First settlers on Hawai'i
True/False: Hawai'i's history is given orally because no absolute statements can be made
probably the first people to arrive on Hawai'i
when the Marquesans arrived on Hawai'i
second wave of Hawaiians that arrived on Hawai'i
when the Tahitians arrived on Hawai'i
evidence of Hawaiians as master navigators
settlers most likely lived on this side of the island
True/False: when settling, the Hawaiians stayed far away from a clean fresh water source and the ocean
True/False: the aha council believed that the oldest of the population were the wisest and therefore the most fit to govern people
this constituted 80% of the Hawaiians diet
this replaced kalo in dry parts of the islands
resembles male phallic symbol and cannot be eaten by women
considered to be the most efficient source of food and technologically advanced thing made by the Hawaiians
True/False: Hawaiians wore clothes that was made by women only, from the lauhala and wake plants
True/False: Expansion period began and ended from 800-1200 AD
The safest person besides the ali'i to set with during a famine
ali'i's best friend
male eating house
female eating house
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