List of bilateral treaties signed by the Kingdom of Hawaii

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Many bilateral treaties were signed by the Kingdom of Hawaii.

Under Kamehameha III[edit]

  • United States of America, December 23, 1826 (Treaty)[1]
  • United Kingdom, November 13, 1836 (Lord E. Russell's Treaty)
  • France, July 17, 1839 (Captain LaPlace's Convention)[2]
  • France, March 26, 1846 (Treaty)[3]
  • United Kingdom, March 26, 1846 (Treaty)[4]
  • Denmark, October 19, 1846 (Treaty)[5]
  • Hamburg, January 8, 1848 (Treaty)[6]
  • Agreement Touching Consular Notices (Danish and Hamburg Treaties), January 25, 1848
  • United States of America, December 20, 1849 (Treaty of Friendship, Commerce and Navigation)[7]
  • Sweden and Norway, July 1, 1852 (Treaty)[8]
  • Tahiti, November 24, 1853
  • Bremen, March 27, 1854 (Treaty)

Under Kamehameha IV[edit]

  • France, September 8, 1858 (Treaty)
  • Belgium, October 4, 1862 (Treaty)
  • Netherlands, October 16, 1862 (Treaty)[9]
  • Italy, July 22, 1863 (Treaty)[10]
  • Spain, October 9, 1863 (Treaty)[11]

Under Kamehameha V[edit]

  • Swiss Confederation, July 20, 1864 (Treaty)
  • Russia, June 19, 1869 (Treaty)
  • Japan, August 17, 1871 (Treaty)

Under Kalākaua[edit]

  • New South Wales, March 10, 1874 (Postal Convention)
  • United States of America, January 30, 1875 (Reciprocity Treaty)[12]
  • German Empire, 1879-80 (Treaty)[13]
  • Portugal, May 5, 1882 (Provisional Convention)[14]
  • United States of America, December 6, 1884 (Supplementary Convention)[15]
  • Hong Kong, December 13, 1884 (Money Order Regulations)
  • Universal Postal Union, March 21, 1885 (Additional Act of Lisbon)
  • Japan, January 28, 1886 (Convention)
  • Universal Postal Union, November 9, 1886 (Ratification)
  • Samoa, March 20, 1887 (Treaty)[16]

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