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Koloa: An Oral History of Kauai's Community
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(Hawaii: University of Hawaii, Manoa. Center for Korean Studies),
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Thirty-three residents describe life, past and present, in Koloa, the site of the first commercial sugar plantation in Hawai‘i. September 1988, 1518 pages, 3 volumes, photographs.
(Hawaii: University of Hawaii, Manoa. Center for Korean Studies),
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Lanai Ranch: The People of Ko'ele and Keomuku
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Detailed descriptions of the daily lives of cowboys, their spouses and children, and other ranch residents. July 1989, 934 pages, 2 volumes, photographs.
(Hawaii: University of Hawaii, Manoa. Center for Korean Studies),
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Women Workers in Hawaii's Pineapple Industry
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Sixteen women field and cannery workers recall their daily work experiences in the pineapple industry and also talk about their domestic lives. June 1979, 1089 pages, 2 volumes, photographs. Slide/tape show on videotape available.
(Hawaii: University of Hawaii, Manoa. Center for Korean Studies),
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Era of Change: Oral Histories of Civilians in World War II Hawaii
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This oral history project, sponsored in part by the National Park Service, focused on individual responses to the war. The interviews with thirty-three longtime residents provide us with primary source documentation on the war as a catalyst for social change.
(Hawaii: University of Hawaii, Manoa. Center for Korean Studies),
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State Foundation on Culture and the Arts: An Oral History
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SFCA executive directors, staff and commissioners, arts educators, and others talk about the origins and growth of the agency, its early goals and achievements, and the development and role of arts in the community. May 1991, 445 pages, 1 volume, photographs.
(Hawaii: University of Hawaii, Manoa. Center for Korean Studies),
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Tsunamis Remembered: Oral Histories of Survivors and Observers in Hawaii
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Tsunamis Remembered: Oral Histories of Survivors and Observers in Hawai‘i, a project funded by the Pacific Tsunami Museum, features life history interviews with individuals who witnessed tsunamis--particularly the 1946 and 1960 disasters on the Big Island of Hawai‘i.
(Hawaii: University of Hawaii, Manoa. Center for Korean Studies),
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Ualapu'e, Moloka'I: Oral Histories for the East End
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Thirteen interviewees talk about the ‘Ualapu‘e Fishpond project, the historical and cultural role of fishponds, and everyday life on East End, Moloka‘i. June 1991, 576 pages, 2 volumes, photographs.
(Hawaii: University of Hawaii, Manoa. Center for Korean Studies),
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Waipi'o: Mano Wai (Source of Life)
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Old-timers recall taro farming and daily life in this remote Big Island valley and talk about the many changes that occurred in the first half of the century. Young residents and old discuss their visions for the future of Waipi‘o and taro. December 1978, 1335 pages, 2 volumes, photographs. Slide/tape show on vi...
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1924 Filipino Strike on Kauai
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In 1924, principal Filipino groups (Visayan, Tagalog, and Ilocano) in Hawai‘i were divided by background, culture, and language. For Filipinos as a whole, there were the additional problems of an overwhelming proportion of single men compared to women, scant education, general lack of community roots, and low-st...
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