Rosemary I. Patterson, Ph.D. is a retired School Psychologist. She is the author of eleven novels including 5 Star Midwest Book Reviewed "Aloha And Mai Tais. Her screenplay adaptation of "Journey Great Barrier Reef" set in Australia was a winner in both the 2003 Telluride Indiefest Screenplay contest and the 2005 Key West Indiefest Screenplay Contest.
Kula Keiki Ali'iby Rosemary I. Patterson
From 1840 to 1848 American Calvinist missionaries sought to indoctrinate the children who would become monarchs of Hawaii by placing them into a residential school. A battle of epic proportions occurred between Moses, the oldest of the students and Amos Cooke the Calvinist missionary selected to run the school as Moses sought to to hang on to his Hawaiian heritage. Moses lost and the remaining pupils suffered cultural genocide, self-worth damage and identity confusion that affected their reigns.
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