Ke Ao Maoli
The Bernice Pauahi Bishop Conspiracy or What Really Happened to the Real Bernice Pauahi?
researched by Amelia Gora and others
The following article is evidence of the mystery girl, a replacement of the true Bernice Pauahi Bishop:
HAWAIIAN PALACE FOR A PUBLIC SCHOOL; The Mansion of a Princess in Honolulu Bought for That Purpose.
Honolulu Letter to The Washington Star.AUG. 4, 1895
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The Government has just concluded the purchase of valuable property near the heart of the city for the use of a high school. It is the mansion which was built fifteen years ago at great cost by Princess Ruth Keelikolani, who had inherited all the great estates of the Kamehamehas. She soon after died. Her heir was her cousin, the very lovely and noble half-white Princess Bernice Panahi Bishop.
August 4, 1895, Page 6
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