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Interview with Winifred Naehu

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Title: Interview with Winifred Naehu
Interviewer: Johnston, Jeanne
Interviewee: Naehu, Winifred
Keywords: Customs and Beliefs - Hawaiians
Lifestyles - Hawaiians
Natural Disasters
Issue Date: 1998
Series/Report no.: Tsunamis in Maui County: Oral Histories
Description: A woman talks of being hanai or adopted in the Hawaiian custom. She speaks of her adoptive mother, a lau hala weaver. She also remembers the 1946 tsunami, which her father foresaw in a dream, and describe the damage it caused to her home.
telephone operator; Hawaiian-Norwegian; female
Interview conducted in English.
Sponsor: State, Federal, Private
Pages/Duration: 41 min
8 pages
Geographic Coverage: Waialua, Molokai
Appears in Collections:Tsunamis in Maui County: Oral Histories

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