The Kuamoʻo Battlefield and Burial Grounds           PROTECTED IN PERPETUITY!

Aloha Kuamo‘o ‘Āina is a Hawai‘i center for cultural and ecological peace, with a mission to promote aloha ‘āina as consistent with the mo‘olelo and values of Kuamo‘o to achieve justice and peace for Hawai‘i’s people, environment, and the world.

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The Kuamoʻo Battlefield and Burial Grounds           PROTECTED IN PERPETUITY!

Aloha Kuamo‘o ‘Āina is a Hawai‘i center for cultural and ecological peace, with a mission to promote aloha ‘āina as consistent with the mo‘olelo and values of Kuamo‘o to achieve justice and peace for Hawai‘i’s people, environment, and the world.

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The Kuamoʻo Battlefield and Burial Grounds           PROTECTED IN PERPETUITY!

Aloha Kuamo‘o ‘Āina is a Hawai‘i center for cultural and ecological peace, with a mission to promote aloha ‘āina as consistent with the mo‘olelo and values of Kuamo‘o to achieve justice and peace for Hawai‘i’s people, environment, and the world.

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The Battle of 1819

kuamoobattleIn the 1819 Battle of Kuamo‘o, Hawaiian forces clashed over the traditional kapu religious system. The dispute pitted the forces of Kekuaokalani, nephew of Kamehameha I, who sought to preserve the traditional system, against his cousin, Liholiho (Kamehameha II), who had abandoned the kapu system. Liholiho was victorious, but many warriors from both sides perished in battle and were buried on the property, including Kekuaokalani and his wife, Chiefess Manono. With her dying breath, Chiefess Manono is said to have uttered “Mālama kō aloha”‐ “keep your love”‐ a plea to both sides that no matter what obstacles come to Hawai‘i, keep your love of one another.

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AKA In the News

August 24, 2016 – Civil Beat

Why Hawai’i’s Old Gods Live On by Peter Apo


 
July 11, 2016 – Star Advertiser

Youth Volunteers To Help Restore Big Isle battlefield


 
July 5, 2016 – Big Island Now

Kuamo‘o Restoration to Begin