Hawaiians and Maori Talk to Each Other.
In a letter sent by Ernest Kaai from New Zealand to H. P. Wood of the Hawaiian Promotion Committee , he shows the progress of their musical touring of Australia and New Zealand. 220 more words
Language Matters asks what we lose when languages die and how we can save them. It was filmed around the world: on a remote island off the coast of Australia, where 400 Aboriginal people speak 10 different languages, all at risk; in Wales, where Welsh, once in danger, is today making a comeback; and in Hawaii, where a group of Hawaiian activists is fighting to save the native tongue. 77 more words
One must be very careful when crossing from one side of the street to the other, because the automobiles speed by without paying attention to the people on the street. 31 more words
VICTIMS OF THE ALABAMA.
Here below are the Hawaiian sailors who have rights to the claims from the money plundered by the ship Alabama from ships in the Arctic Ocean . 388 more words
Before getting to the pidgin phrase in question, I had a question in the last paragraph which in the original read: “ke hele la a mauakea i ka la.” And thankfully there was a response. 450 more words
I thought I would ask once again for people to maybe take some time to add corrections to misinterpretations that I make in these posts. I know for a fact that there are a lot of times that I may think that something is being said, but it actually is not. 37 more words