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Question 1: Paperback edition, University of Hawaii Press, ________, 1974
Honolulu County, HawaiiHonoluluColumbus, OhioPhoenix, Arizona

Question 2: A "multiple migration" theory supported by some early scholars suggests that there was a first settlement of Hawaii by the Menehune (settlers from the ________), and then a second settlement by the Tahitians.
French PolynesiaAustral IslandsTuamotusMarquesas Islands

Question 3: A Constitutional Convention began on May 30, 1894 and the ________ was declared on 4 July 1894 and was no coincidence it was on American Independence Day.
Provisional Government of HawaiiKingdom of HawaiiHistory of HawaiiRepublic of Hawaii

Question 4: It was signed by President ________ on November 23, 1993.
Bill ClintonAl GoreEd RendellHoward Dean

Question 5: On March 18, 1874 Hawaii signed a treaty with the United States granting Americans exclusive ________ rights.
TradeInternational tradeFree tradeSilk Road

Question 6: They brought with them pigs, dogs, chickens, taro, ________, coconut, banana, and sugarcane.
RicePapua New GuineaPeanutSweet potato

Question 7: Senators Daniel Inouye and Daniel Akaka of Hawaiʻi, Congress passed the "________" (US Public Law 103-150), a joint resolution of the United States Congress.
Hawaiian sovereignty movementMorgan ReportApology ResolutionBlount Report

Question 8: An attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941 by the ________ was a trigger for the United States' entry into World War II.
Imperial Japanese NavyEmpire of JapanImperial Japanese ArmyShōwa period

Question 9: The Revolution culminated in the territorial elections of 1954 where the reign of the ________ in the legislature came to an abrupt end, as they were voted out of office to be replaced by members of the Democratic Party of Hawaii.
Republican Party (United States)Hawaii Republican PartyWilliam McKinleyDwight D. Eisenhower

Question 10: Hawaii was united under a single ruler, ________, for the first time in 1810 with the help of foreign weapons.
Kamehameha IKamehameha IIKealakekua BayHoapili







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