WHAT LIES BENEATH: UNCOVERING ANCIENT TREASURES OF POLYNESIA
Photos courtesy of Yosihiko Sinoto
A young Yosihiko Sinoto works at Makalai Cave, an archaeological site at South Point on the Big Island.
Sinoto, right, and longtime colleague Kenneth Emory, at a dig on Maupiti in French Polynesia.
On Huahine, Sinoto excavated planks, a paddle and, seen here, a mast from an ancient canoe.
(Advertiser, 4/9/2006, p. D1)