Boki - Ali`i Letters

Boki - Ali`i Letters - No Date - to Unknown

Boki documents events involving a man-o-war threatening violence due to outrage over the restriction of prostitution.

Boki - Ali`i Letters - 1826.01 - to unknown recipient

Supposedly a letter from Boki to someone in Britain reporting some general news from Hawaiʻi, and emphasizing that Rev. Hiram Bingham is wanting to exercise total control over the Hawaiian people, something he firmly opposes. Boki denies writing this letter.

Boki - Ali`i Letters - 1826.01.24 - to Unknown

A note containing a letter published in the Quarterly Review and supposedly written by Boki to friends in England describing the conduct of American Missionaries in Hawai‘i.

Boki - Ali`i Letters - 1828.07.31 - to Unknown

Boki writes about a conversation he has with a “chief of the man a war” in which the “chief” expresses his objection towards the prostitution law.