7 edition of Aloha Niihau/ Oral Histories found in the catalog.
April 1, 2007
by Island Heritage Publishing
Written in English
|Contributions||Elama Kanahele; Kimo Armitage and Keao N (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||88|
Talking Hawaiʻi's Story: Oral Histories of an Island People, edited by the UH Mānoa Center for Oral History's (COH) Michi Kodama-Nishimoto, Warren S. Nishimoto, and Cynthia A. Oshiro, won honorable mention in the non-fiction category of the Hawaiʻi Book Publishers Association's Ka Palapala Po`okela awards honor the best books published in Poe Poe and Niihau Creations. This is a sample of the lei varieties that we create and curate as heirlooms. Our main goal is to pair the right piece with it's soul mate. There is a palpable individuality to all shell creations from Ni'ihau. For each, is a person who will love and treasure it. Find your treasure or have one made for you. Inquire.
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Aloha Niihau/ Oral Histories Paperback – April 1, by Emalia Licayan (Author), Virginia Nizo (Author), Elama Kanahele (Author) & out of 5 stars 1 rating.
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Aloha Niihau: Oral Histories. Waipahu, Hawaii: Island Heritage Publishing. ISBN May, Ernest R (). "They Never Leave This Real Shangri-La". The Saturday Evening Post. (18): 28– ISSN Meyer, Philip A.
"Niihau – Present Circumstances and Future Requirement in an Evolving Hawaiian Community".Area rank: 7th largest Hawaiian Island. Aloha Niihau Paperback – Janu by Bernice Elama Nizo Kanahele (Author), Dr Kimo Armitage (Author), Dr Keaopuaokalani NeSmith (Author) & out of 5 stars 1 rating.
See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Kindle "Please retry" $ — — Paperback 5/5(1). This work is humbly offered to the children of Hawai‘i. It represents the combined endeavors of many people who felt the need to preserve the linguistic integrity of the Hawaiian language and the need to document some of the stories and expressions.
Niihau, volcanic island, Kauai county, Hawaii, U.S. Niihau lies 17 miles (27 km) southwest of Kauai island. The smallest of the populated Hawaiian Islands, Niihau has an area of 70 square miles ( square km). King Kamehameha IV sold it for $10, in to Elizabeth Sinclair of Scotland.
Her. Talking Hawai'i's Story is the first major book in over a generation to present a rich sampling of the landmark work of Hawai'i's Center for Oral History. Twenty-nine extensive oral histories are included.
Aloha Niihau: Oral Histories by Elama Kanahele, Emalia Licayan, and Virginia Nizo. Call Number: Hawaii Pacific. ISBN: DUA45 Aloha Niihau: oral histories Call Number: DUA45 (Hawaiʻi & Pacific Collection) Primary Sources: Newspapers & Magazines.
Echoing the voices of long ago, the book celebrates the connection to stories of Hawaii as once told by grandparents and great-grandparents. In the world of The Healers, family and place are revered and aloha is heartfelt. Cousins Keola and Pua, chosen as the next generation of healers by their family, initially have an idyllic life as.
E Ho‘i ke Aloha i Ni‘ihau. An Essay by Kīhei de Silva. Haku mele: Unknown. Date: Probablythe decade during which Queen Kapi‘olani regularly toured the island kingdom in the cause of ho‘oulu lāhui (the propagation of the Hawaiian race) through the promotion of maternity homes and maternity education for her people.
Sources: 1) “Ni‘ihau,” as taught by Maiki Aiu Lake. History of Hawaiʻi, Native Books, Oceania. New. Maui and the Secret of Fire $ Add to cart. Keiki, Native Books. New `O Lili`uokalani Sale. $ $ Add to cart. Hawaiian Language, History of Hawaiʻi, Native Books.
Cultural Kapolei $ Add to cart. Historical Sites & Stories, Native Books. A Niihau Shell lei is an intricate, individual, hand-sewn perpetual lei made from the tiny shells which populate the beaches of Niihau Island, and each piece of jewelry is unique owing to the selection of shells and the artisan who creates with them.
Think of Hawaii and the major players of Oahu, Maui, Kauai, and the Big Island will likely pop into mind. But besides the smaller islands of Molokai and Lanai, which together with Maui comprise Maui County, Hawaii is also home to Ni’ihau—the westernmost island in the archipelago and perhaps one of the most mysterious places on Earth.
Lying less than twenty miles off the southwest coast of. Hawaii has a long history of powerful women, the most notable being Queen Liliʻuokalani, Hawaii’s only queen regent and the last sovereign monarch, who. Aloha Uchinaaguchi Program. Books from UH Press The research amassed from oral histories, archival collections, and field work examines the archaeological, historical, sociological, political, psychological, and cultural aspects and impacts of World War II confinement in Honouliuli.
The physical remains of Honouliuli Internment and POW. The Go For Broke National Education Center is a nonprofit with educational programs about the history of the Japanese American veterans of World War II. SAVE THE DATE: Oct. 12th, 18th Annual Evening of Aloha Gala Dinner.
The annual Hawaii Book & Music Festival in downtown Honolulu attracts thousands each spring. The University of Hawaii Press is one of the most impressive university presses in the country, and first-rate literary magazines like Manoa, Hawaii Review, and Bamboo Ridge often deal with what it means to call the Islands home.
Meanwhile, James Michener’s1,plus page blockbuster. Now YOU can visit the privately owned island of Niihau on a half-day Tour or a Hunting Safari and take some "Niihau Aloha" home with you.
This Web site gives you some information about our island, tours, safaris and Niihau Shell Lei. We hope you enjoy this site and welcome you to sign our guestbook with any comments you may have.
Aloha. On the cusp Stories by Catherine Kekoa Enomoto Photographs by Ken Ige Star-Bulletin. ON Jan. 23,King Kamehameha V conveyed Niihau island to brothers Francis Sinclair and James McHutchison Sinclair for $10, in gold.
The census of reported a Niihau population of The new owners hired members of this community and operated the island as a ranch for sheep and cattle.
The Aloha Spirit is Alive and Thriving. Many are t aware of the ancient stories of creation and history revealed through the oral traditions of ancient Hawaiian (Mu) chant and song.
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Niihau is noted for beautiful sea shells used in leis. Approximately people live on Niihau. The Hawaiian language is the first language of Niihau residents. English is second. Niihau was purchased in for $10, The island is owned by the Robinson family.
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