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LK1-HV24009

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Title:LK1-HV24009
Contributors:Theodore Kelsey (speaker)
Alan Los Banos (speaker)
Betsy Hughes (speaker)
Pila William H. Wilson (speaker)
Ida Kapuʻihilani Feary-Milton Nāone (speaker)
show 10 moreKaipo (speaker)
Joseph Iokepa Puʻupuʻi Wenuke/Wainuke Makaʻai (speaker)
Dorothy Kōleka Kahananui (speaker)
Harry Gregson (speaker)
ʻIliahi Kanahele Faulkner (speaker)
Māhela ʻĀwai Rosehill (speaker)
Mālia Kawaihoʻouluhāʻao Craver (speaker)
Kimura, Larry Lindsey Kauanoe (recorder)
Kimura, Larry Lindsey Kauanoe (depositor)
Kimura, Larry Lindsey Kauanoe (interviewer)
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Date Issued:03 Oct 1972
Citation:Kimura, Larry Lindsey Kauanoe (producer). Kaniʻāina, ulukau.org Digital Repository of Ka Haka ʻUla O Keʻelikōlani College of Hawaiian Language, University of Hawaiʻi at Hilo, Ka Leo Hawaiʻi, 1972-10-03, HV24.009, Larry Lindsey Kauanoe Kimura (presenter); Theodore Kelsey (guest); Alan Los Banos (guest); Betsy Hughes (guest); Pila William H. Wilson (guest); Ida Kapuʻihilani Feary-Milton Nāone (guest); Kaipo (telephone guest); Joseph Iokepa Puʻupuʻi Wenuke/Wainuke Makaʻai (telephone guest); Dorothy Kōleka Kahananui (telephone guest); Harry Gregson (telephone guest); ʻIliahi Kanahele Faulkner (telephone guest); Māhela ʻĀwai Rosehill (telephone guest); Mālia Kawaihoʻouluhāʻao Craver (telephone guest), Retrieved from: ulukau.org/kaniaina on date YYYY-MM-DD.
Description:Missing the beginning part of the program. Student portion - students give presentation on Princess Kaʻiulani. TK talks about his coming to Hawaiʻi and moving around on Hawaiʻi after living on Kauaʻi (Hanamāʻulu and Kekaha) with his mother and father. TK talks about his jobs, friends and schools. Reverend H.B. Nālimu and Reverend Desha. His work with Henry E. P. Kekahuna at Kīlauea Naitonal Park and the many heiau of Hawaiʻi. TK talks about his work with the Kumulipo (creation chant).
Interactive audio for this transcript can be found at http://ulukau.org/kaniaina.
URI/DOI:http://hdl.handle.net/10125/59154
Appears in Collections: Ka Leo Hawaiʻi


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