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First laws attempting to control licentious relations between whaling ship crews and Hawaiians enacted under missionary influence.


One hundred twelve whaling ships arrive in Honolulu; 47 whaling ships visit Lahaina.

Hung Tai builds sugar mill at Wailuku, Maui; it is still operational in 1839 during the reign of Kamehameha III.


Father Alexis Bachelot plants the first algaroba (kiawe) tree in the Catholic Mission grounds on Fort Street in Honolulu. All of Hawaii's algaroba originates from this single tree, its seed derived from a Chilean tree growing in the Jardin du Roi in Paris.

Cornerstone of Wainee church in Lahaina laid, the first stone church built in Hawai`i.

Between 30 and 40 Chinese are among the 400 foreigners estimated to be living in Honolulu.


Noah Webster's American Dictionary of the English Language first appears.

Franz Schubert dies in Vienna.

Andrew Jackson elected U.S. president.


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