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More on the 11th of June in Kalaupapa, 1904.

11th of June

Sports at Kalaupapa

High holiday was kept by the inhabitants of the Leper Settlement throughout the 11th of June. As a matter of fact the jollification began on the eve of Kamehameha Day, with a concert by the “H. 812 more words

English Newspaper

Dogs and the Leprosy Colony, 1903.

DOGS TO BE TAKEN

The Board of Health released a new rule which was approved by Governor S. B. Dole, ordering each and every leprosy patient and kokua of the leprosy colony of Molokai, that they may not keep more than one dog. 25 more words

Leprosy

John K. Waiamau, the artist, 1904.

11th of June

Sports in Kalaupapa

KRG

The Butts

Bull’s Eye.

The Losers.

Scorer.

Bicycle Race.

Horse Race.

DRAWN BY JOHN K. WAIAMAU.

(Hawaiian Gazette, 6/17/1904, p. 7 more words

Illustration

Complaint against police officers in Kalaupapa, 1903.

RESPONSE TO THE POLICE OF KALAUPAPA.

Mr. Editor of Ke Aloha Aina,

Aloha oe:—

May it please your honorable to allow me the mouth of our cannon, and may you flash so that the honored members of the Legislature may see this: 183 more words

Government

A sweet mele for Home Lihau Pua, 1914.

HE WEHI KEIA NO LIHAU PUA.

1.—He pua nani oe i poniia,
I kila paaia me ka makua mana loa,
I lei i wehi no kuu kino, 261 more words

Mele

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

Pacific Island National Parks

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