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Teachers and preachers

TEACHERS AND PREACHERS


Standard

STANDARD

  • Benchmark SS.7HHK.3.3 Explain reasons foreigners (including explorers, whalers, traders, and missionaries) came to Hawaii and explain the political (including change in government and roles/power of leaders), social (including the decline of Hawaiian population, Christianity, the establishment of churches/schools, and end of kapu system) and economic (including the rise of mercantilism) impact on Hawaii.


You will learn

YOU WILL LEARN

  • What the missionaries brought to Hawaii.

  • About the first schools that opened on the islands.

  • About Hawaii’s first newspapers.


Before the foreigners

BEFORE THE FOREIGNERS

  • The Hawaiians had a vocational school system, where everyone was taught a certain skill by the kahuna.

  • Skills taught were canoe builder, medicine men, genealogists, navigators, farmers, house builders, and priests.

  • Schools back then were NOT like today’s schools!


Task of the missionaries

TASK OF THE MISSIONARIES

  • Teach Hawaiians how to read

  • Invented the Hawaiian written language

  • Started a school system

  • Created a printing press to print books, newspapers, hymns, etc.


Task of the missionaries1

TASK OF THE MISSIONARIES

  • First school was in Kailua, on the big island.

  • Kamehameha II, his two queens, and his brother, Kauikeaouli attended the school.

  • In 1822, Reverend William Ellis created the pi’apa of 12 letters.

  • As a result, the bible was translated into to Hawaiian.


More teachers needed

MORE TEACHERS NEEDED

  • Soon, many adults (not children) were being educated by the missionaries.

  • More teachers were needed.

  • By 1832, 40% of the people in Hawaii attended one of the 900 hundred schools.

  • School attendance dropped in 1833 because the whole education school system needed reorganization.


Lahainaluna seminary

LAHAINALUNA SEMINARY

  • In 1831, Lahainaluna Seminary was created in Maui to be a school for teachers and preachers so that they could teach on the islands.

  • At this school, the first newspaper, Ka Lama Hawaii was printed.

  • The first published history of Hawaii was written by this school as well.


Hilo boarding school

HILO BOARDING SCHOOL

  • Hilo boarding school opened in 1836, and built by David Lyman, a missionary.

  • 8 boys lived there the first year.

  • This school was so successful, a girls boarding school was created in 1838.


Punahou school

PUNAHOU SCHOOL

  • Punahou school opened 1841, as a school for the children on the missionaries.

  • Located in Manoa, Oahu.

  • The head of the school was Daniel Dole, father of Sanford Dole.

  • School is still open today.

  • Guess what famous person or president went this school?


Chief s children school

CHIEF’S CHILDREN SCHOOL

  • Opened in 1839 by Mr. and Mrs. Amos S. Cooke.

  • It was were all future rules of Hawaii attended school.

  • This school would later become one of the Kamehameha schools.


Catholic schools

CATHOLIC SCHOOLS

  • In 1880, St. Louis College was opened by Bishop Maigret in Hawaii.


Kamehameha schools

KAMEHAMEHA SCHOOLS

  • Kamehameha schools were started in 1887, by Princess Bernice Pauahi Bishop.

  • Since she had no children, she wanted to use her land to benefit the children on Hawaii.

  • Schools are still opened today.


Iolani school and st andrew s priory

IOLANI SCHOOL AND ST. ANDREW’S PRIORY

  • Iolani school was created by the Anglicans.

  • In 1863, Luaehu school was created, but later moved to Honolulu and renamed Iolani by Queen Emma.

  • St. Andrew’s Priory was created for girls.


Public education and the constitution of 1840

PUBLIC EDUCATION AND THE CONSTITUTION OF 1840

  • Kamehameha III called for a highly organized educational system.

  • The Constitution of 1840 help Hawaii public schools become reorganized.

  • William Richards, a missionary help start the reorganization, and was later replaced by Richard Armstrong.

  • Richard Armstrong is known as the “the father of American education in Hawaii.”

  • Richard Armstrong improved the schools in Hawaii.


Common schools

COMMON SCHOOLS

  • Richard Armstrong help improve the public schools in Hawaii.

  • The creation of the Common Schools marks the beginning of the government’s involvement in education in Hawaii.

  • At first, the schools were no more than grass huts.

  • Armstrong help bring better textbooks, qualified teachers and better school buildings.

  • Students were taught in Hawaiian how to read, write, math, geography, singing and to be “God-fearing” citizens.

  • By 1863, three years after Armstrong’s death, the missionaries stopped being a part of Hawaii’s education system.


Hawaii s first newspapers

HAWAII’S FIRST NEWSPAPERS

  • On July 30, 1836, the first English written newspaper in Hawaii was the Sandwich Island Gazette and Journal of Commerce.

  • It cost $6 a

    year to

    subscribe.


Hawaii s first newspapers1

HAWAII’S FIRST NEWSPAPERS

  • Other newspapers that were printed, but did not last are:

    • Polynesian- June 1840

    • The Friend- 1844

    • Cascade

    • Monitor

    • Fountain

    • Honolulu Times


Hawaii s first newspapers2

HAWAII’S FIRST NEWSPAPERS

  • Hawaii’s oldest paper is the Advertiser.

  • Created by Henry Whitney, the first copy came out in English on July 2, 1856 and was originally called the Pacific Commercial Advertiser.

  • This paper is known as the Honolulu Advertisertoday.


Hawaii s first newspapers3

HAWAII’S FIRST NEWSPAPERS

  • In 1866, the first daily newspaper was the Daily Hawaiian Herald.

  • The Evening Bulletin is the first daily paper we have that exists today. It is now the Star-Bulletin.

  • The Star-Bulletin was formed in 1882.

  • A week later, the Advertiser became a daily paper.


The end

THE END


Definitions click on the links to go back to your place

DEFINITIONS click on the links to go back to your place

  • Vocational: work-related

  • Pi’apa: Hawaiian alphabet

  • Reorganization: to move around, to make better. Hawaii needed to teach the kids, find good teachers and buildings for schools.

  • Boarding school: students live and go to school at the same place

  • daily newspaper: a new newspaper is created everyday


Ka lama hawaii click on the links to go back to your place

The first newspaper printed in Hawaii was a student newspaper, Ka Lama Hawaii (The Hawaiian Luminary), produced Feb. 14, 1834 at Lahainaluna on Maui.It was written in Hawaiian, as were many of the early Island newspapers.

KA LAMA HAWAIIclick on the links to go back to your place


Lahainaluna seminary click on the links to go back to your place

Hale Pai - the printing house of Lahainaluna Seminary in Historic Lahaina, Maui.

LAHAINALUNA SEMINARYclick on the links to go back to your place


Hilo boarding school1

HILO BOARDING SCHOOL


Punahou school click on the links to go back to your place

PUNAHOU SCHOOLclick on the links to go back to your place

Campus picture from 1909


Barack obama went to punahou click on the links to go back to your place

BARACK OBAMA WENT TO PUNAHOUclick on the links to go back to your place


Kamehameha schools click on the links to go back to your place

SCHOOL SONG

Be strong and ally ye, oh sons of HawaiʻiAnd nobly stand together hand in hand.All dangers defy ye, oh sons of HawaiʻiAnd bravely serve your own, your fatherland.

Ring, ring, Kalihi, ringSwell the echo of our song.Ray, ray, ray, ray, ray, rah, ray, ray,KamehamehaLet hills and valleys loud our song prolong.

Be firm and deny ye, oh sons of HawaiʻiAllurements that your race will overwhelm.Be true and rely ye, oh sons of HawaiʻiOn God, the prop and pillar of your realm

Kapālama Campus - Honolulu

KAMEHAMEHA SCHOOLSclick on the links to go back to your place


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