A History of the Hawaiian Kingdom, Student BookStudent Book

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A History of the Hawaiian Kingdom is a visually stunning, content-rich textbook covering the kingdom era in Hawai’i’s unique history. Written as a companion text for A History of Hawai‘i, 3rd ed., A History of the Hawaiian Kingdom focuses on the unification of the islands under Kamehameha I, the development of the Hawaiian Kingdom, and the events that played out during the reign of its eight monarchs, from King Kamehameha I through the last monarch, Queen Liliʻuokalani. Educators and students alike will enjoy learning about this poignant time in Hawai‘i’s past through curated photos, artifacts, and stories that bring the historical events and people of the time vividly to life.

  • Meets new state standard (HCSSS)

  • Three units spanning 1778 to 1900

  • Each chapter focuses on politics, economics, social, and land history

  • Middle school Lexile level

  • Accompanying teacher text


Bulk Pricing available for orders of 25+ print copies or 50+ digital copies. Contact us at crdg@hawaii.edu for a quote. Discounts must be applied before purchase.

$24.99 $44.95

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978-1-58351-225-8 (epub), 978-1-58351-224-1 (print)


Leah Tau -Tassill, Linda K. Menton, and Eileen H. Tamura



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History of the Hawaiian Kingdom


6, 7, 8



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