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Kamehameha V issues new constitution strengthening the monarchy. Read More.

Royal Mausoleum in Nu`uanu completed.

E.A. Allen dispacted to Washington as Minister Plenipotentiary.

High chief L. Haalelea dies.

Kamehameha V sells island of Ni'ihau to the Sinclair-Robinson family for $10,000.

The Islands export 10,414,441 pounds of sugar and 340,436 gallons of molasses.

$1,712,000 worth of imports arrive in Hawai'i. The Islands export $1,519,000 worth of goods.

Henry B Auhincloss publishes five articles in Hunts Merchants Magazine. In an article on Kilauea, he describes the trek from Hilo, volcanic action and details of the vegetation, particularly tree ferns and the use made of pulu harvested from ferns. His article on sugar describes soil conditions on Hawai'i and Maui (at James Makee's plantation) and comments on labor performed by immigrant Chinese and native Hawaiians.

Louis Pasteur invents pasteurization process.

Nathaniel Hawthorne dies.

Austrian Archduke Maximilian appointed emperor of Mexico with backing of the French army.

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