E Komo Mai,
Come, Come, Come,
Come Join us around the fire
​Feast on
Tales of the Lost Hawaiian

An Endangered Species
By Keihanaikukauakahihulihe'ekauanaele
and narrated by Lokelani Keihanaikukauakahihulihe'ekahauanele
Most people knew my late husband as Bruddah Kei or Uncle Kei.  I was married to him for the last 17 years of his life.  He is Kanaka Maoli who lived the way of his ancestors the best he could in the modern world.
Kei was very gifted at painting pictures with his words and wrote 400 short stories. He gave me the kuleana (responsibility) to publish should I choose to do so. 
 The first book in the series "Tales of the Lost Hawaiian", An Endangered Species" is under construction now.  

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Tales of the Lost Hawaiian ​is a compilation of stories from a member of the dominated Nation of Hawai'i.  The stories give insight into the cultural symbiosis, the sense of being and place and how Kei found personal balance within the opposing factors and belief systems faced by Kanaka Maoli.
 On the blog, I am just beginning to share Uncle Kei's written stories and wisdoms. You can find the blog by clicking on the blog button at the top of this page.

I look forward to finding you around the fire. 

Loke Keihanaikuakauakahihulihe'ekahaunaele

Email: lokelani@talesofthelosthawaiian.com

Keihanaikukauakahihulihe'ekahaunele was a fierce warrior fighting for the sovereign rights of the people of Hawai'i under the illegal occupation of the U.S. He fought for those less fortunate and the well being of all living creatures and the aina (the land and waters).  

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