MONARCHY
TO ANNEXATION

THE TERRITORY
OF HAWAI'I

WORLD WAR II
AND THE MARCH
TO STATEHOOD

THE 50TH STATE

20TH TO 21ST
CENTURY

HAWAI'I'S CULTURE
AND SOCIETY

A reflection of Hawai'i — since 1856 and continuing

From July 2, 1856, until today, the pages of The Advertiser have told the story of the events and people that have changed and shaped Hawai'i.

In this special section, "150 Years of Hawai'i's History," we look back at some of those events and people.

Mike Fisch
President & Publisher, The Honolulu Advertiser




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