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No evidence of name of Ka'ahumanu III[edit]

I just reread Kamakau's Ruling Chiefs to make sure, and I find no evidence that Kekauluohi was ever called Ka'ahumanu III. Please provide a citation or I will change the title of the article. I removed one external link that did not have anything to do with her. Mahalo. Makana Chai (talk) 06:53, 2 November 2009 (UTC)

Well it's been two years. I was going to do something along that line. I think we should move Kaahumanu II to Kinau, and Kaahumanu III to Kekāuluohi, and Kaahumanu IV to Victoria Kamamalu. But every link and in other articles that mentions Kaahumanu 2-4 must be removed. I'll get to it later. Some help would be appreciated.--KAVEBEAR (talk) 06:27, 24 March 2011 (UTC)
Yeah, that confused me when going through the old Hawaiian newspapers I decided to google something on Kekauluohi but was confused because I saw the name of Kaahumanu and didn't want to click on it but my browser already indicated that I had clicked on it before. I must've clicked on it when it was Kekauluohi, not Kaahumanu III. I'm not sure who decided that all the Kuhina Nui would be Kaahumanu I, II, III, etc. --Mamoahina (talk) 06:14, 9 July 2011 (UTC)
They (as in the Kaahumanu I, II, III, IV) were used for Kinau, and sometimes, but rarely, for Kekauluohi and Victoria Kamamalu.--KAVEBEAR (talk) 06:50, 9 July 2011 (UTC)
I think you meant that they were styled that way, not that they were actually used very often. I commented on the other page about how they never signed that way.--Mamoahina (talk) 22:39, 9 July 2011 (UTC)
Yeah not common but actually real names, there are evidences of these names. But we should use the most common names, so I move these articles to these titles. The oldest source I can find that called her Kaahumanu III was 1843 in Sheldon Dibble's history of the Sandwich Islands. Other sources actually called Victoria Kamamalu Kaahumanu III instead.--KAVEBEAR (talk) 02:37, 10 July 2011 (UTC)


Here it seems that the missionaries called her a woman of low birth with no more power than any common natives. I though it'll interesting to place here in case anybody wanted to add it to the article.

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