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Story of Kamehameha by Walter Murray Gibson, 1880.

The Story of Kamehameha.

O Hawaii’s own! we are putting forth the beginning of the story of your famous Alii, the fearless conqueror of the Kingdom, the one whose name is spread and is famous all around the world. 224 more words

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Keoua trembled - May 7

5.7.2015    

Keoua trembled when

the earth exploded

knowing in his soul

that Pele had

rejected him.

the road to his sacrifice

was only a foregone, 71 more words

Poetry

The Woman Has Lighted Her Fires

It is not always paradise here. Sometimes the air is so filled with sulfur dioxide and other gases from the Kilauea volcano in the Puna district of southeast Hawaiʻi, that it is difficult to breathe. 1,162 more words

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TED-Ed @ Kamehameha

The KS TED-Ed Club held its 2nd annual TED Talks event today.

This was also my 2nd year as club advisor.

This year, it was an in-house event featuring speakers from KES, KMS, KHS, alumni, and faculty. 45 more words

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The Passion of Men, Women and Children

There is an assumption among collectors of Hawaiian antiques and artifacts, that koa was the wood favored by the ali’i (chiefs and chiefesses) of Hawai’i to make surfboards, paddles, house posts, utensils, bowls, and furniture, but it is not true. 1,669 more words

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Lent Madness: Bernard Mizeki vs. Molly Brant

Brigid of Kildare prevailed against Kamehameha IV, 55% to 45%  Lent Madness site. On the St. Luke’s site, not surprisingly Brigid also rocked the house with 78% of the vote. 238 more words

Lenten Madness

Lent Madness: Brigid of Kildare vs. Kamehameha

Francis of Assisi is the first to make the Faithful Four, trouncing Thecla 71% to 29%  Lent Madness site. On the St. Luke’s site, we sent Thecla home too with only 33% of the vote. 289 more words

Lenten Madness