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Moʻolelo (Stories)

Preserving History Through Storytelling

Moʻolelo means story, myth, or tradition. Kauaʻi is a unique place with a rich history. It’s important to understand where we came from and learn from our past to become more sustainable in the future. There is much to learn about the Kauaʻi of old. What better way to hear about it through first-hand accounts from our elders.

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Basket Weaving with Coconut Fronds - A Moʻolelo by Eugene "Onio" Punzal

John Cook’s resurrection plus two more early Kauai medical histories

Coco Palms Torch Lighting Ceremony - A Moʻolelo by Eugene "Onio" Punzal

Rat Gang, Three Plantations, Wilcox Tunnel, Sabidong Knapsacks, Picking-up Fresh Milk