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Thu, 20 Feb 1997 18:43:32
debra kekaualua

Fri, 21 Feb 1997 04:04:15
Jeremiah Nahua'wai Campbell Jr.
No organization just a Native Hawaiian
Waialae Area (Kaimuki)

I really like this web site, all I have to say is for Bumpy to keep his head up high, Keep doing what you doing for all the Hawaiian People. In the long run you'll come out ahead.

All I want to see is that all the other leaders from other Hawaiian groups come together and agree with one thing at a time and then present it to the government and state all the facts. Not one group ask for water rites, lands as an example.

I can remember while in school they never teached us on what took place in 1893. They only tought us about the modern history of Hawaii, like the big five, sugar plantations never issues on the overthrow of the Hawaiian Monarchy. It's like bad luck or how my mom says it, thats really spooky. "WHAT YOU DO IN DARKNESS, WILL SHOW IN LIGHT". Look at it now just imagine how it will impact us as students back then if we had found out what took place back in 1893.

But as I said earlier BUMPY keep up on what you are doing for the Hawaiian People. I remember when I filed for an applica- tionm for Hawaiian Home Lands. My brother and I went the same time with the same documents. My brother pulls my father's side and I pull more on my grandmothers side which is the Portugese side. So the lady/clerk in the office said to me after giving my brother all his needed paperwork, she had the nerve to ask me could I help you with something, I then said yes I would like to apply for Hawaiian home Lands. The then said to me it's only for Hawaiians, I said i know and gave her all my documents which showed I have 3/4's hawaiian. That lady had to get her boss who had to look over my all my documents that I gave them. That really made me teeed off. But later I got my application stamped, that took the cake for me to really look into this matter for sovereignty for us Hawaiians.

A Hui Hou Malama Pono,
Jeremiah Nahua'wai Campbell Jr.
Waialae (Kaimuki Area)

Mon, 24 Feb 1997 13:19:31
Yukako Tanaka
I am currentlly resarching about Hawaiian soverneignty which made me interested since I came to Hawaii.

Thu, 27 Feb 1997 20:01:39
Richard Salvador
UH-Manoa Dept of Political Science
Honolulu, HI

Scott and Kekula,

Great website. Keep up the good work, and see you all in the Kanaka Maoli Allies List.

Wed, 5 Mar 1997 13:42:26
Nevin J. Leininger
Hickam A.F.B. Honolulu

If Hawaii ever gains her independence from the U.S., would Hawaii still be a democratic kingdom similar to the U.K.. Would Hawaii aline herself with the U.S.. What chance would I, a U.S. citizen have, to reside in Hawaii. And lastly in your opinion, would discrimination against white Americans increase or decrease?

I realy enjoy living in paradise,and would'nt want that enjoyment to be lost. But I also believe the U.S. wrongfully possesses most of North America including Hawaii and many Pacific Island Nations.

Wed, 5 Mar 1997 14:34:35
Kaleilani Kailihiwa
University of Hawaii student

Mahalo nui no ko 'oukou kokua 'ana mai.

Wed, 20 Aug 1997 20:53:33
Anita Broennimann
Island and County of Hawaii

Fri, 22 Aug 1997 05:59:37
Raphael Hulihee Jr.
northern hemishere

Sat, 23 Aug 1997 08:00:13
otis schaper

Sun, 24 Aug 1997 21:50:16
Beverly Mahialani Ho'okano
Keaau, Hawaii

Mon, 25 Aug 1997 09:54:09
Lester D. K. Chow
The Chou Clansmen Association
Honolulu, Hawaii

I don't see how anyone can oppose your movement, with all of the overwhelming evidence against the US government. It would appear to most that full sovereignty and independence is a firm reality. Your web page is a very good one, with lots of information presenting your case to the greater world. You can not know who will glance a look and see your cause with favor. You can not know who will, after reading, be a friend. You can not know how much good this will do for the native Hawaiian struggle, but this effort is certainly an outstanding and moving presentation.

I am, in addition, writing to tell you and to tell the world (Kanaka Maoli in Hawaii) that you have achieved a good degree of success. Not everyone is as fortunate though. What many Hawaiians and Hawaiian-Chinese don't know is that a Chinese kingdom, about 160 to 200 years ago, came to Hawaii. The last kingdom to rule all of China was not an indigenous kingdom. These people were Manchu tribal people that governed China. China's Imperial family came to Hawaii in waves, with the main lineage coming about 110 to 160 years ago. The last indigenous Chinese Kingdom was the Ming Dynasty run by the Chun or Chu family (these people are here in Hawaii today). During the end of the Ming, princes in the Southern Provinces vied for the throne. None had succeeded, so upon Manchu conquest the Ming Court installed their cousin CHOU Shun Cheong of the Chou Dynasty as Emperor...on the very same day that the first Manchu Emperor was installed. The Chou clan continued this succession, in secret seclusion, until present.. ] The Ming, Chou, and related families all went into hidding from the invading Manchu army and now government. We could not make our presence known, even in Hawaii, for fear of assasination. The Manchu tribal people (The Ch'ing Dynasty) had its spies everywhere, even among loyal Chinese! I am sure Hawaiians know the feeling of being displaced as I do.

Lastly, I want to say that the Hawaiian movement is in better shape than the kingdom of China. Here in Hawaii, my own family refuses to aid our cause, even if it's for educational purposes. No one, no Chinese that is, is loyal to my cause, whereas your cause finds many supporters. Though I don't want to mention this, I have found that Hawaiian-Chinese are more loyal to Hawaiian things and have no love for that part of them that is Chinese.

Mon, 25 Aug 1997 15:39:31
Kamaka Kaahaaina
Kaahaaina Consultants
Kuliouou, Oahu

Mon, 25 Aug 1997 22:23:40
Jo-Ann KuuLeina'al Bell Kanaina
Hilo, Hawaii

I'm trying to locate my ancestry but having a hard time would be able to hel me? I'm looking for my Kanaina Blood line. I thought that Yahoo Genealogy would be able to help me locate my ancestry, but i'm having no luck.

Tue, 26 Aug 1997 00:55:25
Jo-Ann KuuLeina'ala Bell Kanaina

i've looked into your website for the Hawaiians i was pretty impressed with what you had to offer. But at this moment i am trying to locate my ancestry for the Kanaina Family.

I thought that this was it, but it had other things for me to look at, as i said, i was pretty impressed.
Malama Pono and Mahalo

Wed, 27 Aug 1997 12:41:56
Jo-Ann KuuLeinaala Kanaina Bell
Hilo, Hawaii

Thu, 28 Aug 1997 04:37:57
Raphael Hulihee Jr.
northern hemisphere
very educational

Mon, 1 Sep 1997 17:26:38
Ida-Lucille Kaleiho'omahie Hanohano
Maui, Hawai'i

Tue, 2 Sep 1997 20:45:55
Queenie K. Kaeo

I am proud to be hawaiian. I hope someday, all of the sovereignty groups can come to a understanding and we can become as one just like how the indians did for their reservation and for their people. For there is no way we can do that, until everyone is willing to listen to each other and compromise, we as the people of Hawai'i need to listen, speak and then solve the problem. We have something that this government has and in order for us to receive, we need to show them that we are as one.

Wed, 3 Sep 1997 16:02:16
Sonny Recca
Another upset HAWAIIAN
Waimanalo, OAHU

Wed, 10 Sep 1997 09:14:21
Teresa Celeste Kanoelehua Syslo
Mililani, O`ahu, Hawai`i

I am a kanaka maoli. I used to think that a nation within a nation situation like the american indians have would be sufficient, but with all the efforts from outside sources to try and undermine our goals and with all the lies being said about the overthrow of our monarchy in 1893(see article in Sunday, 9/7, Honolulu Advertiser written by Thurston Twigg-Smith former owner of The Honolulu Advertiser and descendant of Lorrin A. Thurston, a leader of the 1893 overthrow of the Hawaiian Monaechy) I am so angered that I now believe that the only justice for the Hawaiian people, as far as I am concerned, is the complete and total sovereignty of the Nation of Hawaii. Our own nation sovereign and separate from the United States of America or any other country.

Wed, 10 Sep 1997 18:01:32
Alan LaRosa

Thu, 11 Sep 1997 16:17:33
Reginald David Knipes
Peoples of the Hawaiian Society
Honolulu, Hawai'i

Wed, 17 Sep 1997 11:29:01
Victorialei "Nohea" Nakaahiki
law firm
Honolulu, Hawaii

Very impressive home page. I had no idea about it until a friend of mine told me about it today. Great job.

Fri, 26 Sep 1997 15:20:22
Bob Kutz
Makawao, Maui

Sat, 27 Sep 1997 08:12:04
matthew petrich
the gregory group

I am currently a law student at UH and am interested in eventually working with issues surrounding land use, development, and historic/cultural preservation. I plan to spend the rest of my days living, loving, and working in Hawai'i. I know little about the issue of Hawai'ian Sovereingty, other than the history of the islands, and would very much like to learn more.

Thu, 2 Oct 1997 19:23:08
debra Kekaualua

upgraded my computer and for some reason I have not been getting any of the usual feedback that I have been used to, I look forward to being renewed please

Sun, 5 Oct 1997 16:30:53
Tammy-Jean Leilani Gramberg

Mon, 6 Oct 1997 22:25:03
D.P. Carden
Wai'anae Hawai'i
Maika'i!! Imua Kanaka Maoli

Wed, 8 Oct 1997 13:05:33
Jamie Beckman

Thu, 9 Oct 1997 06:26:18
Angela Kahealani
Kaimuki/Kapahulu, Honolulu, Oahu, Hawai`i Nei

I suggest ALL citizens of the Independent Sovereign Kingdom/Nation of Hawai`i Nei band together, regardless bloodlines, and bring suit against the fraudulent "State of Hawaii" to cease imposing foreign (U.S. or Admiralty) law upon citizens of the Kingdom. While those who are U.S. citizens resident in Hawai`i may remain under U.S. law/authority/jurisdiction, the greatest fraud is judging and controlling Hawaiian Nation Citizens by the laws of the sea (U.S. Admiralty Law, the only kind available in State of Hawaii) or the laws of the U.S. land.

Fri, 10 Oct 1997 12:08:25
John McClain
fairly unorganized at present

Aloha kakou

It's great to be a part of this exciting time for the people of Hawai'i. Many events, many thoughts, many plans. I hope that the spirit of the land can soothe the troubles of the past and present and allow us all to work together to find solutions to the many problems on our planet, our living brothers and sisters and within ourselves. Working together is our best chance for success. Let's do so.

E malama pono

John McClain

Wed, 15 Oct 1997 12:42:25
summer kealaonalei collins
kamuela, hawaii

Thu, 16 Oct 1997 11:41:29
Glenn & Merrily Ligon
Imperial Enterprises
North Kohala, Big Island of Hawaii

This is a site which we, the people need! Good job on it. May the spirit of Aloha lead us all to regain the independence of this Great Nation.

We seek information on how/where to obtain a Hawaii National flag, to fly proudly at our home.


Sat, 18 Oct 1997 20:49:55
Ke'ala Kealoha

Hau'oli no wau. Ua loa'a wau i keia wahi,

Sun, 19 Oct 1997 11:46:40
Jack Lockwood
Friends of Hawaii's Forests
Vocano - Big Island
Mau ke Aloha no Hawaii !

Wed, 24 Sep 1997 09:13:56
Kelsie Kamiyama
Hei Tiare Tahitian Revue
Big Island of Hawaii

Thu, 2 Oct 1997 14:45:52
Jason Wong

Your web page is really good. I got a lot of solid info. on the overthrow of the Bernice Pauahi
thank you very much!!!

Mon, 6 Oct 1997 14:13:38
Herbert Emmett Kihoi Jr. mil.
30th Signal Battalion
Ft Shafter, Hawaii

I'm for Hawaiian Independence and I hope to see all Hawaiian Homeland Homesteaders organized by a representative in each district. I would further like to see each family elect its own chief by blood to represent his or her's own family and their extended families in all problem areas. I have lived in Samoa for six years and having chiefs in the family works due to the fact that a grandfather or grandmother, brother or sister, uncle or auntie as a chief who will represent you as a relative verses someone who you don't know or who you didn't contribute to represent you in government and other problem areas. Every family can have a chief and the family chiefs has to elect their best chief to be their high chief who will represent his family and extended families to his district chief.

Every district will have a district chief and he or she will represent your district to the head of state or governer.

Wed, 15 Oct 1997 17:04:35
Robyn Kazuko Kahealani Tanimoto
Hilo, Hawaii

Aloha mai,

Ke na'ana nei no au i ke kumuhana 'o Hawaiian Sovereignty a makemake no au e 'ike he aha ka waiwai o ke ea o keia 'aina? 'A'ole no ho'i i maopopo ia'u na mea e pili ana i keia kumuhana. No laila e 'olu'olu no 'oe e ho'ouna i kekahi palapala i hiki ia'u ke heluhelu a maopopo. Mahalo no. Na'u na Kahealani

Thu, 23 Oct 1997 13:56:08
Luis Ho

Mon, 27 Oct 1997 15:34:04
Linda Brown
Linaka's Nursery
Big Island, HI
Aloha Julie Monet (and Sam too)!!

I was surfing the net in order to help my oldest son research the Pia (hawaiian arrowroot) plant........I ran accross your web page and I thought I'd send you a little note.................

My email address is

I'm going to send you a more personal note, now that I have found your site..........

Take care my friend.


Mon, 27 Oct 1997 18:27:44
Mana'olana Te'o
Makaha, O'ahu

Wed, 29 Oct 1997 11:20:42
Hauniuali'iwahinekehaulaniku'uipoululani Subiono
Kanu 'O ka`aina
Honoka'a Hawaii

There is a new school, within a school. Its called 'Kanu O kå Åina', which means Natives of the Land. This new school is in its first year, but is already successful. The students are learning about acient times, and ways to do things, as well as mondern. The class has already pulled kalo from a lo'i, cooked it, cleaned it, pounded it and sold it as a class project. Not to mention that it was very successful. It has also participated in its comunity as well. In a Oji hearing last friday. Where their picture was taken and put on the front page of the local newspaper. thank you for letting me share. (We) I hope to be a part of what is going on here.

Aloha, "Kehau" Subiono

Wed, 29 Oct 1997 00:51:05
Leina'ala Wilcox
Hana Pu Kahi
Aloha kakou,
Makemake au e kokua ia 'oukou.
A hui hou.

Thu, 30 Oct 1997 12:10:23
kekoaokalani quanan

aloha,I think this is a great www site.To all you hawaiians "onipaa" I have a promblem to with how the hawaiian nation was over thrown . So I will book mark this page and definately be here if you need my "malama"

Sun, 2 Nov 1997 23:14:46
Robert Kalani Onekea Jr.
Way Out West Ent. / SUDDEN RUSH
O'ahu, Kapolei

Mahalo for the information you folks provide. I am the producer and
record label for the Hawaiian Rap group "SUDDEN RUSH". Even now I
feel I have alot more to learn about my history and more about the
things our so called government has done to our people, you make it alot easier
to access that information. We are going to begin production of our
next album very soon. We are always looking for relevant issues to
express to the younger generation.

Mon, 3 Nov 1997 09:04:23
joan selix berman
joan selix berman design

Tue, 4 Nov 1997 11:14:27
Kaloa Robinson
Hilo, HI

Wed, 5 Nov 1997 11:43:45
Raphael Hulihee Jr.
Hana Laulima Lahui O Ka`u Inc.
Naalehu, Ka`u, Hawaii

Great site.......very useful for us kanaka maoli to understand our culture

Wed, 5 Nov 1997 19:42:22
Kehaulani Ching
Honolulu, Hawai'i

Sat, 8 Nov 1997 11:22:20
Mahi'ai Monden
Phtmonden.maui net
Kula, Maui, Hawai'i
Aloha mai!

Hau'oli wau e ho'olohe a heluhelu e pili ana na mea maika'i no na po'e Hawai'i! Ho'a'o wau e ki'i i ka papa pihi me ka 'olelo Hawai'i. He haumana wau wale no. Aloha pumehana kakou a na ke Akua e malama 'ia 'oukou a pau loa.

Sun, 9 Nov 1997 21:23:09
Scott Kamiya

I believe that hawaiians should receive what was rightfully theres!!!!

Sun, 9 Nov 1997 23:47:48
Michelle Minchew
Ke Kalahea UH Hilo campus newspaper
Big Island

mahalo nui loa, I finally got to see the website and it looks TOPS!

Mon, 10 Nov 1997 22:19:12
Fran Orian
Honolulu, HI Nation of Hawaii

Mon, 10 Nov 1997 22:30:00
Fran Orian
Honolulu Nation of Hawaii

I FULLY support all efforts toward sovereignty - full, and total independence - and do all that I can to promote this issue. I have the opportunity on a weeky basis to speak to visitors and I do my very best to inform them of what happened here and send them home with knowledge to inform their family/friends. I feel that if I can educate even ONE person a week, I am working to can to promote independence. I am already on the Kanakamaoli mailing list so please do not subscribe me again. Ku'e.

Tue, 11 Nov 1997 18:31:10
John M.Kelly
Save Our Surf
Black Point Hawaiian Islands
Aloha from John

Wed, 12 Nov 1997 16:02:55
Nicholas Scott Hokualaka'ioka'moana Fowler

Thu, 13 Nov 1997 08:22:45
LeeAnn Moani Keala Pule-Viernes
Waialua, Hawaii

I would like to encourage the issue of sovreignty. But I would like to see all the people of Hawaiian lineage to be united. How can you expect the people of other nations to take Hawaiians seriously if we cam't even agree among ourselves. Unity is the key to building a nation and without that a Hawaiian nation is just a fantasy.

Sat, 15 Nov 1997 08:37:10
James 'Kimo' Kinard, Jr.

Sun, 16 Nov 1997 17:44:22
Christina Fa'agai-Fuala'au
Waianae, Hawaii

Lot's of Mana within this Website, would like to see Hawaiian Lands in The Native Hawaiian Hands. Tofa Soifua Manuia le malaga (Farewell, Have a safe journey)

Sun, 16 Nov 1997 18:31:10
Rob Hoonan
Hawaiian Canoe Club

What happened here 100 years ago needs to be told. Many people do not understand the actual events. I suggest that the book "To Steal a Nation" (Dougherty) be part of of all American History courses at the high school level.

Mahalo for this visit. A hui hou.

Rob Hoonan

Tue, 18 Nov 1997 09:09:03
Keone Kalawe
Kawaiokalehua Cultural and Educational Foundation
Puna, Hawai'i (NOH)
E Aloha Kekula and Scott,Keep up the maika'i work that you are doing. Long live our nation. Ahui hou malama pono. Keone

Wed, 19 Nov 1997 04:34:50
Kaui Isa-Kahaku
Island Moves

Wed, 19 Nov 1997 20:14:23
Jan Weber
Hale`iwa, Hi.

Mon, 24 Nov 1997 11:03:25
Pua Lee

I want to find info on what would be the advantages and disadvantages of Hawaii's returning to sovereign state. Is it possible or practicle? What kind of government structure would it have? economics? etc. where can I find out these things?

Tue, 25 Nov 1997 22:43:52
Michael Stover

Fri, 5 Dec 1997 00:19:32
Scott Foulk
Honolulu, HI (`Awaawa o Nu`uanu)

Great website!

Tue, 9 Dec 1997 10:27:11
Waimea, Moku o Hawai'i

Aloha, I enjoyed your page! Keep up the good work.

Mon, 8 Dec 1997 19:54:17
Lori Lilly
Hawaii Kai

I'm just a student looking for information for a speech I have to write about the overthrow of Lili'uokalani.

Wed, 10 Dec 1997 13:05:56
Wanda K. Aki
Anahola Native Hawaiian Ass.
Anahola, Kauai

Fri, 12 Dec 1997 07:27:22

Fri, 12 Dec 1997 22:05:58
Renée Dyer

Sun, 14 Dec 1997 20:39:32
Derek Okahashi
Makakilo, Hawai`i

My dad says the hawaiians need to quit fighting with each other, choose one leader, and then they can get sovereignty.

Mon, 22 Dec 1997 09:36:09
Kenny Goodenow
State Legislature

Tue, 23 Dec 1997 15:26:34
Terry LeRoy Crable
Kealakekua, Hawai'i

Sun, 28 Dec 1997 12:15:12
Carroll E Cox
Honolulu Hi

Your site is very informative. If we can assit in related matters please let us know.

Tue, 30 Dec 1997 12:37:35
Tim Santos
Hawaii State Bar Association
Honolulu, HI

I am interested to know which ASCII character is accepted as the okina for hawaiian words. I have downloaded your main html page and used an ASCII editor to establish that most of the characters used for this letter (okina) are of ASCII value 60 hex (96 decimal), but one entry of this letter is of ASCII value 27 hex (39 decimal).

Fri, 9 Jan 1998 09:34:46

Tue, 13 Jan 1998 07:49:45
Lana Kaiaulani Land
Kapaa, Kauai, HI

Fri, 16 Jan 1998 21:25:01
Sharon Clark

Sat, 17 Jan 1998 13:03:45
Wayne O. Fergerstrom

Sun, 18 Jan 1998 11:48:50
Leon Pereira
Leon C Pereira PhD

Sun, 18 Jan 1998 19:29:12
michael brant

Saw your address on the universities home page and stopped by to check you out.. My prayers are with the nation and it is might hearts desire that more will be done to restore the injustices incurred by a nation of greedy shortsighted....I did'nt mean to trail off its just that I feel strongly about the need for restoration of ....

Sun, 18 Jan 1998 19:37:17
michael brant
uh hilo

thankyou for putting all this information on your home page ...if there anything I can do to help please ctc me

Mon, 19 Jan 1998 11:33:00
Leley Penina Faleafine
Wai'anae, O'ahu

Although hawaiian by blood and by geographic, I am proud to say that in the last three months I can finally say I am Hawaiian in my heart and soul. Believing in the American pubic school system and ignorant to the truth of the deception perpetuated for many years, in regards to the overthrow and the desecration of our queen, I have been brought to the light by ke Akua and shown a purpose in my life. Unfortuantely, my enlightment requires much guided direction, however in the swarm of organizations it is hard to determine whom to follow and whom to support. I ask of you to help me with any information you can provide in the following areas:

1. An orginazation which needs volunteers so that I may learn hands on the proper teachings and understanding of the soveriegnty movement.

2. As my kupuna has gone on to join the Poe kahiko, I seek someone with ka mana 'iho...strength from within that I may learn the right way.

I have two email addresses, one I access when in Wai'anae and the other when in Honolulu. Please respond to both as it will be hard for me to say my location from day to day.

My deepest mahalo to you and I have faith that ke Akua will do what is right for you, me and the Kanaka Maoli. A hui hou!

Mon, 19 Jan 1998 19:14:54
Kamanamaikalani Beamer

Sat, 24 Jan 1998 15:57:38
Mr.and Mrs. Levi Manners

Simple JUSTICE! You steal you pay, whether it be Land, from a persons home, stores, anything anywhere, the simple fact is it's STEALING, period! And this Government should be brought to trial for stealing. After all this system that we live in was built on CRIME, since the beginning. So don't go blaming people here, especially the natives as well as the locals and outsiders for doing what You(U.S.A. Gov) did, STEAL. First of all we did not go there (to America) they people came here. Even though I pay my TAXES to the US gov, it still comes back to me. The STEALING I mean, its just to much. This wouldnt be possible if they're guns werent as big as ours I guess. In anycase the JUDGES in this system are/is living a lie whether they like it or not. An APOLOGY wont do it, but MONEY will. SIMPLE JUSTICE!

A Reader

Tue, 27 Jan 1998 12:52:35
Greg Willson
Oceandream Media Foundation

I am writing from cold NYC, I am on the road,
and miss my island home on Kauai.

I believe that Hawaiian Soventy affords us a
wonderful opportunity to become more aware of
Hawaii's current food supply situation. A
great percentage of our food is robbed of its
'mana' through processing, transportation,
packaging, bioengineering,
and chemical preservatives.

Having been a vegetarian for environmnental, and spriritual
reasons ten years ago, I think alot about food.
I have a B.S. degree in Civil/Environmental Engineering
and particularly enjoy Health and Epidemological studies.

I would like to work together with other advocates of
Hawaiian Sovernty to help address some of the many issues
associted with our food supply in the Hawaiian Islands.
(including control of viral and pest strains, seed exchange banks,
community gardens, sustainable tourism, pesticides, etc.)

I have been working hard on, and also have
created an open directory for Kauai, called Kauai Coolsites, which makes
instant free homepages and helps people to promote and list them
on the web, as well as within the directory itself.

Please get in touch with me if you would like to
work with me on any of the mentioned sustainability issues,
or call 808 826 7426, I'll be off island till mid Feb.!)
Greg Willson

PS. Let's work together toward a self sufficient Hawaii.

Wed, 28 Jan 1998 14:56:45
Kilia Waiomina Ilona Purdy

Thu, 29 Jan 1998 16:16:13
Andrea Feeser
University of Hawaii at Manoa

Thu, 29 Jan 1998 21:34:44
Robert W. H. Ahsing
You have a cool site. Aloha

Sat, 31 Jan 1998 14:33:15
Kalei Chang

Sun, 1 Feb 1998 11:41:25
Shari Nahoopii

Mon, 2 Feb 1998 17:25:38
Maxine Leina'ala Wilcox
Mahalo nui no na mea hou a no ka 'oukou hana nui.

Wed, 4 Feb 1998 12:45:58
Tara Smith
Honolulu, Hawaii
Excellent use of the WWW for education and activism. Thank you for sharing your mission and your words.

Thu, 5 Feb 1998 02:59:01
Curt McCosco
COSMc Productions
Kauai, Hawaii

Fri, 6 Feb 1998 11:07:08
Ohana Council of the Independent Nation-State of Hawaii

aloha kakou! From puuhounua o waimanalo. E-mail any questions or comments to our E-mail address listed. a hui hou, kipikoa

Sat, 7 Feb 1998 10:46:11
Cece Aplin

Aloha ---- 1980 is the year that I became a resident of the Nation of Hawaii. Due to family needs on the mainland,I was absent from my Island home from June of 1986 until November of 1997. The changes that have taken place on Maui during my absence are a source of pain and great loss to me. I CANNOT even imagine the LOSS felt by those who still feel the caress of their ancestors in the wind, who hear the voices of their ancestors in the bird song, and feel the passion and life force or their ancestors in the `aina that sustains us all. Altho I have no ancestral Hawaiian blood flowing through my veins that I know of, have no illegal claims of ownership on the land, and was born a U.S. Citzen on the mainland --- my SOUL belongs to Hawaii Nei. Long live the Nation of Hawaii -- may she soon take her rightful place in the Nations of Earth and lead this planet forward to a time and place where ALL mankind eats, breathes, and lives ALOHA!!

"Ua mau ke ea o ka `aina i ka pono"

Sun, 8 Feb 1998 21:26:54
Alvin Kalimahana Awana

Keep up the good work. I'm glad to see that information is finally going out over the web.

Sun, 8 Feb 1998 23:58:41
Ken Kamal Kapoor
Honolulu, Hawaii

Great site! Nice to finally see a site ddedicated to the perpetuation of culture!! Keep up the goood work!!!!

Tue, 10 Feb 1998 20:42:04
Samuel Mapu Kaahaaina 111

Wed, 11 Feb 1998 15:14:31
Alika Paioa Kalanihuia Jr.

Thu, 12 Feb 1998 10:56:49
jeremey-bo namolokama kanahele
kailua, o'ahu

my name is namolokama kanahele. i am a junior at maryknoll high school i am doing a project on the overthrow of the hawaiian nation and the sovereignty movement. thanks for providing info for students like me... it is vital to the understanding
of hawaiian affairs.....thanks again.....

Thu, 12 Feb 1998 14:09:33
Lilinoe Quindica
Hui Kanaka Maoli
Hilo, Hawai'i

Fri, 13 Feb 1998 20:42:35
William Keali'i Beck Jr.
South Kona, Hawaii Kau District

Fri, 13 Feb 1998 20:52:30
williama Keali'i Beck Jr.
South Kona, Hawaii District of Ka'u

Interested in the illegal annexation of Hawaii.

Sun, 15 Feb 1998 16:54:20
ERica Konno
Honolulu, HI

Mon, 16 Feb 1998 17:10:44
S. Kaleikoa Ka`eo

E ike i ka hoakanaka o kipa hewa ke aloha i ka `ilio.
I pono na mamo a Haloa.

I ho`oku`oko`a `ia Ko Hawai`i Pae `Aina ma o ka mana o ka `aina, na akua, a me na kupuna.

Maika`i wale ka `oukou hana, e ho`omau aku...

Mon, 16 Feb 1998 22:46:49
Dudley Kaleohano Ka'ae
Hawaiian Freedom
Kamuela, Hawaii (Big Island)
http://no more

I thank Akua, that the time has come for all Hawaiians to stand and be counted, and to make that big push for the return of the greatest Nation, to be born once again. And let nothing stop this movement to return this Kingdom, not even the people itself, we must all be Strong.

"Ua Mau Ke Ea O Ka Aina I Ka Pono"

Sun, 22 Feb 1998 15:14:00
Fran Orian
Docent, 'Iolani Palace

Tue, 24 Feb 1998 00:31:39
Duffy Kekoa Ishiwo Duldulao
YPO Boiz

Kahi `o ka ua Wa`awa`hia o Waipi`o
No fight Hawaiians!!!

Thu, 26 Feb 1998 11:17:25
Frances Ann Makanani Cobb-Adams

Sat, 28 Feb 1998 16:36:50
Michael M. Ackerman
Ainako, Hawaii

Mon, 2 Mar 1998 10:55:04
stan tomita
university of hawai'i at manoa, dept of art

Fri, 27 Feb 1998 11:33:23
Tiffany-Lee Kaili Mae Romano
Hawaiian club @ Moanalua High school
Honolulu, Hawaii

I am a Hawaiian that believes in the freedom of the Hawaian Islands. I believe that our Islands were stolen from us un-rightfully and that we deserve a chance to gain our land and heritage back. We have suffered 100 years+ of suffering and tears, the least the United states can besides only apologizing for this selfish action of overthrowing a kingdom of high morrals and values is give us a chance to begin a new and rebuild what we have lost!!!

Sat, 7 Mar 1998 20:36:34
M. Leilani K. Kaleiohi (Kahu)
`Oihana Konohiki
The Garden Island of Kaua`i

E kala mai...I hope you do not mind that I have added your wonderfully informative page to my web page links. May peace be our guide and the perpetuation of righteous once again return to our beloved Hawai`i Nei!!! E Malama Mai...Leilani

Sun, 8 Mar 1998 10:01:15
Joseph Asis
Wahiawa, Oahu, Hawai'i

Sun, 8 Mar 1998 14:25:19

I hope this web page continues to serve as an ambassador of our home to the entire world by not only declaring truth, but also portraying the values of our ancestors. Lokahi, ho'oponopono, ha'aha'a and aloha. Maika'i loa kakou.

Tue, 10 Mar 1998 01:39:35
Thomas Swan

Tue, 10 Mar 1998 23:07:21
Miles Akana Pomaika'i Kahaloa
The Kahaloa Group
Honolulu, Hawaii

Wed, 11 Mar 1998 01:35:42
Mehanaokala Hind

Thu, 12 Mar 1998 10:56:28
Tia're Kunukau
Wai'anae, HI

This is the first time i ever heard of this web page......just was surfing around.

I give props to you people. I am Hawaiian and as for Sovereignty, I have no comment(s). I am not sure of what I want and whats best for us Hawaiians.

Thu, 12 Mar 1998 14:52:46
Kaloi Margaret Nawahine
Laie, Hawaii

Tue, 17 Mar 1998 22:14:29
Tippany Ku'uleialoha Kauanoe
Honolulu, Hawai'i

Thank you for making this website and for it being easily accesible to us all. Hopefully one day everyone will know what Hawai'i is about and how it really came to be what it is today. Mahalo nui loa!

Wed, 18 Mar 1998 17:09:31
Pikake Summers
Nation Of Hawai'i
Kahului,Mau'i- Hawai'i
March 18,1998

Aloha My Badda,

Sending a little message of love and aloha to you and yours. Mau'i Kupuna's are still working hard and dilegently for the betterment of our people. Just wanted to send a note letting you know that we're thinking of you and your 'Ohana. I got a chance to E-Mail you from Maui Community College!!!.

'E no'ono'o ia'u oe

Me Ke Aloha Pumehana,

Pikake & Chris Summers
P.O.Box 1575
Wailuku,Mau'i- Hawai'i
#808-871-2846 96793

Sat, 21 Mar 1998 11:15:52

Mon, 23 Mar 1998 18:27:23
John L. Delgado
Kahua Na'au A'o Ma
wonderful - Mahalo

Mon, 23 Mar 1998 20:39:48
Hilo, Hawaii

It is really great to see that the background information about my Hawaiian culture can be found on the internet. It allows people everywhere to understand what has happened to us and how much it has effected us. Today not much of our people know what went on, which is very sad. It is hard to realize all that has been done. Everyday I think to myself how it would be if we could just go back for at least one day and see how the Hawaiians lived. The language is not even spoken among our people too and soon it will be lost. With no language there will be no culture. Who knows what will become of the Hawaiian culture....time will tell. Be Proud to be Hawaiian, NEVER FORGET WHO YOU ARE OR WHERE YOU COME FROM.......HE HAWAI`I AU MAU A MAU......

Mon, 23 Mar 1998 21:07:14
Hilo, Hawaii
-- HE HAWAI`I AU MAU A MAU !!!!! --


Tue, 24 Mar 1998 16:23:56
Brenda Mae Haunani Fischer

Tue, 24 Mar 1998 23:43:07
Joseph Conti
Napoopoo, Kona, Big Island

I am constantly surprised by the tyrany and injustice that governments perpetuate on people. I have lived in Kona since 1981 and love the place/people. I play music professionally here, sometimes with Hawaiians Unlimited, Randy Lorenzo, Kunia Galdeira (Gabbys Grandson), Pauline Wilson and others. Please let me know what I can do to help locally-Kona side I have been in contact with Johnny Liberty and I think he has some good points. he will be in Kona on April 22 to talk about his views on Soverignty and how to reclaim it. Please put me in touch with others in Kona interested in establishing Freedom! Mahalo & Aloha

Wed, 25 Mar 1998 02:28:24
Kehaulani Awaya

Ua mau ke ea o ka 'aina i ka pono!
A hui hou e malama pono!

Wed, 25 Mar 1998 14:26:32
John Delgado
Kailua-Kona, Hawaii

Thu, 26 Mar 1998 23:10:44

If there is something native Hawaiians need to do in this political year, Iwould really like to know. I have been educating myself on your information. Which has made me aware of the cituation at hand. So more insight on imme- diate action would be greatly appreciated and needed. Mahalo for this oppurtunity.

Fri, 27 Mar 1998 00:46:27
Lana Kaiaulani Land
Wailua, Kauai

Sun, 29 Mar 1998 15:15:31
Denice Keliikoa

Sun, 29 Mar 1998 15:29:02
Ida-Lucille Kaleiho'omahie Hanohano
Malama 'Ike
Hana, Maui, Hawaii

Interested in learning about your group. My uncle heard Henry Noa lecture and was very impressed. So I am wanting to learn too.

Mon, 30 Mar 1998 12:25:43
Marsy Kaio
Waianae, HI

I just read about the overthrow of Hawaii. I feel like an ignorant Hawaiian. I've heard about the overthrow when I was in school, but it never phased me. After reading about it today, I feel so angry and hurt. I feel like I, personally, have been betrayed!

Mon, 30 Mar 1998 17:42:35
charly vesy
helped build hookulea

do you ever get the feeling these clown invaders are just giving us scraps a little at a time, hoping we will assim ilate into their manic-techno-culture thats approaching the edge in many ways like violence, sex, drugs, media addiction etc. to the max.

time to ship the state capital building to boston and dump it in the harbor, how you figure?

i think we not only need to march on washington who has the money they owe us in rent and reperations for all these years of occupation, but need some powerful allies in the international community, like china who the u.s. sais violates es human rights. what a joke when the u.s. army is still in makua valley. why did the u.n. kick hussain out of kuwait, and not the u.s. out of makua, etc.?

Mon, 30 Mar 1998 18:32:49
David J. Park
CB Commercial Real Estate Group
Honolulu, Hawaii

Tue, 31 Mar 1998 01:48:57
Kalawai‘a Moore

Tue, 31 Mar 1998 08:11:06
Pedro Sado Jr
Just A Native Hawwaiian
Pukalani Maui Hi

Fri, 3 Apr 1998 15:00:57
Jerry Nishihira
Waimea High School Teacher

Very nice! Well put together and very informative! Good job and keep up the good work. I would like to see more pictures of the actual leaders of each Hawaiian sovereign group in the webpages.


Sat, 4 Apr 1998 22:53:43
Dani Kahalelaukoa Omphroy Ell
Kaloko Wai 'O Puna
Upper Puna District (Big Island)

Mon, 6 Apr 1998 15:39:08
Shelley A. Attix
U.H.-Manoa Grad Student
Pearl City, Hawai`i

Mon, 6 Apr 1998 16:06:58
Tanya Ah Yuen

Mon, 6 Apr 1998 22:43:06
Ku'uipo K. Kalima

I juss was surfing the net and thought I'd sign-in. A hui hou

Tue, 7 Apr 1998 12:26:30
Miliaka H. Kanehailua

Imua na Hawai'i!!!

Sat, 11 Apr 1998 10:08:38
Alena Kamakakama Kaiokekoa
Ka wahi kapu o Hoona
Kona Akau

Sat, 11 Apr 1998 12:07:52
wanda aki

Sat, 11 Apr 1998 12:24:02
Bernadine Kukana Yuen Lan (Ho) Enrique
Kaua'i Community College, ASKCC
Lihu'e, Kaua'i, Hawai'i 96766

Will you please place me on the Nation's electronic mailing list to receive occasional updates, news articles, and action alerts. I am an OAT student at Kaua'i Community College who is just learning how to use e-mail. I have had one lesson on the Internet as of today. However, before May, 1998, I am sure that our class will cover this subject. Please help me learn how to use this marvelous entity by electronically mailing me updates, news articles, action alerts, and any other information you feel I should receive concerning this subject. I am excitedly awaiting your answer.

Mahalo nui loa, a hui hou, e malama pono,

Bernadine KYL Enrique
KCC Student/ASKCC Senator

Sat, 11 Apr 1998 23:37:10
J Scott
Papakole'a Hawaii

Like Michael Collins, the man who freed Ireland from the British, said :"OUR ONLY WEAPON IS OUR REFUSAL."

All Hawaiians should see the movie MICHAEL COLLINS, as well as the anti-sovereignty people, then they would be thankful to the Hawaiians for not going the way the Irish did. Which is gaining independence by killing.

Sun, 12 Apr 1998 19:48:02
candice viloria
kaneohe, hawaii

I encourage you to keep fighting to claim the rights that you're entitled to.

Wed, 15 Apr 1998 11:42:22
Kaleionalani Nihipali
hawaiian language immersion schools

Wed, 15 Apr 1998 20:40:50
Ramona-Ann Momilani Kaehuaea
Niu Valley, O˙ahu

Thu, 16 Apr 1998 23:28:24
Elliott Harris

Thanks for the information on the web site.
I hope we can all strive for the rights of indigenous people everywhere.

Fri, 17 Apr 1998 16:19:56
Rodneypeter Dunn Aurello
Hilo, Hawai`i

As I read your guest book, I realized that the people on the mainland and the rest of the world have no idea that there is a movement to restore Hawai`i's independence. However, by you creating this web site, you have begun to educate people who would otherwise still be ignorant of the sovereignty movement. My grand uncle is pure hawaiian. He was born in 1925 and was completely Westernized because of the public schools. He was taught that America is always right and that the way Americans think and behave is best. I believe that many other Hawaiians who were born after the overthrow of the monarchy were taught similar lies. I myself have done a lot of research about the history of Hawai`i and the overthrow of the monarchy. Even though no one can deny that the U.S. violated international law by overthrowing the Hawaiian monarchy and later illegaly annexing it, why has the United Nations or the United States government done nothing to rectify this horrible injustice committed against the Kanaka maoli? I fully support the restoration of the Hawaiian nation. Aloha.

Sun, 19 Apr 1998 07:56:24
Kimball Smith
Hawai'ian Kingdom (Ohana Counsel)
Kohala, Hawai'i

Please keep me informed and I'll spread the word.
Aloha Bumpy

Sun, 19 Apr 1998 13:01:30
Skye Aric Correa
Member of OHA, AES & SMPTE
Student in Florida right now


With our culture as rich in history and diversity as it is. I believe that we as Hawaiian people owe it to ourselves to look within ourselves and understand whats going on with our country. We get caught up in the capitialist way of thinking and abandon the true core of our being which is our spirtuality. It is time for all of us to re-think our lives and focus on making us "the Hawaiian people" strong and unified and at peace with each other.

Tue, 21 Apr 1998 15:23:52
Alexander Kirk
Future swedish consul to the Nation of
Hwaii.Pahoa H.I

As a U.S citizen who has lived here for over seven years I have come to know this nation and because of the treaty of 1852 feel for the first time the real explanation of friend ship and protcol between the two nations is clear. I intend to approch the future consul general with the idea to extend embassy relations with both the state of hawaii and the nation of Hawaii when he returns to sweden to confirm his position.
Respectfull, Alexnder Kirk

Thu, 23 Apr 1998 12:02:40

Fri, 24 Apr 1998 07:46:02
jacob h. kana jr.

Fri, 24 Apr 1998 11:40:24
Robert W. Chang Jr.
Maui, Haiku

Thu, 30 Apr 1998 14:18:21
Junius O'Brennan
retired teacher
P.O. Box2053 Kihei, HI 96753

I admire and support your effort to define your future!

Fri, 1 May 1998 21:23:06
Drew Kapp & Herbert Poepoe
University of Hawai'i / Hawai'i Pacific University
Ka'a'awa, O'ahu

We cannot wait to see the day when Hawai'i reclaims its sovereignty from the United States and pono is restored.

Sat, 2 May 1998 13:49:55
Lehualani Holguin
Hilo, Hawaii

Sat, 9 May 1998 21:06:35
Alvin M Cortez
Haiku, MAUI

Thu, 14 May 1998 08:18:01
Rebecca Kapolei Kiili
Wailuku, Maui,Hawai`i

Thank you for having information like this available to everyone.

Thu, 14 May 1998 22:57:01
Regina Gregory

Fri, 15 May 1998 13:31:05
Jesse Ka'ilihao Keijiro Nakanishi

Fri, 15 May 1998 19:26:35
Gavin Ledson
Hawaii Perparatory Academy
Kailua-Kona HI

Nice for Hawaiian History project... will recomend for my classes... need more information on like the Consitution of 1887 only has the document itself and a brief explanation of it...

Sat, 16 May 1998 12:55:09
nadine naumu-alvarado

Mon, 18 May 1998 08:55:50
renata bordallo
palolo valley, honolulu, oahu

from one islander (chamorro from guam) to many others, stand up and be heard. and let us do it with love in our hearts, as this will reflect the greatness of our peoples. aloha.

Fri, 22 May 1998 23:06:52
Ciro Kalani Kamai
kolohe boys

I feel that Hawaiians should receive what has been rightfully thiers (land). Anything that benefits our people, I have no jealousy toward my fellow Kanaka's, because as a race we are slowly dying out in numbers.

Sun, 24 May 1998 19:50:14
Honolulu, HI

Aloha ke Akua!!

Me ke aloha, Pua

Sun, 24 May 1998 23:56:58
Lepeka Daniels

Sun, 31 May 1998 12:34:37
Chris H. Curnan

Mon, 1 Jun 1998 12:28:12
Robnert Eugene Taylor
Honolulu, Hawaii

This web site is just great ... and it seems most of the responses think you are doing a good thing too.
Mahalo Nui loa for puting out such a website.

Tue, 2 Jun 1998 11:21:11

Thu, 4 Jun 1998 14:36:25
D. Melehaulani Carroll
Na Po'e Kokua
Wailuku, Maui

Fri, 5 Jun 1998 11:34:31
Jolene Kaowahi Kaili
Hilo, Hawaii

I am interested in learning more about this due to the fact that I am of Hawaiian ancestiry.

Sat, 6 Jun 1998 10:21:04
Conrad Thomas Lenhardt

Tue, 9 Jun 1998 02:17:55
Bruno Voss Ph.D.

Aloha to my friends of the Island of Kaua'i. I like to live on Kaua'i all my life. I love the Garden Island.

Fri, 12 Jun 1998 10:58:06
Kala'e Kinney
Hanalei, Kauai

I would like to send my Mahalo's to the nation of Hawaii for putting such informative articles on the web. IMUA..... And to my Ohana back home living on the Aina of peoples dreams...Aloha 'Aina. Much Aloha to the Trask sisters, and other numerous Advocates for Hawaiian self-governing, for your awesome inspiration and mana'o on our native rights. The article that caught my attention was "Missing Iwi". Much Aloha goes to the Kanahele family and the Hui Malama I Na Kupuna O Hawai'i Nei for sharing to us the importance of the care taking of our native ancestors Iwi.
The Mana lives on.......

Fri, 12 Jun 1998 15:16:50
Raphael Hulihe`e
RH Farms

Tue, 16 Jun 1998 09:12:01
Kevin Peterson

Hawaiian sovereignty is an idea whose time has come. With the right coalition of interest groups, this thing can happen. The key is to show the powers that be in the tourist industry that this is in their interest. Once that happens, once the money interests get behind this, Hawaiian sovereignty will happen as fast as the Berlin Wall came down. I want to help, please contact me.

Sat, 20 Jun 1998 10:49:56


Sun, 21 Jun 1998 23:14:34
Viola Kuulei Mundrick

Wed, 24 Jun 1998 12:08:53
Kirk Pu'uohau-Pummill
Hilo, Hawai'i

Thu, 25 Jun 1998 19:24:59
Susan E. Kekai
Mililani, Oahu

Fri, 26 Jun 1998 00:23:42
Scott Keawemauhili Wong
Natural Born Hawaiians

Aloha to the nation. I'am very interested in our movement for Hawaiian Independence. I would like to be added to your mailing list and updated on any information which can be afforded about the Hawaiian Nation. I would like to add that your site is very informative and graciously done...

Fri, 26 Jun 1998 19:51:08
"Lindsay l.(Ka'Leo):Lindsey"

Executive Minister, Lindsay l.(Ka'Leo):Lindsey via Office of Hawaiian Affairs (O'Ha) Interim Provisional Goverment/Council(s); "People of the Hawai'i(an) Society" [P.L. 103-150-Whereas #35] Hawai'i(an) Islands/Archipelago/Ke Aupuni O Hawai'i Nei, et de jure-Ea I Ka ono The 10,00 pages of documents and flings with the Federal/State/local U.S. governments, the Office of Hawaiian Affairs, U.S. elected 'trusees'/Board; USDC 96-00089 HG; 98-00084 DAE (interesting...check it out); Please mail updates and info: c/o: a general delivery (Mikana Street), Waianae, O'ahu, Hawai'i(an) Islands/Archipelago, non-domestic U.S. mailing [we get the mail just fine without a Federal Zip Code (which by the way ties your loction into the Federal jurisdiction without reservations of inherent sovereign rights..thought you'd like to know) AloHa. Ka'Leo

Sat, 27 Jun 1998 08:39:32
J. Lee
honolulu, HI

The Ireland case should serve as a warning to all foreign-devils that the Hawaiian people will not tolerate further oppression from them. Your daughters, wives and girlfriends are not safe. Let us live free or not at all.

Sat, 27 Jun 1998 11:21:01
Lloyd Jeffrey Mallan
The Libertarian Party of Hawaii

I completely support sovreignty for Hawaii.

Wed, 1 Jul 1998 20:08:23
Patricia Kealohapauole Nishiyma
Nation of Hawaii - Na Kupuna O Maui
Lahaina, Maui


Fri, 3 Jul 1998 07:27:37
Maurice Naleimaile
Punaluu, Oahu

Mon, 6 Jul 1998 23:10:54
Nadine Roselani Alpichi
Honolulu HI

Tue, 7 Jul 1998 02:58:33
The Very Rev'd David Holmes-Smith
Order of the Culdee

It is my understanding that the earliest religious beliefs of Hawaiians was monotheisitic, a belief in One God called I'o. The name I'o may have been derived from Eho or Jeho-vah with these beliefs brought to Hawaii by the proto-polynesians. There is also evidence of a more recent contact with Christianity evident by the traditions connected with Lono. Specifically the crossed mast and white cloth. This was the mark of the early Celts that migrated to the Americans by the 5th century. The celts were also associated with Eastern Christians of the same geography as the proto-polynesians.

If this be true, at least Eastern Christianity has a place in the New nation of Hawaii. I pray this historic faith be granted an indiginous right to remain a historic belief among Hawaiians who believe with a "one-God" heart.



Tue, 7 Jul 1998 17:19:15
Rose Kaloke Kia Kirland
Candidate for OHA Trustee, Maui 1998
Wailuku, Maui

This is my first visit to your site. So far, I 'm thrilled to see it. I hope to share as well as learn about Hawaii & it's future at this site.

I am visiting all Hawaiian sites as I am a candidate for the November 3 OHA election this year. My background is in real estate and mortgage financing. My web page will be available shortly this month, & I will share the address soon.



Wed, 8 Jul 1998 17:54:48
alena kamakakama kaiokekoa

Wed, 8 Jul 1998 20:02:36
Jeri Namahoe Brede

I was just looking for some information for my research paper...and it was very interesting....Thank you for the information...

Mon, 13 Jul 1998 14:44:12
sophia leialoha spencer-pavao

I am pleasantly surprized ,of course i was always a late bloomer but,right on i am ready to absorb all info that you can and will share much aloha and mahalo nui loa.

Tue, 14 Jul 1998 21:02:10
Ivanelle K. Kahalepuna

Wed, 15 Jul 1998 12:07:39

Thu, 16 Jul 1998 15:35:33
Doreen Elikapeka Kaeo-Ellison
Hawaiian Descendant

Thu, 16 Jul 1998 17:13:02
warren patrick sunada

soupeeeeeeeeeeeee! aloha and keep up the good news!

Sat, 18 Jul 1998 16:59:34
Shirley Clark

I Love[and live in] Hawaii and it's native Hawaiians.I totally support the people doing this work and will return to website regularly to stay on top of this issue. Let me know how I can best support you. Mahalo!

Sun, 19 Jul 1998 16:28:04
Honey Kamealoha Sunada Cooney
Will keep an eye here for upcoming and ongoing events.

Mon, 20 Jul 1998 11:31:41
Leimomi Apio

Haole arrogance will not allow them to do what is right. Kanaka Maoli need to unify because there is strenth in numbers. We must agree on a common goal and work TOGETHER if we want justice.

Wed, 22 Jul 1998 00:48:36
Elizabeth Kauakekuahilo Paoa Cullen
Mililani, Hawaii

I am proud to be a Hawaiian and would like to receive more information. Thank you. Betsy

Wed, 22 Jul 1998 20:50:38
moana nahinu chincio

Wed, 22 Jul 1998 20:51:23
moana nahinu chincio

Mon, 27 Jul 1998 11:19:56
Pat Omandam
Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Kakaako, Oahu
Nice website.

Mon, 27 Jul 1998 11:48:38
Nicholas Dickey
Student at University of Chicago
Wahiawa, HI

I would like to subscribe to your mailing list and news letters. I grew up in Hawai'i and intend to return after college to support and teach Hawaiian History, Olena (Hawaiian Language) and push for sovereignty. I figure the best thing I can do for Hawai'i is get an education in order to best serve the Islands and the People.

Currently I am studying Environmental Science and plan to attend University of Hawai'i to study Tropical Agriculture and Education.



Mon, 27 Jul 1998 13:35:33
Tammy Lahela Oberle
Punalu`u, Oahu, Hawai`i

Tue, 28 Jul 1998 08:30:51
Trina Ann Lewis
Ewa Beach, Hawaii

Hey what's going on with you crazy, partying Hawaiians's?

Fri, 31 Jul 1998 09:20:38
Lewis Goldenberg
Kurtistown, Hawaii
Keep up the good works

Sat, 1 Aug 1998 16:01:23
Professor Henry H. Safavi, Ph.D., FRSH
American University of Hawaii
Wailuku, Maui

My organization and I are proud to be part of Hawaiian culture and heritage.

Sun, 2 Aug 1998 09:54:22
Linda Ka'auwai-Iwamoto
Contrades/Papoko/Ka'auwai 'Ohana

My heart breaks each time I read about OUR queen. Every morning on my way to work, I walk through the PALACE grounds to my place of employment. I say good morning to OUR King and Queen, in Hawaiian, of course, and tell them what kind of morning it is, whether it be a beautiful morning or a rainy morning, it's important to me to let them know.

Those who are employed by the State as the groundskeepers for the Palace grounds should be made aware of how important it is to keep its grounds in an immaculate condition, after all, it was and still remains, the Palace grounds. It's grounds should be raked every morning, before receiving its guests, whether it's me, the tourists, or the vagrants. I don't think they do, it's all power equipment, and more so, they should be out there working rather then sitting under the Gazzebo. They should be so proud and have that pride knowing this is where MY King and Queen once ruled and lived.

I know it's been more then normal that I say these things, but I am so proud to be of the native Hawaiian race and that my father was a Kanaka Maoli. I appreciate your taking the time out to read this.


Sun, 2 Aug 1998 20:47:24
Mimi Forsyth

Tue, 4 Aug 1998 13:15:49
Independent Nation-State of Hawaii
Hawaii loa kulike kakou! Ho'oku'oko'a!

Tue, 4 Aug 1998 14:12:17
Syd Jamison
Interesting site!

Wed, 5 Aug 1998 09:05:28
Pilialoha Johnson
Hilo, HI

Wed, 5 Aug 1998 11:35:59
Gloria Kathleen Biggs
Makawao HI

Its wonderful that you have organized a site so that we may know the truth about how your Islands were stolen from your people, mahalo for your efforts

Thu, 6 Aug 1998 07:18:58
Dr. Dale Moss
The Queen's Medical Center

Thu, 6 Aug 1998 07:22:12
Dr. Dale Moss
The Queen's Medical Center

How can one not support the rights of a people when the facts are known?

Fri, 7 Aug 1998 00:02:39
Lorraine Piilani Kamai Smith

Fri, 7 Aug 1998 09:04:22

Most i read guest comments,i find that indeed these insights and comments have become a veritable forum for the verification and disemination of important information pertinent to the struggle and resolution of HAWAIIAN SOVEREIGNTY.....please make every effort to post and maintain this vital information. THANK YOU

Fri, 7 Aug 1998 16:16:41
Chris Fry

Sat, 8 Aug 1998 12:21:48
Russell Tavares
Independent Nation
Maui, Hawaii

Full support behind you
The Tavares Family

Sat, 8 Aug 1998 12:44:17
Cheryle D. Laanui-Creacy
Ka Lahui
Makawao, Maui, HI

So very happy to see this home page. Was surfing the net for my hawaiian geneology and came across your page. I do hope and pray that we hawaiians will ALL STAND TOGETHER and GET OUR LANDS BACK, that is rightfully ours. I was born and raised here on Maui, and its so sad to see buildings and parking lots going up on our aina. I do support that HAWAIIAN CAUSE very much. Malama Pono A Hui Hou.

Sat, 8 Aug 1998 23:06:37
nadine naumu-alvarado

very interesting web site I very much enjoyed this,keep up the good work so all hawaiians like myself learn more about the sovereignty movement and how important it is to not forget our hawaiian past and to be proud of my hawaiian heritage even if we don't have our independence of a nation I'm still proud to be a hawaiian. god bless.

Sun, 9 Aug 1998 21:00:24
Lorraine Piilani Kamai Smith

This has help me to know about my people and it helps me to understand about the hawaian sovereignty. I have never known about this until I search the web on sovereignty, I so much hear about, that one says this and other says that, so searching made me understand about me and our hawaiian people and no matter how far we are or how near we are be proud of who you are as a hawaiian and past on to our children our culture and history for this i will do.

Sun, 9 Aug 1998 22:21:58

Thu, 13 Aug 1998 23:05:34
malia kupahu
Punana Leo O Maui

Aloha Kakou pakahi a pau!

Makemake wau e ha'i ia 'oukou mahalo nui no analike me na po'e o ka honua. I told my friends around the world to visit here and gain empowerment from what our culture is achieving at a rapid pace. How proud we are to be Hawaiian. Mahalo nui hou!!!!

Thu, 13 Aug 1998 23:35:59
Ka Lahui
Hilo, Hi.,

After viewing all those slides of the aloha march, I feel proud to be hawaiian. I just wish I could have been there like the rest of you, but because of extenuating circumstances, I could not make it. In closing, I do see the need to further educate the kanaka maoli and hawaiian citizens as to the process all of you par took to show the rest of the world the plight of the kanaka maoli and other indeginous people. A lot of people do not understand was happening, so education is the key to success.Mahalo and aloha for letting me view and share my mana'o. Aloha a hui hou e malama pono.

Sat, 15 Aug 1998 18:57:02
Leina`ala Wilcox
Ke Ala O Ka Hölua
Ponahawai, Hilo, Hawai`i

We were on the mailing list, but our computer crashed, and I haven't heard from you since. Please add us if we got dropped. We treasure the information you send. Mahalo a nui loa a malama pono...

Sat, 15 Aug 1998 23:01:02
Marissa Soliven
Koloa, Hawai'i

Please support Linda Lingle in the Primary and General Election this year.

Sat, 15 Aug 1998 23:26:19
Alvin Kalimahana Awana
Nanakuli, Oahu

Sun, 16 Aug 1998 10:59:54


Sun, 16 Aug 1998 14:20:43
Sean White

I think Sovereignty is a joke.
You guys are extremists
Quit whining.

Mon, 17 Aug 1998 18:18:09
Kenson Kuba

Tue, 18 Aug 1998 10:21:54
Paradise Restoration Project

We should all work together in the spirit of Aloha to restore the earth back to its paradisial state. I am also committed to doing anything in my power to restoring the Hawai'ian Islands back to the Kanaka Maoli, and hope to be privileged enough to spend the rest of my earthly life there.

Please keep me posted on any news and especially about sovereignty gatherings on the Big Island. I too am "homeless", in the full sense of the word, as my family left Europe during the Bolshevik invasion of 1920.

May God Almighty bless and keep us all.

Until we meet again,


Wed, 19 Aug 1998 15:23:55
Patrick J. Gallagher

Excellent page. Good luck and god bless all of you in your truthful mission to correct the wrongs that have befallen your people.

Has anybody tried to scan the Blount Report into the Library of Congress or your home page. It occurs to me that if this were done and then the public was made aware of it's electronic existence, it could be pointed to as the defining truth of what the ignorant. If you need more ideas in this area, it would be my great pleasure to share with you my ideas.


Patrick "Kork" Gallagher

Wed, 19 Aug 1998 15:36:19
Gary Lee Kuanoni
CMG Funding Corp.
Waipahu, HI

Nice site - very informative.

Fri, 21 Aug 1998 12:05:25
KuahiwioKaala Souza
Kailua, Oahu

Sun, 23 Aug 1998 11:51:24
nadine naumu-alvarado

Mon, 24 Aug 1998 21:28:10
Matt Ioane
Majjjor @ AOL.COM
The Hawaiian Patriotic League

Tue, 25 Aug 1998 11:56:22
Orpha Kaina
state of hawaii DOE
Lahaina HI

Tue, 25 Aug 1998 13:06:46
Keanuenue Kapahua

Tue, 25 Aug 1998 22:27:39
Jared Jack (Honu)

I love visiting your site!!
I think everyone in Hawaii as well as the rest of the world should stand up and Take Notice that its time for change!!
This has gone on long enough!!..........The United States has no right to this land!!
I hope I neva sound too angry,...but I am!!
I hope you dont mind if I ad you to my page. If you feel that you want to add my link to your site , feel free!....Mahalo,nui and Aloha!!!


Wed, 26 Aug 1998 01:41:44
Robert Eugene Taylor

It is sad that the signatures of our ancesters were( lost ) misplaced for so long. It would be sadder still if nothing comes of it. IMUA !!

Wed, 26 Aug 1998 08:52:07
Lawrence Scott Bucknell
62-202 KAM HWY. HALEIWA, HI 96712
http:// NONE

I studied Hawiiana in college and have always known annexation was a snow job. The Great Mahele is a very sad turn of events for the Hawaiians.

I support the the reclaimance of the Hawaiian Kingdom. That it should be fully restored, with land .

It will very hard to orchestrate and much of the problem may come from discension among Hawaiians.

I suport the movement- but don't forget, we must all take responsibility for our own existence, rear and educate our children to be productive , able and free.

Hawaiian, Indian, English, Peruvian--- as proud as all heritages are, the Hawaiians being a special example to me., the Hawaiians will find that an inherited ancestry has nothing to do with who you are.

With Love and Respect

Scott Bucknell

Thu, 27 Aug 1998 07:08:44

Aloha Kakou

Continue the work your passion presents for it is greatly appreciated. It enables me to tap in through this mikini and witness that which is occurring.

Much is left to do and all glory must be given to Almighty GOD.

Be clear in your endeavors and compassionate in your presentation and nothing can deter you from your course.

Each one of us will get exactly what we deserve for each one of us has spent this lifetime trying to achieve the goals we perceive as important. I pray that when we receive our consequential rewards, we may all look upon them as the blessings we set out to reap.

May the LIGHT of GOD guide you and yours on the path to the FATHER'S HOUSE OF MANY MANSIONS. That the Kingdom of Hawai`i be secured and manifested in concert with that of the FATHER'S.

Aloha No
"Lightworkers of Mu"

Thu, 27 Aug 1998 09:50:11
David L. Florence
Ha'iku Hawaii

Thu, 27 Aug 1998 14:39:49
Angela Kahealani
Honolulu, Oahu, Kingdom of Hawai`i Nei

Uncle Sam go home.

Thu, 27 Aug 1998 19:05:25
patrick kahawaiola'a
Aupuni O' Hawaii
Hawaiian Islands hawaiian homestead

Native Hawaiians need to take responsibility for their actions. The annexation was fraud upon the native people and the courts and legislature of this defacto government, continues to perpetuate the same and suppress the native Hawaiians. The dhhl is putting the native Hawaiians into a bankruptcy society and the the truth is that the hawaiian homes commission, as was put into place in 1920, no longer exist, as the fradulent state of hawaii, eliminated the commissioners and substituted their executive board, called "hawaiian home commission", by legislation in Act 207 (1963). read and makaala that act 207, session laws and if you are a product of the homestead, you will realize how they have and continue to kill and/or slaughter us.

Thu, 27 Aug 1998 22:55:22
Lucy Kekela Mokuiki Miller (Kuhia)

I still need to learn about the annexation, I found out that my great-grandmother and grandmother both signed against the annexation I am so grateful for this website and for allowing us to find out more on the internet

Fri, 28 Aug 1998 09:43:46
Foster Ampong
Hui O Waa Kaulua
Kula, Maui

Imua!!!! Lokahi!!!!!!Kupa`a

Sat, 29 Aug 1998 07:36:31
Dawa Gail Lorien
Paleaku Gardens & Sukhasiddhi Foundation
Kau & Berkeley

Sun, 30 Aug 1998 20:10:12

Blossom Opelupuakea Kaonohi

Please send latest information on what your organization is doing - if I can be of help, let me know.

I have no special degree's just a kupuna interested in your ideals.



Tue, 1 Sep 1998 09:53:45

Alena Kamaka kama Kaiokekoa
Ka Wahi Kapu O Hoona
Kona akau
mahalo iaou ekoumanao

Tue, 1 Sep 1998 17:30:05

Ronald K. Rocafort
Indiginous Rights Suporter

Glad to be in the know!

Wed, 2 Sep 1998 10:49:24
Juliemoon Woolsey/Mahina
Waikapu Maui

have enrolled my daughter in Kula Kaiapuni 'O Maui Papa Malaa'o,and my husband and I are learning the language and culture I will be helping write a monthly newsletter for the parents and we would like to include info. on events of the movement and possibly some legend type info. for thought I think this may be a good starting point mahalo moon

Wed, 2 Sep 1998 23:03:21
Lora Kanno

Interested in what's right for the Native People of Hawaii.

Sat, 5 Sep 1998 18:01:09
John Bradford
Friends of Aloha

I can't wait for them to start giving back the islands to the people they stoled it from. Aloha

Mon, 7 Sep 1998 21:41:29
Scot Chang
University of Hawai'i History Dept.

Mahaloa nui ia 'oe. your web page is incredible! I am a senior at UH doing my thesis on Hawaiian Annexation. I am particularly focusing on the petition that was signed by 400 Hawaiian prior to the annexation. Like the many others I was unaware that such petitions existed. I am interested in uncovering why, when and how the petition was organized and used. I would be much greatful if you had any sources that may direct me into this research. My email address is

thanks again!!!

Mon, 7 Sep 1998 23:18:05
Kawika L.A. Awana

Enjoyed browsing through your pages. I find it very informitive and colorful and highly educational. My own opinion of the issues at hand (SOVEREIGNTY), is that the kanaka maoli need to further educate themselves of the values of being hawaiian. I feel that we've live the western culture so long, we've become like them in more ways than one. But education now, would only enhance what is really deep in our souls. That, can't be taken away. We need a leader that will not only hear us, but promote what the Kanaka Maoli are striving for and be a leader for the km, the aina and pono for all.

E Mahalo,


Thu, 10 Sep 1998 16:26:21
Stacy K. B
Hawaii, I am Hawaiian and love to see Hawaiian display on the net...e-back on more info.please, Kekoki

Fri, 11 Sep 1998 00:39:16
Scott Keawemauhili Wong
Honolulu, Hawaii

Congratulations on a well informative page not only for the Hawaiians but for all cultures on all continents. I feel that knowledge is our key to righting what was wronged in our past. Not only the wrongs done by the "white man" but also from our own ignorance. The ignorance of our parents and grandparents to have let it get this far. With your persistence for the truth and the knowledge and intelligence of the Kanaka's today, we are destined to be our own people with our own aina. I can see the numbers slowly growing and more participation in the movement for Sovereignty. But yet I still see alot of natives moving to the mainland for lower costs of living and jobs, only to see more foreigners moving here to Hawai'i. We need to address this in relations with Homestead. Which poses a question, why do we have to qualify for a loan for a home to be built on homestead land. Hawaiians have a hard enough time qualifying for any other types of loan much less a home loan. If they could qualify, I don't think Hawaiians would need Homestead. I know many older Hawaiians who have long retired or had struggled sending six kids to school try to qualify for homestead but only end up being denied because they don't make enough. Well whats the purpose of homestead? For wealthy and financial sound Hawaiians who have jobs and own homes already? What happens with the poor Hawaiians struggling, living on beaches only to be kicked off while hippies live on the outer islands with no hassles from DLNR. And hippies who end up squatting lands for seven years and then put a claim in for ownership. Correct me if I'm wrong, but doesen't it seem that the Hawaiians qualifying for the homes are the only ones putting any money down on these lands. And why does OHA receive millions of dollars a year and spend most of it on the lawyers when they should be spending it on building the house for these Hawaiians who have no homes.

However, thanks for all the information and Mana you bring to the people of Hawai'i. Keep up the good work.


Sat, 12 Sep 1998 17:54:01
Mary Kytti Thornton
Kamuela, HI

Sat, 12 Sep 1998 18:29:35
Deborah McClain
Pahoa, HI

Fri, 18 Sep 1998 21:15:17
William Spence

In general I support sovereignty, it will be interesting to see the form it will take, and what happens with the land.

Sat, 19 Sep 1998 00:05:27
Kathleen Leilani Fernandez Shimada
Kahului, Maui

Sat, 19 Sep 1998 10:52:25
Reginald Knipes
People of the Hawaiian Society
Honolulu, O`ahu, Hawai`i

Wed, 23 Sep 1998 09:55:27

Wed, 23 Sep 1998 10:53:18
Elisa Kulia Lehua Mercado
Kahaluu, Oahu, Hawaii
I am a young Hawaiian woman going to college and I believe Hawaiians deserve to have independence. But, I feel we are a long way away from sovereignty. I watch a lot of things happening now, and I am sad that we as a people cannot come together and agree. How are we supposed accomplish anything?
I think it will be up to my generation to come up with a plan that will work, and the only way to do that is to get an education; be 'akamai not only in the Hawaiian way, but in the Haole way. We live in a Haole world now and the only way Hawaiians will survive is to learn their ways also. Another
thing we have to do is to put Hawaiians in high seats. Get them in government, politics, judicial seats, everywhere; and they need to be trustworthy and able to do what they promise for the people. We need to show the world that Hawaiians can lead. That is the only way sovereignty will be successful.
Mahalo a nui loa!!

Thu, 24 Sep 1998 08:47:33

I have watched and admired your sight for years. I just moved and am back on-line with a new address. E Ho'omau.


Sat, 26 Sep 1998 10:31:25
Ana-Leah Ika
Maui, HI

Wed, 30 Sep 1998 08:09:10
Rhawnee Pauahi Kealoha Aguirre
Pearl City, Oahu

Tue, 29 Sep 1998 16:29:55
Autumn-Rose Kalama Aken
Makiki, Hawaii

Thu, 1 Oct 1998 02:26:33
ciro kalani kamai
waianae, Hawaii

I just wanted to say that there is a need to support all sovereignty group because the more people speak up for Kanaka Maoli's rights, then we will be heard and recognized as people who fight for what was illegally taken from us-land and power.

Sat, 3 Oct 1998 13:15:27
Richard Salvador
Univ of Hawai'i (temporarily)

Aloha Pacific cousins of the Hawaiian archipelago:

A Great and Wonderful Site!

Thanks for the wealth of information on the journey of the Kanaka Maoli toward an independent Nation. It looks like all other options will relegate Kanaka Maoli to other forms of warship and dependence; so best wishes to your fight for political independence! That should be the only way ahead for Hawai'i. Trust in Akua, and work hard.

Mahalo, malama pono.

Richard Salvador
Republic of Belau

Sun, 4 Oct 1998 19:29:25
jason maui namahoe

Mon, 5 Oct 1998 10:01:21
Christie Duncan
North Shore, Oahu
One word: Lohahi

Mon, 5 Oct 1998 12:23:10
Dean Johnston
Manoa, HI.

The lands of native hawaiians were stolen by greedy, hypocritical, haoles. And the land is now being ruined by more greedy, hypocritical haoles, with Japanese, and other off-shore corporations continuing the plunder. I'm ashamed to be a mainland haole because of this. However, I support native Hawaiian rights, and look forward to spreading more of the truth of Hawaii. Mahalo ahui hou, Dean

Mon, 5 Oct 1998 18:19:38
U'ilani Oshiro

Mon, 5 Oct 1998 21:30:00
Clinton Park
Kailua, Oahu

Tue, 6 Oct 1998 20:12:30
Mendez Ancheta

I believe a fight for Hawaiian Sovereignty is the Pono thing to do. We must Malama the aina and the only way to do that is to reach out to the Hawaiian people. I know some Hawaiians before were ashamed to be Hawaiian and didn't write it on their birth certificate. And I am ashamed of them 'cause now their is so much opportunities for Hawaiians. Such as Kamehameha Schools, which I attend, I am in the 8th grade. I am very proud to be Hawaiian and support any Hawaiian Organization!:)

Tue, 6 Oct 1998 20:48:53
Susan Reghi

I just got this address from the GST Hawaii Online HOL-o-gram. I'm glad to have it...I get Ka Wai Ola o OHA and would like to have more info. Mahalo

Wed, 7 Oct 1998 08:36:51
Brenda Joy Peters

Aloha and mahalo for your info...I met Sondra & Michael Grace in 1992 and felt a connection to promote justice immedieately...I helped to rebuild their home and Hawaiian cultural center on what was deemed "illegal" by the state and it was demolished...I found myself getting too busy in my own life and work that I did not keep in touch and only recently found myself back in the political arena to help Sondra Field-Grace to run for mayor at such a grassroots effort that the big money won out...So, I need to find that balance again to make my life and others in Hawaii "fair, just and safe" and promote peace for all. I would like to help by offering in some way to provide my skills of 30 years in nursing as an RN ...Keep in touch!

Wed, 7 Oct 1998 09:17:38
Carol Surratt
Lawai, Hi.

Tue, 6 Oct 1998 12:11:52
Steven Lew Kipikoa Tayama
Nation of Hawai
Waimanalo,Oahu, Hawaii

today,Oct.6,1998, attempts to turn KS/BE into a multi-national cooporation,and diminish OHA's share in ceded lands revenues,while selling ceded lands to pay off depts to Hawaiians. BEWARE the second overthrow is at hand! the state can no longer afford to pay Hawaiians what is owed them and the private sector of bankers and land owners are tired of having their lands under a cloud of suspicion, tired of having their JURISDICTION of Hawaii being challenged by Hawaiians, old missionary and planter families still trying to sweep under the rug their treasonous acts against the Hawaiian monarchy. Beware Hawaiians! the second overthrow!

Thu, 8 Oct 1998 01:33:59
Isaac & Tammy Harp
The Alliance of Hawaiian Aquatics
Lahaina, Maui, Hawaiian Islands

Mahalo to Bumpy and The 'Ohana for the hospitality you extended during the Centenial annexation gathering at Iolani Palace on August 11/12, 1998. The event was a re-awakening of the spirit for many of us. We're involved in fish matters, and we hope that by establishing Native Hawaiian Fishing Rights in Hawaii, we will be able to enhance Native Hawaiian participation in the commercial fisheries which occur in Hawaii. The Hawaiian Community must reap the benefits from Hawaii's resources, if we don't, someone else most certainly will! I MUA HAWAI'I I MUA

Thu, 8 Oct 1998 21:46:21
Fredan Keliiokalani Alfonso
Kapaa, Kauai, HI.

Fri, 9 Oct 1998 19:01:12
Steven R. Perry, Ph.D.
Lihu`e, Kaua`i

Fri, 9 Oct 1998 22:31:33
Tamara Watson-Wade
Na Po'e Ho'a Foundation, INc.

Sun, 11 Oct 1998 16:30:11
Maile Moulds-Carr
Volcano, Hawaii

Very nice page with beautiful pictures. Holomau

Sun, 11 Oct 1998 17:21:09
Keolahou Davidson-Coleman
Waiohuli Hawaiian Homesteaders Association

Tue, 13 Oct 1998 11:29:33
Kathleen Kehaulani Giffard
University of Hawaii--West O'ahu
Waipahu, O'ahu

Mon, 12 Oct 1998 22:49:12
Nicole Emmalia Hokoana

Mon, 12 Oct 1998 22:50:21
Nicole Emmalia Hokoana

Sat, 17 Oct 1998 10:36:42
Eileen Rockwell

Tue, 20 Oct 1998 16:05:29
Summer K. Collins
Moku o Hawai'i

Fri, 23 Oct 1998 16:15:58
Deanna Sabido
Sunset Beach, HI

Sun, 25 Oct 1998 17:39:36
Shane Kahealani Kanahele Kahanaoi
Nation of Hawaii
East Oahu

The only way to victory is UNITY.

Mon, 26 Oct 1998 21:15:11
Summer K.M.Y. Collins
Hilo, Hawai'i

Tue, 27 Oct 1998 00:52:26
Victoria Lanakila R. Tuggle
Naipo Na Mea Hula Halau

Tue, 27 Oct 1998 22:18:54
Michele Lei Conner
Waimanalo Hawai'i

I would like to learn more about sovereignty and the progress of the movement towards independence . I had always felt an emptiness that something was missing inside of me, but now this gives me hope that we may unite and create a new reality. The truth shall set us all free!

Wed, 28 Oct 1998 22:33:34
R.Lou McKee

Thu, 29 Oct 1998 18:05:45
Blace (Paalua) Valenzuela
Union Mill Rd., Kapa'au, Hawaii

Sat, 31 Oct 1998 12:40:15
Kamanamaikalani Beamer

Mon, 2 Nov 1998 20:43:30
Erika Douglass

I am currently writing a paper on the sovereignty issue in Hswaii for my Humanities class, and discussing the Hawaiian culture in my cross-cultural class at Hawaii Pacific University. Any information you might have for me via the internet/e-mail would be greatly appreciated. Mahalo.

Mon, 2 Nov 1998 22:15:17
Donna Marie Kaleihomaimekealoha Anderson
Waipahu, HI 96797

Sat, 7 Nov 1998 17:33:18
J. Lokelani Kapele
Mana Seven
Kona, Hawaii

The people of the world need to digest what is happening so that they can understand the plight of the Hawaiian people who need their support, not pitty. Mahalo for your tireless work on our behalf! An appreciative kupuna.

Fri, 13 Nov 1998 19:45:41
ellen kraftsow

Sat, 14 Nov 1998 15:38:20
Jan Hearthstone

I would like to know what ideas are there about the future of Hawai'i once Hawai'i becomes independent.

Thank you, sincerely Hearthstone.

Sat, 14 Nov 1998 23:44:42
Alan Oshiro

Mon, 16 Nov 1998 09:12:44
phil thorngren
student:u.h. outreach maui

Tue, 17 Nov 1998 22:03:15
Vernon W. Silva
Hawai'i Nei

How can we have information put on your website? I may have some information concerning the Kingdom of Hawai'i, it's judiciary and some court actions against the defacto state of Hawai'i and its representatives.

Tue, 17 Nov 1998 22:04:37
Vernon Silva
Hawai'i Nei

How can we have information put on your website? I may have some information concerning the Kingdom of Hawai'i, it's judiciary and some court actions against the defacto state of Hawai'i and its representatives.

Fri, 20 Nov 1998 20:15:45
Shane Kahealani Kanahele Kahanaoi

sorry but had to switch address,pop server down.............

Fri, 20 Nov 1998 21:57:00
Zandra Tiannoi

Love your web site.

Sun, 22 Nov 1998 23:01:58
luciano minerbi
Urband & Regional Planning Department, University of Hawaii
Honolulu, Hawaii

Mon, 23 Nov 1998 09:48:42

Tue, 24 Nov 1998 15:49:15
Kimey Bidal

Tue, 24 Nov 1998 13:12:28
Christy Leimamo Maimiti Pahukoa
O'ahu, Hawaii
This site is a very good place for people to find out what happened to the Hawaiians long ago.

Fri, 27 Nov 1998 19:24:27
Peter E.C. Sayer

Ho'okahi ka 'ilau like ana.

Tue, 1 Dec 1998 13:46:22
Rudolph Lanui Kamohai
hilo, hawaii


I do hope I live long enough to see our monarchy
restord ,I pray to the lord that justice will be done .
This website was very professionaly done very informative
job well done.
Rudy Kamohai

Wed, 2 Dec 1998 10:28:00
Lesley Kuulei Noelle Kiwaha
Puuanahulu, Kailua-Kona, Hi.

Aloha, just browsing through the internet and found your page.

Fri, 4 Dec 1998 11:54:20
bri munn
kona, HI
your cool!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Tue, 8 Dec 1998 10:17:45

Wed, 9 Dec 1998 17:48:52
Isaac D. Harp
Alliance of Hawaiian Aquatics
Lahaina, Maui

Mahalo Nui Loa, Heha Ka Manao

Sat, 12 Dec 1998 17:09:38
UHManoa student

I support the soveriegnty movement hole heartedly

Sat, 12 Dec 1998 19:38:48
Robert Everett Callahan, Sui Juris
Oahu, kapolei

I have been living as a sovereign Citizen since Feb. 1995. I have no ssn and have managed to work (no taxes) , bank (no ssn), and travel (no driver's license).

Mon, 14 Dec 1998 08:56:49
Noelani Napua Kupihea

Aloha!!! My name is Noelani "Noe" and I'm a NATIVE from the North Shore of Oahu. I'm 24 years old. I have a son who is 5 and we've been living in Oregon since June, first on the Siletz reservation then moved to Eugene to start a new job working at the tribe. I was looking on the web on my free time and came upon your web site. I haven't been aware of what has been going on since moving to Oregon but would be well interested to know what has been going on back home. If it's possible i'd like to have articles or subsribe to the Hawaiian Soverignty discussion. Also I have many things that needs to be done with my web site. Anyways THANK YOU for letting me sign your guest book. MAHALO NUI LOA!!! Noe

Mon, 14 Dec 1998 18:19:43

Mon, 14 Dec 1998 19:49:40
Cassie Nichols Kau`i

I would like to know more about your group and the things that you believe in and the things that you do.

Wed, 16 Dec 1998 18:59:51
Kimball Lokomaika'i Smith
Hawai'ian Kingdom (Ohana Council)
North Kohala

Mahalo nui for the only news fit to print. I am resubmiting my e-mail address because for some reason I no longer recieve e-mail from hawaii-nation. I support Hawai'ian Sovereignty with all my heart.


Thu, 17 Dec 1998 11:56:16
Carl Edwin Stork

Fri, 18 Dec 1998 21:10:53
Halimah Shabazz
Halelua Ahpuwa, Pahala, Ka`u, Hawai`i

Sun, 20 Dec 1998 15:02:56
Jenny Lynn Napualani Loo
Kaneohe, Hawaii

Sun, 20 Dec 1998 19:47:45
Kalani Pelekai
Ke Pelekai Ohana

Aloha, I haven't herd from anyone for a long time hope that all are doing well, like to wish everyone the best, not much to say at this time but when we meet again you bet we all have a lot to say. Until then Aloha Ahui Hou Malama Pono


Fri, 1 Jan 1999 12:56:01
Nalani Silva
Kahalu'u, O'ahu, Hawaii Nei

Sun, 10 Jan 1999 19:04:03
michael j shapiro
deot of political science, UH

Mon, 11 Jan 1999 11:04:13
Tracey Waipuhiaonapali Idica
Aiea High School
Ewa Beach, Oahu

Fri, 15 Jan 1999 14:29:12
Wayne O. Fergerstrom

Fri, 15 Jan 1999 17:55:04
Sarah Daniels
Kailua, O'ahu

Sat, 16 Jan 1999 19:47:26
Harriet Nani Nahaku
Nanakuli, Hi

No comments at this time. Mahalo

Sun, 17 Jan 1999 09:26:32
Cary L Moore
Pearl City, Hawaii

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