Interview with Paul Christiaan Klieger 1/30/2006 tape 1
Interview with Paul Christiaan Klieger, recorded at Oakland Museum on January 30, 2006 for the documentary "Lahaina: Waves of Change." Klieger is the chair and senior curator of history for the Oakland Museum with a background in cultural anthropology from the University of Hawaiʻi Mānoa. Klieger talks about the rediscovery of Mokuʻula which started in 1960s; the cultural significance of Mokuʻula; the sacredness of Keōpūolani and her children by Kamehameha I; and Kauikeaouli (Kamehameha III) bridging the gaps between traditional Hawaiian culture and the 19th century westernized modern kingdom.
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