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What do these five U.S. Presidents all have in common? They’ve all hosted our alii when they visited Washington D. C. #PresidentsDay
1. President Taylor and Future Kings Kamehameha IV and V:
Dr. Gerrit Judd, Alexander Liholiho and Lot Kamehameha met President Zachary Taylor in the White House on May 30, 1850. Alexander Liholiho wrote in his journal: “As he (the President) entered, he said some few words to this effect—‘gentlemen, I am at your service.’ I sat next to him and had some little conversation, but the old fellow’s mind seemed to be on other subjects besides receiving visitors.” 2. President Johnson and Queen Emma:
On August 14, 1865, Queen Emma was presented to President Johnson, Mrs. Johnson, members of the Cabinet and wives, several members of the press and others. Dowager Queen Emma was on her way to England to raise money for the Anglican Church in Hawaii.
3. President Grant and King Kalakaua:
On December 16, 1874 King Kalakaua was received at the White House by President Grant. Six days later, he was the honored guest at a dinner at the White House. The White House Historical Association states this was the first ever state dinner hosted at the White House.
4. President Arthur and King Kalakaua:
In 1881, Kalakaua passed through the United States at the end of his world tour. Because the United States was in mourning following the death by assassination of President Garfield, no large public receptions were planned. Kalakaua visited with President Chester Arthur on September 28 for about 20 minutes.
5. President Cleveland, Queen Kapiolani and Princess Liliuokalani:
Queen Kapiolani and Princess Liliuokalani were received in the Blue Room of the White House by President and Mrs. Cleveland in the White House on May 4, 1887. This reception lasted about 10 minutes. Two days later, the Clevelands hosted our royal ladies at dinner. Mrs. Cleveland wore her wedding dress, Queen Kapiolani wore her white coronation gown while Princess Liliuokalani wore a dress of black silk.
Laie point was one of the coolest things we saw in Hawaii! I miss being in Hawaii and doing nothing but soaking up the sun, eating food, being with family, and swimming like crazy. I need to go back😭😢😂
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"Highway 3 is probably the most beautiful road I’ve seen. Driving here . . . leaves you speechless as you’re surrounded by the beautiful Ko’olau mountain range. Someone told me this is the most expensive freeway in the United States, not quite sure if that’s true but I think it’s worth every penny." Courtesy of @vincelimphoto