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‘Ahu ‘ula (cape), pre-1861, yellow and black ‘ō ‘ō (Moho nobilis) feathers, red ‘i‘iwi (Vestiaria coccinea) feathers, and olonā (Touchardia latifolia) fiber, on view in "Royal Hawaiian Featherwork: Nā Hulu Ali‘i," at de Young Museum, San Francisco, August 29, 2015 – February 28, 2016. Photograph by Hal Lum and Masayo Suzuki.

‘Ahu ‘ula (cape), pre-1861, yellow and black ‘ō ‘ō (Moho nobilis) feathers, red ‘i‘iwi (Vestiaria coccinea) feathers, and olonā (Touchardia latifolia) fiber, on view in "Royal Hawaiian Featherwork: Nā Hulu Ali‘i," at de Young Museum, San Francisco, August 29, 2015 – February 28, 2016. Photograph by Hal Lum and Masayo Suzuki.

MODÈLE DE CANOÉ, POLYNÉSIE ( Model Canoe )

MODÈLE DE CANOÉ, POLYNÉSIE ( Model Canoe )

ORNEMENT DE , ILE DE NIIHAU, ÎLES HAWAÏENNES, Hair Pin

ORNEMENT DE , ILE DE NIIHAU, ÎLES HAWAÏENNES, Hair Pin

Concerns have been raised about the whereabouts of cultural artefacts from the Pacific Basin that belong to the Bishop Museum. Photo: Ray_LAC

Concerns have been raised about the whereabouts of cultural artefacts from the Pacific Basin that belong to the Bishop Museum. Photo: Ray_LAC

ʻIke Kālai Waʻa: Canoe Innovation in the Pacific Students will explore why people sailed across the vast Pacific Ocean, how canoes were built, and how the design of single and double hull canoes (i.e. Hōkūleʻa) evolved.

ʻIke Kālai Waʻa: Canoe Innovation in the Pacific Students will explore why people sailed across the vast Pacific Ocean, how canoes were built, and how the design of single and double hull canoes (i.e. Hōkūleʻa) evolved.

This is a gorgeous shot as it shows the Pacific Aviation Museum in Honolulu, Hawaii. I love how it shows the historic Ford Control Tower in the background.

This is a gorgeous shot as it shows the Pacific Aviation Museum in Honolulu, Hawaii. I love how it shows the historic Ford Control Tower in the background.

A Pan Am Clipper poster from the 1930s, slightly enhanced for Lahaina Printsellers by Ricardo San Pedro in 1996.  A smaller copy of the original can be seen at The Pacific Aviation Museum.

A Pan Am Clipper poster from the 1930s, slightly enhanced for Lahaina Printsellers by Ricardo San Pedro in 1996. A smaller copy of the original can be seen at The Pacific Aviation Museum.

The Hawaiian Railway 3:00pm excursion has begun the return trip to the museum at Ewa after stopping at the present end of the line in Kahe Point. Excursion trains stop here briefly to give passengers a view of the Pacific Ocean. During this time of this photo, Hawaii was experiencing unusually hot, humid, rainy weather due to the effects of El Niño (ocean warming) allowing for some "storm light" at this location. 302 was built for the US Navy and served it's entire career on the island...

The Hawaiian Railway 3:00pm excursion has begun the return trip to the museum at Ewa after stopping at the present end of the line in Kahe Point. Excursion trains stop here briefly to give passengers a view of the Pacific Ocean. During this time of this photo, Hawaii was experiencing unusually hot, humid, rainy weather due to the effects of El Niño (ocean warming) allowing for some "storm light" at this location. 302 was built for the US Navy and served it's entire career on the island...

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