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Note: the petitions consist of hand-written signatures therefore it is NOT possible to convert them into text documents.

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  • Hawaii, Women [Kona Hema, Kona 'Akau, Kohala, Waimea, Hamakua, Hilo, Puna, Ka'u]
  • Hawaii, Men [Kona, Hema, Kona, 'Akau, Kohala, Waimea, Hamakua, Hilo, Puna, Ka'u]
  • Maui, Women [Lahaina, Wailuku, Waihe'e, Waiehu, Waikapu, Honua'ula, Makawao, Hana, Honokohau]
  • Maui, Men [Lahaina, Wailuku, Waihe'e, Waiehu, Waikapu, Honua'ula, Makawao, Hana, Honokohau]
  • Molokai, Women [Kona, Halawa]
  • Molokai, Men [Pelekunu, Wailau, Kona, Halawa, Kalawao & Kalupapa]
  • Oahu, Women [Honolulu, Manoa, 'Ewa, Wai'anae, Waialua, Ko'olauloa, Ko'olaupoko]
  • Oahu, Men [Honolulu, Manoa, 'Ewa, Wai'anae, Waialua, Ko'olauloa, Ko'olaupoko]
  • Kauai, Women [Lihu'e, Koloa, Hanapepe, Waimea, Ko'olau, Hanalei, Kawaihau]
  • Kauai, Men [Lihu'e, Hanapepe, Waimea, Hanalei, Kawaihau]
  • Lists
  • Report of L.A. Thurston
  • Tables

The organization of the petitions is based on the publication: Kue: The Hui Aloha Aina Anti-Annexation Petitions, 1897-1898, compiled by Nalani Minton and Noenoe K.Silva. (UHM Library KZ245.H3 M56 1998).

The copy of the petitions used for this project was provided courtesy of the Bishop Museum Archives.

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Kue: The Hui Aloha Aina Anti-Annexation Petitions, 1897-1898

Petition Cover page

Image of Mrs. Kuaihelani Campbell, President Hawaiian Women's Patriotic League