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>> Kamehameha School for Boys, Class of 1891

The first graduating class of The Kamehameha Schools, 1891. Seated from left to right: John Waiamau, Sam Keliinoi, William Olin Crowell, Robert Pahau, Charles Blake, Thomas N. Haae. Standing: William Manaole Keolanui, Fred Beckley, Solomon Hanohano, William Rathburn, Sam Kauhane, Moses Kauwe, Charles E. King, W. E. Brown

Name
Residence in 1902-1903
Occupation

Beckley, Fred

Honolulu

Speaker of the House of Representatives

Blake, Charles

Koloa, Kauai

Lawyer

Brown, Enoch

Hilo, Hawaii

Clerk, Sheriff's Office

Crowell, W.O.

Waimea, Kauai

Deputy Sheriff, Waimea

Hase, Thomas

Hookena, Hawaii

Teacher in Public Schools

Hanaohano, Solomon

Honolulu

Machinist, Wheeler & Wilson

Kauhane, Samuel

Waiohinu, Hawaii

Manager, Waiohinu Ranch

Keliinoi, Samuel

Wailuku, Maui

Member of the House of Representatives

King, Charles E.

Makawao, Maui

Public School Inspector, Maui

Manaole, W.

Hilo, Hawaii

Captain of Police, Hilo

Pahau, Robert

Honolulu

 

Rathburn, William

Punaluu, Koolauloa, Oahu

 

Waiamau, J.K.

Leper Settlement, Molokai

Assistant Superintendent of the Leper Settlement
 


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