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"Nohea mai na Kanaka Hawaii"
|Title:||"Nohea mai na Kanaka Hawaii"|
|Abstract:||In an unsigned 1873 article in the newspaper Nuhou: The Hawaiian News, the author presents a scholarly analysis of the then hotly debated question of where the ancestors of Hawaiians and other Polynesians originated. Arguing that the Malay Archipelago was their ancestral homeland, based on a comparison of more than ninety words in Hawaiian and Malay, the author advocates for closer ties between Hawai‘i and the islands of the Malay Archipelago in order to strengthen Hawai‘i’s independence. |
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Palapala, Volume 2 (2018)|
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