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: Do you think Kaiana’s desertion will have a great impact on Kamehameha’s attempt to conquer O’ahu? Why do you think this?
took his fleet around to the leeward coast and came in over the reefs between Wai’alae
, where he drew his canoes up on the sand and advanced across the plains. The O’ahuans and
made a stand in
with their faces to the sea
, but even with the advantage of high
ground they could not stop
The valley’s hills grew steeper on either side and behind Kaina’s men was a sheer drop of a thousand-foot
cliff called the
preventing any retreat. The O’ahuans broke scattering along the
cold and windy mountaintops
escaped by the highest ridges
, and some found a path to safety down the dangerous
trail to windward side
, but most leapt to bloody death on
the rocks at the foot of the
stood fast and was killed.
escaped and wandered miserably in the highlands for several months until eventually he was cornered and put to death.
5. Why did Kamehameha have an advantage at Nu’uanu Pali?
6. How did a lot of people die in battle?
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