Mo'olelo: Oral Histories of the Portuguese in Hawai'i (DVD)
Produced, Directed and Edited by Fr. Luis Proença, S.J.

Mo'olelo - Oral Histories of the Portuguese in Hawai'i (Na Mo'olelo o na Pukiki ma Hawai'i nei) is an extended oral-history collection, captured on DVD and presented on the web for long-term preservation. This digital archive features more than ten hours of videotaped oral stories of the Portuguese descendents in Hawaii speaking about their traditions, personal stories, food recipies, music traditions and much more.

The interviewees/storytellers are second, third, forth and fifth generation Portuguese descendents living in Hawai'i (ages twelve to ninety). They range from ranch owners to high-school students, and represent a strong cross-section of all Portuguese in Hawai'i. The Islands included are: Oahu, Maui, Hawai'i and Kauai.

Mo’olelo – Oral Histories of the Portuguese in Hawai’i” © 2004 -  Oral Interviews of the Portuguese Americans in Hawaii with a duration of 8 hours.  The audio section is been Broadcast on K.N.U.I. 900 AM, Maui since August 2003 until middle of 2004.

ISBN 0-9779707-2-8,  Los Angeles: Arrupe Productions, 2006. Distributed by Hope Media Productions.


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