50 voices of statehood

other than the Statehood Commission: Fifty People to Interview on Statehood History 1. Abigail Kawananakoa – Kingdom 2. Ah Quon McElrath – Union 3. Brickwood Galuteria – Radio Personality 4. Bumpy Kanahele – Activist 5. Charlie Maxwell- maui storyteller 6. Cobey Black- Reporter 7. Dan Akaka – Senator 8. Dan Inouye – Senator 9. Daniel Martinez- Military History 10. Don McDiarmid – Scottish Cultural Center/ Hula records 11. Dr. Fred Dodge – Health care, activist 12. Eddie Kamae- music historian 13. Elmer Cravalho –maui Legislative 14. Frank Fasi -Govt 15. George Ariyoshi- Govt 16. George Makuau- sweet potato farmer 17. Gerry Ornellas – Land Rights Activist 18. Guy Nakamoto Farmer 19. Jack Suwa – Legislature, labor 20. Jerry Lopez – Surfer 21. Jim Burns- Judge 22. Jimmy Duvauchelle- ranch foreman Molokai Ranch 23. John de Mello- Mountain Apple 24. John Waihee – Govt 25. Karen Keawe Hawai’I, Entertainer 26. Kats Miho – Judge, 442nd 27. Kekuni Blaisdell, NH Health, Activist 28. Lehua Kinilau- Legal 29. Lilikala Kame’elehiwa-Historian 30. Makia Malo- Molokai storyteller 31. Maliki Kanahele- musician, Niihau history 32. Mililani Trask – Legal 33. Nainoa Thompson- son of Pinky Thompson, Hokule’a 34. Nalani Olds- Story Teller 35. Noenoe Silva – Historian 36. Palani Vaughn – Musician 37. Pat Namaka Bacon 38. Paula Akuna – Merri Monarch Hula Festival Host 39. Puakea Nogelmeier- Hawaiian Language 40. Samuel King, Fed Judge, Political Family 41. Satoru Abe- Artist 42. Stacy Helm – sister of George Helm 43. Stanley Hara – legilator, agriculture 44. Thurston Twigg-Smith – Historian, Advertiser 45. Tom Coffman- Historian 46. Tom Gill – politiian 47. Tommy Trask- ILWU, sports 48. Toshio Serizawa – HVB, Ter. Leg. 49. Walter Heen – Judge, political family 50. Walter Ritte- activist 51. William S. Richardson – Burns’L.G., Judge 52. Woody Fern – Storyteller]]>

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