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Kūpuna Stories on Native Hawaiian First Feeding Practices- Kaʻiulani Odom

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Title:Kūpuna Stories on Native Hawaiian First Feeding Practices- Kaʻiulani Odom
Authors:Ng-Osorio, Jacqueline
Fialkowski, Marie Kainoa
Pinto, Pua ʻO Eleili
Fonseca-Smith, Tyra
Contributors:Ng-Osorio, Jacqueline (interviewer)
Fialkowski, Marie Kainoa (interviewer)
Pinto, Pua ʻO Eleili (interviewer)
Odom, Kaʻiulani (interviewee)
Keywords:Infants
Hawaiʻi
Odom, Kaʻiulani
Complementary foods
Oʻahu
show 4 moreNative Hawaiian
Honolulu
Traditional Hawaiian diet
Kalihi
show less
Date Issued:22 May 2018
Abstract:Stories of complementary feeding practices as told by Native Hawaiian Kūpuna in Hawaiʻi.
Pages/Duration:33:26
URI:http://hdl.handle.net/10125/67902
Coverage (Spatial):Honolulu, Kalihi, Hawaiʻi
Appears in Collections: Kupuna Stories on Native Hawaiian First Feeding Practices


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