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He Wahi Mo'Olelo No Kaluanui Ma Ko'Olauloa, Mokupuni 'O O'Ahu

By Kepa Maly


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A Collection Of Traditions, Historical Accounts And Kama'aina Recollections Of Kaluanui And Vicinity, Ko'olauloa, Island Of O'ahu.

Excerpt
At the request of Jeffery Merz, Senior Planner with Oceanit, on behalf of the Department of Land and Natural Resources-Division of State Parks, Kumu Pono Associates, conducted detailed archival-historical research and a limited oral historical interview program with kupuna and several kamaaina oral history interviews to document various aspects of the history of the land of Kaluanui, including the area known as Kaliuwaa, situated in the Koolauloa District on the Island of Oahu (Figure 1). The documentation cited in this study is divided into two primary categories, and focuses on accounts which have had little or no exposure over the last 80 to 150 years or more.

Table of Contents
-- Introduction -- 1 -- Background 1 -- Approach To Conducting The Study -- 1 -- Historical Documentary Resources -- 3 -- Oral History Interviews -- 3 -- A Historical Overview Of Kaluanui And Neighboring Lands Of Koolauloa -- 4 -- Kaluanui Ma Koolauloa 4 -- Residency And Land Use In Kaluanui And Vicinity -- 4 -- Hana Pono A Me Ka Maopopo Aina–Protocols And Knowing The Land: Kamaaina Families Continue Travel And Attachment To Kaliuwaa -- 7 -- Na Moolelo Native Traditions And Historical Narratives Of Kaluanui And Vicinity -- 9 -- Section I. Moolelo Maoli (Native Traditions And History) --9 -- “He Moolelo No Kamapuaa” – A Tradition Of Kamapuaa (1861) --9 -- “Na Wahi Pana O Kaliuwaa” – Storied Places Of Kaliuwaa (1861) --18 -- He Kanikau–Kaluanui Referenced In A Chant Of Lamentation (1862) --21 -- Kamapuaa, The Lono Class Of Priests, And Lands Associated With Them (1868 - 1870) -- 22 -- “Kumumanao” – A Subject Of Thought (1874) --23 -- He Moolelo Kaao O Kamapuaa – -- Legendary Tradition Of Kamapuaa” (1891) -- 25 -- “Na Anoai O Oahu Nei” – The News Of Oahu (1930) --26 -- Section II. Traditions And Historical Descriptions Of The Land Recorded By Foreign Residents And Visitors -- 27 -- The Tradition Of Kaliuwaa And Kamapuaa (1839) --27 -- “History Of The Hawaiian Islands” (J. Jarves, 1874) --30 -- “The Hawaiian Kingdom Statistical And Commercial Directory And Tourists Guide” (G. Bowser, 1880) -- 31 -- The Tourists Guide Through The Hawaiian Islands - (H.M. Whitney, 1890) -- 33 -- “Kaliuwaa: Scene Of The Demigod Kamapuaas Escape From Olopana” (1912) -- 34 -- Abraham Fornanders Tradition Of Kamapuaa (1919) --37 -- Sites Of Oahu (1978) --40 -- “Sacred Falls” – A Visitor Attraction In The 1950s --41 -- Mahele aina–Land Tenure Defined In The Land Division --42 -- Kaluanui In The Mahele Book Of 1848, And Disposition Of The Land --43 -- Hoaaina Claims At Kaluanui: Mahele Aina Registration, Testimonies, And Surveys Of Claims -- 44 -- Additional Awards Adjoining Kaluanui -- 100 -- “Hui Hoolimalima Aina O Kaluanui” (Lease -- Hold Land Association Of Kaluanui) -- 101 -- Boundary Commission Proceedings (1886): Kaluanui And Vicinity – Testimony And Descriptions Of Boundaries And Features -- 105 -- Kaluanui Ahupuaa, District Of Koolauloa, Island Of Oahu -- 105 -- Punaluu Ahupuaa, District Of Koolauloa, Island Of Oahu -- 108 -- A Chronological Overview Of Residency And Land Use In Kaluanui (Ca. 1859 -- 1930) -- 113 -- Summary Of Conveyances–Kalo Lands To Rice Lands, To Sugar Lands -- 113 -- Excerpts From Documents Of Conveyance -- 115 -- Kaluanui In The Dissolution Of The Koolau Agricultural Company, Limited And Absorption Into Zions Securities -- 147 -- Acquisition Of Public Lands In The Kaluanui Vicinity -- 150 -- Kaipapau And The Hauula Forest Reserves -- 150 -- Kaliuwaa (“Sacred Falls State Park”) -- 156 -- Overview Of Sugar Interests At Kaluanui The Koolau Agricultural Company, Koolau Railway Company, Limited, And Kahuku Plantation Company -- 162 -- Overview Of Archaeological Studies In Kaluanui -- 164 -- Notes On Heiau From The Hawaiian Almanac And Annual (Thrum 1916 & 1938) -- 164 -- Archaeology Of Oahu (Mcallister, 1933) -- 165 -- “An Archaeological Walk Through Survey Of The Kaluanui Lands” (Rosendahl, 1973) -- 166 -- “Archaeological Investigations In Lands Of Sacred Falls State Park Kaluanui, Koolauloa, Oahu” (1977 -1981) -- 169 -- Archaeological Survey: Proposed Well Site At Scared Falls State Park” (Yent, 1990) -- 174 -- The Kaluanui Kaliuwaa Oral History Program (2003) -- 175 -- Interview Methodology -- 175 -- Study Guidelines -- 175 -- The Interview Program -- 177 -- Kaluanui And Kaliuwaa: A Cultural Assessment Of Resources And Existing Conditions–Based On Kamaaina Knowledge, Recollections And Recommendations For Future Use -- 182 -- Cultural Attachment To Landscape -- 182 -- Cultural Assessment -- 182 -- Kaliuwaa And Environs–A Traditional Cultural Property -- 183 -- Questions And Issues For Future Management And Stewardship Of Kaluanui And Kaliuwaa -- 184 -- Travel To Kaliuwaa– Traditional And Customary Practices And Visitation -- Pi184 -- The Importance Of Traditional Place Names And Places Of Significance -- 185 -- Present And Future Access Policies -- 186 -- Park Development And Uses -- 187 -- References Cited -- 188 --

 

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