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First missionaries arrive on the island of Hawai`i aboard the American brig the Thaddeus. Read More.

First white child born in Hawai`i to Elisha Loomis.

Kawaiaha`o church founded with Rev. Hiram Bingham as pastor.

Earliest recorded piece of Hawaiian mail is a letter sent to New York from "Hanaloorah, Waohoo," from one of the first missionaries.

Maria Loomis writes that "a Black man native of Schenectady named [Anthony] Allen" drew his water "out of an excellent well and I believe the only one on the Island." Four months later, Loomis notes that Captain Daniel Chamberlain "had completed digging a well, and found good water in a bed of coral seven or eight feet below the surface of the earth. This with the exception of Mr. Allen's of Witete [Pawa`a] is the first ever completed on this Island."

First holoku is made for high chiefess Kalakua at a sewing bee by missionary wives for several ali`i women aboard the brig Thaddeus while anchored off Kawaihae.

Under the Missouri Compromise, Maine admitted to the Union as a free state and Missouri admitted as a slave state.

King George III of England dies.

Washington Irving writes Rip Van Winkle.

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