The cumulative effort of writers, photographers, resource persons and kupuna (under the direction of the ‘Onipa‘a Centennial Committee with support from the Office of Hawaiian Affairs) captures the memories of the centennial events marking the January 17, 1893 overthrow of the Hawaiian monarchy. Through pictures and words, ‘Onipa‘a conveys the emotions, grief, hope and spiritual renewal experienced by those who participated.

Author: Various Contributors