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HAWAIIAN LEGEND

IT IS THE LEGEND IN HAWAII THAT AT A CERTAIN WINDY PLACE IN THE
MOUNTAINS CALLED THE PALI, KING KAMAIAMAIA AND HIS GREAT ARMY
PUSHED THE ARMY OF THE LOCAL ISLAND ENEMY OFF THE OPPOSITE CLIFF
AND TODAY THERE STILL REMAINS THE SCRAPED LOOK ON THE SIDE OF THE
MOUNTAIN WHERE THEY ENEMY FELL OFF.

Where learned: MICHIGAN ; DETROIT

Subject headings: PROSE NARRATIVE -- Formation
ART CRAFT ARCHITECTURE -- Occupation War

Date learned: 01-30-1968

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