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5 Fun Facts About November 1 In Hawaii History

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1. All Saints' Day: November 1 in Hawaii is recognized as All Saints' Day, a Christian holiday honoring all saints and martyrs. It is a time when Hawaiians take time to reflect and pay tribute to those who have passed on.

2. King Kalakaua's Birthday: November 1 is also the birthday of King Kalakaua, who ruled Hawaii from 1874 to 1891. He was known as the "Merry Monarch" and was a patron of the arts, sciences, and literature.

3. The End of Hawaiian Kingdom: On November 1, 1898, the Hawaiian Kingdom officially came to an end when the Treaty of annexation was signed, making Hawaii a territory of the United States. This agreement led to a significant shift in the political, economic and cultural landscapes in Hawaii.

4. Dia de los Muertos/Halloween: Although not a traditional Hawaiian holiday, November 1 is often celebrated in Hawaii as a part of the Mexican holiday, Dia de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead. Halloween is also celebrated on the same day, with parades, parties, and trick or treating.

5. Hawaiian History Month: In 2014, the Hawaii State Legislature declared November to be Hawaiian History Month. This month aims to honor and celebrate the rich history and culture of Hawaii, sharing its stories and traditions with the rest of the world.
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