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(Many Paths)

An Online Newsletter Celebrating Native America


December 13, 2003 - Issue 102


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Hawai'i - A Photo Essay - Part 2

by Suzanne Westerly
credits: all photos courtesy of Suzanne Westerly

Military around the island - Going to practice maneuvers

Over the pineapple fields

Freeway to Honolulu

Following are some Heiau's - sacred sites , this one is in the North

This one is on the western shore

Oracle tower on the North Shore on a bluff

Statue of the famous surfer and Olympic athlete, Duke on the beach in Waikiki

The way Hawai'ian's used to live. This is on the eastern shore.

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