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An exhibit developed by Ka ʻOhana O Kalaupapa will be on display on the 2nd floor of the Kapiʻolani Community College Library from Jan. 16-May 15, 2014.
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Books on Kalaupapa @ KCC


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Kalaupapa: a collective memory - Anwei Skinsnes Law
Call Number: RC154.5.H32 L39 2012 (Shelved at Kalaupapa Exhibit Book Display)

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Almost heaven : on the human and divine - Frank Stewart
Call Number: PS1 .M35 v.23 no.2 (Hawaiian Reference - ask for assistance)
"Featuring photographs taken in the early 1900s of the residents of Kalawao and Kalaupapa on the island of Molokaʻi."

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My Name Is Makia - Makia Malo; Pamela Young (As told to)
Call Number: DU627.83.M35 M35 2011 (Shelved at Kalaupapa Exhibit Book Display)

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No Footprints in the Sand - Henry Kalalahilimoku Nalaielua; Sally-Jo Keala-o-Anuenue Bowman (As told to)
Call Number: RC154.5.H3 N35 2006 (Shelved at Kalaupapa Exhibit Book Display)

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The lands of Father Damien : Kalaupapa, Molokai, Hawaii - James H. Brocker
Call Number: DU629.K26 B76 1998 (Hawaiian Refererence)

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Separating Sickness - Ted Gugelyk; Milton Bloombaum
Call Number: RC154.5.H3 M645 1996 (Shelved at Kalaupapa Exhibit Book Display)

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Gifts from the Shore - Roberta Jarrett
Call Number: DU629.K26 J37 1993 (Hawaiian Collection)

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Kalaupapa: a portrait - Anwei S. Law (Introduction by); Wayne Levin (Photographer)
Call Number: RC154.5.H3 L48 1989 (Shelved at Kalaupapa Exhibit Book Display)

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Yesterday at Kalaupapa - A Photographic History - Emmett Cahill
Call Number: RC154.5.H3 C35 1990 (Shelved at Kalaupapa Exhibit Book Display)

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Olivia: my life of exile in Kalaupapa - Olivia R. Breitha
Call Number: DU627.83.B74 B74 1988 (Hawaiian Collection)

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Moloka'i - Alan Brennert
Call Number: PS3552.R3865 M65 2003 (Hawaiian Collection)


Kalaupapa exhibit @ KCC Library, Spring 2014

Ka ʻOhana O Kalaupapa and Kapiʻolani Community College present

"A Source of Light,
Constant and Never-Fading"

an exhibit on Kalaupapa at KCC Library,
Jan. 16-May 15, 2014

The exhibit at the Hawaiʻi Convention Center, October, 2012. Photo by Henry Law

Free and open to the public!

Monday-Thursday: 7:30am-6:45pm

                Friday: 7:30am-3:45pm

            Saturday: 8:30am-3:45pm

              Sunday: Closed

Directions to KCC

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Please join us for these free events at the KCC Library Alcove:

Thurs., Jan. 16, 12pm:   
Opening Program

Blessing of the exhibit followed by "Bringing the Families Home," a presentation by Valerie Monson about the work of Ka ʻOhana O Kalaupapa in reconnecting families to their Kalaupapa ancestors.

Mon., Feb. 3, 12:15pm:   
Queen Kapiʻolani & Kalaupapa

KCC Professor Colette Higgins will give a presentation about how Queen Kapiʻolani assisted the patients at Kalaupapa.

Additional events may be added.

For more information, contact: Annie Thomas, 734-9599

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