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Native Hawaiian workers mistreated on sugar plantations
Hawaiian monarch divides land; paves way for foreign ownership
... and the ‘ali‘i ‘ali‘i (chiefs) of Hawai‘i was recorded
Hawai‘i regulates Asian immigrant labor
Chinese workers come to Hawai‘i
... smoking opium. Smoking opium became a problem in Hawai‘i; the government began regulating the growing industry in ...
Japanese and other foreign workers enter Hawai‘i
Japanese laborers arrive in Hawai‘i, followed by Korean workers in 1903, and Filipino workers in 1906.
Sugar industry booms; resources abused
Hawai‘i’s sugar industry booms and becomes incredibly profitable after the Kingdom of Hawai‘i enters into ...
Hawai‘i’s last monarch is crowned
Businessmen call on U.S. military to invade Hawai‘i
... Queen Liliu‘okalani of being a “revolutionary” against Hawai‘i. None is Native Hawaiian; all are white plantation ...
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 ...
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