HWST107 Midterm III

  1. President who OK's annexation?
  2. "First Contact": how many women with babies by white men?
    • 2
    • (** 3)
  3. What was John Doe vs. Kamehameha about?
    non-Hawaiian at Kamehameha
  4. Hui Aloha Aina was formed to support the queen and
    prevent annexation
  5. To bring fish into a bay, you need
    fresh water
  6. 1st president of the Provisional Gov.?
    Sanford Dole

    (e.c.** Brother= James Dole)
  7. Who was the blunt report for?
    President Cleveland
  8. What is the bases of this class by your Kumu?
    Remember who you are and where you came from.
  9. The islands called the federated states are located in
  10. Island, "First Contact"
    Papua New Guinea
  11. What is the translation of Ka Lahui Hawaii?
    The Hawaiian People
  12. phases of the moon used for?
    Fishing, farming, celebration of life.
  13. Besides the US, who were the other colonizers?
    French & British
  14. What ali'i trust donates land to other trusts?
    Bishop Estate
  15. When did sugar planters petition for a reciprocity treaty?
  16. from 1778 - 1823, a span of 45 years, what was the percentage of the population decline?
  17. One of three charges against queen liliuokalani for treason was
    proposed new const.

    • **Knew about rebellion
    • **arms in palace
  18. From what island was the first non-hawaiian student admitted to kamehameha school-kapalama?
  19. Resolution that lead to annexation?
    Newland Resolution
  20. Kellogs cereal box was used by the natives to make a ____?
    head dress
  21. Bayonet Const. forced Kalakaua to lose ____
    executive power
  22. Another word for marketing
  23. Result of the reciprocity treaty?
    Pearl HArbor
  24. How many trust funds do we have in Hawai'i?
    • 5:
    • -Kapiolani women's and children's health center trust fund
    • -Queens Medical Center trust fund
    • -Bishop Estate
    • -Queen Liliuokalani children's center
    • -Lunalilo trust fund
  25. How long did sugar dominate in HI?
    160 years
  26. What island is the cpt. cook monument on?
    Hawai'i BIG Island
  27. How many signatures?
  28. When did the negotiation begin for the compact of free association with the US?
  29. How many diseases came with the foreigners?
    • 9
    • Leprosy
    • Syphillis
    • Measles
    • Plague
    • TB
    • Small Pox
    • Gonorrhea
  30. What war made hawaiis sugar lucrative to american planters?
    civil war
  31. What trade replaces Sandalwood trade?
  32. Robert Wilcox's rebellion was to restore
    Bayonette Const. (1864)
  33. Where was the first location for Lunalilo Home?
    Roosevelt High
  34. What god did the hawaiians believe cpt. cook was?
  35. What is the blunt report?
    False accusations against the kingdom
  36. What island is your kumu from?
  37. When did sugar planters start taking water from the waiole ditch?
  38. What year were hawaiian language schools outlawed?
  39. leadership and social organizations in indigenous societies like economy tend to be?
    communal & traditional
  40. water on leeward side of O'ahu
    artesian water
  41. Blunt report is housed in
    Library of Congress
  42. To bring fish into a bay, you need
    fresh water
  43. Where was Queen Lili'uokalani held prisoner?
    Iolani Palace

    **8 months
  44. The other canoe that sailed with Hokule'a was made for?
    Mau Pi'ailu

    (e.c. ***canoe was to be a school)
  45. Blunt's full name?
    James H. Blunt
  46. What contract did hawaiians have before written language?
  47. Who led the overthrow of Queen Liliuokalani?
    Lorrin Thurston
  48. Where did King Kalakaua die?
  49. Kuleana Act
    U.S. Responsibility of the Hawaiian people
  50. Fresh and salt water produces what?
    • Limu
    • **Brackish water
  51. Name the trust fund set up by our Ali'is.
    Kapiolani Women and Childrens ?
  52. hawaiian language skills outlawd
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HWST107 Midterm III