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Dr. William J. Goodhue, 1902.

DR. GOODHUE’S HOME AT THE LEPER SETTLEMENT.

(Pacific Commercial Advertiser, 4/7/1907, p. 2) 9 more words

Illustration

Dale Zarrella Completes Another Statue

Dale Zarrella’s sculpture of Saint Marianne Cope received a traditional Hawaiian blessing and a blessing by the priest from the local Catholic Church on June 14, 2015. 176 more words

Charley Young Beach

The other "normal" flow conditions

Headlines often mention climate change causing coral bleaching  and sea level rise, but what happens to Hawaii streamlife?

Changes in weather patterns affect the quantity and quality of the water, which has profound effects on our native stream animals. 469 more words

Hawaii

Public feedback wanted on Kalaupapa park management plan

Long-term plans are in the works to manage Kalaupapa National Historic Park over the next 15 to 20 years, and officials want to hear from you. 197 more words

News

The 1874 speech of Leleiohoku at Kalaupapa, 1891.

THE SPEECH OF THE REGENT, PRINCE LELEIOHOKU, AT THE COLONY OF KALAUPAPA, MOLOKAI.

November 28, 1874.

O Citizens of the Alii, King Kalakaua I., a fraction of his people, aloha to you. 328 more words

Alii

New Year's at Kalaupapa

Had history been kinder to the Hawaiian people, Kalaupapa likely would have far more positive associations than it does today. An isolated peninsula on the windward side of Molokai, it is as strikingly beautiful as any place on the Hawaiian islands. 625 more words

Writing

More on the pidgin in Kalaupapa article, 1882 / 2015.

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. 451 more words

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