Year of the boar and some quilting to boot at Hawi Mill, 1899.


My dear Loea Kalaiaina,

Aloha oe:—

Here at Hawi Mill, some Hawaiian women started up a Quilting Club, and they named it, “Ka Hui Laulima a ke Aloha.” They are now active, headed by Mrs. K. Liwai, and Mrs. A. Kipi, Treasurer. Their work will be followed by progress. Continue reading


A handwritten newspaper from North Kohala, 1892.

[Found under: “NUHOU KULOKO:”]

There is a handwritten newspaper being printed in the district of North Kona, Hawaii, called, “Ka La Hiki Ola.” Continue reading