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Shared tradition

For Nakoa Prejean, canoe paddling is a way to celebrate Hawaiian culture

By Cindy Luis

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Mar 07, 2014

~~<p>Small in area. Large in historical significance.</p>
<p>The ahupua&lsquo;a of Hakipu&lsquo;u can be easily missed when driving between Kaneohe and Kualoa, district names that are more familiar. Even neighboring Waiahole is better known to most, courtesy of Bruddah Waltah's classic song &quot;Sweet Lady of Waiahole.&quot;</p>
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Small in area. Large in historical significance.

The ahupua‘a of Hakipu‘u can be easily missed when driving between Kaneohe and Kualoa, district names that are more familiar. Even neighboring Waiahole is better known to most, courtesy of Bruddah Waltah's classic song "Sweet Lady of Waiahole." Login for more...



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