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|Contributors:||Sadie Kaluhiʻōpiopio Beebe (speaker)|
Pila William H. Wilson (speaker)
ʻAʻala Roy (speaker)
Ida Kapuʻihilani Feary-Milton Nāone (speaker)
Kalena Glenn Silva (speaker)
show 7 moreJoseph Iokepa Puʻipuʻi Wenuke/Wainuke Makaʻai (speaker)
Louis Johnson ʻAilā (speaker)
David Kāwika Kaʻalakea (speaker)
Charles Kale Pāwai Kawewehi (speaker)
Kimura, Larry Lindsey Kauanoe (recorder)
Kimura, Larry Lindsey Kauanoe (depositor)
Kimura, Larry Lindsey Kauanoe (interviewer)
|Date Issued:||01 May 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, 1973-05-01, HV24.033, Larry Lindsey Kauanoe Kimura (presenter); Sadie Kaluhiʻōpiopio Beebe (guest); Pila William H. Wilson (guest); ʻAʻala Roy (guest); Ida Kapuʻihilani Feary-Milton Nāone (guest); Kalena Glenn Silva (guest); Joseph Iokepa Puʻipuʻi Wenuke/Wainuke Makaʻai (telephone guest); Louis Johnson ʻAilā (telephone guest); David Kāwika Kaʻalakea (telephone guest); Charles Kale Pāwai Kawewehi (telephone guest), Retrieved from: (website) on date YYYY-MM-DD.|
|Description:||LK introduces the show and guest. SB tells about her grandparents who raised her. SB talks about raising coffee and fishing in Kona. SB talks about fishing in Kahaluʻu, Heʻeia, and Keauhou in Kona, Hawaiʻi. SB explains why she was named Kaluhiʻōpiopio. Going to school in Kahaluʻu. SB talks about working with Mālia Solomon at Ulu Mau Village. SB talks about quilting. Her grandparents made kapa from wauke. SB went to Normal School. SB talks about Lei Day at Halekūlani. LK and SB talk about ʻōpelu, fish of Kona. SB talks about working - sheʻs done all types of work, ever since leaving school. They talk about flowers and ferns made into leis.|
Interactive audio for this transcript can be found at http://ulukau.org/kaniaina.
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