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WHY YOU'LL LOVE IT
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So this illustration is unfinished and rightfully so!
Do any of you know how we as a country acquired Hawaii?
We stole it. Point blank period.
Life span: Queen Liliuokalani (1838-1917)
Queen Liliuokalani was the first female monarch of Hawaii and last sovereign of the Kamehameha dynasty (which ruled Hawaii from 1810) after its U.S. annex in 1898. She temporarily gave up her throne to the U.S.—with the hope that it would eventually be restored—to prevent a violent backlash against the Hawaiian people (which btw a bunch of white male Americans who came in uninvited established illegal “rule” so to speak due to big business) But independence was never regained. Along with this, Liliuokalani also endured house arrest for a year following accusations of counter-revolt.
In addition to her role as a queen, Liliuokalani was a celebrated musician and composer. Her most well-known piece is titled "Aloha Oe," which has been covered by the likes of Johnny Cash and serves as a musical staple on the island.
Info sourced from MarieClaire.com
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