Queen Emma's Church in Kealakekua: Crossroads of Culture

Queen Emma's Church in Kealakekua: Crossroads of Culture

by Nancee Cline

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Queen Emma's Church in Kealakekua: Crossroads of Culture by Nancee Cline

Queen Emma's Church in Kealakekua: Crossroads of Culture is a collection of stories, interviews and commentary concerning the life and history of a little Anglican church in Kealakekua, 143 years old.
The Anglican denomination first came to the islands with Captain Cook, and returned officially at the urging of Queen Emma and Kamehameha IV. We know a great deal about the American missionaries and the eventual Americanization of these Hawaiian Islands, but not a lot about the British contributions. Americans won the Revolutionary War against England, and in some ways, continued to fight it out here. Kealakekua, far from the religious and political battles carried on in Honolulu, offers a simpler, quieter (nonetheless poignant and emblematic) story of life, change, and aloha in Hawaii.
This project embraces an interdisciplinary approach in a relaxed talk story style. History is not treated as a subject by itself, but is tangled up with literature, music, philosophy, attitudes, trends, conflicts, opinions. Interviewees are descendants of native Hawaiian, Chinese, Japanese, Portuguese, Philippine, European and American families.

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ISBN-13: 9781456351724
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 03/07/2011
Pages: 268
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.56(d)

About the Author

Nancee Cline teaches at Hawaii Community College and attends Christ Church, both in Kealakekua. She has a Master's degree in Interdisciplinary Humanities from CSUDH, and certificates in Theological Education from University of the South, and Catechesis of the Good Shepherd. Nancee is the author of Cry, the Beloved Children, and several essay collections. For this history project she has received a publishing grant from the Hawaii Council for the Humanities.

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