Kalama, S. P. - Ali`i Letters

Kalama, S. P. - Ali`i Letters - 1838.06.18 - to Ke Kumu Hawaii

Kalama submits an article to the newspaper Ke Kumu Hawaii regarding the globe and offering suggestions for improving Ke Kumu Hawaii.
Kalama, S. P. - Ali`i Letters - 1838.06.19 - to Unknown

Kalama discusses his embarrassment at lack of a relevant message for a speech that was assigned to him at Lahainaluna.
Kalama, S. P. - Ali`i Letters - 1838.06.22 - to Na Kumu Ao Hawaii

The writer, likely S.P. Kalama, urges the Hawaiian teachers to keep in touch and report through letters.
Kalama, S. P. - Ali`i Letters - 1838.08.04 - to Ke Kumu Hawaii

Kalama compares a group of women to Sadducees and Pharisees, and then links them to tobacco smokers in Lahaina.
Kalama, S. P. - Ali`i Letters - 1838.08.13 - to Ke Kumu Hawaii

S.P. Kalama provides an overview of world religions for publication in the newspaper, Ke Kumu Hawaii.
Kalama, S. P. - Ali`i Letters - 1838.08.25 - to Unknown

S.P. Kalama writes to Ke Kumu Hawaii requesting support for students at Lahainaluna, who need school supplies.