The Statue of Liberty was dedicated by Grover Cleveland on October 28, 1886. That year, John Pemberton began selling a mixture of cocaine and caffeine at Jacob’s Pharmacy in Atlanta, Georgia; it was called Coca Cola. From 1850 to 1886 Geronimo joined with members of three other Chiricahua Apache bands to carry out numerous raids as well as resistance to US and Mexican military campaigns in the northern Mexico. The National Geographic Society was founded on January 27, 1888. In 1888, George Eastman introduced the Kodak No 1, a simple Box Camera. That year, Scottish Inventor John Boyd Dunlop patented the first practical inflatable tire. The Eiffel Tower was opened on March 31, 1889.
On June 21, 1887, Britain celebrated the Golden Jubilee of Queen Victoria, Queen Kapiʻolani and Princess Lili‘uokalani attended. They left the Islands under stress. Liliʻuokalani and Kalākaua’s sister, Miriam Likelike, wife of Archibald Cleghorn and mother of Princess Kaʻiulani, died on February 2, 1887. On June 30, 1887, the Honolulu Rifles demanded that King Kalākaua dismiss his cabinet and the Hawaiian League presented King Kalākaua with a new constitution. Kalākaua signed the constitution under threat of use of force, The Bayonet Constitution. On July 30, 1889, Robert William Wilcox led a rebellion to restore the rights of the monarchy, two years after the Bayonet Constitution had left King Kalākaua a mere ﬁgurehead.