Category:Boki (Hawaiian chief)
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English: Boki (sometimes Poki, born Kamāʻuleʻule) (before 1785–after December 1829) was a High Chief in the ancient Hawaiian tradition and served the Kingdom of Hawaii as royal governor of the island of Oahu. Boki also encouraged the Hawaiians to gather sandalwood for trade, and ran a mercantile and shipping business. He was husband of Kuini Liliha.
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