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Native Hawaiian CultureBy Larry Kimura : 

Native Hawaiian CultureBy Larry Kimura ‘Olelo Hawaii “Hawaiian Language”

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Teacher and authority in Hawaiian Language and Culture Witnessed the fading of Hawaiian Language Taught Hawaiian Language at UH -William Wilson and Kauanoe Kamana Immersion Program .

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Language Identity and Uniqueness of the People Reinforce them with daily use Language .

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Hawaiian Culture Cultural Importance of Language .

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Human Activity and Identification Plains Native American Culture Classical European Culture .

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Hawaiian Activity and Identification Hula and Chants .

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Importance of Subtlety, Personality, & Detail in Expression Symbolisms and Implications in Speech Boasting, criticism, and questioning … na kïhene pua lehua, ...woven leaf bundles of lehua blossoms, na 'öowili lei hala o 'Üpëloa, coils of hala wreaths from 'Üpëloa, a me ka maile kupaoa o Pana'ewa. and the strongly fragrant maile of Pana'ewa .

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kilihune Light rain often with some sun näulu A shower, as often forms over the sea uakoko Rain with a low-lying rainbow in it uahekili Large dropped rainlilinoe Soft rain, almost mist like in density ualanipili Heavy rain that lasts for days lïhau Rain that causes dew-like droplets on plants kähiko o ke akua Poetic term for rain (lit. adornment of the deity) lelehuna Fine wind blown rain ua ÿawa Cold dripping rain as found in the high volcano areas koÿiawe Light moving rain ililani Unexpected rain from a clear sky in which it has been carried by breezes from the mountains Detail .

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POWER "I ka 'ölelo ke ola; i ka 'ölelo ka make” Ho'opäpä "language contains the power of life and death." .

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‘Ohana Hana .

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Place Names aloha 'äina .

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Origin S. Marquesas Tahiti .

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1778-First contact with the Western world .

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1820 – Missionaries .

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Rise of English Christianization of Hawaii declared successful Many Missionaries stay in Hawaii English speakers in government service DOE supported English schools more. .

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