King Kamehameha (1810-1819): The Black Folks of Hawaii: Muurs of the Western Island; White Southerners, who settled the Hawaiian islands during the 19th Century had a song about the native people which ran, “You may call them Hawaiian, but they look like niggers to me.” Setting aside their bigotry, the Southern settlers hit upon a fact which is studiously ignored by modern anthropologists and historians: the natives of Hawaii were Black people whose ancestral roots extend back to Africa.
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