Fragments of Hawaiian History
Bishop Museum Press, 1983 - 202 Seiten
Account of childhood and youth during the last days of the ancient regime, by a man trained for a life of service in the courts of the high chiefs. This work, taken with the writings of Malo and Kamakau, provides a sound reconstruction of Old Hawaii.
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The Luluka family
Kapu loulu rites and medical practices
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