Sanford B. Dole

Sanford Ballard Dole (April 23, 1844 - June 9, 1926), Hawaiian politician, participated in the revolution of 1887 and acquiesced in that of 1893, becoming President of the Republic of Hawaii (1894 - 1898). He worked for annexation by the United States and opposed monarchist restorationists, but experienced difficulties with Japan over immigration. He later served as governor of the Hawaii Territory (1900 - 1903) and as district judge.

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