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Welcome to the Home Page of Na Mamo: Hawaiian People Today. This is a very perceptive book. Na Mamo: Hawaiian People Today is a 250-page book that profiles living Hawaiians and their modern practice and perpetuation of the Hawaiian culture. We've also included some of the book's 60 black and white photographs. Hartwell has been writing about Hawaiian people and issues since 1990. Na Mamo is a compilation of stories about 12 modern Hawaiians trying to live their lives in a modern world but in accordance with and in honor of old Hawaiian traditions.
I left the newspaper to write Nā Mamo: Hawaiian People Today (ʻAi Pōhaku Press), which won Hawaiʻi Book of the Year and Excellence in Hawaiian Culture honors in 1997. I also served as Communications Officer for the Honolulu City Council (1992-1994). While working at the university, Ka Leo and KTUH staffs won national and state honors for their work, including consecutive Paʻi Awards for College Newspaper Excellence.
Na Mamo: Hawaiian People Today. An excellent book to help you learn about the people who are keeping the Hawaiian culture alive in their chosen professions and hobbies - from hula to canoe racing; making tapa to taro planting. Learn about the people and culture of Hawaii before you visit the islands of Hawaii. 02 of 10. Shoal of Time: A History of the Hawaiian Islands. This book focuses on post-contact Hawaii from the Western perspective. By Jay Hartwell '78. Published by Ai Pohaku Press of Honolulu. Published by Front Street Books of North Carolina. Named to the School Library Journals' list of best books for 1996. By Barbara Snow Gilbert '76.
JAY HARTWELL hartwellii. PUBLICATIONS, Nā Mamo: Hawaiian People Today. Honolulu: ʻAi Pōhaku Press, 1996). hartwell Twitter: @jay hartwell +. 08. 2748 EDUCATION Columbia University, Graduate School of Journalism. New York City: 1978 – 1979. Graduated May 1979 with Master of Science degree.
ward books on Hawai'i, Hawaiian music, and other things Hawaiian is Hawaii Books. Hartwell, Jay. Na Mamo: Hawaiian People Today. Honolulu: 'Ai Pohaku Press, 1996. files 12 people practicing Hawaiian traditions in the modern world. Kamehameha Schools Press. Life in Early Hawai'i: The Ahupua'a.