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Interview with Mary Ellen Kealohapauole Clarke

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Title: Interview with Mary Ellen Kealohapauole Clarke
Interviewer: Nishimoto, Warren
Interviewee: Clarke, Mary Ellen Kealohapauole
Keywords: Development
Ethnic Relations
Family Life
Hawaiians - Customs and Beliefs
Land and Ownership
Issue Date: 1985
Series/Report no.: Waikiki, 1910 - 1985: Oral Histories
Description: The fifth of twelve children, a Kalia-born woman talks about her parents' background, strict upbringing, neighbors and neighborhood stores, schooling, fishing traditions, Mochizuki Tea House, family gatherings, movement of grandfather's grave, laundry chores, cousin Duke Kahanamoku, peddlers, Ala Wai Canal dredging, Squattersville, Aloha Park, relationships with military, Prince Kuhio, development of Kalia, selling of property and scattering of family, and reflections on Kalia.
nurse trainee; Hawaiian-Caucasian; female
Interview conducted in English.
Sponsor: State
Pages/Duration: 1 hr, 53 min
30 pages
Geographic Coverage: Kailua Kona, Hawaii
Appears in Collections:Waikiki, 1910–1985: Oral Histories

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