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Nā Me'e Hawai'i Papa 7.1-3 B4

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Nā Me'e Hawai'i
by nā haumāna o 7.1-3 B4
2021-22
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Nā Me'e Hawai'i Puke
by nā haumāna o 7.1-3 B4
2021-22
Aloha mai e ka mea heluhelu,

Thank you for being a part of our learning journey. Please enjoy this collection of mo'olelo of our ali'i and other nā meʻe focusing on the significant events that they experienced.

This is a student created puke - we are learning as we create. Please address any concerns, questions or corrections to Mrs. Ahuna at leahuna@ksbe.edu

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Na'u me ke mahalo,
na Mrs. Ahuna
1 John Young - Brayden
3 Elizabeth Kaʻahumanu - Kamakana
5 Kalanimoku - Kealohi
7 Keōpuōlani - Lucy
9 Manono II - Noah
11 Mataio Kekūanaōʻa - Kai
13 Henry ʻŌpūkahaʻia - Evan
15 Miriam Kekauluohi - Chris
17 David Malo - Hayden
19 John Pāpa 'Ī'ī - Kealia
21 Timoteo Ha’alilio - Wehiwaalani
23 Samuel Kamakau - Ano
25 Princess Ruth Keʻelikolani - Kendra
27 King David Kalākaua - Isaiah
29 Queen Emma - Madison
31 Victoria Kamāmalu - Aaliyah
33 Emma Metcalf Nakuina - Malu
35 Princess Kaiulani - Lilee
In 1790, John Young, a boatswain on the British fur trading ship Eleanora, became stranded on the island of Hawaii.
John Young
Brayden
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After John Young came to Hawaii, he became a trusted advisor of Kamehameha.
1742-1835
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John Young taught Kamehamehaʻs soldiers how to use weapons like muskets
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1. Because he was on the fur trade he was stranded on Hawaiʻi. Kamehameha asked him to stay after Elanora was done trading in Hawaii.
1. John Young is a boatswain on the British fur trading ship Elanora.
2. John Young was asked to stay in Hawaiʻi and help Kamehameha
2. John Young was asked to stay in Hawaiʻi and help Kamehameha
3. John Young helped Kamehameha and his men learn how to use firearms. He also trained soldiers to fight.
3. John Young helped Kamehameha and his men learn how to use firearms. He also trained soldiers to fight. 
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Elizabeth Ka'ahumanu
Kamakana
Married George Kaumuali`i or Humehume after the death of Kamehameha I
Father: Keʻeaumoku II Pāpaʻiahiahi
1768 - 1832
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Died Manoa Valley Honolulu. Age 64
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