Index
Advertiser, Pacific Commercial, 55, 56,
109, 181, 182
African Americans, 54, 66, 136, 176
Africans, 54, 66, 176
¿Ahahui Ho¿opuka upepa uikaw¯ a
o Honolulu, 63–64, 68, 71, 109.
See also Hoku o ka Pakipika
¿Ai kapu, 27–28; ending of, 29–32
Akua, 78; aloha ¿aina ¯ and, 140–41;
Cook and, 23; importance of ability
to rule, 75, 119–20; Kamehameha
and, 24, 28; loss of mana of, 29–30;
relationship to kanaka, 41; as voy-
agers, 19; worship of, 9, 58–59, 62
Albert, Ka Haku o Hawai¿i (Prince of
Hawai¿i), 48
Alexander, W. D., 39
Alexander, William P., 50, 51, 70
Alexander Liholiho (Kamehameha
IV), 46–48, 60, 88, 91, 122
Ali¿i, 107; attaining ¿ai moku status,
73, 75, 93; ¿auhau (tribute) and,
40; bones of, 95–96; blamed for
depopulation, 24–27; featherwork
and, 177; lack of, 18; land tenure
and, 40–43; leadership of hui, 162;
and maka¿ainana, ¯ 18, 39–42, 104,
156; mele (songs) for, 118–20,
182–85; monarchy and, 10; pala-
pala (literacy) and, 32–33; pono
and, 26, 40–43, 120; resistance to
American ways, 47; system, 98;
wars between, 18, 25, 26, 121;
adoption of Western ways, 16, 37.
See also Genealogy; H¯¿ailonao
Ali¿i wahine: domestication of, 54–
55, 60–61; genealogy and, 93, 102–
3; in government, 38, 43–44, 94,
162; Hale Nau¯ a and, 104–5; as
long-distance voyagers, 19, 21. See
also Women
Aloha ¿aina, ¯ 11, 101–2, 130, 139–42,
147, 155, 161, 189–91. See also
Nationalism
Aloha ¿Aina
¯
(newspaper), 139, 142,
143, 148, 155, 195–97
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