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ⓘ Makanalua, Hawaii




Makanalua, Hawaii
                                     

ⓘ Makanalua, Hawaii

Makanalua is an unincorporated community and ahupuaa in Kalawao County, Hawaii, United States. During the Great Māhele of 1848, the land was retained for Princess Kekauōnohi. The name means "double gift" in the Hawaiian language.

                                     
  • as they served the ailing lepers residing in an isolated colony on the Makanalua peninsula on the island of Moloka i. Both would have causes for canonization
  • They lived at Hutchison s house, in a part of the settlement called Makanalua Kaiakonui cared for her husband as his mea kōkua caregiver until her
  • landowner on Molokai. His landholdings on Molokai included the ahupua a of Makanalua Naiwa in Kala e, the adjoining kona ahupua a of Kapulei, Kumueli, and

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