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The 19th century will live in infamy in Hawaiian hearts it was a century of great change in Hawaiian society The old system of mana and the sharing of the land were slowly replaced the arrival of missionaries would signal the period of greatest change in Hawaiian society Between the arrival of Captain James Cook and the missionaries the Hawaiian monarchy was able to maintain some sort of independence and keep the old Hawaiian system in place Everything began to change that eventually lead to the overthrow of the monarchy and the annexation of the Hawaiian Islands to the United States This was a very long process and it is hard to decipher who was responsible for the overthrow of the monarchy What part did Queen Liliuokalani play in the overthrow of the Hawaiian monarchy What actions did she initiate that provoked the Annexation group to arise and take over the Hawaiian kingdom that would become the republic of Hawaii and eventually be annexed to the United States Was the queen the one to blame for the annexation of Hawaii These are some of the questions that I would like to answer The position of the queen and the influence she had on the whole affair is unclear to me at this point Queen Liliuokalani was born Liliu Kamakaeha on September 2 1838 After her birth she was taken away and adopted by Konia who was granddaughter of King Kamehameha the Great They did this so that everyone in the higher positions in Hawaiian society would have a stake in everyones family The whole society was supposed to be like one large family At age four Liliu attended the royal school Run by the missionaries Amos Cooke and his wife There she studied for over six hours a day after school and became a very good student Liliu also developed Christian beliefs that she would carry with her for the rest of her
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