Today’s ‘Timeline Tuesday’ takes us through the 1820s – arrival of the missionaries (Protestant & Catholic,) death of Keōpūolani, Liholiho and Kamāmalu. We look at what was happening in Hawai‘i during this time period and what else was happening around the rest of the world.
A Comparative Timeline illustrates the events with images and short phrases. This helps us to get a better context on what was happening in Hawai‘i versus the rest of the world. I prepared these a few years ago for a planning project. (Ultimately, they never got used for the project, but I thought they might be on interest to others.)
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HIRAM RESPICIO says
I’m glad you’ve included a timeline which reflects a greater understanding of the historical context of Hawai’i.
LeRoy Brilhante says
Do you have timeline for December1941.
Period after Pearl Harbor?
Thanks for contribution to history of Hawaii!