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Orders, decorations, and medals of Hawaii

 

Orders, decorations, and medals of Hawaii

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Contents

  • Kingdom of Hawaiʻi 1
    • Royal Orders 1.1
    • Royal Medals 1.2
    • Royal Anniversary Medals 1.3
  • Republic of Hawaiʻi 2
  • State of Hawaiʻi 3
    • Hawaii National Guard State Awards 3.1
    • Others 3.2
  • References 4

Kingdom of Hawaiʻi

The orders and decorations formerly awarded in by the Kingdom of Hawaiʻi are:

Royal Orders

Royal Medals

Royal Anniversary Medals

Republic of Hawaiʻi

The Orders and decorations formerly awarded by the Republic of Hawaiʻi are:

State of Hawaiʻi

Hawaii National Guard State Awards

  • Hawaii Medal of Honor
  • Hawaii Medal for Valor
  • Hawaii Distinguished Service Order
  • Hawaii Medal for Merit
  • Hawaii Commendation Medal
  • Hawaii Service Medal (type 2)
  • Hawaii State Active Duty Ribbon
  • Hawaii 1968 Federal Service Ribbon
  • Hawaii Active Duty Basic Training Ribbon
  • Hawaii Hurricane Iniki Ribbon
  • Hawaii Operation Kokua Ribbon
  • Hawaii Recruiting Ribbon

Others

References

  1. ^ Kingdom of Hawaii
  2. ^ Kingdom of Hawaii
  • Medcalf, Donald & Ronald Russell (1978).

Hawaiian Money: Standard Catalog: Includes Tokens, Medals & Royal Orders. Honolulu: Nani Stamp & Coin LTD. ISBN 0-931388-00-7.

  • Werlich, Robert (1965).

Orders & Decorations of All Nations: Ancient & Modern, Civil & Military. Quaker Press. ISBN 1-151-37961-1.

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