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Iolani Palace

Iolani Palace Honolulu, Hawaii The only royal palace in the United States, Iolani was the official residence of the Hawaiian monarchy from 1882 until foreign merchants overthrew Queen…

Honolulu

(Encyclopedia) Honolulu hŏn˝əlo͞o´lo͞o, hōnō–, city (1990 pop. 365,272), capital of the state of Hawaii and seat of Honolulu co., on the southeast coast of the island of Oahu. The city and county are…

Seneca Falls: The Birthplace of Women's Rights

Seneca Falls: The Birthplace of Women's Rights Some people consider the single most important place in U.S. women's history to be Seneca Falls, New York, where on July 19, 1848, the first…

Lili’uokalani

Name at birth: Lydia Paki Kamaka'eha Lili'uokalaniQueen Lili'uokalani was the queen of the Hawaiian Islands from 1891 until 1893, when she was deposed by those who sought annexation to the United…

Places Where Women Made History

Some people consider the single most important place in U.S. women's history to be Seneca Falls, New York, where on July 19, 1848, the first women's rights convention was held. Seneca Falls…

Hawaii

Capital: Honolulu (on Oahu) State abbreviation/Postal code: Hawaii/HI Governor: David Ige, D (to Dec. 2018) Lieut. Governor: Shan Tsutsui (to Dec. 2018) Senators: Mazie Hirono (D) (to Jan. 2019…

State Capitals and Largest Cities

Here's a list of all the state capitals and largest cities in the United States. The list includes some fun facts about each capital. Here's a national fun fact: New York City was the first capital…