Waikiki 100 B.C. to 1900 A.D.: An Untold Story
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320pp. May 1996
Waikiki 100 B.C. to 1900 A.D.: An Untold Story
Author: Kanahele, George H.S.;
Waikiki has always been a special place to the people of Hawai'i, but in recent years its mana, or spirit, has been lost--or more correctly--forgotten. The restoration of mana, requires looking back to the history of the community. To this end, George Kan
Leaves readers "with a deep appreciation for a place beloved of commoners and chiefs ... succeeds so well in establishing Waikiki's significance in the long history of Hawai'i." --Hawaiian Journal of History
Author: Kanahele, George H.S.;
George H.S. Kanahele, 1930-2000, received the Hawaii Book Publishers Association John Dominis Holt Award in 2000 for his significant contribution to Hawaii publishing. He also authored Ku Kanaka--Stand Tall (UH Press, 1986) and Emma: Hawa



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