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Photo Essay: Kalaupapa Memories, Molokai, Hawaii - Honolulu Magazine - August 2012 - Hawaii

Photo Essay: Kalaupapa Memories, Molokai, Hawaii - Honolulu Magazine - August 2012 - Hawaii

Photo Essay: Kalaupapa Memories, Molokai, Hawaii - Honolulu Magazine - August 2012 - Hawaii

Photo Essay: Kalaupapa Memories, Molokai, Hawaii

Photo Essay: Kalaupapa Memories, Molokai, Hawaii - Honolulu Magazine - August 2012 - Hawaii

Photo Essay: Kalaupapa Memories, Molokai, Hawaii - Honolulu Magazine - August 2012 - Hawaii

Photo Essay: Kalaupapa Memories, Molokai, Hawaii

Photo Essay: Kalaupapa Memories, Molokai, Hawaii - Honolulu Magazine - August 2012 - Hawaii

Father Damien with some members of the Moloka'i community // Pater Damiaan // #Damiaanactie // www.damiaanactie.be // #Belgium

Father Damien with some members of the Moloka'i community // Pater Damiaan // #Damiaanactie // www.damiaanactie.be // #Belgium

This undated photo is of Ainahau, which had been the home of Princess Kaiulani.   IMAGE FROM THE HONOLULU ADVERTISER ARCHIVES

This undated photo is of Ainahau, which had been the home of Princess Kaiulani. IMAGE FROM THE HONOLULU ADVERTISER ARCHIVES

Queen Liliuokalani~~her 1881 visit to Kalaupapa, while still Princess Lydia Liliuokalani, persuaded her to share her enlightening and sympathetic experience with the world and publicly praise Father Damien's ministry, which soon raised international awareness of Damien's missionary work, inspiring private philanthropists and religious organizations in America and Europe to provide donations of considerable money and supplies--including food, clothes and medicine for the colony.

Queen Liliuokalani~~her 1881 visit to Kalaupapa, while still Princess Lydia Liliuokalani, persuaded her to share her enlightening and sympathetic experience with the world and publicly praise Father Damien's ministry, which soon raised international awareness of Damien's missionary work, inspiring private philanthropists and religious organizations in America and Europe to provide donations of considerable money and supplies--including food, clothes and medicine for the colony.

Lei Niho Palaoa. This necklace is made up of a pendant suspended from numerous thin braids of human hair with olona fibre cord attached as ties. The hooked pendant itself is made from the tooth of a sperm whale. Hawaiians respected sperm whales. They did not hunt them, but if a whale was beached it was regarded as the property of the king. They ate the flesh, and used the ivory for ornaments and inlay. The Hawaiian name for this type of ornament is "lei niho palaoa."

Lei Niho Palaoa. This necklace is made up of a pendant suspended from numerous thin braids of human hair with olona fibre cord attached as ties. The hooked pendant itself is made from the tooth of a sperm whale. Hawaiians respected sperm whales. They did not hunt them, but if a whale was beached it was regarded as the property of the king. They ate the flesh, and used the ivory for ornaments and inlay. The Hawaiian name for this type of ornament is "lei niho palaoa."

Johnny Appleseed Folk Hero and American Patriot.  John "Johnny Appleseed" Chapman (1774 - 1845)  Born: Sep. 26, 1774.  Died: Mar. 10, 1845.  Buried:  Johnny Appleseed Memorial Park, Fort Wayne, Indiana

Johnny Appleseed Folk Hero and American Patriot. John "Johnny Appleseed" Chapman (1774 - 1845) Born: Sep. 26, 1774. Died: Mar. 10, 1845. Buried: Johnny Appleseed Memorial Park, Fort Wayne, Indiana

Old Hawaii

Old Hawaii

#map of #Molokai, #Hawaii in 1879

#map of #Molokai, #Hawaii in 1879

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