Timeline of Honolulu

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The following is a timeline of the history of the city of Honolulu, on Oahu, in the U.S. state of Hawaii.

1700s-1800s

1900s

2000s

See also

References

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  15. ^ a b Peterson 1952.
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Bibliography

Published in the 1800s
Published in the 1900s
Published in the 2000s
  • Frederick Lau (2004). "Serenading the Ancestors: Chinese Qingming Festival in Honolulu". Yearbook for Traditional Music. 36: 128–143. JSTOR  20058795.

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21°18′00″N 157°49′00″W / 21.3°N 157.816667°W / 21.3; -157.816667