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He Moolelo Aina No Kaeo Me Kahi Aina E Ae Ma Honuaula O Maui : A Cultural-Historical Study of Kaeo and Other Lands in Honuaula, Island of Maui

By Kepa Maly

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Title: He Moolelo Aina No Kaeo Me Kahi Aina E Ae Ma Honuaula O Maui : A Cultural-Historical Study of Kaeo and Other Lands in Honuaula, Island of Maui  
Author: Kepa Maly
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Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, Geography, Anthropology, Recreation, Hawaiian Geography
Collections: Education, Cultural Anthropology, Authors Community, Recreation, Geography, Anthropology, Agriculture, Finance, Social Sciences, Sociology, Naval Science, Literature, Law, History
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Publisher: Kumu Pono Associates Llc
Member Page: Hale Kuamoʻo Hawaiian Language Center

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The following collection of archival and oral historical records was compiled by Kumu Pono Associates LLC, at the request of Sam Garcia, Jr., and Jon Garcia, owners of a 5.497 acre parcel of land, situated in the ahupuaa (native land division) of Kaeo, in the Honuaula region of Maui (TMK 2- 1-007:067). The Garcia parcel extends from near sea level at the shore to about fifty feet in elevation above sea level, and the family proposes to develop their five-plus acre parcel into a small subdivision, containing eleven single family residences. As a part of the planning process, a preservation plan is needed for a site identified as a heiau (temple), that is situated on the property. In addition to the heiau, stone walls, habitation features, agricultural mounds, terraces, enclosures, and modified outcrops were also identified, as a part of an archaeological survey conducted by Haun and Associates (Haun et al., 2000 & 2004). The cultural resources are interpreted as dating from the period of pre-history to historic ranching and later residency activities (Haun, 2000 & 2004; and Frampton, 2002, revised, 2004). The research conducted as a part of this study, focused on two primary sources of information— (1) historical literature, and (2) the results of an oral history interview program with kupuna and kamaaina, known to be familiar with the history of lands in the Kaeo-Makena vicinity. As a result, the research herein, brings a wide range of historical references into one manuscript, with written accounts dating from the 1793 and oral historical accounts dating from ca. 1915. The research focuses on the detailed history of land tenure on the Garcia parcel, and the heiau thereon—looking at the history of the larger ahupuaa of Kaeo, and its relationship with neighboring lands of the Honuaula region. At the suggestion of the Garcia brothers, and in follow up to discussions with Garcias planner, Rory Frampton, and with Kahu Kealahou Alika (Minister of the Historic Keawalai Church), this study is also meant to serve as the foundation piece for development of the site preservation plan—providing the Garcias and community members with recommendations for protection of the heiau, and with interpretive-educational components for a long-term stewardship program for the cultural resources that are to be preserved on the property.


 

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