Effect #1 - King Kamehameha the Great United all the Hawaiian Islands.
This is King Kamehameha the Great and the Hawaiian Islands
The people were happy when King Kamehameha the Great took control over the Hawaiian Islands, because there was no longer war. Before the Hawaiian Islands were united. everyone was killing all the people from the other islands, and they were always in war. After King Kamehameha united the Hawaiian Islands, there was no more wars and everyone was one BIG family. King Kamehameha the Great chose five Chiefs who sereved as a "Council of State." During the war of the Hawaiian Islands, King Kamehameha the Great wanted better protection for his people, so he decided to trade weapons with America for the war.
Effect #2 - King Kamehameha Started the War of the Hawaiian Islands.
This is the Naha stone that King Kamehameha turned
When KIng Kamehameha was younger, he turned over the Naha stone which weighed five thousand pounds. The Hawaiians believed that the person who could turn the stone over would be the person to unite the Hawaiian Islands. After the people saw that KIng Kamehameha could turn over the stone, they thought more of him, and they expected him to become a great person. Later in King Kamehameha's life, people became scared to fight him. When Kamehameha was going to fight with the Chief of Kauai and Ni'ihau, the Chief said, "If he fought with Kamehameha; ee would lose." In Maui, King Kamehameha fought with Kalanikupule son of Kahekili. The fight ended in Iao Valley streams where it became dammed by the bodies of dead warriors. The battle was know as the Battle of Kepaniwai which means "Damming of the waters." All Of the Hawaiian Kings fought with Kamehameha and lost exept for one, who surrendered his islands to avoid bloodshed. King Kamehameha built a Heiau for the war god, so that he could conquer all the Hawaiian Islands without getting hurt.
The laws the King Kamehameha Made to Keep the Hawaiian Islands United.
This is King Kamehameha going to war
People thought that King Kamehameha was the greatest King, because he was a fair king, and everything he did was for the betterment of the islands. The people were very happy when King Kamehameh took over the Hawaiian Islands, because there was no war. King Kamehameha loved and respected the Hawaiian culture. but he changed some customs in order to keep the Islands united, even after he died. One of the laws was The Law of the Splintered Paddle which read, "Let every aged, woman and child lie by the roadside in safety." King Kamehameha made sure that everyone worked together in support of the economy with a sense of duty.