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Charles Moses Kamakawiwo'ole

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Transcript of Charles Moses Kamakawiwo'ole

Kalemela
Pa'auhau, Hamakua
Protestant established in 1859.
petition was sent to the NPMI by 32 members requesting his service
1888 he was dedicated by Desha – the church stayed in operation until his death.
The church still stands to this day – picture

Hawaii Evangelical Association
American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions [1810]
Sandwich Islands Mission [1820]
Hawaiian Association [1823]
Ahahui Eaunelio o Hawai'i [1854]
Ahahui Eaunelio o Hawai'i Ka Papa Hawai'i [1863] (Hawaiian Board)
United Church of Christ [1957]
Hilo Boarding School
1869 - 1873
A "feeder school"
Led by D.B. Lyman
North Pacific Mission Institute
1885-1888
Opened under the name: Hawaiian Evangelical Association Theological School in 1872.
Purchased by Rev.
John D. Paris
from
Dr. Gerrit Judd
for 4,000 Dollars.
Lead by
Charles M. Hyde
and
Henry Hodges Parker
All of whom held leadership positions in the HEA
Kamakawiwo'ole o Kamehameha
Born in Kohala Hawai'i to Kahinuonalani and Waiwaiole
Charles Moses Kamakawiwo'ole
Kula "Lole"
Kalahikiola Church
1879
“Sweet Home”
Gerrit and Julie Judd
Deeply personal relationship built here with the Judds: Gerrit, A.F, Henry P.
Kahu in the time of Change
Married to Sibil Kahookiiai --> One child
Married Daisy Kaaiawaawa --> 15 Children
HEA Leadership
Native response to Overthrow
Mitigating personal relationships
The Hawaiian Christian
Served as a leader in the 'Aha Moku Hawai'i with Desha
Worked as a mediator and scribe in annual meetings
He was a dedicated servant of the lord and the 'Ahahui.

AF Judd:
President
Richards:
Treasurer
O.P. Emerson:
Executive Secratary
Hyde:
Recording Secretary
Parker:
First Class
C.M. Kamakawiwo'ole
Leadership
C.M
Kamakawiwo'ole
NPMI
Paris
Parker
Hyde
HEA
Emerson
Richards
Judd(s)
Sweet Home
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