Hawaii 1 - Eisenreich and Lorah
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On the way to East Asia, American Merchants used Hawaii as a stop in the 1790s.
Churches and schools were built by missionaries on the island. This made Hawaii civilized.
Sugar cane was was established in plantations.
King Kalakuna amended Hawaii's voting rights in 1887.
The U.S. created a tariff stopping Hawaiians from making sugar cane for an efficant price.
Queen Liliuokalani removed the constitution that gave the white minority power. American Planters responded quickly and over threw the queen.
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