causes of death in Hawai‘i
  6. 1939
    Hawaiian Bureau of Mental Hygiene is established
    ... Honolulu Chamber of Commerce, the territorial legislature of Hawai‘i funds the Bureau of Mental Hygiene and places ...
  7. 1946
    Deadly tsunami leads to establishment of warning center
    ... Hawaiian Islands. At Hilo on the Island of Hawai‘i, it kills more than 100 people and causes $ ... Pacific Tsunami Warning Center, Ewa Beach, Hawai‘i
  8. 1930
    Hawaiian Bureau of Public Health Nursing established
    Hawai‘i establishes the Bureau of Public Health Nursing. ... Hawai‘i
  9. 1921
    Congress sets aside land for Native Hawaiian homesteading
    ... Native Hawaiians living on the Big Island of Hawai‘i concerning the taking of their land by agricultural ...
  10. 1965
    Native Hawaiian herbalists lose licensing
    The state of Hawai‘i abolishes the Hawaiian Medicine Board, leaving Native Hawaiian herbalists without a licensing agency. However, the Board of Massage steps ...
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