Waik_k_, 100 B.C. to 1900 A.D.: An Untold Story (Google eBook)
Waikiki has always been a special place to the people of Hawai'i, but in recent years its mana, or spirit, has been lost - or more correctly - forgotten. The restoration of mana requires looking back to the history of the community. To this end, George Kanahele, one of Hawai'i's most distinguished historians, has written the first comprehensive history of Waikiki.
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Two The Arrival
Three EXPLORING THE VALLEYS
Four Building a Selfsustaining Community
Five AQUACULTURAL INNOVATIONS
Six From Patriarchs to Chiefs
Seven The Reign of Mailikukahi
Eight The Sands of Kakuhihewa
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