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Fun work

Occasionally when an NPS scientist pokes around with a camera, they come across a gem of a photo.

Here, an NPS diver prepares for the fun part of work at  65 more words

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96: August Book Club ― Moloka’i

August has been dedicated to navigating through Alan Brennert’s novel, Moloka’i.  I feel personally responsible for Rachel Kalama’s life, now that I know so much about her inner thoughts as well as her outer pursuit to rise above the limitations of… 485 more words

He'e there

Occasionally when an NPS scientist pokes around with a camera, they come across a gem of a photo.

Here, an octopus (he’e in Hawaiian) is attempting to blend in to the reef at… 58 more words

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Spotted eagle rays spotted

Occasionally when an NPS scientist pokes around with a camera, they come across a gem of a photo.

Here, a group of spotted eagle rays… 73 more words

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One more story from Kalaupapa, 1906.

QUARTERLY HOIKE OF THE SUNDAY SCHOOL OF “KANAANA HOU.”

Mr. Editor of the Kuokoa Newspaper, Honolulu, T. H.

Please insert the activities of the Hoike of the Sunday School of Kanaana Hou, at 9:30 a. 289 more words

Leprosy

Kokua being sent out of Kalaupapa, 1903.

Desire to Live in Kalaupapa

According to reports, most of the assistants and the people who have been diagnosed not to have leprosy have requested of the Board of Health to remain in Kalaupapa. 432 more words

Leprosy

A father at Kalaupapa loses a son far away, 1903.

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

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