Hawai`i Loa Ku Like Kakou
`Iolani Palace - August 12, 1998
Annexation Centennial Commemoration
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- Ceremony to Raise Ka Hae Hawai`i (The Hawaiian Flag) over the Palace. (12 images)
The Royal Guard, Hawai`i Loa Kulike Kakou
- Kaulana Na Pua (5 images)
Exhibit of facsimile copies of the 1897 Ku`e petition on display at the capitol building. (The original is on display at the Bishop Museum through Jan. 4, 1999). Over 269 signatures on this 556 page document represent the anti-annexation sentiment among native Hawaiians.
- Scenes from the Palace Grounds (13 images)
People, booths, tables, and exhibits.
- Scenes from the Stage (5 images)
Royal Hawaiian Band, Interactive Reenactment, Sudden Rush music, Kamehameha School Students Mele and Hula
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