The History of Kapālama: from Traditional Hawaiian Subsistence to Urban Land

April 26, 1:30pm - 2:30pm
Honolulu Campus, Building 7: Library

Presented by Tiani Akeo-Basques, Mark Alapaki Luke, and Robert Silva,
Instructors at Honolulu Community College

Learn about the history of Kapālama, the area surrounding HonCC, and about the Lo`i Kalo Park.


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Faculty Development & Library, Honolulu Campus

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