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He mau hale hina ma Honouliuli Ewa i ka makani

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Title: He mau hale hina ma Honouliuli Ewa i ka makani
Authors: Keolanui, J.W.P.
Keywords: Kamapuaa
Honouliuli
Storm
Fishponds
Issue Date: 17 Feb 1866
Related To: https://www.papakilodatabase.com/pdnupepa/?a=d&d=KNK18660217-01.2.21&srpos=153&e=-------en-20--141--txt-txIN%7ctxNU%7ctxTR-honouliuli------
Abstract: Letter from J.W.P. Keolanui of Apua, Honouliuli, stating that a strong storm blew through Honouliuli and knocked down the house of D.H. Kekukahiko. The storm also destroyed the fishponds, Pahau and Hapenui, of J.W. Kaikainahaole. The kamaaina are guessing it was a type of Kona wind (maybe the Kona Kalaeloa, Kona Kalaenihi, Kona Puukuua, Kona Anuhea, or Kona Kuo) that was spoken of by Kamapuaa.
URI/DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10790/4398
Rights: CC0 1.0 Universal
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