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Molokai: a site survey (Pacific anthropological records) Unknown Binding – January 1, by Catherine C Summers (Author)5/5(1). out of 5 stars A Site Survey. Reviewed in the United States on Decem Verified Purchase.
A very helpful book for those who want to get to know Molokai. Worth the price, lots of obscure information about sacred sites and history. Read more. Helpful.
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Shop now. However, by Molokai’s population had dropped to an alarming 3, and by was recorded at 2, (Schmitt ). It was during this period that Rudolph Wilhelm Meyer arrived In Hawai`i in He soon came to Moloka`i as a surveyor of native claims resulting from the Great Mahele.
The following books are about Molokai's history or can assist you in researching the history and stories of Molokai. Molokai in History: A Guide to the Resources; ʻUalapuʻe, Molokaʻi: oral histories from the East End; Molokai: A Site Survey (located in LRC Hawaiian Collection, Call Number: GN4.P32).
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Communications availability g: Molokai. Diary of a Visit to Molokai in with a Letter from Father Damien to His Brother in San Francisco: The Book Club of California, Summers, Catherine C. Molokai: A Site Survey. Pacific Anthropological Records, Number14, Department of Anthropology, Bernice P.
Bishop Museum, Honolulu, Hawaii, Tayman, John. From: Molokai: A Site Survey. Summers. (Click on image to enlarge) HEIAU. Remains consisted of a series of stone terraces facing the north; said to have been used for human sacrifice. HEIAU. Foundation consisted of stone terraces on the north and earth floors on the south; terraces made of angular, flat stones rather than the rounded.
Molokai II [microform]: addendum to the recovery plan for the Molokai plant cluster Molokai: a site survey / [by] Catherine C. Summers Hawaii: Kauai, Oahu, Maui, Molokai, Hawaii, Lanai.
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Product of interest* Preferred video chat app* More Information Missing: Molokai. Looking him up in Catherine Summer’s book, “Molokai: A Site Survey” there was one page condensing his story from six sources and an “x” on a map where his house still is.
Not knowing where “x” was located within the landscape and lacking the motivation to look, the episode faded into the background of raising kids.
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Summers states; KAULEONANAHOA, PALA’AU Kauleonanahoa, “The penis of Nanahoa,” is a phallic stone which is situated slightly to the E of the southern brow of Nanahoa hill. Before the reforestation program was begun in this area in the ’s, it could be seen standing.