Abigail Kawānanakoa
Heiress, preservationist, and descendent (and possible Titular head) of the House of Kawānanakoa
Abigail Kawānanakoa
Princess Abigail Kinoiki Kekaulike III Kawānanakoa was the only child of Princess Lydia Liliuokalani Kawānanakoa born during her marriage with William Jeremiah Ellerbrock. According to some she became the head of the House of Kawānanakoa upon the death of her mother who succeeded her older brother Edward D. Kawānanakoa on May 20, 1953 while some believe it was her elder sister Princess Abigail Kapiolani Kawānanakoa. The House of Kawānanakoa had split into two by 1953.
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Hawaiian crown jewels and Victoriana at 'Iolani Palace - San Francisco Chronicle (blog)
Google News - almost 6 years
The "Hoomanao Mau" bracelet passed through the hands of several owners, before its recent purchase by Princess Abigail Kawananakoa. I'm not sure I can point them out, but Princess Lili'uokalani and Queen Kapi'olani are said to be represented in the
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The reward 'is actually being together' - Maui News
Google News - almost 6 years
Nightly they will witness the pomp and circumstance of an entrance procession featuring Princess Abigail Kawananakoa, a descendent of David La'amea Kamanakapu'u Mahinulani Naiaiehuokalani Lumialani Kalakaua. He was the moi kane, or king, who was dubbed
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PALACE OF THE LAST HAWAIIAN KING
NYTimes - over 30 years
David Kalakaua, the last of Hawaii's kings, was a man of large appetites. A great eater and drinker, he once hosted a feast for some 5,000 people. An accomplished composer and poet in his native tongue, he so loved traditional music and dance that he revived the hula, over loud protests from influential missionary families who had been trying for
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ROYAL HAWAIIAN: WAIKIKI AS IT WAS
NYTimes - about 34 years
ROBERT TRUMBULL, formerly a Times correspondent, lives in Hawaii. Before mass travel by jet plane transformed it into a throbbing tourist hub crammed with high-rises, shopping malls and traffic, Waikiki Beach was a mostly residential, flower-scented suburb of frame cottages. Today, only traces of the old beach district remain. But longtime Honolulu
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Abigail Kinoiki Kekaulike Kawānanakoa
    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 2016
    Age 89
    Due to her support of the equine medicine program at Colorado State University, on May 13, 2016, she was awarded an honorary degree.
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  • 2013
    Age 86
    The request was approved by the State Land Board in April 26, 2013, but the decision has become controversial in the Hawaiian community.
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  • 2007
    Age 80
    When the estate was converted into a corporation in 2007, her share was estimated to be about US$250 million.
    More Details Hide Details In 2013 Kawānanakoa requested to be buried in a new crypt at the Royal Mausoleum of Hawaii at Mauna ʻAla directly adjacent to the Wylie Tomb.
  • FORTIES
  • 1971
    Age 44
    She was the president of the Friends of ʻIolani Palace from 1971 to 1998, succeeding her mother, who founded the organization.
    More Details Hide Details The palace was built by her great-granduncle, King David Kalākaua. She has been active in various causes for the preservation of native Hawaiian culture, including the restoration of ‘Iolani Palace. She was heiress to the largest stake in the estate of her great-grandfather, James Campbell, a 19th-century industrialist from Ireland.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1926
    Born
    Born on April 23, 1926.
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