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HAWAII HI                                              Political  History
  • August 21, 1959 - Hawaii is the 50th state admitted to the Union.
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    Ua Mau ke Ea o ka ʻĀina i ka Pono  (Hawaiian - The life of the land is perpetuated in righteousness)    Nickname - Aloha State
- - In Hawaii you can register to vote at age 16 but cannot vote until 18 years old. This allows younger citizens to participate in party politics.

- The Islands of Hawaii are first settled (between C.E. 300 and 600) by Polynesians sailing from other Pacific islands.
- Captain James Cook's expedition makes first contact with the Hawaiian people on January 20th 1778. Captain Cook named the group of islands the Sandwich Islands after the Earl of Sandwich.
- European diseases decimated the Hawaiian population that was estimated between 250,000 to 1 million at the time of Captain Cook's arrival to the islands.
- Kamehameha I becomes ruler of the Island of Hawaii in 1782.
- Kamehameha I, using western weapons, conquered Maui, Lanai, Molokai and Oahu in 1792.
- Kamehameha I negotiats peace with Kauai to bring the Hawaiian Islands under one rule in 1810.
- Kamehameha I dies in 1819 and is succeeded by Kamehameha II.
- Kamehameha II abolishes the traditional Hawaiian religion of idol worship as Calvinist missionaries and New England whalers enter the Islands.
- Kamehameha II sails to England and together with his Queen, Kamamalu, contracts measles and both die on July 14th 1824. Kamehameha III succeeds to the throne,
- Hawaii adopted its first constitution in 1840.
- First House of Representatives is called to order in 1842.
- U.S. President John Tyler acknowledges, in 1842, the Kingdom of Hawaii.
- The Hawaiian capital is moved from Lahaina to Honolulu in 1845.
- King Kamehameha III signs the Great Mahele, in 1848, allowing commoners and haoles to own land outright.
- King Kamehameha III declares Honolulu a city on August 31st, 1850.
- Kamehameha III dies in 1854 and is succeeded by his nephew Kamehameha IV. Kamehameha IV establises the Queens Hospital for sick and destitute Hawaiians.  He translated the English book of Common Prayer to the native Hawaiian language.
- Kamehameha IV dies in 1864 of chronic asthma.
- Iolani Palace is built in 1882 on Oahu. It later becomes America's only royal residence.
- The first Japanese contract laborers arrive in 1885 to work the sugar cane plantations.
- In 1887 King Kalakaua allowed the United States exclusive use of Pearl Harbor as a naval base.
- "The Merry Monarch," David Kalakaua was the first Hawaiian King to visit the United States.
- King David Kalakaua dies on a trip to San Francisco in 1891. His younger Sister Liliuokalani ascends to the throne.
- Queen Liliuokalani is deposed, surrendering under protest, the Hawaiian Kingdom to the United States in 1893, but does not abdicate the throne until 1895.
- The Republic of Hawaii was established in 1894, with Sanford B. Dole as president.
- Hawaii is annexed to the United States in 1898.
- Hawaii becomes a U.S. territory in 1900.               
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- The last member of of the Hawaiian royal family with any influence of power, Prince Jonah Kalanianaole Kuhio died in 1922.
- President Roosevelt was the first U.S. President to visit Hawaii, in 1934.
- Air mail service to Hawaii and the Pacific is initiated in 1935.
Pearl Harbor is bombed by the Japanese on December 7th, 1941 drawing the U.S. into World War II.
- Marshal law is imposed, after the December 7 attack on Pearl Harbor, until October 24th 1944.
- On Aug. 21, 1959 Hawaii became the 50th state admitted to the Union.

- In 1964 Patsy Takemoto Mink is the first Asian American woman to serve as a U.S. Representative from Hawaii.
- The first Asian-American governor of Hawaii, George Ariyoshi is elected in 1974.
- The first governor of Hawaiian descent, John Waihee is elected in 1987.
- The first U.S. governor of Philippine descent, Ben Cayetano is elected in 1994 as Hawaii's governor.
- In Hawaii's 2004 State Representative races, 6 had a vote spread under 200.  In all 6 cases the votes left blank, if cast, could have changed the outcomes. 
- In the 2004 race for Honolulu Mayor the blank votes exceeded the differing result by a factor of 4.
In the 2004 Kauai Councilmember race, all winners received less than 9% of the vote while blank votes exceded 29%.

One Vote Counts in Hawaii.

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