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- #hawaiian #princess Ka'iulani was the niece of King Kalakau , who was the ruler of Hawaii at her birth in 1875. She left the islands at 13 to study in England . At the time of the overthrow of the Hawaiian monarchy , she traveled to Washington D.C to plead the case against action . With no success, she returned home as a young woman in 1897. She never attained status as #queen . The Hawaiian Islands were annexed as a territory of the United States soon after and only seven months later Princess Ka'iulani died at the age of 23 . I always say of a broken heart 💔. This photo lives on my frig to remind me that the privilege to live here owes the respect to the natives , the Keiki and the aina . today is #statehoodday in #Hawaii but - I choose to honor the Hawaiian nation and monarchy that did everything they could to save and preserve their people and culture . The U.S would have wipe them out if the Queen called for her people to fight , but she never signed over the nation.
- #hawaiian #princess Ka& #39;iulani was the niece of King Kalakau , who was the ruler of Hawaii at her birth in 1875. She left the islands at 13 to study in England . At the time of the overthrow of the Hawaiian monarchy , she traveled to Washington D.C to plead the case against action . With no success, she returned home as a young woman in 1897. She never attained status as #queen . The Hawaiian Islands were annexed as a territory of the United States soon after and only seven months later Princess Ka& #39;iulani died at the age of 23 . I always say of a broken heart 💔. This photo lives on my frig to remind me that the privilege to live here owes the respect to the natives , the Keiki and the aina . today is #statehoodday in #Hawaii but - I choose to honor the Hawaiian nation and monarchy that did everything they could to save and preserve their people and culture . The U.S would have wipe them out if the Queen called for her people to fight , but she never signed over the nation.
- #hawaiian #princess Ka'iulani was the niece of King Kalakau , who was the ruler of Hawaii at her birth in 1875. She left the islands at 13 to study in England . At the time of the overthrow of the Hawaiian monarchy , she traveled to Washington D.C to plead the case against action . With no success, she returned home as a young woman in 1897. She never attained status as #queen . The Hawaiian Islands were annexed as a territory of the United States soon after and only seven months later Princess Ka'iulani died at the age of 23 . I always say of a broken heart 💔. This photo lives on my frig to remind me that the privilege to live here owes the respect to the natives , the Keiki and the aina . today is #statehoodday in #Hawaii but - I choose to honor the Hawaiian nation and monarchy that did everything they could to save and preserve their people and culture . The U.S would have wipe them out if the Queen called for her people to fight , but she never signed over the nation.

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