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Interview with Fred Paoa
|Title:||Interview with Fred Paoa|
Land and Ownership
|Series/Report no.:||Waikiki, 1910 - 1985: Oral Histories|
|Description:||A former assistant police chief remembers his Waikiki home; fishing, squidding, crabbing, and limu (seaweed) harvesting; flooding; father's immigration station job; learning to swim and surf; Waikiki athletes and sports; childhood jobs and bartering with peddlers; visits to Laie and family luaus; Ala Wai Canal dredging; beach boys and tourists; work at Waterfront and at pineapple cannery; police training and "Hawaii 5-0" police liaison work; and development of Kalia and selling of his family's Waikiki property.|
beach boy, pineapple cannery worker, stevedore, police officer, assistant police chief; Hawaiian-Caucasian; male
Interview conducted in English.
|Pages/Duration:||2 hr, 35 min|
|Geographic Coverage:||Foster Village, Oahu|
|Appears in Collections:||Waikiki, 1910–1985: Oral Histories|
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