Native Planters in Old Hawaii: Their Life, Lore, and Environment

Native Planters in Old Hawaii: Their Life, Lore, and Environment

by Edward Smith Craighill Handy, E. G. Handy, Elizabeth Green Handy, Mary Kawena Pukui
     
 

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Originally published in 1972, Native Planters, remains one of the most important ethnographic works on traditional Hawaiian culture. It has been reprinted with an index to subjects and chants, making this edition invaluable for scholars and laymen alike.

This pioneering study of cultivation practices, beliefs, and rituals is the fruit of a brilliant

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Originally published in 1972, Native Planters, remains one of the most important ethnographic works on traditional Hawaiian culture. It has been reprinted with an index to subjects and chants, making this edition invaluable for scholars and laymen alike.

This pioneering study of cultivation practices, beliefs, and rituals is the fruit of a brilliant collaborative effort between the eminent Pacific anthropologist, E.S. Craighill Handy, and his wife Elizabeth, and the noted authority on Hawaiian language and culture, Mary Kawena Pukui.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780910240116
Publisher:
Bishop Museum Press
Publication date:
01/01/1972
Series:
Bulletin Series
Edition description:
REV
Pages:
676
Product dimensions:
7.09(w) x 9.84(h) x (d)

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