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  • Pauahi’s Will | Kamehameha Schools
    the Island of Molokai comprising the Molokai Ranch and all of the live stock and personal property thereon being the same premises now under the care of R W Myer Esq and also all of the real property wherever situated inherited by me from my parents and also all of that devised to me by my aunt Akahi except the two lands above devised to H R H Liliuokalani for her life and also all of my lands at Waikiki Oahu situated makai of the government main road leading to Kapiolani Park to have and to hold together with all tenements hereditaments rights privileges and appurtenances to the game appertaining for and during the term of his natural life and upon his decease to my trustees upon the trusts below expressed Tenth I give devise and bequeath unto Her Majesty Emma Kaleleonalani Queen Dowager as a token of my good will all of the premises situated upon Emma Street in said Honolulu known as Kaakopua lately the residence of my cousin Keelikolani to have and to hold with the appurtenances for and during the term of her natural life and upon her decease to my trustees upon the trusts below expressed Eleventh I give and bequeath the sum of Five thousand Dollars 5000 to be expended by my executors in repairs upon Kawaiahao Church building in Honolulu or in improvements upon the same Twelfth I give and bequeath the sum of Five thousand Dollars 5000 to be expended by my executors for the benefit of the Kawaiahao Family School for Girls now under charge of Miss Norton to be expended for additions either to the grounds buildings or both Thirteenth I give devise and bequeath all of the rest residue and remainder of my estate real and personal wherever situated unto the trustees below named their heirs and assigns forever to hold upon the following trusts namely to erect and maintain in the Hawaiian Islands two schools each for boarding and day scholars one for boys and one for girls to be known as and called the Kamehameha Schools I direct my trustees to expend such amount as they may deem best not to exceed however one half of the fund which may come into their hands in the purchase of suitable premises the erection of school buildings and in furnishing the same with the necessary and appropriate fixtures furniture and apparatus I direct my trustees to invest the remainder of my estate in such manner as they may think best and to expend the annual income in the maintenance of said schools meaning thereby the salaries of teachers the repairing buildings and other incidental expenses and to devote a portion of each years income to the support and education of orphans and others in indigent circumstances giving the preference to Hawaiians of pure or part aboriginal blood the proportion in which said annual income is to be divided among the various objects above mentioned to be determined solely by

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  • Codicil No. 1 | Kamehameha Schools
    I give and bequeath unto Lola Kahailiopua Bush of said Honolulu the sum of Three hundred Dollars 300 per year during her minority to be applied towards her education and clothing and upon her becoming of age the sum of One thousand Dollars 1000 to her sole and separate use free from the control of any husband she may marry 8th I give and bequeath unto Bernice B Barnard of said Honolulu the sum of Three hundred Dollars 300 a year during her minority to be applied towards her education and clothing and upon her becoming of age the sum of One thousand Dollars 1000 to her sole and separate use free from the control of any husband she may marry This in lieu of the 200 given by my will 9th I give devise and bequeath unto my friend Samuel M Damon of said Honolulu all of that tract of land known as the Ahupuaa of Moanalua situated in the District of Honolulu Island of Oahu and also the fishery of Kaliawa to have and to hold with the appurtenances to him his heirs and assigns forever 10th I give and bequeath unto my servants Kaleleku k and k his brother each the sum of Twenty Dollars 20 per month during the term of the natural life of each of them 11th I revoke so much of the fifth article of my said will as devises the land known as Mauna Kamala to Kahakuakoi w and Kealohapanole her husband and in lieu thereof I give devise and bequeath unto said Kahakuakoi w and Kealohapanole k all of that tract of land known as Hanohano situated at Ewa Island of Oahu formerly the property of Puhalahua to have and to hold as limited in said fifth article of my said will 12th I give and bequeath unto the Bishop s School in Honolulu called Iolani College the sum of Two thousand Dollars 2000 and to the English Sisters School called St Albans Priory the sum of Two thousand Dollars 2000 and to St Andrews Church the sum of Two thousand Dollars 2000 13th I give devise and bequeath unto Kaiulani Cleghorn daughter of A S Cleghorn of Honolulu all of that parcel of land and spring situated at Waikiki uka Oahu known as Kanewai to have and to hold for and during the term of her natural life remainder to my trustees upon the trusts named in my said will 14th I give and bequeath unto the Rev Henry H Parker of Honolulu the sum of Five hundred Dollars 500 15th I give and bequeath unto Mary R Collins if she be with me at the time of my death the sum of Two hundred Dollars 200 and unto Maggie Wynn if she be then with me the sum of One hundred Dollars 100 16th I hereby give the power to all of the beneficiaries named in my said will and in this codicil to whom I have given a

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  • Codicil No. 2 | Kamehameha Schools
    addition to the house lot devised to Kapaa k in the seventh article of my said will which house lot was formerly the property of his wife Akahi I also give devise and bequeath unto him said Kapaa k all of that parcel of land adjoining said houselot fronting on Queen Street and extending to Richards Street and now under lease to Henry R Macfarlane he said Kapaa to pay the taxes upon the same and upon the parcel devised by me to Auhea to have and to hold for and during the term of the natural life of him said Kapaa remainder to my trustees upon the trusts named in my said will 3rd I revoke the devise to Auhea w wife of Lokana set forth in the eighth article of my said will And I give devise and bequeath unto said Auhea that house lot situated on said Richards Street not on the corner of Queen Street formerly occupied by said Auhea and which was formerly the dwelling of Akahi the same adjoining the premises under lease to Henry R Macfarlane but not included in said lease to have and to hold for and during the term of the natural life and her said Auhea free from the control of her husband remainder to my trustees upon the trusts named in my said will 4th Of the two schools mentioned in the thirteenth article of my said will I direct the school for boys shall be well established and in efficient operation before any money is expended or anything is undertaken on account of the new school for girls It is my desire that my trustees should do thorough work in regard to said schools as far as they go and I authorize them to defer action in

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  • Charles Reed Bishop | Kamehameha Schools
    a friend William Little Lee planned to travel to Oregon Lee to practice law and Bishop to survey land Their journey however ended in Hawai i in October 1846 where both men decide to stay for awhile a period for Bishop that stretched into nearly half a century Bishop easily found work first at Ladd and Company a mercantile and trading establishment then at the U S Consulate in Honolulu In 1849 Bishop signed an oath to support the Constitution and Laws of the Hawaiian Islands and was appointed collector of customs for the kingdom In short succession he married Bernice Pauahi was made a lifetime member of the House of Nobles joined the Privy Council became Collector General of Customs helped organize the Royal Hawaiian Agricultural Society opened a bank under the name Bishop and Company the predecessor of First Hawaiian Bank and generally without realizing it laid the foundation for his leadership in the community From Charles Reed Bishop Man of Hawaii by Harold W Kent Despite his many business ventures Bishop managed to serve Kings Kamehameha the IV Kamehameha V Lunalilo and Kalakaua in a variety of positions such as foreign minister handling treaties with Austria Germany Denmark France Russia and the United States president of the board of education and chairman of the legislative finance committee He also sat on the boards of many charities and donated generously to Hawai i schools hospitals churches and social welfare organizations Bishop met Pauahi while she was still a student at the Chiefs Children s School and against her parents wishes he courted and married her in 1850 His letters that mention Pauahi reveal a deep respect and affection for his wife and suggest she was a major source of his happiness throughout their 34 year marriage Soon after her death in 1884 he wrote I know you all loved her for nobody could know her at all well and not love her For myself I will only say that I am trying to bear my loss and my loneliness as reasonably as I can looking forward hopefully to the time when I shall find my loved one again Immediately after Pauahi s death Bishop as one of five trustees she selected to manage her estate and co executor of her will set in motion the process that resulted in the establishment of the Kamehameha Schools in 1887 Because Pauahi s estate was basically land rich and cash poor Bishop contributed his own funds for the construction of several of the schools initial buildings on the original Kalihi campus the Preparatory Department facilities 1888 Bishop Hall 1891 and Bernice Pauahi Bishop Memorial Chapel 1897 In addition he founded and endowed the Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum in 1889 as an enduring memorial to his wife Being interested in her plans and wishes and because of her very generous gifts to me I decided to carry out her wishes regarding the schools and promised to do something toward a museum of

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  • The first trustees | Kamehameha Schools
    home during the latter years of his life The Friend June 1948 pg 12 He became a naturalized citizen of the Kingdom of Hawai i in 1849 and was appointed Collector of Customs The Bishops were dedicated to education He provided leadership to the Board of Education under Kings Kamehameha V Lunalilo and Kalakaua and it was his wife who founded the Kamehameha Schools In addition to being a close friend and confidant of Hawaiian royalty Bishop held many other court appointed positions After his wife s death Bishop founded the Bernice P Bishop Museum in her memory The museum now has the largest collection of Hawaiian artifacts and is a world renowned museum and a mecca of knowledge for Polynesian history and antiquities Charles Montague Cooke 1884 1897 Mr Cooke was born in Honolulu on May 16 1849 the second son of Amos Star Cooke who was a member of the Eighth Company of missionaries After completing his education Mr C M Cooke joined the firm of Castle Cooke in Honolulu and worked there for a period of years He then united with Mr Robert Lewers to establish the firm of Lewers Cooke After years of active service to the territory both in business and in political life Mr Cooke left Honolulu in 1894 with the intention of making his home in California However four years later he returned to become President of the Bank of Hawaii and also of C Brewer Company Mr Cooke took great interest in some of the developing agricultural enterprises of Hawaii and lent his every effort both to their establishment and to their successful development The Cooke library at Punahou School and the Aquarium building at Waikiki beach are tributes to his generosity and widespread interests He died in 1909 The Friend June 1948 pg 13 Samuel Mills Damon 1884 1897 1898 1916 Mr M Damon was born in Honolulu on March 13 1845 He was the son of the Reverend S C Damon who for many years was the pastor of the Bethel Church and was the founder of the FRIEND magazine Mr S M Damon showed rare ability in the field of business and finance and succeeded Mr Charles R Bishop when the latter left the islands for San Francisco but Mr Damon is equally well known for his participation in public affairs He was a member of the Privy Council of the Hawaiian Kingdom for a number of years and held important posts in government almost throughout his life He represented the Hawaiian Kingdom at the court of London for the diamond jubilee of Queen Victoria in 1897 and two years later he went to Italy as a representative of his government Mr Damon died in 1924 The Friend June 1948 pg 12 Charles McEwen Hyde 1884 1899 Mr Hyde was born in New York City in 1832 He received a thorough University and Theological training and then occupied pasturage back in the New England States In 1876 he was

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  • History | Kamehameha Schools
    in about 1758 Raised in the courts of Alapa inui and later Kalani opu u the ali i nui ruling chiefs of the island of Hawai i Kamehameha became a skilled and fierce warrior and intelligent leader As a young man Kamehameha met Captain James Cook in 1778 on Cook s second visit to Hawai i It was his first of many encounters with foreigners from the outside world that would influence his vision and strategies in the future Before dying in 1782 Kalani opu u declared his son Kiwala o heir to his rule and Kamehameha the guardian of the family s war god Kuaka ilimoku Several Kona district chiefs unhappy with Kiwala o s new division of lands enlisted Kamehameha as their leader Over the next thirteen years Kamehameha and his loyal followers would battle for control not only for the island of Hawai i but for the other seven as well By 1795 he conquered five islands Only Kaua i and Ni ihau eluded his grasp Thwarted by rough seas and strong winds on one occasion and an epidemic on another it was 1810 before Kamehameha and Kaumuali i the king of Kaua i peacefully negotiated to place Kaua i and Ni ihau under Kamehameha s control During his long quest for sovereignty Kamehameha took wives and sired children to continue the dynasty he founded His significant wives included Keopuolani his sacred highest ranking wife the mother of his sons Liholiho Kamehameha II and Kauikeaouli Kamehameha III and daughter Nahienaena Kanekapolei the mother of his first born son Kaoleioku the grandfather of Pauahi Kalakua the mother of Kina u whose sons Alexander Liholiho and Lot Kapuaiwa became Kamehameha IV and V Ka ahumanu his favorite wife In later years Kamehameha focused on governing his kingdom He appointed

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  • Contact - KS Community Education and Services
    Series Ho olauna Explorations Series Kulia I Ka Pono Hālau Kupukupu Innovations Academy Hawaiian focused Charter Schools Hui Mālama I Ke Kai In School After School and Ohana Project Kahalu u Manowai Education Group Literacy Instruction Support Grades 9 12 Āina Ulu Hālau Kupukupu Innovations Academy Hawaiian focused Charter Schools Kahalu u Manowai Education Group Kamehameha Scholars Post high Āina Ulu A o Kumu Distance Learning A o Makua Distance Learning Career Professionals Network First Nations Futures Program Kahalu u Manowai Education Group Kamehameha Publishing Book Club Kāpili Oihana Internship Program Ke Ali i Pauahi Foundation Scholarships Post High School Scholarships For teachers For parents Community programs for all Hawai i Home Contact Contact Kamehameha Schools 567 South King Street Suite 200 Honolulu Hawai i 96813 Phone 808 523 6200 Fax 808 541 5305 E mail ksinfo ksbe edu Admissions Department Kapālama Campus 808 842 8800 Hawai i Campus 808 982 0100 Maui Campus 808 572 3133 Campus Information Kapālama 808 842 8211 Hawai i 808 982 0000 Maui 808 572 3100 Early Childhood Education Division Preschools 808 842 8887 Extension Education Division 808 842 8277 Enrichment Department 808 842 8761 Post High Counseling 808 842 8512 Financial Aid Scholarship

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  • Sitemap - KS Community Education and Services
    Academy Hawaiian focused Charter Schools Hui Mālama I Ke Kai In School After School and Ohana Project Kahalu u Manowai Education Group Literacy Instruction Support Grades 9 12 Āina Ulu Hālau Kupukupu Innovations Academy Hawaiian focused Charter Schools Kahalu u Manowai Education Group Kamehameha Scholars Post high Āina Ulu A o Kumu Distance Learning A o Makua Distance Learning Career Professionals Network First Nations Futures Program Kahalu u Manowai Education Group Kamehameha Publishing Book Club Kāpili Oihana Internship Program Ke Ali i Pauahi Foundation Scholarships Post High School Scholarships For teachers For parents Community programs for all Hawai i Home Site map Site map Main information pages Home All programs Prenatal and toddler programs Grades K 4 programs Grades 5 8 programs Grades 9 12 programs Post high programs Teacher resources Parent resources Contact KS Community Education and Services Site map Individual Program Pages Āina Ulu A o Kumu Distance Learning A o Makua Distance Learning Career Professionals Network Hawaiian focused Charter Schools First Nations Futures Program Hālau Kupukupu Innovations Academy Hi ilani Explorations Series Ho olauna Explorations Series Ho omāka ika i Hui Mālama I Ke Kai In School After School and Ohana Project Kahalu u Ma Kai site

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