In this Issue
- Puke (Volume) 2, 2003
Founded by Alu Like's Native Hawaiian Library and published by Kamehameha Schools Press in association with the University of Hawai'i Press, this unique new resource aims to enhance the use and understanding of the Hawaiian language by publishing archival Hawaiian language materials. These include the Hawaiian Ethnological Notes from Bishop Museum compiled by Mary Puku'i; government documents; Hawaiian-language newspapers; and cultural materials such as selected mele (songs and chants).
published byUniversity of Hawai'i Press
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Table of Contents
- He Moena Pawehe Kuikawa = A Specially-Designed Mat
- pp. 150-173
- DOI: 10.1353/kah.2004.0003
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