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Hawaiian Fishing Traditions by Moke Manu
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Jul 12, 2010

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This book talks about famous fishers of ancient Hawai'i who were able to call the fish in and battle supernatural foes like the giant he'e or mano. More importantly, it highlights how Hawaiians caught the fish and valued conservation and a fair distribution of the catch in order to feed the community.

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