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Title Who Owns the Crown Lands of Hawai i
Author Jon M. Van Dyke
Publisher University of Hawaii Press
Release Date 2007-12-31
Category History
Total Pages 560
ISBN 9780824865603
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The 1846-1848 Mahele (division) transformed the lands of Hawai‘i from a shared value into private property, but left many issues unresolved. Kauikeaouli (Kamehameha III) agreed to the Mahele, which divided all land among the mō‘ī (king), the ali‘i (chiefs), and the maka‘āinana (commoners), in the hopes of keeping the lands in Hawaiian hands even if a foreign power claimed sovereignty over the Islands. The king’s share was further divided into Government and Crown Lands, the latter managed personally by the ruler until a court decision in 1864 and a statute passed in 1865 declared that they could no longer be bought or sold by the mō‘ī and should be maintained intact for future monarchs. After the illegal overthrow of the monarchy in 1893, Government and Crown Lands were joined together, and after annexation in 1898 they were managed as a public trust by the United States. At statehood in 1959, all but 373,720 acres of Government and Crown Lands were transferred to the State of Hawai‘i. The legal status of Crown Lands remains controversial and misunderstood to this day. In this engrossing work, Jon Van Dyke describes and analyzes in detail the complex cultural and legal history of Hawai‘i’s Crown Lands. He argues that these lands must be examined as a separate entity and their unique status recognized. Government Lands were created to provide for the needs of the general population; Crown Lands were part of the personal domain of Kamehameha III and evolved into a resource designed to support the mō‘ī, who in turn supported the Native Hawaiian people. The question of who owns Hawai‘i’s Crown Lands today is of singular importance for Native Hawaiians in their quest for recognition and sovereignty, and this volume will become a primary resource on a fundamental issue underlying Native Hawaiian birthrights. 64 illus., 6 maps

Title Who Owns the Crown Lands of Hawai i
Author Jon M. Van Dyke
Publisher University of Hawaii Press
Release Date 2007-12-31
Category History
Total Pages 560
ISBN 9780824832117
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The 1846-1848 Mahele (division) transformed the lands of Hawai‘i from a shared value into private property, but left many issues unresolved. Kauikeaouli (Kamehameha III) agreed to the Mahele, which divided all land among the mō‘ī (king), the ali‘i (chiefs), and the maka‘āinana (commoners), in the hopes of keeping the lands in Hawaiian hands even if a foreign power claimed sovereignty over the Islands. The king’s share was further divided into Government and Crown Lands, the latter managed personally by the ruler until a court decision in 1864 and a statute passed in 1865 declared that they could no longer be bought or sold by the mō‘ī and should be maintained intact for future monarchs. After the illegal overthrow of the monarchy in 1893, Government and Crown Lands were joined together, and after annexation in 1898 they were managed as a public trust by the United States. At statehood in 1959, all but 373,720 acres of Government and Crown Lands were transferred to the State of Hawai‘i. The legal status of Crown Lands remains controversial and misunderstood to this day. In this engrossing work, Jon Van Dyke describes and analyzes in detail the complex cultural and legal history of Hawai‘i’s Crown Lands. He argues that these lands must be examined as a separate entity and their unique status recognized. Government Lands were created to provide for the needs of the general population; Crown Lands were part of the personal domain of Kamehameha III and evolved into a resource designed to support the mō‘ī, who in turn supported the Native Hawaiian people. The question of who owns Hawai‘i’s Crown Lands today is of singular importance for Native Hawaiians in their quest for recognition and sovereignty, and this volume will become a primary resource on a fundamental issue underlying Native Hawaiian birthrights. 64 illus., 6 maps

The Crown Lands Of Hawaii by Thomas Marshall Spaulding

Title The Crown Lands of Hawaii
Author Thomas Marshall Spaulding
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1923
Category Crown lands
Total Pages 22
ISBN UOM:39015038792860
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The Rights Of My People by Neil Thomas Proto

Title The Rights of My People
Author Neil Thomas Proto
Publisher Algora Publishing
Release Date 2009
Category History
Total Pages 251
ISBN 9780875867205
Language English, Spanish, and French
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There were two battles for Hawaii's sovereignty led by Queen Liliuokalani. This book, The Rights of My People, revisits these battles - the 1893 coup d'etat and the annexation in 1898 - from a new perspective, against the backdrop of the harsh remnants of the Civil War, the missionary's disquieting view of race, and the emerging role of Hawaiian women. The Rights of My People explores the fate of the Crown lands, a quarter of the Hawaii islands, taken in the 1893 coup d'etat and contested aggressively by Liliuokalani through 1910. Woven into the story are threats of execution and assassination and the forces of bigotry, condescension, and deception she confronted. The events unfold in Honolulu, Hilo, San Francisco, Boston, and Washington, D.C. She challenged the United States before Congress repeatedly for complicity in taking the Crown lands. Finally, in the grandeur of what is now the Renwick Art Gallery, the United States Court of Claims heard and decided Liliuokalani v. United States of America.

The Great Mahele by Jon J. Chinen

Title The Great Mahele
Author Jon J. Chinen
Publisher University of Hawaii Press
Release Date 1978-06-01
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 48
ISBN 0870221256
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This is a book for attorneys, real estate brokers, students, government agencies, and anyone interested in Hawaiian history. Summarizing succinctly the events that led to the end of the feudal system of land tenure in the Islands, the author presents the reader with a clear and informative account of this important reform.Every landowner in Hawaii should be knowledgeable about the Great Mahele, an understanding of which is needed to avoid confusion about land titles and property divisions.

The Lands Of Hawaii by Thomas Hawk Creighton

Title The Lands of Hawaii
Author Thomas Hawk Creighton
Publisher University of Hawaii Press
Release Date 1978
Category Political Science
Total Pages 417
ISBN STANFORD:36105037258576
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The story of Hawaii's lands is history and ecology and also politics. In his exploration of the world of planning commissions and ambitious developers, the author details the struggle over land and its uses: the dubious deals, the relentless eating away of open space, the hollow plans and wasted studies. From colonial cabal to the megatrusts of the 1970s, he explains how The Speculating Game has meant huge profits for the few and a vanishing resource for the many. In this book, the author makes recommendations for long-range actions which he knows will be controversial but which he believes to be essential if Hawaii's lands are to maintain any of their natural qualities.

The Queen And I by Sydney L. Iaukea

Title The Queen and I
Author Sydney L. Iaukea
Publisher Univ of California Press
Release Date 2012
Category History
Total Pages 210
ISBN 9780520272040
Language English, Spanish, and French
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"The Queen and I will be a very important contribution to historical and political literature on early twentieth century Hawai'i. But through its intensely personal narrative, it could have an even greater impact on the way people look at history. Sydney Iaukea weaves archival information into a story about a well-known historical figure while demonstrating the impact of these archival voices on herself. In this way she binds herself to her ancestor and allows him to speak through her, showing how an ancient value can be a new methodology for Native writers in indigenous studies." —Jonathan Kay Kamakawiwo’ole Osorio, author of Dismembering Lahui: A History of the Hawaiian Nation to 1887 “Raised in Maui’s housing projects, Sydney Iaukea discovers as an adult that she is the direct descendent of Curtis P. Iaukea, a prominent statesman and trusted adviser to Queen Lili’uokalani, the Hawaiian Kingdom’s last ruling monarch. In this courageous work, she documents her dual quest to recover her lost lineage and her ancestor’s historical importance. Revealing the continuity between public and private, personal and historical, Sydney Iaukea’s compelling narrative brings her readers face-to-face with Lili’uokalani during the tragic days of her overthrow.” —Mary Palevsky, author of Atomic Fragments: A Daughter's Questions “For those of us born and raised in Hawai'i, Sydney Iaukea's work sheds light on a period of time about which we still know too little, the overthrow of Hawai’i’s sovereign government and its forcible annexation to the U.S. This is a compelling narrative, driven by the mystery of a girl growing up poor, unaware of her distinguished lineage. How could this disconnect have occurred? Through the exploration of memories embedded in the landscape, Iaukea ultimately links displacement, dispossession, and familial strife to Hawai'i's troubled history with the U.S. Iaukea is to be commended for her honest and open heart.” —Matthew M. Hamabata, Executive Director, The Kohala Center

A Dictionary Of Hawaiian Legal Land Terms by Native Hawaiian Legal Corporation

Title A Dictionary of Hawaiian Legal Land Terms
Author Native Hawaiian Legal Corporation
Publisher University of Hawaii Press
Release Date 1995-01-01
Category Reference
Total Pages 177
ISBN 0824816366
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A Dictionary of Hawaiian Legal Land-Terms is the first reference book of its kind to compile, organize, and explain critical information needed for the accurate translation and interpretation of nineteenth-century Hawaiian land-conveyance documents. Neither life-long residents nor recent newcomers should minimize the influence of Hawaii's unique history on the developments taking place in the state today. Yet for decades the study and translation of century-old documents - Royal Patents, Land Commission Awards, and deeds, to name a few - have been hampered by the lack of a comprehensive research tool. Now, in a single volume, readers have an overview of commonly used words and phrases, survey practices, and documents that were recorded in Hawaiian before the turn of the century. The book also includes Hawaii's appellate cases that have defined such terms. With the publication of A Dictionary of Hawaiian Legal Land-Terms, both professionals and non-professionals, Hawaiians and non-Hawaiians, have gained a valuable key to unlocking and understanding the past.

Hawai I by Sumner La Croix

Title Hawai i
Author Sumner La Croix
Publisher University of Chicago Press
Release Date 2019-03-14
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 384
ISBN 9780226592121
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Relative to the other habited places on our planet, Hawai‘i has a very short history. The Hawaiian archipelago was the last major land area on the planet to be settled, with Polynesians making the long voyage just under a millennium ago. Our understanding of the social, political, and economic changes that have unfolded since has been limited until recently by how little we knew about the first five centuries of settlement. Building on new archaeological and historical research, Sumner La Croix assembles here the economic history of Hawai‘i from the first Polynesian settlements in 1200 through US colonization, the formation of statehood, and to the present day. He shows how the political and economic institutions that emerged and evolved in Hawai‘i during its three centuries of global isolation allowed an economically and culturally rich society to emerge, flourish, and ultimately survive annexation and colonization by the United States. The story of a small, open economy struggling to adapt its institutions to changes in the global economy, Hawai‘i offers broadly instructive conclusions about economic evolution and development, political institutions, and native Hawaiian rights.

Hawaii S Story by Liliuokalani (Queen of Hawaii)

Title Hawaii s Story
Author Liliuokalani (Queen of Hawaii)
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1898
Category Hawaii
Total Pages 409
ISBN HARVARD:32044011719192
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Claus Spreckels by Jacob Adler

Title Claus Spreckels
Author Jacob Adler
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1966
Category Hawaii
Total Pages 339
ISBN UOM:39015011007393
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title All about Hawaii
Author Anonim
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1890
Category Hawaii
Total Pages 86
ISBN SRLF:A0012731857
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title Report of the Committee on Foreign Relations United States Senate with Accompanying Testimony and Executive Documents transmitted to Congress from January 1 1893 to March 10 1891
Author Anonim
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1894
Category
Total Pages 86
ISBN UOMDLP:afj6811:0001.001
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Regulating Paradise by David L. Callies

Title Regulating Paradise
Author David L. Callies
Publisher University of Hawaii Press
Release Date 2010-07-06
Category Nature
Total Pages 320
ISBN 9780824860448
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Land use in Hawai‘i remains the most regulated of all the fifty states. According to many sources, the process of going from raw land to the completion of a project may well average ten years given that ninety-five percent of raw land is initially classified by the State Land Use Commission as either conservation or agriculture. How did this happen and to what end? Will it continue? What laws and regulations control the use of land? Is the use of land in Hawai‘i a right or a privilege? These questions and others are addressed in this long-overdue second edition of Regulating Paradise, a comprehensive and accessible text that will guide readers through the many layers of laws, plans, and regulations that often determine how land is used in Hawai‘i. It provides the tools to analyze an enormously complex process, one that frustrates public and private sectors alike, and will serve as an essential reference for students, planners, regulators, lawyers, land use professionals, environmental and cultural organizations, and others involved with land use and planning.

Hawaii Land Titles by Maurice Rosete

Title Hawaii Land Titles
Author Maurice Rosete
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2017-08-30
Category
Total Pages 315
ISBN 1521447993
Language English, Spanish, and French
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HAWAII LAND TITLESThe Great Mahele Book for the 21st CenturyThere is a revolution and international power struggle of Nations taking place in Hawaii that is (and will be) impacting the worlds economies as we know it today. King Kamehameha III established the Hawaiian Constitution and Bill of Rights in London called the "Anglo-Franco Proclamation" by France & Great Britain in (1843) under International Law & Hawaiian Kingdom Law.He held his private property, the "Crown Lands" in "Allodium". Then he did something that no other King or Monarchy has ever done in the History of Mankind!He gave the "Chiefs of Hawaii", the Konohikis, and Maka'ainana (Hawaiians) "Allodium Royal Patents" who participated in the "Buke Mahele" of 1848. Let us explore Hawaii's land titles in detail, and see where, why, and how the Kingdom of Hawaii Nation was foundedTHE GREAT MALELE BOOK FOR THE 21ST CENTURYBONUSLearn how to SEARCH FOR, READ & DEFEND your families Royal "Allodium" Land PatentsUA MAU KE'EA O KA'AINA I KA PONOThe Life of the Land is "Perpetuated" in Righteousness for the People of Hawaii

Hawaiian Sovereignty by Thurston Twigg-Smith

Title Hawaiian Sovereignty
Author Thurston Twigg-Smith
Publisher Goodale Pubs
Release Date 1998
Category History
Total Pages 375
ISBN UOM:39015061180504
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Public Land Laws Of Hawaii by Hawaii. Commission of Public Lands

Title Public Land Laws of Hawaii
Author Hawaii. Commission of Public Lands
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1900
Category Public lands
Total Pages 37
ISBN UOM:35112203961117
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Sovereign Sugar by Carol A. MacLennan

Title Sovereign Sugar
Author Carol A. MacLennan
Publisher University of Hawaii Press
Release Date 2014-03-31
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 400
ISBN 9780824840242
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Although little remains of Hawai‘i’s plantation economy, the sugar industry’s past dominance has created the Hawai‘i we see today. Many of the most pressing and controversial issues—urban and resort development, water rights, expansion of suburbs into agriculturally rich lands, pollution from herbicides, invasive species in native forests, an unsustainable economy—can be tied to Hawai‘i’s industrial sugar history. Sovereign Sugar unravels the tangled relationship between the sugar industry and Hawai‘i’s cultural and natural landscapes. It is the first work to fully examine the complex tapestry of socioeconomic, political, and environmental forces that shaped sugar’s role in Hawai‘i. While early Polynesian and European influences on island ecosystems started the process of biological change, plantation agriculture, with its voracious need for land and water, profoundly altered Hawai‘i’s landscape. MacLennan focuses on the rise of industrial and political power among the sugar planter elite and its political-ecological consequences. The book opens in the 1840s when the Hawaiian Islands were under the influence of American missionaries. Changes in property rights and the move toward Western governance, along with the demands of a growing industrial economy, pressed upon the new Hawaiian nation and its forests and water resources. Subsequent chapters trace island ecosystems, plantation communities, and natural resource policies through time—by the 1930s, the sugar economy engulfed both human and environmental landscapes. The author argues that sugar manufacture has not only significantly transformed Hawai‘i but its legacy provides lessons for future outcomes.

The Real Hawaii by Lucien Young

Title The Real Hawaii
Author Lucien Young
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1899
Category Boston (U.S. cruiser)
Total Pages 371
ISBN UOM:39015012893007
Language English, Spanish, and French
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