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Collection Details


Collection Name: Waialua and Hale'iwa: The People Tell Their Story
Repository Name: University of Hawaii, Manoa. Center for Oral History [Repository Details]
Repository Location: Honolulu, Hawaii, United States
URL: http://www.oralhistory.hawaii.edu/pages/community/waialua.html
Material Formats: [1 document with audio]
Description: The histories of Waialua, one of O‘ahu's few remaining sugar plantations, and Hale‘iwa, a neighboring town, as told by Caucasian, Chinese, Filipino, Hawaiian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, and Puerto Rican senior citizens. May 1977, 1880 pages, 9 volumes. Slide/tape show on videotape available.
Estimated Total of Interviews: 43
Interviews: [1 interview(s) listed in this collection]
Broad Subjects: Domestic life; Agriculture; Ethnic groups
ASP Subjects: Asian Americans--Hawaii; Emigration and immigration; Haleiwa, HI; Hawaii; Hawaii--History; History; Local history; Oahu, HI; Oral history; Plantation workers--Hawaii; Plantations; Plantations--Hawaii; Sugarcane; Sugarcane--Hawaii; United States; Waialua, HI
Other Subjects: Sugar plantations
Collection Code: OHC0000118