Huakai Makaikai a Kaupo, Maui (A Visit to Kaupō, Maui) (HC)
Huakai 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.
Written by Thomas K. Maunupau Edited by Naomi Noelaniokoʻolau Clarke Losch Translated by Mary Kawena Pukui and Malcolm Naea Chun Date of Publication: 1998 Size: 7 x 10 in. Pages: 181 Binding: cloth ISBN: 9781581780000