History of the hawaiian people


Critically analyze Hawaiian tribes by looking at their history, origins, relationship with other tribes, economic transformation, political transformation, delimitation, traditions, tribal rules, intermarriage, and rule of the women in social, political, economic issues.


The Hawaiian people, like all people who live close to nature, had always been spiritually oriented and mystically religious as it is evident from their history. Despite these multi-faceted characteristics, certain broad stereotypes about the culture persist in the non-Hawaiian population because the people of Hawaii have a unique history which has resulted in a distinct ethnic geography. It is a state whose ethnic dynamics do not fit the rest of the American ethnic experiment, for instance, the people of Hawaii express a culturally pluralistic “spirit of aloha” that welcomes everyone regardless of ethnic or racial background, while also negotiating a legacy of ethnically based social stratification resulting from the state’s historical economic geographies