Lā Hoʻihoʻi Ea, Sovereignty Restoration Day, is honored annually on July 31st, the holiday remembers a time before American occupation of Hawai‘i. The words “Ua mau ke ea o ka ‘āina i ka pono” were first uttered by Kamehameha III on July 31, 1843. " The sovereignty of the land is perpetuated through righteousness." He addressed his people at Thomas Square in Honolulu after independence was restored to the Kingdom of Hawai‘i following five months of British occupation.
• 100% polyester
• Dimensions: 6.5″ (16 cm) in height, 13″ (33 cm) in width, and 2¾″ (7 cm) in diameter
• Water-resistant material
• Top zipper with 2 sliders
• Small inner pocket
• 27"-38" Adjustable straps with strap regulators
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