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hawaiian culture

social's project
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maya gauley

on 22 February 2013

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Hawaiian Culture Project By: Delaney Fotheringhame and Maya Gauley History Pearl Harbor -On December 7th, 1941 the japanese attacked Pearl Harbor on the island of Oahu.
-About 2,402 Americans died in Pearl Harbor that day and 1,282 were wounded. . -About 55 Japanese died and 1,178 were wounded . Which is nothing compared to Hawaii's people. The Aloha State -The Aloha State became the 50th state in 1959, but the history of Hawaii goes centuries back. -In 1778 captain James Cook landed on Kauai at Waimea Bay. James Cook Music fun facts -The Hawaiian alphabet has only 12 letters A, E, H, I, K, L, M, N, O, P, U, and W Alphabet Meanings of Hawaiian words Huhu = Angry Keiki = Child Nani = Beautiful Kupua = Forbidden Mahalo = Thanks Kai = The sea Mele = Chant Malihini = Newcomer Hele mai = Come Here Kaukau = Food Luau = Feast Maikai = Good,
Handsome, Useful Kokua = Co-operation Names Delaney = popularity Maya = Water, May Fashion Mumu The mumu is a loose dress that hangs from the shoulder.
The mumu is brilliant color with a lots of patterns. The Mumu is made for a woman to wear. Aloha shirt Music of Hawaii includes a long line of traditional and popular music. From native folk music to modern rock also hip hop. Their music is very religious to their nature, it includes chanting and dance music. Popular Culture The shirts are printed, mostly short sleeved and collared. They have buttons sometimes for the entire length of the shirt and sometimes just down to the chest. The aloha shirt is mostly for men. Mumu Aloha Shirt Luau Food What would Hawaiians eat at a luau you say? They would usually eat salmon, chicken, long rice, kalua pork and all the sweet potatoes you could eat. Fish The name Humahuma for short means "Fish that grunts like a pig." It is one of species of the trigger fish. The fish's name is one if the longest words in the Hawaiian language and at that the name is longer than the fish its self. The trigger fish's teeth and top lip are blue and it has a some what chubby mouth. The traditional dance of Hawaii is as vibrant as the rolling waves in its beaches. The moves are actually of Hawaii's land of beauty and grace. Trigger Fish Humahumanukanukaapuaa population There are 1,360,301 people in the state of Hawaii. language Almost all people in Hawaii speak English but they frequently use some words of the Hawaiian language in their speech. For example, they may refer to a tourist as a Malihini that means in English New comer. Religions -The four gods of Hawaii's state are (Ka, Kane, Lono, Kanaloa) -The spirit that the Hawaiians refer to as the naoumakua. Pearl Harbor Aloha State Waimea Bay Some luau food Hawaiians would eat at a luau The Ukulele Hawaii's land of beauty Hawaii's religions Fun Facts Fun Facts Bibliography 10 11 12 13 http://www.gohawaii.com/statewide/travel-tips/history http://www.polynesia.com/hawaiian-luau-food.html http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Attack_on_Pearl_Harbor http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Music_of_Hawaii http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reef_triggerfish http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Muumuu http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aloha_shirt http://www.waimea.com/culture.html http://worldpopulationreview.com/hawaii-population/
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