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Foreign Arrival HI

Foreigners Arrival in Hawaii

a disease caused by the lack of vitamin C scurvy
Shortage scarcity
made use of selfishly exploited
a chicken or turkey fowl
control by one group monopoly
sandalwood's main market was with this country China
What did Kamehameha place on the young sandalwood trees? Why? A kapu was placed on the young sandalwood trees, to conserve this natural resource
How were the Hawaiians affected by the sandalwood trade? Chiefs made money. Hawaiians gathering sandalwood trees were weakened by the labor and were left with little to no time to cultivate their fields.
What did Kamehameha learn when he tried to enter the overseas sandalwood trade? Other countries were charging visiting ships harbor, pilot and port fees.
What did Kamehameha begin to do after his overseas sandalwood trade? Kamehameha began to charge port fees to visiting to ships at Honolulu harbor
Cook's 2 ships were called Resolution and Discovery
What season was it when Captain Cook arrives in Hawaii? Makahiki
Hawaiians thought that Captain Cook was the god __________ Lono
Why did Captain Cook take Chief Kalani`opu`u as a hostage aboard his ship? Some Hawaiians stole a boat and broke it up to get nails
Which of Captain Cook's 3 voyages to Hawaii was the most important? Captain Cook's 3rd voyage
Who brought cattle, sheep, goats, orange and almond trees and a variety of seeds to Hawaii? Captain George Vancouver
Someone who manages people and ideas administrator
When Captain Cook's journals were published in 1784, the world learned of the wealth of China and the Pacific Northwest. This led to ___________________ trade Fur Trade
Up to 1791 nearly all the Pacific fur trade were from? Britain
5 Reasons ships began to stop in the Hawaiian Islands Needed supplies, Needed seamen for ships, Fresh fruits and vegetables, Refit ships, Long journey allowed for time to spend winter in Hawaii
What monarch was king when the kapu system ended? Kamehameha II: Liholiho
What kapu was broken that ended the kapu system? Eating kapu, with men and women
What did people do after they heard about the end of the kapu system? Some people burned heiau, destroyed idols or images of the gods.
How did the foreigners influence the end of the kapu system? A cause for the breaking down of the Hawaiians' belief in the kapu system was seeing the foreigners breaking the kapu with no consequences.
What does "Ai noa" mean? free eating or the eating kapu is broken
Who participated in the INITIAL breaking of the kapu system? Keopuolani, the king's mother, and Kauikeaouli, the king's younger brother, ate together in front of the king.
Why did people want Sandalwood? Pleasant smell
What new resources were brought to the islands as a result of trade? cotton, flour, soap, papers, ink, nails, weapons, glass, iron and more
What new foods/animals were brought to the islands as a result of trade? cabbage, potatoes, limes, pineapple, ducks, turkeys, chickens, pigs, and dogs
Another result of trade was the settlement of foreigners. What did the foreigners do when they settled in Hawaii? (Jobs) Some worked for the kings and chiefs. Others were businessmen, ranchers, or missionaries.
Overall, what did the fur and the sandalwood trade do for Hawaii? It opened up Hawaii to the rest of the world, put Hawaii on the map for becoming a strong independent kingdom that also has increasing wealth
What were some of the negative effects of traders? Brought diseases such as measles, influenza, sexual transmitted diseases and colds to which the Hawaiians had not immunity and were fatal to large numbers. Heavy drinking of alcohol, introduced by foreigners, weakened the health of Hawaiians
What happened to the sandalwood as a resource? The sandalwood resource was wiped out or depleted, overharvested
Overall, what are the positives of the traders being in Hawaii? It was positive for the Hawaiian economy and Hawaii becoming a stronger kingdom
Overall, what are the negatives of the traders being in Hawaii? It was negative due bad influence the traders' behavior and their diseases killed many Hawaiians
The missionaries arrived in 1820 at Kawaihae on the island of Hawaii
The missionaries were given assignments when they arrived in Hawaii. They were to: Farm, build houses, schools, churches, learn the language of the people, teach the to read the bible, lead the Hawaiians away from their old religion
What replaced the sandalwood trade as the chief source of income? Whaling
Most whaling ships stopping in the Hawaiian islands after 1819 were? American
What does refit mean? To restock and repair
What was the main reason whaling ships stopped in the Hawaiian islands? to refit their ships.
What are negative social effects visiting of whalers? They brought diseases, carried dangerous weapons, breaking the Sabbath (day of rest and worship), deserted whaling ships, drunkeness and fighting.
What 2 things did the whaling trade bring an increase to in the islands? Cattle and salt production
What did John Parker, a Massachusetts native, start on the island of Hawaii? One of the world's greatest cattle raising center.
What was the name of the business that John Parker started on the island of Hawaii? Parker Ranch
What were 2 reasons why desertions were a common occurrence among the whalers? Many desertions were common among the whaling ships because of the hard life aboard ship or because of the charms of Hawaiian weather or people.
What types agricultural products were produced in Hawaiian due to whaler presence? Irish potato, coffee, pumpkin, cabbage, breadfruit, bananas, arrowroot, melons, pineapples and firewood
What led to the increased enlistment of young Native Hawaiians as crewman on whaling ships? Frequent desertions of seamen.
A political effect of the whaling ships and whalers in Hawaii was... In 1859 a law provided that no islander could be shipped without permission of the governor of the island under a $500 penalty
The boom period of whaling in Hawaii lasted from____________to__________________ 1840 to 1860
What new competition caused the p[rice of whale oil to drop? Petroleum
What was the most important reason for the decay of the whaling industry? The cost of voyages was increasing as the herds of whales were decreasing
The final destructive blow to the whaling industry was in 1871, what happened? 33 of 41 whaling ships entered the Artic Ocean and were caught in ice and destryoed.
As the whaling vessels in the Hawaiian islands decreased, business activity in the islands also decreased. What efforts to find new sources of income were experimented in Hawaii at the time? Increasing production of silk, cotton, rice, sugar, and coffee
Out of the new products being produced, which 2 continued as important items in the local economy? Sugar and Coffee
The trades of fur, sandalwood,and whale products led to the growth of a stable business community in Hawaii. What were some of the businesses and jobs available Blacksmiths, Carpenters, Innkeepers, Farmers, Liquor Dealers, Bars (alcohol), Caulkers, Herdsmen, Tailors and Cooks
Created by: MrsJM