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Prince Albert, son of Kamehameha IV and Queen Emma, dies. Read More.

Island of Palmyra becomes a dependency of the Hawaiian Kingdom after Captain Z. Bent takes control of the island in the name of Kamehameha IV.

Lahainaluna Seminary destroyed by fire.

Paul Isenberg becomes manager of Lihue Plantation on Kaua'i.

The Islands export 3,005,603 pounds of sugar and 130,445 gallons of molasses.

$998,000 worth of imports arrive in Hawai'i; exports total $785,000.

Dr. Staley, first Anglican Bishop arrives.

Hawai'i legislature votes to establish an insane asylum; the new asylum opens four years later at Kapalama.

First professional operatic performance given at the Royal Hawaiian Theatre by a troupe en route from Sydney to San Francisco.

Reformed Catholic Church Mission arrives in Hawai'i.

Battle of Antietam dramatizes the savagery of the Civil War struggle.

Victor Hugo publishes Les Miserables.

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