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traditional hawaii lei      There is a goddess of lei making. Kuku`ena was the older sister to the more infamous volcano goddess, Pele. According to legend, she brought the seeds to Hawaii for the plants used in both lei making and medicine and is seen as a healer and a guide to those who get lost in the wilderness.

traditional hawaii lei There is a goddess of lei making. Kuku`ena was the older sister to the more infamous volcano goddess, Pele. According to legend, she brought the seeds to Hawaii for the plants used in both lei making and medicine and is seen as a healer and a guide to those who get lost in the wilderness.

May Day (Lei Day) May 1st: Traditional Leis are shown on display for public viewing after being awarded various ribbon awards

May Day (Lei Day) May 1st: Traditional Leis are shown on display for public viewing after being awarded various ribbon awards

Hilo Hattie (October 28, 1901 – December 12, 1979) was born Clarissa "Clara" Haili in Honolulu, Hawaii. She was a Hawaiian singer,[1] hula dancer, actress and comedienne of Native Hawaiian ancestry.[2]

Hilo Hattie (October 28, 1901 – December 12, 1979) was born Clarissa "Clara" Haili in Honolulu, Hawaii. She was a Hawaiian singer,[1] hula dancer, actress and comedienne of Native Hawaiian ancestry.[2]

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