Don Francisco de Paula Marín (1774–1837) was a Spaniard who became influential in the early Kingdom of Hawaii. Often called Manini, Marini or other variations, he became a confidant of Hawaiian King Kamehameha I. Marín acted as a jack-of-all-trades, sometimes even acting as a physician, probably without any formal education, and is credited with introducing many agricultural products.

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  • Francisco de Paula Marín y Grassi (* Jerez de la Frontera, 25 de noviembre de 1774 – † Honolulu, 30 de octubre de 1837) fue un botánico y horticultor español, y hombre polifácetico que recaló en 1793 en las islas Hawái, donde permaneció el resto de su vida. (es)
  • Don Francisco de Paula Marín (1774–1837) was a Spaniard who became influential in the early Kingdom of Hawaii. Often called Manini, Marini or other variations, he became a confidant of Hawaiian King Kamehameha I. Marín acted as a jack-of-all-trades, sometimes even acting as a physician, probably without any formal education, and is credited with introducing many agricultural products. (en)
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  • Marini, Manini (en)
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  • María Grassi
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  • A Spaniard influential in the early Kingdom of Hawaii; confidant of Hawaiian King Kamehameha I (en)
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  • Francisco de Paula Marín y Grassi (* Jerez de la Frontera, 25 de noviembre de 1774 – † Honolulu, 30 de octubre de 1837) fue un botánico y horticultor español, y hombre polifácetico que recaló en 1793 en las islas Hawái, donde permaneció el resto de su vida. (es)
  • Don Francisco de Paula Marín (1774–1837) was a Spaniard who became influential in the early Kingdom of Hawaii. Often called Manini, Marini or other variations, he became a confidant of Hawaiian King Kamehameha I. Marín acted as a jack-of-all-trades, sometimes even acting as a physician, probably without any formal education, and is credited with introducing many agricultural products. (en)
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