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oai:scholarspace.manoa.hawaii.edu:10125/59167

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Title:LK1-HV24037
Bibliographic Citation:Kimura, Larry Lindsey Kauanoe, Kimura, Larry Lindsey Kauanoe, Kimura, Larry Lindsey Kauanoe, Edith Kekipi DeMatta, Ida Kapuʻihilani Feary-Milton Nāone, Kamokila Campbell, Keoni Dupont, Joseph Iokepa Puʻipuʻi Wenuke/Wainuke Makaʻai, Loke Kaʻilihiwa Poʻahā, Charles Kale Pāwai Kawewehi, Kuʻulei Ching, Haunani Theresa Bernardino, Kuʻuleimomi Bernardino; 1973-09-23; LK opens the show. ED introduces herself. She talks about her parents, her birthplace, her youth. ED talks about Paoakalani, Liliʻuokalani's home at Waikīkī. ED talks about Liliʻuokalani and Waikīkī in her youth - rice and taro. The Ala Wai channeled the water which was previously in taro and rice. Changes in Waikīkī. ED talks about perpetuating the Hawaiian language. ED talks about the changes in food since her youth. ED talks about the young, and urges them to learn the works of old so that they will not die. LK and ED talk about finding knowledge through books, also through people (kupuna). ED talks about how sometimes the kūpuna do not reveal their knowledge. ED talks about Salt Lake being filled in for a golf course. ED talks about the absence of Pele on Oʻahu. Pele on Hawaiʻi. LK and ED talk about different types of fish and limu. Student portion - announcing news by KD2 LK congratulates the people of Maui for “Nā Mele o Maui,” and plays a song for them (a song festival in Lāhaina). LK brings up the subject of ʻaloe, a medicine. LK and ED talk about other medicines and restrictions concerning them. LK and ED talk about different types of kahuna (specialists). Kahuna lāʻau lapaʻau (medical specialist). Pōpolo, a medicine., Interactive audio for this transcript can be found at http://ulukau.org/kaniaina.; ELAN (.eaf) file, Text (txt) file; Kaipuleohone University of Hawai'i Digital Language Archive;http://hdl.handle.net/10125/59167.
Contributor (depositor):Kimura, Larry Lindsey Kauanoe
Contributor (interviewer):Kimura, Larry Lindsey Kauanoe
Contributor (recorder):Kimura, Larry Lindsey Kauanoe
Contributor (speaker):Edith Kekipi DeMatta
Ida Kapuʻihilani Feary-Milton Nāone
Kamokila Campbell
Keoni Dupont
Joseph Iokepa Puʻipuʻi Wenuke/Wainuke Makaʻai
Loke Kaʻilihiwa Poʻahā
Charles Kale Pāwai Kawewehi
Kuʻulei Ching
Haunani Theresa Bernardino
Kuʻuleimomi Bernardino
Coverage (ISO3166):US
Date (W3CDTF):1973-09-23
Description:LK opens the show. ED introduces herself. She talks about her parents, her birthplace, her youth. ED talks about Paoakalani, Liliʻuokalani's home at Waikīkī. ED talks about Liliʻuokalani and Waikīkī in her youth - rice and taro. The Ala Wai channeled the water which was previously in taro and rice. Changes in Waikīkī. ED talks about perpetuating the Hawaiian language. ED talks about the changes in food since her youth. ED talks about the young, and urges them to learn the works of old so that they will not die. LK and ED talk about finding knowledge through books, also through people (kupuna). ED talks about how sometimes the kūpuna do not reveal their knowledge. ED talks about Salt Lake being filled in for a golf course. ED talks about the absence of Pele on Oʻahu. Pele on Hawaiʻi. LK and ED talk about different types of fish and limu. Student portion - announcing news by KD2 LK congratulates the people of Maui for “Nā Mele o Maui,” and plays a song for them (a song festival in Lāhaina). LK brings up the subject of ʻaloe, a medicine. LK and ED talk about other medicines and restrictions concerning them. LK and ED talk about different types of kahuna (specialists). Kahuna lāʻau lapaʻau (medical specialist). Pōpolo, a medicine.
Interactive audio for this transcript can be found at http://ulukau.org/kaniaina.
Region: Honolulu, Hawaiʻi
Format:ELAN (.eaf) file
Text (txt) file
Identifier:LK1-HV24037
Kimura, Larry Lindsey Kauanoe (producer). Kaniʻāina, ulukau.org Digital Repository of Ka Haka ʻUla O Keʻelikōlani College of Hawaiian Language, University of Hawaiʻi at Hilo, Ka Leo Hawaiʻi, 1973-09-23, HV24.037, Larry Lindsey Kauanoe Kimura (presenter); Edith Kekipi DeMatta (guest); Ida Kapuʻihilani Feary-Milton Nāone (guest); Kamokila Campbell (guest); Keoni Dupont (guest); Joseph Iokepa Puʻipuʻi Wenuke/Wainuke Makaʻai (telephone guest); Loke Kaʻilihiwa Poʻahā (telephone guest); Charles Kale Pāwai Kawewehi (telephone guest); Kuʻulei Ching (telephone guest); Haunani Theresa Bernardino (telephone guest); Kuʻuleimomi Bernardino (telephone guest), Retrieved from: ulukau.org/kaniaina on date YYYY-MM-DD.
Identifier (URI):http://hdl.handle.net/10125/59167
Table Of Contents:LK1-HV24037.eaf
LK1-HV24037.txt
Type (DCMI):Text
Type (OLAC):primary_text

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Citation: Kimura, Larry Lindsey Kauanoe (depositor); Kimura, Larry Lindsey Kauanoe (interviewer); Kimura, Larry Lindsey Kauanoe (recorder); Edith Kekipi DeMatta (speaker); Ida Kapuʻihilani Feary-Milton Nāone (speaker); Kamokila Campbell (speaker); Keoni Dupont (speaker); Joseph Iokepa Puʻipuʻi Wenuke/Wainuke Makaʻai (speaker); Loke Kaʻilihiwa Poʻahā (speaker); Charles Kale Pāwai Kawewehi (speaker); Kuʻulei Ching (speaker); Haunani Theresa Bernardino (speaker); Kuʻuleimomi Bernardino (speaker). 1973. Kaipuleohone.
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