1797 ca1824, Jul 14
the second king of the Kingdom of Hawaii. Given in care to his father's trusted servant Hanapi, who took the child to rear him in the lands of Kalaoa in Hilo Paliku, he was taken back, after five or six months, by his maternal grandmother Keku'iapoiwa Liliha because she felt he was not getting the right diet. KamehamehaI, then, put him in the care of Queen Ka'ahumanu (another wife of Kamehameha I), who was appointed as Liholiho's official guardian. Liholiho officially inherited the throne upon Kamehameha I's death in May 1819. However, Queen Ka'ahumanu had no intention to give him actual leadership.
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