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He Moolelo Aina No Kaeo Me Kahi Aina E Ae Ma Honuaula O Maui : A Cultural-Historical Study of Kaeo and Other Lands in Honuaula, Island of Maui, Appendix a : He Moolelo Aina No Kaeo…, Oral History Interviews with Kamaaina of the Honuaula Region

By Kepa Maly

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Title: He Moolelo Aina No Kaeo Me Kahi Aina E Ae Ma Honuaula O Maui : A Cultural-Historical Study of Kaeo and Other Lands in Honuaula, Island of Maui, Appendix a : He Moolelo Aina No Kaeo…, Oral History Interviews with Kamaaina of the Honuaula Region  
Author: Kepa Maly
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Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, History of the Americas (Canada, Mexico, Central and South America, etc.), Hawaiian History
Collections: Education, Authors Community, Social Sciences, Finance, History, Sociology, Literature, Law
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Publisher: Kumu Pono Associates Llc
Member Page: Hale Kuamoʻo Hawaiian Language Center

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Maly, K. (n.d.). He Moolelo Aina No Kaeo Me Kahi Aina E Ae Ma Honuaula O Maui : A Cultural-Historical Study of Kaeo and Other Lands in Honuaula, Island of Maui, Appendix a : He Moolelo Aina No Kaeo…, Oral History Interviews with Kamaaina of the Honuaula Region. Retrieved from http://www.gutenberg.us/


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This collection of oral history interviews was compiled by Kumu Pono Associates LLC, at the request of Sam Garcia, Jr., and Jon Garcia, and accompanies a collection of historical accounts dating from the 1790s to the 1950s. The larger study was undertaken as a part of a planning and land use program for a small parcel of land which the Garcia brothers inherited from their mother, Marjorie Kalehua Cockett-Garcia. The 5.497 acre parcel of land (TMK 2-1-007:067), is situated in the ahupuaa of Kaeo, in the Honuaula District on the island of Maui, and has been held by the family since 1956. Of particular importance to the present study, is the presence of a traditional Hawaiian site identified as “Kalani Heiau” (Site No. 196). In an effort to learn more about the heiau and other sites on the property, and to elicit recommendations for site preservation, the oral history interviews were conducted with kupuna and kamaaina of Makena-Kaeo vicinity—particularly with native members of the community, with ties to lands in the immediate vicinity of the Kaeo parcel. The resulting interviews provide readers with personal recollections and thoughts of families of the land, and include descriptions of—the natural and cultural resources of the land; traditional knowledge handed down over the generations; recollections of sites, including the “Kalani Heiau;” descriptions of land use and fisheries; and recollections of historic residency in the Kaeo-Makena region.

 

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