Ola Nā Iwi is a place-based
curriculum resource packet that provides
K-12 teachers with both primary and
secondary sources—texts, images, videos,
links and more—centered on the royal,
and other, burials at the Waineʻe
Cemetery of Waiola Church in Lāhainā,
Maui. These materials can be used to
create place-based lesson plans that
address current Hawai‘i Department of
Education Content and Performance
These curriculum packets seek to
highlight Native voice by accessing both
Hawaiian and English language resources,
textual and oral, of the nineteenth,
twentieth, and twenty-first centuries. A
genealogy of voice links current-day
practices with past understandings.
office at Waiola Church has a
library of books and journals
covering Hawaiian history.
These are available to view in our
office, but not removed. A catalog
is available for download.
bylaws, revised 2009.
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