Honors Hawaiian History Summary.docx - Kaeden Shim P.2 The Hawaiians believed that their mana couldn’t be created or destroyed but it could be passed

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Kaeden Shim P.2 The Hawaiians believed that their mana couldn’t be created or destroyed, but it could be passed down through heritage. Most of their knowledge came in the form of mo’olelo or stories. They also passed information down through their various chants. We learned that the vocal knowledge of the Hawaiians was very accurate. Through the genealogies people believed that the Hawaiians arrived in 200 AD. In the beginning this was not believed by many scientists because the carbon dating showed it to be much more recent. As the years went on the scientist found things that pointed toward the genealogies being closer to the truth. The carbon
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