Interview with Barbara Sharp and Keoki Freeland at the Masters' Reading Room in Lāhainā 12/8/2005 tape 3
Continued from title 27517, interview with Barbara Sharp and Keoki Freeland (separately) recorded in Lāhainā at the Masters' Reading Room on December 8, 2005 for the documentary "Lahaina: Waves of Change." Sharp continues sharing stories from the Larry Windley files, including how Lāhaināluna High School first started. Freeland is the Executive Director of the Lāhainā Restoration Foundation and shares the history and mission of the Lāhainā Restoration Foundation; and how his grandfather, George Freeland from England, was involved with constructing the Pioneer Inn in 1901 as well as filling in the pond Mokuʻula. Freeland also talks about the cultural differences between the management class and the working class and archaeology survey findings of Mokuʻula pond.
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