Julie Stewart Williams For Hawaiians The Sea

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Julie Stewart Williams stated, “For Hawaiians the sea was intimate and familiar part of life.” She continued on to explain just how important it was to them. This loko i`a that the GE 100 class was helping to rebuild was once the grounds for fishing. The wall would be built around a certain section, and then a gate would be made of strong wood. This would allow small fish to enter the pond and then as they grew in the pond they would become too big to escape back out. The Hawaiians even proved to be miraculous engineers by designing the wall with a slight slope to lessen the energy of waves causing them to be fade.
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