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Author: Kingi Gilbert

Our translators in Māhuahua: Translation Training Phase IV share interesting finds and share personal insights on their discoveries

Nā Hunahuna ʻIke

Nā Hunahuna ʻIke

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Awaiaulu has selected the memoirs of John Papa ʻIʻi, originally published as a series of articles in the Hawaiian Langauge newspapers Ke Kumu Aupuni (The Hawaiian Kingdom) in 1839 and then in Ka Nūpepa Kūʻokoʻa (The Independant Newspaper) until his death in 1870 as the source of the current translation training project.

Bishop Museum and Awaiaulu Launch New Project to Preserve and Digitize Hawaiian Language Newspapers

Bishop Museum and Awaiaulu Launch New Project to Preserve and Digitize Hawaiian Language Newspapers

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The goal of the multi-year project, He Aupuni Palapala,is to digitize Hawaiian language newspapers, in all repositories, for free online access. With support from the Hawaiʻi Tourism Authority and with contributions from Kamehameha Schools, Bishop Museum and Awaiaulu have partnered to launch a collaborative, multiyear