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Chiefess Kapi`olani defies Pele.

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Kamehameha II (Liholiho) and wife die in London. Read More.

Chief Kaumuali`i of Kaua`i dies. His son George P. Kamuali`i leads a brief and unsuccessful revolt against Ka`ahumanu.

More than 100 whaling ships visit the Islands this year.

S. Reynolds begins a register of merchant ships, whalers and foreign naval or survey ships arriving in Honolulu. Evenutally published in The Friend, the list continues until 1843.

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Mangoes introduced around this time, probably by Don Francisco de Paula Marin from Mexico or by Captain John Meek.

Pierre Francois Peron publishes his Memoires du Capitaine Peron sur ses voyages, including descriptions of Kamehameha I and the foreigners living in Hawai`i in the late 1700s.

Jim Bridger finds and charts the Great Salt Lake.

Eugene Delacroix paints The Massacre at Chios.

Beethoven composes his Ninth Symphony.

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