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Ka`ahumanu makes her second circuit of Maui and Hawai`i.

Ka`ahumanu dies. Read More.

John Dominis, future prince consort to Queen Lili`uokalani, born.

Missionaries take first general census of the population, 1831-1832.

Oahu Charity School commences.

A statement of expenditures of the Sandwich Islands Mission lists improvements made at each mission station, statistics on presents and income of land and the cost of the printing department ($4,258, including $2,278 in paper and other materials from New England).

Edmund Horton Rogers arrives in Hawai`i and takes sole charge of the mission printing office.

First edition of the elementary arithmetic text He helu Kamalii printed; the English-language original was a standard text in New England schools for many years.

He Hoikehonua, a geography text, published.

Missionaries publish first Hawaiian translation of New Testament.

Guitars arrive in Hawai`i via Mexican and Spanish vaqueros (cowboys) hired by Kamehameha III to control wild cattle.

Corrugated iron first manufactured.

Frederic Chopin composes short pieces for the piano.

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