NĀ MEA `IKE
HONUA
LOSS OF THE
LUNAR CALENDAR
• The rhythms of the
moon dictated
when planting,
harvesting and
fishing activities
should occu...
`ILIAHI
• `Iliahi –
sandalwood
• First commercial
venture with the
West
CHRISTIANITY
• Missionaries
arrived in 1820
• Moku`aikaua
Church in KailuaKona was the first
church
established
EDUCATION
• Written language
developed
• Western schools
created
• `Ōlelo Hawai`i
banned in schools
LAND COMMISSION
• Established in 1846
• Purpose: to settle land disputes between the
King of Hawai`i who “owned” all land ...
THE GREAT MĀ HELE
• Māhele –
portion, division,
section, zone, lot,
piece; share, as
of stocks; to
divide, cut into
parts,...
THE GREAT MĀ HELE
• 1848 – 1855
• Kauikeaouli
(Kamehameha III)
• Introduced the
concept of “land
ownership”
KULEANA ACT OF 1850
• It authorized the Land Commission to award
fee simple title to native Hawaiians who
occupied and cul...
LOSS OF LAND
• Within decades, title to
thousands of acres had fallen
into the hands of nonHawaiians.
• Even the crown lan...
HULA
• 1830 – Hula was
banned from being
performed
publicly
• 1859 – Required
to obtain a license
for hula
performances
• ...
BELIEFS & PRACTICES TODAY
If you have any
questions, please
ask them on the
Discussion Board.
Mahalo!
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Na mea ike honua 2

Published on: Mar 3, 2016
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Transcripts - Na mea ike honua 2

  • 1. NĀ MEA `IKE HONUA
  • 2. LOSS OF THE LUNAR CALENDAR • The rhythms of the moon dictated when planting, harvesting and fishing activities should occur
  • 3. `ILIAHI • `Iliahi – sandalwood • First commercial venture with the West
  • 4. CHRISTIANITY • Missionaries arrived in 1820 • Moku`aikaua Church in KailuaKona was the first church established
  • 5. EDUCATION • Written language developed • Western schools created • `Ōlelo Hawai`i banned in schools
  • 6. LAND COMMISSION • Established in 1846 • Purpose: to settle land disputes between the King of Hawai`i who “owned” all land and settlers who were not native to Hawai`i
  • 7. THE GREAT MĀ HELE • Māhele – portion, division, section, zone, lot, piece; share, as of stocks; to divide, cut into parts, deal
  • 8. THE GREAT MĀ HELE • 1848 – 1855 • Kauikeaouli (Kamehameha III) • Introduced the concept of “land ownership”
  • 9. KULEANA ACT OF 1850 • It authorized the Land Commission to award fee simple title to native Hawaiians who occupied and cultivated any portion of the crown, government or konohiki land. But they must prove ownership by: – Land survey – File a claim with Land Commission – Prove that the land being claimed can earn a living
  • 10. LOSS OF LAND • Within decades, title to thousands of acres had fallen into the hands of nonHawaiians. • Even the crown lands, owned by the king and his successors, were often sold or leased to foreigners as payments of debts or in exchange for foreign goods and supplies.
  • 11. HULA • 1830 – Hula was banned from being performed publicly • 1859 – Required to obtain a license for hula performances • 1870 – Law restricting public
  • 12. BELIEFS & PRACTICES TODAY
  • 13. If you have any questions, please ask them on the Discussion Board. Mahalo!

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