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|Contributors:||John Moses Puha (speaker)|
Ida Kapuʻihilani Feary-Milton Nāone (speaker)
Hīnano Rodrigues (speaker)
Kalena Glenn Silva (speaker)
ʻAʻala Roy (speaker)
show 8 moreLouis Johnson ʻAilā (speaker)
Henry Hanalē Haʻehaʻe Kaukau Meheʻula (speaker)
Kōleka ʻĀwai (speaker)
Māhela ʻĀwai Rosehill (speaker)
Kimura, Larry Lindsey Kauanoe (recorder)
Kimura, Larry Lindsey Kauanoe (depositor)
Kimura, Larry Lindsey Kauanoe (interviewer)
|Date Issued:||13 Mar 1973|
|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, 1973-03-13, HV24.026, Larry Lindsey Kauanoe Kimura (presenter); John Moses Puha (guest); Ida Kapuʻihilani Feary-Milton Nāone (guest); Hīnano Rodrigues (guest); Kalena Glenn Silva (guest); ʻAʻala Roy (guest); Louis Johnson ʻAilā (telephone guest); Henry Hanalē Haʻehaʻe Kaukau Meheʻula (telephone guest); unknown (telephone guest); Kōleka ʻĀwai (telephone guest); Māhela ʻĀwai Rosehill (telephone guest), Retrieved from: ulukau.org/kaniaina on date YYYY-MM-DD.|
|Description:||JP is from Olowalu, Maui, where he was born and raised. He talks about the school at Olowalu. JP talks about his music. Pāpā Almeida taught him how to play. JP talks about his song “ʻUʻina.” JP talks about Waikapū and others of the four waters of Maui.|
Interactive audio for this transcript can be found at http://ulukau.org/kaniaina.
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