Hauʻoli Lā Hānau Queen Liliʻuokalani

Over the past few years, on the occasion of the Queenʻs Birthday, Puʻuhonua Society shares a publication about her beloved garden, Uluhaimalama and its history. Uluhaimalama is a memory, long destroyed, but still a powerful metaphor of the continued presence of Hawaiian nationalism. Please honor your ancestors by learning more about our shared history.

All donations received go to keep this pamphlet in print and distributed free of charge. Available for pick up Sept. 2nd in honor of Queen Liliu’okalani.

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