TEACHERS AND PREACHERS. STANDARD.
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
Hale Pai - the printing house of Lahainaluna Seminary in Historic Lahaina, Maui.LAHAINALUNA SEMINARYclick on the links to go back to your place
Campus picture from 1909
SCHOOL SONG Historic Lahaina, Maui.
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 - HonoluluKAMEHAMEHA SCHOOLSclick on the links to go back to your place