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Old 03-21-2011, 08:39 PM
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After princess kaiulani are there other hawaiian royals existing today? Why can't they at least be a constitutional monarchy.
Giving up Hawaii is a part of the United States, and you, as you stated, are from the United States, your question seems a little weird...
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After princess kaiulani are there other hawaiian royals existing today?
The Kawananakoa family and the Wilcox Laanui family are the only one that really have the closest tie to any of the past kings of Hawaii genealogically. There are many other people who descends from other kings and chiefs of pre-unification Hawaii.

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Why can't they at least be a constitutional monarchy.
Hawaii is a state in the US where monarchy is outlawed. Being an American you should probably know that. And Hawaii was a constitutional monarchy anyway when it was in existance and that didn't prevented its overthrown.

PS: Check out this video Homes of Hawaiian Royalty on Vimeo and Category:Royal residences in Hawaii - Wikimedia Commons about Hawaii's royal residences and palaces.
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Old 03-23-2011, 06:35 PM
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What happened to princess kaiulani after the monarchy was abolished?and why did the people of Hawaii love her so much
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Old 03-26-2011, 06:07 AM
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What happened to princess kaiulani after the monarchy was abolished?and why did the people of Hawaii love her so much
Well she went to speak to President Cleveland at Washington DC for his help restoring the monarchy, although it didn't succeed. She finished her education in England and return to Hawaii in 1897. She became a private citizen of the Republic of Hawaii and the United States. She was engaged to Prince David Kawananakoa in February 3, 1898. (The Kaiulani Movie never mention her relation with Koa and instead fantasizes a make believe romance between her and Clives Davies). But her health soon deterioated due to the lost of purpose in her existence and the many deaths of her love ones; her sister Annie Cleghorn died, her childhood friend Robert Louis Stevenson dies, and her guardian in England Theo Davies dies. She attend her friends Eva Parker's wedding in 1898 on the Big Island of Hawaii and she caught a fever after riding in the rain. She never overcome the sickness and died months later at Ainahau, her Waikiki estate. She simply gave up the will to live, and as her father Archibald said since Hawaii was no more it was fitting for Kaiulani to go as well. Her last words were either a call out for her mother, her "Papa" or for Koa.

People of Hawaii love Kaiulani because she was an ali'i or royalty. Remember three generation before Kaiulani, her ancestors were worshipped as gods by the Hawaiian people. I have never heard a single Hawaiian person speak negatively about their ali's. But Kaiulani was also a great person. She was such a crucial figure of the Kingdom of Hawaii, it's last Crown Princess and the vision of what might have been had things turn out differently.
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Photos of Marchessa Kapiolani Marignoli

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Does anyone have pictures of Princess Esther or her children? Apparently she married an Italian Marchese; making her children of both royal Hawaiian and noble European ancestry.
Here are some photos of her and her son Ducio.



Gov. Ben and Vicky Cayetano, Marquesa Kapiolani Marignoli and her nephew David Kawananakoa, and Japan's Imperial Prince Norihito Takamodo and Princess Hisako during a Hawaii-Japan tea ceremony.

http://www.midweek.com/content/paina/image_full/2394/
(seated, from left) Marchessa Kapiolani Marignoli, Rosi Rafael, Darrel Kloninger, Claire Strasser and Joan Bickson (standing) Evalani Castro Verde, Kevin Sumida, Luana Pang Ching, Hans Strasser and Judy Fong

http://www.midweek.com/content/paina/image_full/11109/
Kapiolani Marignoli, Gina Maria Caruso and Indru Watumull

http://www.midweek.com/content/paina/image_full/4666/
Iolani Palace Garden Party: Jackie Guild, Walter Guild, Lois Nottage, Rab Guild, Marchesa Kapiolani Marignoli, Ben Cassidy, Bubba Walker, Tita Stack, Peter Nottage and


La principessa Kapiolani, Marchesa Marignoli con la Principessa Claudia Ruffo di Calabria e il Marchese Nicolò Cavalcanti


Il Matchese Nicolò Cavalcanti che parla con Duccio Marignoli, con il Principe Alliata



(Nella foto Nicoletta Ercoli, Giorgio Ferrara e Duccio Marignoli)


Marchessa Kapiolani Marignoli and Princess Kapiolani Kawananakoa is in the croud.
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The story of the Hawaiian Monarchy, although it be a tragic one, has always interested me since I discovered it. I was 16 years old when I first found out that Hawaii eve nhad a monarchy in the past. I picked up a book while waiting on my parents in the library. The book was a part of the Royal Diary series that is similar to the Dear America Series. The book was entitles Kaiulani: The People's Princess, Hawaii 1889. The book, although a preteen book, was very interesting, It was set up like a diary, with young Princess Victoria Kaiulani being the writer. Of course some of the details in the book were contrived by the author, but it really got me interested in the lost story of the lost Kingdom of Hawaii and it's last Princess. Me, being a royal enthusiast since I was a toddler (my name, which is Irish, even means descendant of nobility) jumped all over the chance to learn about her and the kingdom of Hawaii. I also read the other books in the series such as the one on Queen (or Princess during the time of the book) Victoria and Elizabeth I and her sister Mary. I also read the "diaries" of the Imperial Archduchess Anastasia and the rock-star story of Marie Antoinette. Awesome series that I suggest any royal enthusiast/ fanatic, no matter what gender or age you are, to read.
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Royal Wedding buzz stirs memories of Hawaii royal history | KHON2 Hawaii's News Leader

The marriage of Prince William and Kate Middleton may be one of the biggest celebrations of the century - but 155-years ago Hawaii had its own royal wedding.The really biggest royal wedding that there was, was the wedding King Kamehameha IV and Emma which took place in June of 1856.
The couple exchanged vows at KawaiahaoChurch. A procession followed with men carrying Kahili - to signify this was a wedding of royalty.
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Europe use coats of arms.
To mark the occasion - Queen Victoria of Great Britain sent Emma a veil, which she wore on her wedding day. And the bride most likely was dressed in a white wedding dress.
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Royal Wedding buzz stirs memories of Hawaii royal history | KHON2 Hawaii's News Leader

The marriage of Prince William and Kate Middleton may be one of the biggest celebrations of the century - but 155-years ago Hawaii had its own royal wedding.The really biggest royal wedding that there was, was the wedding King Kamehameha IV and Emma which took place in June of 1856.
The couple exchanged vows at KawaiahaoChurch. A procession followed with men carrying Kahili - to signify this was a wedding of royalty.
Similar to how the nobility of Europe use coats of arms.
To mark the occasion - Queen Victoria of Great Britain sent Emma a veil, which she wore on her wedding day. And the bride most likely was dressed in a white wedding dress.
The Chinese immigrants threw a grand ball in honor of the newly wedded couple. The Chinese didn't believe in male interaction with female, other than their wives, not even touching; it must have been extremely tough for them to learn to ballroom dance and learn Western ettiquettes.





Also check this Queen Emma | Hawaiian Style Reads

Also video about her wedding dress. Why did the news report say probably white when it was white? They must have not done any research.
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I thought this was a very nice tribute video to Princess Ka'iulani

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95th King Kamehameha Day floral parade - June 11th, 2011

Hawaii celebrate the King Kamehameha Day for 95th time.
King Kamehameha Day was proclaimed in 1871 by King Kamehameha V, to honor his grandfather, King Kamehameha I.
The first King Kamehameha Day was on June 11, 1872, and it was one of the first holidays to be proclaimed when Hawaii became a state in 1959.
June 11, 2011 will be the 95th annual King Kamehameha Day in Hawaii. - Source

Kamehameha Day celebrated today and Saturday - Hawaii News - Staradvertiser.com

Events for King Kam Weekend in Honolulu 2011 - Things To Do | AlohaUpdate

Hawaii marks King Kamehameha Day with parades, cultural events. Here's where to go. by Maureen O'Connell | HAWAII Magazine
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Kamehameha Day Parade 2008


Each year on June 11th, Hawaii celebrates King Kamehameha Day with a parade on the Big Island starting in the North Kohala town of Kapa'au near where King Kamehameha the Great was born.
Traditional Pa'u riders representing the islands of Hawai'i pause at the statue of King Kamehameha I to offer a ceremonial gift (ho'okupu) as a sign of honor and respect.
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Kaiulani

Apparently Princess Kaiulani had two haole beaus and potential fiancees beside Prince David Kawananakoa. There was Captain Putnam Bradlee Strong, son of New York Mayor William Lafayette Strong, who came to Hawaii on his way to fight in the Spanish-American War over in the Philippines. He was a frequent caller at Ainahau and he and Kaiulani went horse-back riding and swimming in Waikiki until his ship sailed for Manila. He later run away with and married actress May Yohe who once wore the Hope Diamond.

And there was the New Englander Andrew Adams of the staff of The Hawaiian Star in Honolulu. Kaiulani's father especially liked Adams and asked him to stay at Ainahau and he also found a job for him as a plantation overseer. Adams and Kaiulani were really good friends and attracted to each other but they often quarreled. There is a fictional book written by Bodie Thoene called Love Finds You in Lahaina, Hawaii about Adams and Kaiulani's romance.

Makes no sense why the Kaiulani Movie had to run with the likely made up Clives Davies romance when there were two already that existed.

Can anybody find pictures of Andrew Adams or Putnam Bradlee Strong?
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Kawananakoa family

http://www.midweek.com/content/xposu...ge_full/24572/
Quentin, Kincaid, Riley and Liz Kawananakoa. December 29, 2010.

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Janet Stern, Kincaid, Liz, Riley and Quentin Kawananakoa. December 13, 2006.
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The Laanui line


Owana Salazar and daughter...
Mahana Kaahumanu Walters, both surviving descendants of any brothers of King Kamehameha I, she was Miss Hawaii Teen in 1997
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Iolani Palace targets Most Wanted - Hawaii News Now
The nation's only official royal residence is putting out a plea for priceless, missing items. Iolani Palace has created a "most wanted" list - hunting everywhere from auction houses to ebay - for new leads.
Palace employees and volunteers have been searching for some pieces for more than 40 years. They're specifically targeting furnishings from the bedrooms of King Kalakaua and Queen Kapiolani.
Thousands of items are still out there - either purchased a century ago at palace auctions, sold-off by the territorial and state governments, or handed down in families through the generations.
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Hawaiian Heritage sites set to launch on CyArk website | Hawaii 24/7
Last December, CyArk, with the help of its partners, conducted the field work for the Digital Preservation of three culturally significant Hawaiian sites.
Those sites, or wahi pana (“place(s) of significant meaning” in Hawaiian), were Hulihee Palace, which was the summer residence of the Hawaiian royal family, Ahuena Heiau, which was King Kamehameha the Great’s personal temple, and portions of the Puuhonua o Honaunau (Place of Refuge) National Park, which served as a sanctuary to those fleeing from capture or punishment.
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Princess Victoria Ka'iulani: Celebrating the Last Hawaiian Royal - Portland Travel | Examiner.com
Today marks the 136th birthday of Hawaii’s last royal member, Victoria Kaʻiulani. Yesterday, a colorful and dignified ceremony honored her memory at the Princess Kaʻiulani statue in Waikiki with songs, flowers, leis and stories of her life.
Named Victoria Kaʻiulani Kalaninuiahilapalapa Kawēkiu i Lunalilo Cleghorn, the young, Hawaiian/Scottish princess was the sole heir to the throne of the Kingdom of Hawaiʻi when it was overthrown in 1893.

Hawaii was annexed by the United States in 1898. Princess Kaʻiulani died one year later at the age of 23.
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