Ka Ho'onohonoho 'Ana i Ka 'Olelo Hawai'i: He Kakau Ethnohistory

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2014-09-26
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Akamine, Kalama
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University of Hawaii at Manoa
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Aloha, e na pua o Hawai'i mai ka moku 'o Lo'ihi a hiki i ka mole ‘o Lehua. Aloha kakou. Eo Hawai'i, moku o Keawe, moku o Pele. Aloha, e na koa mai ka wac kele o Puna. Eo Maui, moku o Kahekili i ka po 'ele. Aloha, e na koa mai na one o Honokahua. Eo Moloka'i. Moloka’i nui a Hina. Moloka’i pule o’o. Aloha, e na koa mai ka Hui Ala Loa. Eo Lana'i. Lanai i ka 'ulula'au. Ka moku palahalaha a mehameha. Eo Kaho'olawe, moku o Kanaloa, ka 'eha o ka lahui. Aloha e na koa 'elua i hala. Eo O'ahu, ka piko o ka lahui. Aloha e na koa mai na mala o Kalama a hiki i na ahi o Makua. Eo Kaua'i, a Lohi'au e Ha'ena. Aloha, e na koa mai Nukoli'i. Eo Ni'ihau, ka pu’uwai o ka lahui, kahi hope loa o ka 'olelo Hawai'i. Aloha e na kama a Papa a Wakea, na koa e malama i ka 'aina, e ho'omau i ka 'olelo Hawai'i. Aloha kakou.
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