Made in Hawai'i
University of Hawaii Press, 1983 - Crafts & Hobbies - 129 pages
Instructions for craft projects and activities which are traditionally Hawaiian. Includes how to use ti and coconut; how to make tools, cordage, toys, and leis; how to prepare foods and natural dyes; how to plant such crops as coconut, banana, and sugarcane; and how to play Hawaiian games.
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