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Hawaiian Hula Powerpoint

  1. 1. 500 - 750 A.D.Migrations from the Marquesas (Nukuhiwa)
  2. 2. Voyage to the Hawaiian islands
  3. 3. 1000 - 1150 A.D.Migrations from Tahiti
  4. 4. Heiau, ancient Hawaiian temple
  5. 5. 1758 Pai`ea Kamehameha born in Kohala (son of Keoua and Keku`i`apoiwa)
  6. 6. 1778- First recorded foreign contact with arrivalof Captain James Cook.Introduction of diseases which decimate native Hawaiian population.
  7. 7. Cooks arrival coincided with the celebration of the annual makahiki, a month-long festivalhonoring Lono, god of agriculture and fertility. Hawaiian legends had predicted that Lono, one of the four primary gods of the Hawaiian pantheon, would one day return to Hawaii. Many believethat Cook was treated with respectful deference as he was probably thought to be the returningLono. In this image, the kahana nui (high priest) honors Cook with an offering of a young pig as part of the kava ceremony.
  8. 8. A Man of the Sandwich Islands, Dancing (January 1779)
  9. 9. 1795 - Battle at Nu`uanu - Kamehamehaconquers O`ahu and unites Hawaiian islands under his rule
  10. 10. DANCE OF THE FEMALES IN THE SANDWICH ISLANDS 1816
  11. 11. DANCE OF THE MALES IN THE SANDWICH ISLANDS 1816
  12. 12. 1852 PRINT OF A DANCE OF THE SANDWICH ISLANDS
  13. 13. 1820- Calvinist missionaries arrive from New England. Hula goes underground due to influence ofmissionaries values on Hawaiian rulers to ban the "lewd and lascivious" dance.
  14. 14. 1848- Foreign system of private land ownership ispromoted by non-native Hawaiians. Results in Mahele,where land is divided among the people, government, and the King.
  15. 15. 1886- King Kalakaua 50thBirthday Jubilee Celebration
  16. 16. 1893- Queen Lili`uokalani is overthrown byforeign powers organized as "Committee of Safety”
  17. 17. 1895- Attempts to restore the monarchy result in Wilcox Rebellion. Queen Lili`uokalani is arrested and imprisoned at `Iolani Palace.
  18. 18. 1896- Hawaiian language is banned in all Hawai`i schools, public and private.
  19. 19. 1897- Native Hawaiians oppose proposedannexation and petition U.S. President and Congress.
  20. 20. 1898- Hawai`i is annexed as Territory to United States under bill signed by U.S. President William McKinley.
  21. 21. Hula Kahiko (traditional)
  22. 22. Academy of Hawaiian Arts dance hula kahiko championing the perpetuity of the Hawaiian race, "Hanohano Niihau i Ka Malie."
  23. 23. Halau Na Lei Kaumaka O Uka dance a stately sitting hula using ili ili (hand stones) in the Merrie Monarch competition
  24. 24. Hula Halau O Kamuela dance in the Merrie Monarch competition
  25. 25. Hula Kahiko (traditional)
  26. 26. Ka Pa Hula O Ka Lei Lehua dance a sitting hula in competition
  27. 27. Hālau Hula a Kawika Lāua `o Leinani
  28. 28. Hawaiian hula auana
  29. 29. Hawaiian hula auana
  30. 30. Hawaiian hula auana
  31. 31. Hula Halau O Kamuela in Hula auana competition
  32. 32. Halau Hula Olana in Hula auana competition
  33. 33. Hawaiian hula hyperlinks http://www.geocities.com/~olelo/o-h-hula.html http://www.huna.org/html/a-khula.html http://www.checkitouthawaii.com/explore/features /the_art_of_hula.htmlhttp://209.85.173.104/search?q=cache:sAucDmo2eJkJ:www.english-avenue.com/lesson_pdfs/27-hula.pdf+hula+kahiko+photo&hl=en&ct=clnk&cd=32&gl=us&client=safari

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