Talk by Dr. Donald D. Kilolani Mitchell; 1988 tape 4
This video is a continuation of titles 20758, 20765, and 20772 recorded in 1988 at Bishop Museum in front of an exhibit featuring Hawaiian bowls and tools. Dr. Mitchell talks about various topics including traditional spittoons used by aliʻi (chief), ʻumeke/calabash bowls, and how Hawaiian artisans made polishes and files to use as tools.
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