Nā wahi pana ʻo Koʻolau Poko

Author Anne Kapulani Landgraf American

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"Photographic essay of over eighty black and white photographs accompanied by descriptions of the Hawaiian meaning of the sites, including their mythological, historical, and archaeological significance. For the first time, a native Hawaiian photographer has combined her photographs with traditional Hawaiian references taken from native historians, lending the volume a cultural context drawn from a period before the arrival of foreigners in Hawaii." --Book jacket.

Nā wahi pana ʻo Koʻolau Poko, Anne Kapulani Landgraf (American, born 1966)

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