Museum Photo portraits of American pioneer settlers of Hawaii, in the 1820s.
Hawaii USA Date:1937 Duration:2 min 5 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Photographic portraits,in a museum, showing with names and travel information about early American pioneer settlers in Hawaii. Includes photographs of the so-called "Pioneer Company" that arrived at Kailua, on the Brigantine Thaddeus, after 164 days at sea, from Boston, Massachusetts, landing at Monolala, April 19, 1820. Likewise, photos of settlers in the "Second Company" are shown. They arrived on the Schooner Aclife, from Tahiti, on February 4, 1823, and other who arrived on the Ship Thames, sailing 158 days from New Haven, Connecticut, arriving at Honolulu. Among pioneers identified are: Samuel Ruggles and his wife, Nancy; Artemas Bishop and Mrs Della (Stone) Bishop; and Mrs Clarissa Richards.
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