Manono II (died 1819) was a Hawaiian chiefess and member of the royal family during the Kingdom of Hawaii. She along with her second husband Keaoua Kekuaokalani died fighting for the Hawaiian religion after Kamehameha II abolished the kapu system.

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  • Manono II, fue por nacimiento Gran Jefa de Maui en el Antiguo Hawái, y Reina consorte de Hawái, como esposa del Rey Kamehameha El Grande. (es)
  • Manono II (died 1819) was a Hawaiian chiefess and member of the royal family during the Kingdom of Hawaii. She along with her second husband Keaoua Kekuaokalani died fighting for the Hawaiian religion after Kamehameha II abolished the kapu system. (en)
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  • 1819-1-1
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  • Memorial at Kuamoʻo
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  • December 1819
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  • Kekuamanoha
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  • Manono II, fue por nacimiento Gran Jefa de Maui en el Antiguo Hawái, y Reina consorte de Hawái, como esposa del Rey Kamehameha El Grande. (es)
  • Manono II (died 1819) was a Hawaiian chiefess and member of the royal family during the Kingdom of Hawaii. She along with her second husband Keaoua Kekuaokalani died fighting for the Hawaiian religion after Kamehameha II abolished the kapu system. (en)
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  • Manono II (es)
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  • Manono II (en)
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