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Honors Modern History of Hawaii

Quarterly Exam

Section I: Missionaries (Multiple Choices)

  1. The first missionaries to arrive in Hawaii were known under what name & acronym?

    1. The YMCA, Young Men’s Christian Association

    2. The ABCD, American Board of Christian Deans

    3. The CAMB, Catholic Association Missionary Board

    4. The ABCFM, American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions

  1. The Missionaries that arrived were sent for what purpose?

    1. To gain control of the Hawaiian Monarchy

    2. To civilize the Natives and convert them to Christianity

    3. To learn how to speak fluent Hawaiian

    4. To build a sugar plantation industry

  1. The Missionaries that arrived could be described as…

    1. Joyful and generous people

    2. Optimistic, they always looked on the bright side of things

    3. Strict, Silent and Emotionless

    4. People who were very fearful of the Native Hawaiians

  1. Circle all the statements that apply or were true about the Missionaries

    1. The ABCFM followed the Catholic religion

    2. The missionaries learned how to speak fluent Hawaiian

    3. The missionaries taught the Native Hawaiians how to read and write

    4. The missionaries were sent by the British Kingdom

    5. The Native Hawaiians thought the missionaries used sorcery in their churches

    6. The Native Hawaiians often killed and ate many missionaries

  1. Once the missionaries arrived, they immediately sought to convert what Native Hawaiian group?

    1. The Maka’ainana

    2. The Konohiki

    3. The Fishermen

    4. The Royal Monarchy

Section II: The Hawaiian Constitution (Multiple Choices)

  1. Which Kamehameha enacted the Constitution for the Hawaiian Kingdom?

    1. King Kamehameha II Alexander Liholiho

    2. King Kamehameha III Kauikeaouli

    3. King Kamehameha V Prince Lot

    4. King David Kalakau’a

  1. The Constitution of Hawaii was designed and influenced by what group of people?

    1. Missionary descendants

    2. The Maka’ainana

    3. The Ali’i

    4. British Prime Ministers

  1. The Hawaiian Constitution of 1840 intended to do what purpose?

    1. Give lands to the sugar plantation owners

    2. Empower the maka’ainana and provide rights to land ownership

    3. Create a feudalistic system in Hawaii

    4. Give fee-simple titles for everyone

  1. Circle all that apply for the establishment of a Constitutional Monarchy in Hawaii.

    1. The establishment of a Legislature

    2. The establishment of total executive power to the King

    3. The establishment of a Judicial System

    4. The creation of checks and balances within the monarchy

    5. The institution of Church Land and Base Entitlements

    6. The creation of a Parliamentary System

Section III: Sugar Plantation Era (Multiple Choices)

  1. What event provided the ability for foreigners to acquire land?

    1. The Anglo-Franco Treaty

    2. The Annexation of Hawaii

    3. The Great Mahele

    4. The ABCFM Arrival

  1. What act provided the ability for Plantation Owners to bring immigrants to Hawaii?

    1. The Civilian Act of 1820

    2. The Imported Labor Masters and Servants Act

    3. The Laborers Servants Act

    4. The Asiatic Labor and Servants Act

  1. All of the following ethnicities immigrated to Hawaii to work on the Plantations EXCEPT:

    1. Portuguese

    2. Koreans

    3. Filipinos

    4. Germans

    5. Indians

  1. The Reciprocity Treaty of 1875 provided what benefit to Sugar Planters?

    1. 2% interest on every pound of sugar imported

    2. Subsidized lands to the Plantation Owners in Hawaii

    3. Duty Free Taxes on imported sugar into the US

    4. Native Hawaiian Land rights to the US

  1. What events on the continental US (mainland) increased demands for Hawaii sugar?

    1. California Gold Rush & Civil War

    2. Jim Crow Laws

    3. Massive Drought that hit Southern Sugar Growers

    4. Taxation on Sugar imports from the Caribbean

Section IV: Steps Leading to the Overthrow (Multiple Choices)

  1. What is the Hawaiian name for Pearl Harbor?

    1. Pueo

    2. Pau’ahi

    3. Pu’uloa

    4. Kanaka Maoli

  1. What was Pearl Harbor known as amongst foreign nations?

    1. The Gem of the Pacific

    2. The Deepest Water Way Harbor

    3. The Pearl of Pu’uloa

    4. The Hawaiian Prime

  1. The Hawaiian League was a group of pro-American, white business men who believed…

    1. That King David Kalakau’a was civil and upright in his manners

    2. That the Sugar Plantation business was an excellent and profitable means of wealth

    3. That the Hawaiian Island chain was regarded as a prime estate for sugar growing

    4. That King David Kalakau’a was unfit to rule and politically corrupt

  1. The Bayonet Constitution was enacted by the Honolulu Rifles, what impact did it have on the Hawaiian Kingdom?

    1. It gave power to the King by providing him with artillery and naval sea weapons

    2. It disenfranchised the Native Hawaiian people and made the King a mere puppet figure

    3. It created political tension between Great Britain and the US military

    4. It gave land rights to foreigners who were able to build a prosperous sugar plantation

  1. Why was the Bayonet Constitution enacted by the Hawaiian League?

    1. Because the wealthy sugar owners wanted to import more laborers

    2. Because the Native Hawaiians were creating political disruption in the Kingdom

    3. Because King Kalakau’a refused to sign over Pearl Harbor to the US

    4. Because the King was gaining too much power from his British associates

  1. Who was regarded as the leader of the Hawaiian League?

    1. W.O. Willis

    2. Sanford B. Dole

    3. John L. Stevens

    4. Robert Lorin Thurston

Section V: Overthrow & Annexation

  1. What organization dethroned the Queen? (Formerly known as the Hawaiian League)

    1. The Night Fury & Dragons

    2. West Side Peeps

    3. The Committee of Annexation

    4. The Committee of Safety

  1. What was the name of the US minister that sent war ships and marines into Honolulu Harbor?

    1. William Justice Lee

    2. Robert Lorin Thurston

    3. Sanford B Dole

    4. John L. Stevens

  1. Queen Liliuokalani reacted to the Overthrow by…

    1. Peacefully resigning her throne to the US

    2. Peacefully resigning her throne to the Provisional Government

    3. Calling all Native Hawaiians to bear arms against the Provisional Government

    4. Going to her Washington home and composing Hawaii Pono I

  1. President Cleveland, upon hearing of the Overthrow of the Hawaiian Kingdom, reacted by….

    1. Sending a warship to Hawaii in an attempt to restore the Queen by force

    2. Sending a Senator over to Hawaii to appease the Provisional Government

    3. Sending an investigator by the names of James H. Blount to gather information

    4. Sending a spy by the name of William Little Lee to gain information on Thurston

  1. President Cleveland deemed that the Overthrow of the Hawaiian Kingdom was illegal, he immediately…

    1. Ordered the Provisional Government to restore the Queen to her throne but ultimately left the decision up to Congress

    2. Ordered the Provisional Government to report to Washington DC for a formal meeting and reception

    3. Ordered the Queen to take up military arms that would be sent by boat to the opposite side of O’ahu

    4. Ordered a warship to be sent to Hawaii that would use force upon the Provisional Government

Section V: True or False

  1. Upon hearing about Annexation to the US, Native Hawaiian groups rallied in political organizations and gathered petition signatures.

    1. True

    2. False

  1. One of the Native Hawaiian groups that protested against Annexation was called Hui Aloha Aina, meaning the Hawaiian Patriotic League.

    1. True

    2. False

  1. Three Annexation Treaties were sent to Washington by the Provisional Government. The first was declined by President Cleveland and the second one was stopped because the Senate could not gain a 2/3 majority vote.

    1. True

    2. False

  1. The US won the Spanish American War and gained valuable colonies, such as Cuba, Philippines, Guam, Puerto Rico & the Panama Canal. Out of all of these locations, Guam was the most valuable and strategic military location in the Pacific.

    1. True

    2. False

  1. Queen Liliuokalani protested that the Annexation of Hawaii was a violation of an International Law. She is referring to the Anglo Franco Treaty of 1850 that recognized Hawaii as an independent sovereign nation.

    1. True

    2. False

Paragraph Statement (Separate Piece of Paper) (10 points)

Answer 1 of the 2 questions in a COMPLETE PARAGRAPH. DO NOT LIST your answer in bullet points or incomplete statements. Support ALL OF YOUR ANSWERS. Make sure you have a topic, supporting and concluding sentence.

  1. Explain how the Reciprocity Treaty of 1875 evolved into the Bayonet Constitution. How did this foreshadow the downfall of the Hawaiian Kingdom?

  1. Describe Queen Liliuokalani’s actions once she received the throne. What did she try to propose and what were her reasons? How did the Hawaiian league react to the Queen’s proposals?

Extra Credit: (1 Point Possible Each)

  1. Mr. Manrique plays what musical instrument?

  1. What is the full Hawaiian word for obtaining or having wealth?

  1. Historians often go into what profession after graduating?

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