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Exploring Historic Upcountry


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Exploring Historic Upcountry

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Covering the fertile crescent stretching from the cane fields of central Maui to the high slopes of Haleakala, Exploring Historic Upcountry offers a treasury of sites and stories, including Komoda Store, the Molina Brothers Orchestra in the mid-30's, a 1937 May Day Fete at Maui High School, and a look at Lower Paia devestated by the tsunami of 1946. From Kaiku to Ulupalakua, Exploring Historic Upcountry tells a tale of sugar barons and shopkeepers, hard-working plantation families and hard-riding Hawaiian cowboys. Foreword written by fourth generation rancher Peter Baldwin of Haleakala Ranch. Part of the Small Town Series of guidebooks.

Softcover, 128 pp.
Author: Jill Engledow
Release Date: August 2001