Category:Hoapili

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English: Ulumāheihei Hoapili (c. 1776–1840) was a member of the nobility during the formation of the Kingdom of Hawaii. He was a trusted military and political advisor to King Kamehameha I. Although trusted with one of the last symbolic rites of the Hawaiian religion, he later became a supporter of Christian missionaries.
Hoapili 
Member of the nobility during the formation of the Kingdom of Hawaii, trusted military and political advisor to King Kamehameha I, Royal Governor of Maui
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Date of birth1775
Date of death3 January 1840
Lahaina
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  • Kameʻeiamoku
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Hoapili (hu); Hoapili (sv); Hoapili (fr); Ulumaheihei Hoapili (hr); Hoapili (en); Hoapili (nn); Hoapili (nb); Hoapili (da) Member of the nobility during the formation of the Kingdom of Hawaii, trusted military and political advisor to King Kamehameha I, Royal Governor of Maui (en) Hoapili (hr)