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Missionaries to come to Hawai¿i. Along ¿Op¯ ¯ ukaha¿ia and other Kanaka with an even younger man named Hopu, ¿Op¯ youths signed on as hands on the whaling and merchant ships that passed ¯ ukaha¿ia learned English, ﬁrst aboard a ship through Hawai¿i nei. ¿Op¯ then in a series of schools in New England. S. ∏≥ Through their contact with these young men, along with their desire to travel to foreign lands and save heathen souls, Early Struggles with the Foreigners 31 the missionaries found Hawai¿i appealing.
Ai noa The ¿ai kapu (eating taboos) was a system of rules that speciﬁed that men do all the cooking, that men and women eat separately, and that certain foods, especially the kino lau (many physical forms) of certain male gods, be kapu to women. The system was established by the ancient mo¿olelo of W¯akea, who wanted to sleep with his daughter, Ho¿oh¯ok¯u- 28 Aloha Betrayed kalani, without his mate, Papah¯anaumoku, ﬁnding out. Thus a system of kapu, including the eating kapu, was put into place by W¯akea and his male kahuna that kept women out of the men’s eating house and kept men and women apart for a few nights each month.
Kamakau’s January 19, 1867, installment begins the section on white foreigners. Even here, Cook is not the ﬁrst. In the time of ¿Auanini (Kamakau did not speculate on the date), a ship of haole arrived; the captain was named Mololana, and his wife, named M¯araea, was on the ship as well. Kamakau says it is not known whether they settled in the islands or sailed away again. d. ∞∫ Kamakau dates K¯uali¿i’s life from 1555 to 1730 (these dates serve only as mere guides, however, because the Kanaka system of dating was based on genealogy rather than anything analogous to the European system of years).
Aloha Betrayed: Native Hawaiian Resistance to American Colonialism by Noenoe K. Silva