KE KEʻENA NOIʻI A UNUHI ʻŌLELO HAWAIʻI
Institute of Hawaiian Language Research and Translation
by James Brancho It was the late summer of 1871, and a strong hurricane had just rambled over the islands of Hawaiʻi and Maui. It scattered buildings, snapped old trees, and flooded the land. Many residents were getting to work ...
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