Interview with Harry Ho #3 4/26/88

Interview with Harry Ho recorded on April 26, 1988 conducted by Chris Conybeare for Rice Mill Days. This interview focuses Hawaiian fishing practices; fishing for mackerel, holehole fish, grey mullet and akuli and how current pollution keeps the fish away; the effects of eating fish and poi on children's teeth and how a University of California study found that children from Hāʻena, Kauaʻi had the best teeth in the state because of this; and menehune on Kaua'i.

Languages: English


  • Public affairs

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