He aliʻi komo mua : a glimpse into the life of King William Charles Lunalilo

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2013-05
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Renaud, Kapualokeliʻiliʻokalani
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This thesis was created to establish one of the largest archival repositories regarding one of Hawaii's nineteenth century rulers. King William Charles Lunalilo (January 31, 1835-February 3, 1874) was an intriguing young man who excelled in poetry, and song writing. He was known for writing the Hawaiian Kingdom's national anthem, E Ola Ke Aliʻi Ke Akua and ʻAlekoki. Not only was Lunalilo talented, he was "immensely popular among the kānaka (Hawaiian people)" (Osorio 147).
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