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American whalers, traders, and Christian missionaries began to visit and settle in the kingdom of Hawaii.
In 1840, American advisors helped King Kamehameha III produce Hawaii's first written constitution.
By 1842, the United States had developed regular diplomatic relations with Hawaii and supported its status as an independent country.
After King David Kalakaua ascended the throne in 1874, Hawaii and the United States signed a trade agreement lifting some restrictions on exporting Hawaiian sugar to the United States.
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