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Keiki o ka ‘Aina

October 2, 2012
By LAUREL MURPHY ( , For The Maui News

I was blessed a while ago to stand at an exalted spot in Huelo, seen these days by few. Once 800 acres, it was on the property of a local family, acquired through the industry of an immigrant ancestor, whose ox team supplied the ditch-building efforts of the 1870s, and his equally hardworking descendants.



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