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Kalaupapa - A Collective Memory

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Winner of the 2013 Samuel M. Kamakau Award for Hawai‘i Book of the Year and the Ka Palapala Po‘okela Award of Excellence in Hawaiian Language, Culture, and History 

Between 1866 and 1969, an estimated 8,000 individuals—at least 90 percent of whom were Native Hawaiians—were sent to Molokai’s remote Kalaupapa peninsula because they were believed to have leprosy. Unwilling to accept the loss of their families, homes, and citizenship, these individuals ensured they would be accorded their rightful place in history. They left a powerful testimony of their lives in the form of letters, petitions, music, memoirs, and oral history interviews. Kalaupapa combines more than 200 hours of interviews with archival documents, including over 300 letters and petitions written by the earliest residents translated from Hawaiian.

This book presents, at long last, the story of Kalaupapa as told by its people.

295 illust.
A Latitude 20 Book

Sku: 1001409
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