Thomas K. Maunupau; edited by Naomi Noelanioko'olau Clarke Losch; translated by Mary Kawena Pukui and Malcolm Nāea Chun
Date of Publication: 1998
Size: 7 x 10
HUAKA‘I MAKAIKAI A KAUPO, MAUI is the record of a 1922 trek through rural Maui by Bishop Museum anthropologist Kenneth P. Emory and his native Hawaiian guide Thomas K. Maunupau. Written in the Hawaiian language by Maunupau, it presents a narrative journey to a time and place little known in our histories. Maunupau's daily entries are rich in detail of Hawaiian culture and history, while also serving as a record of the two young scholars youthful friendship and cooperation to preserve precious cultural knowledge for the future. Also available in hardcover.