Yearly Archives: 2019

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Fall 2019 Lecture – Reclaiming Kalākaua

Known as the “Merrie Monarch,” King David Kalākaua was acknowledged to a far greater degree for his keen intellect, marked efficiency, and sophisticated diplomacy by nineteenth- century Hawaiian- and English-language publications. Reading from Reclaiming Kalākaua, Dr. Tiffany Lani Ing will examine the mōʻī’s genealogy of misrepresentation and seek to present […]

Summer Holidays and Other Closures

Friday, June 28th – Staff and Intern Huakaʻi Thursday, July 4th – Independence Day Thursday, August 1st – Intern Hoʻike (Afternoon research appointments may be available, please email to inquire.) Friday, August 16th – Statehood Day The Hawaiian Historical Society will be closed on the dates listed above. We apologize […]