Before anyone else...there were the Hawaiian Islanders.
The Spanish. Then Capt. James Cook. James is credited for being the founder but, the Spanish were there first and then left.
the first people were probably the native hawains
The islands are remote and remained uninhabited by human beings for most of their existence. A band of polynesians first settle the islands as maybe as 1,000 years ago. There is little known of these people, but, a large ditch for fishing made from stone is located on Kauii. A few hundred years later a fierce group from Tahitii landed on Hawaii. They overran or assimilated the earlier settlers though few details are known. These people brought pigs, rats (not intentionally), and other edible plants, and sailed vast distances to land on Hawaii. These people became developed a sophisticated and stratified culture, which, each island being a seperate "kingdom". Much later, when Captain Cook landed near Kauii, the island chain was "discovered" in the west. Then, the islands were assimilated under one King.
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