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HHK Chapter 7

History of the Hawaiian Kingdom Vocab

vocational work-related
ali'i chiefs
maka'ainana common people
genealogists people who study family histories
pi'apa alphabet
primers elementary textbooks for teaching children to read
proclamations official public announcements
job printing small printing projects such as flyers and cards
seminary a school, usually for training ministers
palapala printed matter
exhibition show
procession a group moving in an orderly, formal manner
konohiki head of an ahupua'a
kihei cape made of kapa (bark cloth), worn over one shoulder and tied in a knot
pa'u kapa (bark cloth) skirt
genealogies family trees, showing the descent of families from their ancestors; family histories
toiled worked hard
rudiments basic skills
missionaries preachers and teachers who try to convert others to their religion
Created by: Mr. Falk