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McKinzie, Edith Kawelohea

  
Kupuna Name:
McKinzie, Edith Kawelohea
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Kawelohea ( )
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Brief Biographical Summary:
Edith Kawelohea McKinzie began learning hula, music, and Hawaiian language at home with her family on the island of O`ahu. She was encouraged in hula by her aunt Mary who had been a dancer for the famed Kumu Hula Anton Ka``. Her formal training in ancient hula and chant began with Joseph `ll`ole, and continued with Eleanor Hiram Hoke, whose grandmother was Keaka Kanahele. She also studied with Hoakalei Kamau`u who had been trained by `Iolani Luahine. Auntie Edith is well-known as an educator, genealogist, author, and historian and continues to give to the community through her involvement in festivals, research projects, and hula competitions.

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