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Cows being loaded on steamers, Kona Hawaii

One by one, cattle were hoisted onto the ship deck

Ss James Makee Cattle Steamer - Photos of Hawaii Pictures

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Paniolo cowboys tie the steers to the gunwales,

More cows being loaded, Kona Paniolo

Princess Keelikōlani's hale pili (grass house) where she was born at Hulihee Palace in Kailua, Kona, Hawai‘i. ca. 1883.Ruth made Huliheʻe her chief residence for most of her life, but she preferred to sleep in a grass hut on the palace grounds rather than in the palace. She invited all of the reigning monarchs to vacation at Huliheʻe, from Kamehameha III to Liliuokalani. Ruth died and left the palace to her cousin and sole heir Bernice Pauahi Bishop. Hawaii State Archives Photograph…

Hale_Pili_at_Hulihee_Palace~ Princess Ruth's grass house that stood on the Huliheʻe Palace grounds.

Hawaiian cowboys, known as Paniolo, herd cattle into the bay at Kailua-Kona on Hawaii's Big Island and onto ships to be sent abroad in Kona's early "westernized" era.

Historic Kailua-Kona Paniolo at work on the Big Island. See, even Hawai'i channels a bit of the country spirit.

Kainaliu: ‘Rural village centered on small commercial strip’ | West Hawaii Today, Kailua-Kona, Hawaii

Kainaliu: ‘Rural village centered on small commercial strip’

Paniolos' transporting their cattle to Kona in the 1940s. This particular photo is showing off the skills of a Paniolo wrangling up a loose bull.

Kona Hawaii in the Hawaiian cowboy handling a bull that got loose on the…

Kona Historic Society (Part 1) – Photo Archives are Great for Decor & Gifts | Hawaii Life

Kona Historic Society (Part 1) - Photo Archives are Great for Decor & Gifts

Kona Historic Society (Part – Photo Archives are Great for Decor & Gifts

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