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A continuous history of Kalaupapa; from the first people relocated to the peninsula in 1866 because of isolation policies related to leprosy, to modern day residents, to family members who will carry their relatives' legacy into the future. Photographs taken by Wayne Levin from the 1980s through the present are combined with text by Anwei Skinsnes Law and Valerie Monson that includes interviews with Kalaupapa residents and descendants of individuals sent to Kalaupapa as early as 1879.
Hard cover. 144 pages.
Published by the National Park Service and Pacific Historic Parks.
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