Juniroa Productions

Celebrating Hawaiʻi's Cultures 1989 Hawaii Folklife Festival

Highlights from the 1989 Smithsonian Folklife festival held annually in Washington, D.C. The 1989 festival featured the cultures of Hawaiʻi including hula, mele, storytelling, Okinawan dance, Puerto Rican music, Portuguese bread making, quilting, saddle making, canoe making, lei making, and more. Also shown is entertainment by Native Americans, Caribbean people, and French Americans.

Languages: English

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