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Panalā‘au means colonist or colonizer in the Hawaiian language. The men in this society colonized remote Pacific islands for the United States of America for 7 years until America entered World War II. This hui or society, primarily Kamehameha Schools alumni, was organized in February 8, 1939 and incorporated in July, 1956.

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Where and why are you going? | Who went first? | What is Hui Panalā‘au? | "Pioneering on Jarvis" by George West KSB '35 | 1942, the bitter end

Hui Panalā‘au remembered, 2002 exhibit | 2002 reception


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