Kawananakoa Death: Abigail Kawananakoa of Hawaiian royalty, also known as the “last Hawaiian Princess” or “last American Princess”, died at home in Nu’uanu (Hawaii) on Sunday, at the age of 96.There has not been any information about the cause of her death.
According to the sources she was last some years a fatal discease that treatment treat a best doctor specialist in particular field. Her lineage included the royalty that once ruled the islands, and an Irish businessman who became one the largest landowners in Hawaii. She get the death pacefully and naturly.
Monday morning, her death was announced at ‘Iolani Palace in Washington. It is America’s only royal residence. The Hawaiian monarchy lived there for many years. However, it now serves mostly as a museum. Paula Akana (executive director of Iolani palace) and Hailama Farden from Hale O Na Ali’i O Hawaii made the announcement.
Who Was Kawananakoa
Abigail Kawananakoa of Hawaiian royalty, also known as the “last Hawaiian Princess” or “last American Princess”, died at home in Nu’uanu (Hawaii) on Sunday, at the age of 96. Kawananakoa was an eminent philanthropist , was also known as kind hearted princes She was famous as a princes as well as well known businessman. She amassed a fortune worth $215 million, mainly through her great-grandfather James Campbell.
She contributed to the preservation of the Iolani palace, America’s only royal residence, which is now a museum, as well as funding various Native Hawaiian causes. In 2019, she stated to a judge that “heritage dictates” that she must care for the Hawaiian people.
Her grandparents were Abigail Campbell (James’s daughter) and David Kawananakoa (a prince who was in line for succession to the Hawaiian throne after the overthrow of the Hawaiian monarchy by American businessmen in 1893). Lydia Liliuokalani Kawananakoa was their second daughter. At age 5 she was adopted legally by her maternal grandmother. If any information get on Social media or other news report, I will share with you recent so follow the Newslangmedia.com
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