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grand-bazaar: 1907 Hawaii - Hula Dancer
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grand-bazaar: 1907 Hawaii - Hula Dancer

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For our breezeway- Hula dancers Fine Art Photograph pale mint green by honeytree, $21.00
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Hula gorgeous
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Another beautiful shot of a hula dancer!

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Photo of c.1900-1920 Portrait of hula dancer, flower leis (HAWAII)
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Photo of c.1900-1920 Portrait of hula dancer, flower leis (HAWAII)

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ʻIolani Luahine (January 31, 1915 – December 10, 1978), born Harriet Lanihau Makekau, was a native Hawaiian kumu hula, dancer, chanter and teacher, who was considered the high priestess of the ancient hula. The New York Times wrote that she was "regarded as Hawaii's last great exponent of the sacred hula ceremony," and the Honolulu Advertiser wrote: "In her ancient dances, she was the poet of the Hawaiian people." The ʻIolani Luahine Hula Festival was established in her memory.
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the hula competition that jourdan has been working so hard for.

ʻIolani Luahine (January 31, 1915 – December 10, 1978), born Harriet Lanihau Makekau, was a native Hawaiian kumu hula, dancer, chanter and teacher, who was considered the high priestess of the ancient hula. The New York Times wrote that she was "regarded as Hawaii's last great exponent of the sacred hula ceremony," and the Honolulu Advertiser wrote: "In her ancient dances, she was the poet of the Hawaiian people." The ʻIolani Luahine Hula Festival was established in her memory.

ʻIolani Luahine (January 31, 1915 – December 10, 1978), born Harriet Lanihau Makekau, was a native Hawaiian kumu hula, dancer, chanter and teacher, who was considered the high priestess of the ancient hula. The New York Times wrote that she was "regarded as Hawaii's last great exponent of the sacred hula ceremony," and the Honolulu Advertiser wrote: "In her ancient dances, she was the poet of the Hawaiian people."  The ʻIolani Luahine Hula Festival was established in her memory.
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Hula dancer, 1890 http://www.hawaiiactive.com/category/oahu-cat-luau.html
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Sue on her trip to Hawaii many, many,many years ago.Jan, Marj,Jack and Don looking on and shocked at her costume as too revealing!

Hula dancer, 1890 http://www.hawaiiactive.com/category/oahu-cat-luau.html

Hula dancer, 1890 http://www.hawaiiactive.com/category/oahu-cat-luau.html

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Makekau Family -  Harriet (Iolani Luahine) Lanihau Makekau   b. Jan 31 1915 Napoopoo, South Kona, Hawaii, Hawaii d. Dec 10 1978 Honolulu. O` ahu, Hawaii e. Burial Kaneohe Memorial Park, Kaneohe, O` ahu, Hawaii  Born Harriet Lanihau Makekau, was a native Hawaiian kumu hula, dancer, chanter, and teacher, who was considered the high priestess of the ancient hula.

Hula Legend Iolani Luahine, the & priestess& of hula, she became the most esteemed hula dancer in the state of Hawai? instrumental in perpetuating the traditional hula kahiko.

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