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GEORGE HELM – A HAWAIIAN LEGACY By Kamuela Vance

George Jarrett Helm, Jr. was born on March 23, 1950 in the small town of Kalama’ula, Molokai in the state of Hawaii. He was one of the seven children of George and Melanie Helm. The Helm family lived on Hawaiian … Continue reading

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We know who we are! By Tane Inciong

Without knowinng the finer details of nationhood, Hawaiian Subjects knew the Kingdom of Hawai’i was an acttive member participating in the Family of Nations which was recognized internationally as an independent sovereign nation-state. The Hawaiian Subjects were very much aware … Continue reading

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