Chapter 2 Response - Kyle Ah Loo II Honors Hawaiian History Kumu ʻUmi 12 March 2019 Chapter 2 Response In accordance with Kamehameha I’s will his

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Kyle Ah Loo, II Honors Hawaiian History Kumu ʻ Umi 12 March 2019 Chapter 2 Response In accordance with Kamehameha I’s will, his favorite wife, Ka ʻ ahumanu, became his Prime Minister, replacing Kalanimōkū. The term Prime Minister was later replaced with Premier, and Kālaimoku was replaced with Kuhina Nui, which translated to Premier. Kamehameha I passed away on the 8th of May 1819, and so Liholiho, also known as Kamehameha II, who was decreed heir to the throne in 1809 by his father, started to radically change Hawaiian society, eliminating the religious laws that once governed the Hawaiian Kingdom in favor of chiefly laws for governance. Most prominently, and perhaps, given that time period’s culture controversially, he abolished
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  • Fall '18
  • Umi Perkins
  • Kingdom of Hawaii, History of Hawaii, Kamehameha I, Kamehameha III, Kamehameha II, Keopuolani

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