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Ke Kuanaʻike ʻŌiwi

In Hawaiian

photo Reuters / Hugh GentryMa kēia holo ʻana, hāpai mau mākou i ke ola o ka honua, a keu aku no nā kai o ka honua ʻoiai mai laila mai ka hapanui o ke ʻea hanu o kākou, he kanahiku pākēneka a ʻoi ke awelike. Mai Kauaʻi hemolele i ka mālie a i Hawaiʻi nui kuauli, Mai ka piko o Mauna a Wākea a i ka papakū o ka moana nui ākea,…
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by: Kaimana Barcarse – Autumn 2015

A Native View

On the Indigenous Perspective

photo Reuters / Hugh GentryThe mother canoe sailed across the Pacific in the Old Way – no compass, sextant, watch or GPS device. We used only the moon and the sun and the swells and the stars as our map. Mai Kauaʻi hemolele i ka mālie a i Hawaiʻi nui kuauli, Mai ka piko o Mauna a Wākea a i ka papakū o ka moana nui ākea, Mai ka lani kua kaʻa…
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by: Kaimana Barcarse – Autumn 2015

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