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Hale O Keawe – May 22, 2013 Pacific Island Heritage Word of the Day

May 22, 2013
Hale o Keawe at Honaunau

Hale o Keawe at Honaunau

Listen to the late Ranger Tom as he talks about one of the most iconic places on the Island of Hawai’i- the Hale o Keawe and its surrounding ki`i (carved images of gods). It  is featured in man photographs and drawings. Keawe was ruling chief of Hawai’i and unified the island before Kamehameha. The Island of Hawai’i is also known as Moku o Keawe -The Island of Keawe.

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