by Greg J. Liu (Author), B. A. Liu (Editor)
Compelling, true short-story of a young Chinese-Hawaiian woman growing up in early 1900's Oahu.
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The personal insights in this detailed account truly bring 'pre-statehood' Hawaiian history alive.
This book covers the time period from the very early 1900's up to the present. It's a fun, warm, and interesting glimpse into the personal lives and thoughts of those living through the events of this place and time.
Please See Below for Author's Description of this Book:
This book chronicles the life and times of my grandmother, Odelian Ku'ulei, who was born on Oahu in 1910. She lived through many of the interesting and historical events of her era.
Some of these include working at the Dole Pineapple Cannery, serving as Governess for the family of Vice President of Castle & Cooke, the attack on Pearl Harbor, the assassination of JFK, and much more.
Her life and legacy live on in this account, as well as in the lives of her many children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren, and all of those whom she touched with her love, compassion, generosity and graciousness.
She lived with much Aloha and we all love and miss you deeply our dear Granny! - Also included in this book are the lyrics to the song, "Ku'ulei" which was written in her honor.