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Vol 19, no. 6
December 2016/ January 2017

 


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Hana Hou!
Vol 19, no. 6
December 2016/ January 2017

Native Intelligence

Features

For twenty-five years, the Ka Hula Piko festival has brought Hawai‘i’s indigenous dance back to its source

King Sugar shaped Hawai‘i as we know it, but with the closing of the Islands’ last mill, a long reign finally comes to an end

Departments

Iolani Palace’s Ali‘i Gown Reproduction Project seeks to re-create the splendor of nineteenth- century Hawai‘i’s royal finery
Modern farmers are turning centuries-old Hawaiian agricultural field systems green again
From Beetles to microbuses, Hawai‘i’s Volkswagen enthusiasts have caught the bug
Fourth-generation paniolo Allen Wall tells the stories of Hawai‘i Island’s ranching culture
In the “venom lab” at the University of Hawai‘i, Angel Yanagihara searches for antidotes to the sting of the box jellyfish
National Public Radio veteran Neal Conan settles into a life (mostly) off the air
To help lift the Islands out of the Great Depression, Hawai‘i’s Civilian Conservation Corps built roads, trails and cabins still in use today
The many lives of Maui’s Hale Ho‘ike‘ike

Pau Hana

 

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