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ANALYSIS OF A POLLEN SAMPLE FROM TMK (2) 4-6-007:013, PAKALA AHUPUA’A, LAHAINA DISTRICT, MAUI, HAWAII

Author(s): Linda Scott Cummings

Year: 2007

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Summary

A single pollen sample was submitted from TMK (2) 4-6-007:013, Pakala Ahupua’a,

Lahaina District, Maui, Hawaii for analysis. The pollen sample was derived from a core probe

excavated into a previous shovel test to a depth of between 75 and 105 centimeters.

The purpose of the project was to identify the possible location of a freshwater fish pond. The

fish pond was a component of a pre-contact and early contact period occupation consisting of

the fish pond, a moat and ceremonial island reserved for use by members of the indigenous

royalty.


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ANALYSIS OF A POLLEN SAMPLE FROM TMK (2) 4-6-007:013, PAKALA AHUPUA’A, LAHAINA DISTRICT, MAUI, HAWAII. Linda Scott Cummings. 2007 ( tDAR id: 379550) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8H994PK


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