Hawaii's Princess Ka'iulani in London, 1895 She was born October 16, 1875 in Honolulu, she was named (in part) after Queen Victoria, she spoke several languages fluently, and her name means “the royal sacred one” in Hawaiian. Princess Victoria Ka’iulani was the last crown princess of the Kingdom of Hawaii.
King Lunalilo, born William Lunalilo, became king of the Hawaiian Islands on 8 January 1873 after the death of King Kamehameha V. He was chosen by the Hawaiian legislature over David Kalakaua. He died on 3 February 1874 of tuberculosis after being on the throne for just over one year. He was followed by King Kalakaua
Liliʻuokalani; September 2, 1838 – November 11, 1917), was the last monarch and only queen regnant of the Kingdom of Hawaii. She was also known as Lydia Kamakaʻeha Pākī, with the chosen royal name of Liliʻuokalani, and her married name was Lydia K. Dominis.
Queen Liliuokalani~~her 1881 visit to Kalaupapa, while still Princess Lydia Liliuokalani, persuaded her to share her enlightening and sympathetic experience with the world and publicly praise Father Damien's ministry, which soon raised international awareness of Damien's missionary work, inspiring private philanthropists and religious organizations in America and Europe to provide donations of considerable money and supplies--including food, clothes and medicine for the colony.
President Bush being informed of the attack on the Twin Towers 9-11 #NeverForget #911 #Remembering911 9/11/2001
Queen Victoria Kamāmalu Ka‘ahumanu IV (1838–1866), was Kuhina Nui of Hawai‘i and its crown princess. Although not agreed upon by most, she was the first female to become the monarch of Hawai‘i, reigning for a day in November 30, 1863. Named Wikolia Kamehamalu Keawenui Ka‘ahumanu-a-Kekūanaō‘a and also named Kalehelani Kiheahealani, she was mainly referred to as Victoria Kamāmalu or Ka‘ahumanu IV, when addressing her as the Kuhina Nui.
The first and last Queen of Hawaii: Tragic life of Liliuokalani, whose reign over paradise island lasted just two years