Hawaiians of Old

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Hawaiians of Old

100.00

25% off educator's price now $75.00

originally by Betty Dunford
revised by Dr. Ann Rayson
and Dr. Keao NeSmith

2013, hard cover, color
(increased size, reinforced binding)

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ABOUT THIS TITLE

Hawaiians of Old—Nâ Kânaka Maoli o ka Wâ Kahiko is the 4th edition of this history book. This textbook details the migrations, practices, lives, and societies of Hawaiian people before Western explorers arrived in the islands. The text incorporates many different perspectives about the history of Hawai‘i during that time. This new edition uses Hawaiian language throughout.

Content revisions include:

  • Pre-Contact history including: origins, migrations, people, culture, legends, economies and societal changes
  • Sociological, political, and geographic influences on life in Polynesia and Hawai‘i
  • Interclass relationships and economic roles within early Hawaiian society
  • Economic, government, and cultural traditions and practices still in existence today
  • Hawaiian language, definitions and glossary

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