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Historical Collections of The Hawaiian Islands
" Keepers of the Culture "
A study in time of the Hawaiian Islands
by Darlene E. Kelley
donkeyskid@msn.com

Table of Contents
Influence of Foreigners on the ancients

Part 1 - The Ancients, How They lived.
Part 2 - The Ancients, How they lived. The coming of Foreigners to Hawaii
Part 3 - The Ancients, The coming of Foreigners to Hawaii
Part 4 - The Ancients, The coming of Foreigners to Hawaii
Part 5 - The Ancients, The coming of Foreigners to Hawaii
Part 6 - The Ancients, Influence of Capt. George Vancouver and Great Britain.
Part 7 - The Ancients, Foreign Relations and Kamehameha. The Russians and Dr. Scheffer.
Part 8 - The Ancients, Year of the turning Point -- death of the King -- Heir to the throne, Liholiho. Abolition of the Kapu System.
Part 9 - The Revolution - Aspects of the traditional religion and Kapu System.
Part 10 - A new Religion Impossed -- A new Concept and Influence. Henry Obookiah (Opukahaia) Missionaries.
Part 11 - A new Religion, A new Concept and Influence, Missionaries.
Part 12 - a New Religion, Missionaries and their Influence on the Hawaiians.
Part 13 - A New Religion, Missionaries and their Influence and education.
Part 14 - A New Religion, Missionaries and their Influence and schools.
Part 15 - A New Religion, Religious results on the Hawaiian.
Part 16 - Whaling, Whalers influence, Lord Byron and New laws
Part 17 - Law Making [in the beginning], Reactions of foreigners.
Part 18 - Law Enforcement [in the beginning], Kaahumanu's Successor
Part 19 - The Thirties, Difficulties with Foreigners
Part 20 - The Thirties, Catholic Missionaries, Foreiegn demands
Part 21 - Birth of a Constitutional Government, Influenced by Foreigners, William Richards in service of the King.
Part 22 - Birth of a Constitutional Governement, Declaration of Rights and Laws 1839, Liquior Legislation, Religious Toleration, French Treaty of 1839
Part 23 - Constitution of 1840, Impact on the Hawaiians

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