“Understanding Variability of Settlement and Subsistence in Ancient Miloli`i, Napali, Kaua`i”

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“Understanding Variability of Settlement and Subsistence in Ancient Miloli`i, Napali, Kaua`i”

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July 19, 2016 6:00 pm

Kauai Museum, 4428 Rice St, Lihue

Kauai Museum, 4428 Rice St, Lihue

(808) 245-6931

(808) 245-6931

Learn how have we have affected and are affected by our island environment and join in the discussion, why does the variability between our Hawaiian islands remain under-studied?

Talk Story with Dr. Jennifer Kahn College of William and Mary, Virginia

“Recent archaeological excavations at Miloli`i, kaua`i are discussed to provide a chronological seguence of site construction and use. Dr. Kahn will outline elements of human-environmental interactions from the settlement period to pot-contact highlighting the degree to which inter-and-intra island variability remain relatively under-studeied in the Hawaiian context.”

Light refreshments will be served.

Sponsored by State of Hawai`i DLNR; Hawai`i State Parks;  Kaua`i Historical Society; and Kaua`i Museum.

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