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Oh Capitano!Celso Cesare Moreno - Adventurer, Cheater, and Scoundrel on Four Continents$
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Rudolph J. Vecoli, Francesco Durante, and Donna R. Gabaccia

Print publication date: 2018

Print ISBN-13: 9780823279869

Published to Fordham Scholarship Online: January 2019

DOI: 10.5422/fordham/9780823279869.001.0001

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Celso’s Vendetta

Celso’s Vendetta

Chapter:
(p.95) Chapter 6 Celso’s Vendetta
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Oh Capitano!
Author(s):

Rudolph J. Vecoli

Francesco Durante

, Donna R. Gabaccia, Elizabeth O. Venditto
Publisher:
Fordham University Press
DOI:10.5422/fordham/9780823279869.003.0006

This chapter examines how Celso Cesare Moreno plotted his revenge after the debacle in Hawaii and describes his role in the education of three Hawaiian students: Robert William Wilcox, Robert Napu'uako Boyd, and James Kaneholo Booth. Moreno left Honolulu for San Francisco onboard the steamer Zealandia. He wanted James M. Comly, whom he believed was primarily responsible for his downfall, removed as the U.S. ambassador to the Kingdom of Hawaii. He enrolled Wilcox, Boyd, and Booth in three different military schools—Royal Academy of Civil and Military Engineers in Turin, Royal Naval Academy in Livorno, and Nunziatella Military Academy in Naples, respectively. The chapter also discusses Moreno's travel across Asia, the Middle East, and Europe with King David Kalākaua and his dignitaries, which included William Nevins Armstrong, now Royal Commissioner of Immigration. Finally, it reflects on the death of Booth due to cholera.

Keywords:   education, Celso Cesare Moreno, Hawaii, Robert William Wilcox, Robert Napu'uako Boyd, James Kaneholo Booth, military schools, David Kalākaua, William Nevins Armstrong, cholera

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