Aloha Oe Maha Oi Haole

Farewell to all evil white men!


Who is the blame of the overthrow of the Hawaiian Kingdom in 1893? President McKinley and Minister John L. Stevens!

Historical Significance

Hawaii was overthrowed by illegal force. By this it changed all of Hawaii. Hawaii at first did not care for money or owning land, instead they shared the land with eachother and offer people food and shelter. When Kamehameha I first united the lands, he was influnced by foreign traveler, changing the way they lived. Since the first travelers came to Hawaii, Hawaiian population decreased. Throughout the years, Hawaii had many foreign influnces which caused the overthrow. This is Impportant because America took the land by force for their own wantings in Pearl Habor. This is significance because Americans wanted more land, in which they just took it from a small nation.

Is Hawai'i Legally and Lawfully a State of the Union?

No, Hawaii is not legally and lawfully a state of the union. This is because America overthrew the Hawaiian Monarchy. They used illegal military forces, blamed from Minister John L. Stevens because he wanted to annex Hawaii. Around the 20th century the United States apologized to Hawaiians for the wrong doings of the happening of the overthrow. Hawaii should not be a state of the United States.

Supplemental Information

This is the business men that was made up of the Commitee of safety. They were all part of the annexation of Hawaii, and were the ones to blame of the overthrow. They all were part of this cabin, but they were not citizens of Hawaii, but was citizen of the United States.
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