Ka 'Oihana Lawai'a =: Hawaiian Fishing Traditions
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Ka 'Oihana Lawai'a =: Hawaiian Fishing Traditions

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Ka 'Oihana Lawai'a is perhaps the most detailed narrative pertaining to fishing customs, sources of fish, and methods of procurement. Written by Daniel Kaha'ulelio, a native fisherman of the Lahaina region, this narrative originally appeared in 1902 as a series of articles in the Hawaiian language newspaper Ka Nupepa Kuokoa. Kaha'ulelio provides readers with a vast knowled...more
Hardcover, 330 pages
Published October 30th 2005 by Bishop Museum Press
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