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Lana‘i Ranch: The People of Ko‘ele and Keomuku

Sally Sakamoto Matsuoka

Sally Sakamoto Matsuoka

“The good impression that I have, and I still remember, is the beautiful phlox flowers that they planted, you know, in a circular form in that area where you had the community bath and the bathrooms, where the pool hall or the rec room used to be, you know. And the nice hibiscus hedges and the pine trees, the cool air, and the once-in-a-while kind of fog that used to come down the hillside.” —Sally Sakamoto Matsuoka

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