Mahalo! Mahalo! Mahalo!

To all of our dedicated and passionate volunteers!!
Together, we've done in 8 months what took us 8 years to do alone,
working to open up a legacy of historical knowledge. 

 


Check out the closing on Pacific Network.TV by clicking the link below:

About the 'Ike Ku'oko'a closing celebration at 'Iolani Palace, July 31

 

HAPENUIA!!!!

UPDATE: FEBRUARY 15, 2013

All 16,000 pages have been uploaded to the internet at

www.papakilodatabase.com.

Its not perfect yet as they are still working out the kinks and a streamlined method to allow volunteers to continue online editing and we will update the site when new announcements are available. Mahalo nui!

 

Mahalo!

ʻIke Kūʻokoʻa was successfully completed on Nov. 28 2012, and the files are being loaded up onto the web for free access through the following websites.  Awaiaulu and the ʻIke Kūʻokoʻa team extend a sincere mahalo! to all of those who made this possible through their participation and support.  

 

Aloha nō,

Office of Hawaiian Affairs

Alu Like Inc.
Hale Kuamo'o
Bishop Museum

Mai Pa'a I Ka Leo

For information on the background of the Hawaiian Newspaper Initiatives, the book "Mai Pa'a I Ka Leo: Historical Voice in Hawaiian Primary Materials" is available from Bishop Museum Press, Kindle, and Nook.  Click on the image below to learn more.

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