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An Ahupua'a Study: The 1971 Archaeological Work at Kaloko Ahupua'a North Kona, Hawai'i: Archaeology at Kaloko-Honokohau National Historical Park

Author(s): Ross Cordy ; Joseph Tainter ; Robert Renger ; Robert Hitchcock

Year: 1991

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In 1970, Robert Renger, then a graduate student at the University of California at Santa Barbara (UCSB), conducted an intensive archaeological survey in the seaward portions of a land unit (ahupua'a) called Kaloko, located in North Kana on Hawai'i Island (Fig. I). This survey was one of Hawaii's early contract archaeology projects, undertaken for Huehue Ranch, the landowner, which was then planning a development in seaward Kaloko. Eighty-nine sites were identified between the Queen Ka'abumanu Highway and the shore (Renger 1970). The following year, during the summer of 1971, a second season of fieldwork took place, funded by Huehue Ranch.


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An Ahupua'a Study: The 1971 Archaeological Work at Kaloko Ahupua'a North Kona, Hawai'i: Archaeology at Kaloko-Honokohau National Historical Park. Ross Cordy, Joseph Tainter, Robert Renger, Robert Hitchcock. Publications in Anthropology ,58. Tucson, Arizona: Western Acheological and Conservation Center. 1991 ( tDAR id: 4297) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8GT5KGS


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Temporal Coverage

Calendar Date: 900 to 1930


Spatial Coverage

min long: -156.042; min lat: 19.667 ; max long: -156.013; max lat: 19.692 ;

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