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Contributors:Au, Hattie (speaker)
Feary-Milton Nāone, Ida Kapuʻihilani (speaker)
Kalena Glenn Silva (speaker)
Kamokila CampbellPat Unabia (speaker)
Mikahala Achan (speaker)
show 13 moreKaniela Akaka (speaker)
Ed Lampsly (speaker)
Mālia Kawaihoʻouluohāʻao Craver (speaker)
ʻIlialoha Sarah Quick (speaker)
Kuʻulei Ching (speaker)
2 unknown (speaker)
Harriet Burrows (speaker)
Alvin Kalawe (speaker)
Hattie Kameaaloha (speaker)
Mīleka Kanahele (speaker)
Kimura, Larry Lindsey Kauanoe (recorder)
Kimura, Larry Lindsey Kauanoe (depositor)
Kimura, Larry Lindsey Kauanoe (interviewer)
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Date Issued:03 May 1972
Citation:Kimura, Larry Lindsey Kauanoe (producer). Kaniʻāina, Digital Repository of Ka Haka ʻUla O Keʻelikōlani College of Hawaiian Language, University of Hawaiʻi at Hilo, Ka Leo Hawaiʻi, 1972-05-03, HV24.002, Larry Lindsey Kauanoe Kimura (presenter); Hattie Au (guest); Ida Kapuʻihilani Feary-Milton Nāone (guest); Kalena Glenn Silva (guest); Kamokila Campbell (guest); Pat Unabia (guest); Mikahala Achan (guest); Kaniela Akaka (guest); Ed Lampsly (guest); Mālia Kawaihoʻouluohāʻao Craver (telephone guest); ʻIlialoha Sarah Quick (telephone guest); Kuʻulei Ching (telephone guest); 2 unknown (telephone guest); Harriet Burrows (telephone guest); Alvin Kalawe (telephone guest); Hattie Kameaaloha (telephone guest); Mīleka Kanahele (telephone guest), Retrieved from: on date YYYY-MM-DD.
Description:Student portion - Students present dialogue and information on the island of Maui. Student portion - a narrative on the various Hawaiian methods of preparing fish. HA does an opening chant. ("Liʻuliʻu Wale" and "Kūnihi Ka Mauna") HA talks about where she was born (Kahana). HA gives a good detailed description of preparing lau hala for weaving, also preparation of loulu palm. HA talks about different types of hula kahiko (ancient hula). HA mentions Huilua, the pool of Kahana. HA talks briefly about aʻa hala (hala root), which is used a medicine for pregnant women.
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Appears in Collections: Ka Leo Hawaiʻi

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