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Bailarinas de Hula

With luxury liners to travel on and first-class resort hotels to treat them royally, the rich and near-rich flocked to Waikiki. Here, three women perform the traditional hula dance with two musicians accompanying them.

Queen Liliuokalani, Public Domain Image (Click to Enlage)

Liliʻuokalani (September 1838 – November born Lydia Liliʻu Loloku Walania Wewehi Kamakaʻeha, was the last monarch and only queen regnant of the Kingdom of Hawaii.

Hawaiians: Poi pounding and eating

Hawaiians: Poi pounding and eating

Hilo Hattie (October 28, 1901 – December 12, 1979) was born Clarissa "Clara" Haili in Honolulu, Hawaii. She was a Hawaiian singer,[1] hula dancer, actress and comedienne of Native Hawaiian ancestry.[2]

Hilo Hattie (October 1901 – December was born Clarissa "Clara" Haili in Honolulu, Hawaii. She was a Hawaiian singer, hula dancer, actress and comedienne of Native Hawaiian ancestry. Grandma had danced with her.

The first Graduating Class of the Kamehameha School for Girls, 1897. Bottom row, left to right: Keluia Liu, Jessie Mahoahoa, Julia Lovell, Helen Kalola, Miriam Hale, Lewa Iokia, Elizabeth Kahanu, Julia Akana, Malie Kapali Top row, left to right: Kalei Ewaliko, Aoe WongKong, Elizabeth Kamau, Hattie Kekolohe, Lydia Aholo*, Elizabeth Keliʻinoi.

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16 Dreamy Vintage Photos of Hawaii

Native Hawaiian Hula Dancer // Hawaiian culture and tradition // all beautiful sources of inspiration for us all at Coco Moon Hawaii

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The Ancient Hawaiian Legacy of Kahiko Hula. Kahiko Hula is a strong part of Hawaiian heritage. If you have never witnessed Kahiko Hula or visited The Merrie Monarch Festival, then you have never truly visited Hawaii.

Kaiulani, Princess of Hawaii, 1875-1899.  At approximately 6 years old.  (circa 1881)

The Scots in Hawaii, Hawaii Scots, Maui Scots, a Scottish resource on Maui, Hawaii

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