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Old 07-30-2013, 02:36 PM
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Abigail Kawananakoa pushes for new crypt at Mauna 'Ala | Local News - Home
Land board approves burial crypt for Abigail Kawananakoa | Local News - Home

I hate how the Hawaiian news stations call her an "adoptive" person making everyone think she is a white woman adopted into the royal family trying to buy herself into the royal tombs when she clearly has the lineage. She is the biological granddaughter of Prince David Kawananakoa, the nephew of Queen Kapiolani and King Kalakaua, and she was adopted or hanai to her grandmother the elder Princess Abigail Campbell Kawananakoa. Princess Abigail Kawananakoa is probably the last high key Hawaiian royal who lives a near-to-royal lifestyle left in Hawaii and the last Kawananakoa without a disputed lineage since her aunt was considered illegitimate by Prince David Kawananakoa.
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Old 07-30-2013, 02:50 PM
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The Family (s) are still there, and obviously the more well-off of the natives, in Fact... Much like Royal Families from other countries. Keep in mind the Queen of Spain is from the no longer ruling Greek Royal family. The last German King lived and died in the Netherlands.... I still wonder what happened to the rest of that branch of royals.
Only a few royals are well off. Very few royal lands are in royal hands anymore. The Kawananakoa family own land from the Campbell Estates inherited from their haole ancestors who earned and bought the lands through business. The further you go down the less money the family has and the more civilian they become.

Most of the lands of the Hawaiian monarchs were turn into charitable estates like Liliuokalani Children Trust, Kamehameha Schools from the lands of the Kamehameha dynasty, The Queen's Medical Center funded from Queen Emma's former estates, and Lunalilo Home funded by Lunalilo's remaining lands (I don't think there is much left due to poor management).
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Old 07-30-2013, 02:58 PM
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Loved, loved,loved Hawaii Nui as always. Nothing royal artifact wise (small museum on the 'settlers' in Lahaina) on Maui, but loads of fun. Palace on the Big Island, which is quite modest by european standards. Restaurant wise...Roy's wherever there is one! Unbelievably great night manta ray scuba with 36 swooping and looping back and forth in 30 feet of water where you sit on the bottom and shine the light up into the dark water to attract the plankton they feed on. OK I can go back right now! The last time we were here it was whale season (spring) and you could see them breeching with their calves. It's amazing how little of each island is developed compaired to a caribbean island.
You missed out on Mokuula, the royal island compound they are trying to restore, and Waiola Church, where Queen Keopuolani, Princess Nahienaena and King Kaumualii are bury, when you were in Lahaina. Also he foundation of Kamehameha the Great's brick palace. All Hawaiian palaces were modest. I think when Iolani Palace was built, it was smaller than many mansions in San Francisco at the time.
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Old 07-30-2013, 02:59 PM
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Eleanor Kawananakoa, left, Liz Kawananakoa, Princess Dialta Alliata di Montereale, Diane von Fürstenberg, Wanda Watumull and Marion Philpotts-Miller. (Photo courtesy Princess Dialta Alliata di Montereale)

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Liz Kawnanakaoa is the wife of Quentin Kawnanakaoa and Eleanor Kawnanakaoa is the wife of Quentin's brother David Kawnanakaoa.
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This video was made by Kincaid Kawananakoa, the son of Quentin Kawananakoa. Go to youtube and notice the first comment. I would hate to have been him growing up. He must have been made fun a lot for his family's former royal status.
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Princess Regina Kawananakoa of Hawaii

Princess Regina divorced her first husband, Jim Bartels and some sources say that she re-married in 1991 Samuel Sanchez but I have never seen a picture of the Princess with this man? Did she re- marry and if so are they still married?
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The only information I'm finding is that she was married to Bartels till his death in 2003 but that info could be wrong.

Edited to add: Yes, I think the info is wrong. It does seem that they divorced. Try looking through this genealogical list:

http://www.royalark.net/Hawaii/hawaii10.htm
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who is she ? princess from Hawai?
when was the kingdom Haiwai abloshid?
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The kingdom of Hawaii was illegally overthrown in 1893 with Queen Liliuokalani being forced to abdicate in 1895. The princess previously referred to is the sister of the current head of the family, Prince Quentin Kawananakoa.
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Truly terrible what happened to the Kingdom of Hawaii...

I sincerely hope that someday soon the Monarchy is restored, in some fashion, maybe as the royal family of the United States!!
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Princess Regina divorced her first husband, Jim Bartels and some sources say that she re-married in 1991 Samuel Sanchez but I have never seen a picture of the Princess with this man? Did she re- marry and if so are they still married?
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Can't find one with Sanchez. But here is local story about Gina Kawananakoa.
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Old 05-26-2014, 03:24 AM
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Quentin and Liz Kawananakoa, with their sons Kincaid, left, and Riley in October of 2013.
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Rumors Surrounding Princess Kaiulani's Engagement

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US Gov't propose path to sovereignty

With the federal government allowing native Hawaiians to form their own government similar to those of Native Americans, I wonder if the monarchy will be restored as part of the new government.

Federal government proposes new path to sovereignty - Hawaii News Now - KGMB and KHNL

This does not mean the US is pulling out of Hawaii, but Native Hawaiians will have their own government that will, presumably, have a government to government relationship with the feds.
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Old 09-29-2015, 05:38 PM
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With the federal government allowing native Hawaiians to form their own government similar to those of Native Americans, I wonder if the monarchy will be restored as part of the new government.

Federal government proposes new path to sovereignty - Hawaii News Now - KGMB and KHNL

This does not mean the US is pulling out of Hawaii, but Native Hawaiians will have their own government that will, presumably, have a government to government relationship with the feds.

Theoretically couldn't they arrange it like the Maori monarchy in New Zeeland as ceremonial figureheads without any political power?


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Theoretically couldn't they arrange it like the Maori monarchy in New Zeeland as ceremonial figureheads without any political power?


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Hawaii will remain part of the US, so the monarchy would only be able to rule over the Native Hawaiians. I suppose they could have political power, but it would be up to the Native Hawaiians to decide, not the federal government. I think.
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Old 09-30-2015, 06:33 AM
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Hawaii will remain part of the US, so the monarchy would only be able to rule over the Native Hawaiians. I suppose they could have political power, but it would be up to the Native Hawaiians to decide, not the federal government. I think.

Yes that's what I meant, them having some ceremonial or cultural roles as heads of the community. Are Native American chieftains (if there still are any) official heads of their tribes?


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Native Hawaiians have been fighting for their rights and their lands for years. As they continue to loose their language and their ability to do anything in their communities. It's heart wrenching to see how beautiful parts of Hawaii are but to know that they can't afford to live here ( last year 1,700+ families left Hawaii stating its too fanatically difficult to make here. According to The Honolulu Advertiser). It's sad to know that Molokai has hardly any jobs but has maybe 7,000 people living there. Native Hawaiians are 'endangered' their language their land and their people. Click image for larger version

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