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Nā Mea Makamae: Hawaiian Treasures

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Nā Mea Makamae: Hawaiian Treasures offers an introduction to the treasured objects of ka poʻe kahiko, the people of Hawaiʻi. Early Hawaiian life is presented in the words of explorer Captain James Cook, naturalist Andrew Bloxam, missionary William Ellis, and Hawaiian scholars David Malo and Samuel Kamakau. In addition, contemporary Hawaiians living on the Kona Coast early in the twentieth century share their manaʻo, or thoughts, on traditional life. Hawaiian culture is rich in some of the most artistic, functional, and abstract objects found anywhere in the Pacific.
  • Softcover: 120 pages
  • Publisher: Palapala Press
  • Language: English
Sku: 1003730
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