his265 | undergraduate
Hawaii: History And Culture
This undergraduate-level course is 5 This course is available as part of a degree or certificate program. To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Hawai‘i: Territory to Statehood
- Identify significant events surrounding the establishment of Hawai‘i as a U.S. territory.
- Explain the role of Hawai‘i’s geographic location to U.S. military and international relations.
- Describe the political and economic effects of statehood on Hawai‘i.
- Explain the significance of World War II in Hawai‘ian history.
The Hawai‘ian Renaissance
- Describe the origins of the Hawai‘ian Renaissance.
- Explain the importance of preserving Hawai‘i’s heritage and culture.
- Describe the future of Hawai‘i with regard to issues of development, population density, its economy, and the environment.
Western Influences Begin
- Describe the rise of the Kamehameha dynasty.
- Describe the history and undertakings of Captain Cook in Hawai‘i.
- Discuss the influence of the Western missionaries, whalers, traders, and merchants on the economy of Hawai‘i during the 1800s.
- Describe the origins and migrations of early Polynesians.
- Discuss the evolution of native Hawai‘ian society.
- Identify mythological foundations and the worldview of the native Hawai‘ian culture.
- Explain the meaning of native Hawai‘ian cultural values.
Plantation and the Decline of the Monarchy
- Explain the connection between King Kalakaua’s reign and the rise of sugar plantations in Hawai‘i.
- Describe the emergence of the Big Five businesses in the late 1800s to the early 1900s.
- Explain the abdication of Queen Lili‘uokalani.
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