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Nā Puke - The Books
Hāʻena: through the eyes of the ancestors by
Call Number: H 996.941 An1h
Publication Date: 2008
Examines the origins of the early inhabitants of Ha'ena from a Native Hawaiian perspective
Tales of the Menehune by
Call Number: EBK OVERDRIVE
Publication Date: 1994-09-01
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The Menehune and the Birds
ʻŌiwi TVʻs animated wikiō about Kēhau, a young Menehune boy, and his best friend, a little elepaio bird.
Interview with Margaret Aipoalani
Tuti Kanahele visits with musician and Kaua’i resident Margaret Aipoalani who demonstrates Hawaiian quilting, tells stories, and entertains with song and ‘ukulele.
He Huakaʻi Mākaʻikaʻi
Rachel Nahaleʻelua Mahuiki, Hanaleiʻs beloved kupuna, leads Larry Kimura and a group of Hawaiian language teachers on a tour of Haʻena, Kauaʻi.
Tuti Kanahele visits with her father, Leimana Kanahele, born and raised on the island of Niʻihau, now making his home on Kauaʻi.
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