|Lydia Nāmāhāna Piʻia|
Portrait of Nāmāhāna Piʻia as "Queen of the Sandwich Islands", published in Otto von Kotzebue's A New Voyage Around the World, 1830.
|Governor of Oahu|
1824 – 1829?
|Preceded by||Oliver Holmes|
Gideon Peleioholani Laanui
Lydia Nāmāhāna Piʻia (c. 1787 – 1829) was a wife of King Kamehameha I of Hawaii. She was the daughter of Keʻeaumoku Pāpaʻiahiahi, and her sisters Kaʻahumanu and Kalākua Kaheiheimālie were also Kamehameha's wives. Kamehameha and Kaʻahumanu later arranged Piʻia to marry Gideon Peleioholani Laanui, who was ten years her junior. They were married by Hiram Bingham I in a Christian ceremony.
Nāmāhāna Piʻia also served as Governor of Oahu.
|Ancestors of Namahana Piia|
- Elizabeth Kekaʻaniauokalani Kalaninuiohilaukapu Pratt (2009) . Daniel Logan, ed. History of Keoua Kalanikupuapa-i-nui: father of Hawaii kings, and his descendants. Honolulu: republished by Kessinger Publishing. p. 46. ISBN 978-1-104-76661-0.
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