Everybody thought of leaving and abandoning the land. Na mo olelo o hina laua o wakea na makua o ka mokupuni o molokai. Davianna pomaikai mcgregor grew up hearing it as a reference to an awkward or unsophisticated person from the country. See all formats and editions hide other formats and editions. Na moolelo stories of hawaii, essays amidst several years of controversy and contention, the summit of mauna kea has indeed stood alone in the calm. This book began as a compilation of stories and remembrances for the children of the paia. O ka wehewehe ana o ka mo olelo o pelekeahialoa a me wakakeakaikawai a story from the ancestors. He mo olelo kaao o kamapuaa legendary tradition of kamapuaa 1891 25. He wahi moolelo no kaluanui ma koolauloa kumu pono associates. Help students look at their graphs to think about ways they can capitalize on their strengths and work on areas they do not excel in. Now as a community we must stand together and begin the difficult task of developing a harmonious and balanced stewardship of. But, two old men of the old priestly class stayed to prepare a special place to pray.
Na moolelo hawaii native traditions and historical accounts. Her parents became concerned, and sought the advice of a kahuna. Molokai, hawaii annual ka hula piko celebration of the. This native hawaiian endemic tree is found on hawai.
Reliable information about the coronavirus covid19 is available from the world health organization current situation, international travel. An oral history as told by kailiohe kameekua of kamalo, molokai, 18161931. Pekekua part i the story of kahinu and the octopus of kupeke fishpond. The word kuaaina translates literally as back land or back country. Tales from the night rainbow, mo olelo o na po makole. Kii o na alanui o kona akau diagram of the roads of.
Ua hanau keia aina me ka inoa o molokai nui a hina. Kaluanui in the mahele book of 1848, and disposition of the land 43. No single hawaiianlanguage work has been more influential than david. Historically informed, thoroughly modern in style and literary.
Mo olelo o kawaihapai 35 here again is the legend of this water that is well known. However, in the context of the native hawaiian cultural renaissance of the late twentieth century, kuaaina came to refer to those who actively lived hawaiian culture and kept the spirit of the land alive. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. Set in kalaupapa, molokai the reader is taken on a lifelong journey filled with characters as familiar as any you could ever meet. Librarything is a cataloging and social networking site for booklovers all about moolelo o molikai, a ranch story of molokai by george paul cooke. A inable molokai truth 2 youth uh marianas club waikikena foundation. Hina conceived molokai, an island hinas molokai is an island child that plover laukaula told the tale that wakea had slept with a woman.
In the genealogy of wakea, it is said that his wife papa gave birth to the islands and so. The festivities begin with the molokai metric 100k bike ride on january 18, followed by mo olelo o molokai, stories of molokai with kumu paa lawrence aki on january 19. Librarything is a cataloging and social networking site for booklovers. Emory collection, book 36, bernice pauahi bishop museum archives. A young woman, living in kalae many, many years ago, fell in love with a mysterious young man. In prewestern molokai mo olelo history, oral traditions mention the district of kaana as the site where the hula began. Mary kawena ula o kalani a hiiaka i ka poli o pele ka wahine ai honua pukui. No moolelo or olelo noeau could be found for this small ahupuaa. Molokai history hawaii state foundation on culture and the arts. In the days of old molokai, before the car, wagon, or horse, the alanui roads were wide trails lined by stone walls. In 2005, pasifika foundation hawaii provided the funding for the publication of tales from the night rainbow. Theresa may with suzanne burcell, kathleen mccovey, and jean ohara. Keonekuino ahupuaa, kona district, island of molokai prepared for.
Sharing hula hawaiian dance, mo olelo hawaiian stories and oli. Oclcs webjunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus. Honolulu printed by honolulu starbulletin, 1949 ocolc595874166. Distribute whats important to me reflection sheet and help students complete this.
If someone loves the hawaiian islands, its culture and the people, then i. Hence the name, molokai, gathering of the ocean waters. Ohana o honaunau lambda law students association laa kea foundation maui huliau foundation maui peace action maui tomorrow foundation mauna kea. Moolelo hawaii has its own genealogy, a moo moolelo that connects to the sto ries and traditions. This extraordinary collection of hawaiian sayingscollected, translated, and annotated by mary. Molokai also known as molokai or the name of the alii kupulanakehau. E nihi ka helena i ka uka o puna the office of hawaiian affairs. A ranch story of molokai by cooke, george paul isbn. Mo olelo molokai ka hula piko the story of piko by john kaimikaua. Ainable molokai truth 2 youth uh marianas club waikikena foundation. Sharing hula hawaiian dance, mo olelo hawaiian stories and oli hawaiian chants online and inperson workshops and classes about aloha unconditional love, pono righteousness and being paa. Kamakau, tales and traditions of the people old, na mo olelo a ka poe kahiko 1991.
Tropical recipes, tropical cookbook book 1 na mo olelo lomilomi. Kaana is located on the heights of mount maunaloa, west molokai. We have new and used copies available, in 0 edition starting at. An interpretive analysis of the peleoftheeternalfires and wakaoftheshadowywaters myth. Na hunahuna no ka moolelo hawaii fragments of hawaiian history. Mo olelo o na po makole, the story of a woman, a people, and an island. Dont miss these 2015 events, all happening on molokai.
Click to read more about moolelo o molikai, a ranch story of molokai by george paul cooke. Molokai ka hula piko began in 1991, and was founded by kumu hula john kaimikaua, halau hula o kukunaokala and the molokai community. This small but important book recounts the oral history of the kaiakea family of the mo o clan of molokai, which traces its roots back to an estimated 800 b. For an example, see kanepuus kaahele ma molokai, ke au okoa, october 17. This book honors the moolelo of the ancestral places of kanaka and the. In the old days, life on that land was rich until trouble came and the plants died because there was no water. All of the guides are now in pdf format and available for downloading from our website at. Kamakau, he laeula i na mo olelo hawaii, i kakau, a he mahele ia mo olelo o ka pukaina mo olelo no kamehameha i ma ka nupepa kuokoa. The makahiki also occurs this month with lectures, events and a hoolaulea, january 29 through 31. Moolelo o molikai, a ranch story of molokai by george paul. Kumu paa lawrence aki, 50th generation of traditional hawaiian teachings from the island of molokai, hawaii. Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone. Mana o molokai spirit power of molokai traditional hawaiian teachings from molokai.
Future of a hawaiian island molokai s vision of the future is based on a sustainable, green economy that protects the islands natural resources and its cultural heritage for generations to come. Hapai hina ia molokai, he moku o molokai a hina he keiki moku haina e ke kolea o laukaula ua moe o wakea i ka wahine. Ka mo olelo o kahahana, ka hopena the story of kahahana, conclusion. Weve all got themthe books we pull off the shelf and hand to a curious child. Her brothers struggle to find their own identity on an island that is no longer theirs. The chapters were divided by islands with the name of.
Ka mo olelo o kahahana, ka hopena the story of kahahana, conclusion samuel. This repository is a database with a set of services to capture, store, index, preserve and redistribute the uhms scholarly research in digital format. Kakaolu heneli peelua, who was born on august 25, 1820, and will be a century old in august. Numerous and frequentlyupdated resource results are available from this search.
Ka moolelo kahiko ao molokai pule oo the molokai dispatch. April 5, 1920 when the centennial of the landing of the first missionaries is celebrated in honolulu next week, one of the most conspicuous and interesting figures among the thousands taking part in the program will be mrs. Tales from the night rainbow thesacred hawaiian way. The hawaiian language did not use the okina and the kahakou. Ka moolelo pokole o hawelu the short story of hawelu. Tales of a night rainbow, kupuna of molokai thesacred. In the oral traditions of molokai, a woman named lailai, settled and made her home at kaana on the hill puu nana. Moolelo hawaii has its own genealogy, a moo moolelo that connects to the sto ries and. Lomi lomika huna massage, hooponopono and yoga teaching. She fell sick over her love, never eating, never sleeping. Ka moolelo o kahahana, ka hopena the story of kahahana. An evening of mo olelo and hula with kumu hula from across of hawaii sharing a little about their hula origins and traditions.1611 1587 1595 126 546 913 717 509 354 1077 564 1530 356 668 1238 135 1621 1186 1275 1536 1410 849 347 810 286 960 122 255 49