Hawaiian History Era 3-Part II

Hawaiian History Era 3-Part II
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  • One of his greatest accomplishments was writing the Constitution of 1840.
  • This constitution promised a representative government with elected officials and a court system.
  • It also guaranteed religious freedom and claimed that land was not owned. Instead, Kauikeaouli stewarded it for his people's benefit.
  • On February 10, 1843 Lord George Paulet of Britain temporarily claims Hawaii by threatening the king.
  • When Britain received word of Paulet's actions a few months later, they apologized and recognized Kauikeaouli as an independent sovereign of Hawaii.
  • "Ua mau ke ea o ka ʻaina i ka pono. The sovereignty of the land of perpetuated in righteousness." -Kamehameha III
  • On April 8, 1854, Kauikeaouli delivers his final speech in front of the Legislature next to his wife, Queen Kalama. He dies on December 15, 1854, serving longer than any other Hawaiian monarch.
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