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History
Author: Carlos Andrade
ISBN: 0824831195
Subcategory: Americas
Pages 158 pages
Publisher Univ of Hawaii Pr; First Printing edition (July 1, 2008)
Language English
Category: History
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 118
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eBook Haena: Through the Eyes of the Ancestors (Latitude 20 Book) download

by Carlos Andrade


Haena: Through the Eyes . .has been added to your Cart. This work is part of the emerging trend in native scholarship to shift the center of scholarship to work produced BY natives rather than about natives

Haena: Through the Eyes . This work is part of the emerging trend in native scholarship to shift the center of scholarship to work produced BY natives rather than about natives. In addition, Andrade is an accomplished musician and lyricist and the eloquent prose in this book reflects those talents. This book should serve as the model for truly native-centered scholarship in Hawaiian studies, geography, anthropology, and history.

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Ha'ena is a land steeped in antiquity yet vibrantly beautiful today as any Hollywood fantasy of a tropical paradise.

Haena: Through the Eyes of the Ancestors (Latitude 20 Book). It's great to hear the stories of the kupuna of Haʻena. Andrade's treatment of the history of land and Hawaiians' relationship to land is reader-friendly and comprehensive. The pictures are a great touch too. 0824834100 (ISBN13: 9780824834104).

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This book recounts the history of Ha'ena, outlining the relationships developed by Hawaiians with the environment as well as the impact of immigrants. Recently added by. AeshaMali, M. urick, Puamei, kewiser, kapccbooks, coconut 224.

Suitable for historians, ethnologists and students of Hawaiian literature and culture, this work examines the stories that identify the origins and places of the earliest inhabitants of Ha'ena. It outlines the unique relationships developed by Hawaiians with the environment and describes the system used to look after the land and the se. 2 people like this topic.

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Leceri
I read this book while staying in my husbands grandparents house in Wainiha, on Kauai. This book was on the bookshelf in the livingroom. I had to buy one for myself once I left Kauai and returned to the mainland. This book reveals true stories,legends mostly forgotten by the few remaining true Hawaiians. This book, and its wisdom, are priceless.
Buge
While on the North Coast, I picked this book up and couldn't put it down. It's well written and researched. I highly recommend it!
Velan
I am a frequent visitor to Ha'ena and this book has added understanding and richness to my experience of this special place.
Laizel
Since I will be traveling there, I purchased the book. It is well written and very informative. The photo's are priceless.
Dianalmeena
A detailed and easy to read book for people interested in social structures and the impact of colonisation on indigenous people. Thoroughly enjoyed this.
Dellevar
Hawaiian history
Itiannta
This is the first of what I hope will be many books of Native Hawaiian geography. I mean that this geography springs from Native Hawaiians concerns, sensibilities, language, and practices. It includes mo'olelo (traditions, tales), wind and rain names, surfing and fishing site names, and the stories of the people of Haena. This work is part of the emerging trend in native scholarship to shift the center of scholarship to work produced BY natives rather than about natives. In addition, Andrade is an accomplished musician and lyricist and the eloquent prose in this book reflects those talents. This book should serve as the model for truly native-centered scholarship in Hawaiian studies, geography, anthropology, and history.
GOOD BOOK. LOVE IT.