Lately, there seems to be more and more people posting information from historical documents, and that is a good thing. However, there is a trend happening that people will do a post without giving any citation as to where the information is found originally. 221 more words
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My Beloved Lei, My Child, Has Passed.
Mr. Editor of the newspaper Ke Aloha Aina.
Aloha oe:—May it please your honor to allow me some space of our precious “nupepa” for my bundle of sadness for which the title appears above, so that the friends of my child who live in the wafting Eka wind of that calm land may know. 239 more words
The Kona Historical Society’s “Save Hawaii’s History” auction runs from July 13th to July 27th.
Kona Historical Society will be “Saving Hawaii’s History” by auctioning off a number of fun and unique items to bid on to raise money for our educational programs. 68 more words
Check out the interesting and educational posts by the Hawaiian Historical Society found here on Facebook, and go become members as well! They are the caretakers of a great number of the original historic Hawaiian-Language Newspapers, and… 23 more words
How Hawaiian Music is Being Misconstrued!
Perhaps the thoughts of the Kuokoa may not be the same as those of others about the way Hawaiian music is being sung these days, but because we hold dear listening to the beauty and the sweet sounds along with the joy of the voices, therefore the… 651 more words