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Libraries host tribute to isles’ beloved queen

  • A.A. MONTANO, HAWAII STATE ARCHIVES
    Princess Lydia Paki, circa 1881, took on the name Liliuokalani after she became queen in 1891. The cover of the newly released autobiography of Liliuokalani, “Hawaii's Story by Hawaii's Queen,” with cover by Barbara Pope Book Design. Below, the choral group Kawaiolanapukanileo performed at Pearl City Public Library’s He Lei, He Aloha program.

  • The reissue of an autobiography by Queen Liliuokalani inspires a free library program.
  • HAWAII STATE PUBLIC LIBRARY SYSTEM
    The choral group Kawaiolanapukanileo performed at Pearl City Public Library’s He Lei, He Aloha program.

  • The cover of the newly released autobiography of Liliuokalani, “Hawaii's Story by Hawaii's Queen,” with cover by Barbara Pope Book Design.

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