Exploring Historic Upcountry

Exploring Historic Upcountry

by Jill Engledow
     
 
Covering the fertile crescent stretching from the cane fields of central Maui to the high slopes of Haleakala, Exploring Historic Upcountry offers a treasury of sites and stories, including Komoda Store, the Molina Brothers Orchestra in the mid-30's, a 1937 May Day Fete at Maui High School, and a look at Lower Paia devestated by the tsunami of 1946. From Kaiku

Overview

Covering the fertile crescent stretching from the cane fields of central Maui to the high slopes of Haleakala, Exploring Historic Upcountry offers a treasury of sites and stories, including Komoda Store, the Molina Brothers Orchestra in the mid-30's, a 1937 May Day Fete at Maui High School, and a look at Lower Paia devestated by the tsunami of 1946. From Kaiku to Ulupalakua, Exploring Historic Upcountry tells a tale of sugar barons and shopkeepers, hard-working plantation families and hard-riding Hawaiian cowboys. Foreword written by fourth generation rancher Peter Baldwin of Haleakala Ranch. Part of the Small Town Series of guidebooks.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780970578754
Publisher:
Watermark Publishing, LLC
Publication date:
04/01/2004
Edition description:
Try Partners
Pages:
128
Product dimensions:
5.85(w) x 8.34(h) x 0.33(d)

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