Category:Henry Opukahaia

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English: Henry ʻŌpūkahaʻia (c. 1792-1818) — one of the first native Hawaiians to become a Christian, inspiring the American Protestant missionaries to come to the island during the nineteenth century.
  • His name was spelled Obookiah during his lifetime. His name Henry is somteimes Hawaiianized as Heneri.
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Henry Opukahaia 
Early Hawaiian christian
Henry Obookiah, memoir illustration (restored).jpg
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Date of birth1792
Nīnole
Date of death17 February 1818
Cornwall
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Wikidata Q5726519
ISNI: 0000 0000 2366 1726
VIAF ID: 70301671
Library of Congress authority ID: n83056043
IdRef ID: 240621743
Nationale Thesaurus voor Auteurs ID: 099733137
Open Library ID: OL1220607A
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