LEGENDS ENSHROUD TEMPLES OF HAWAII; Ruined Heiaus Where the Natives Worshiped Lie Underbrush.
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Special Correspondence of THE NEW YORK TIMES. September 30, 1928.
Section Editorial, Page 61, Column.
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HONOLULU, Sept. 14.–Scattered throughout the length and breadth of Hawaii, the great heiaus erected in the dim past as temples where the natives worshiped lie undisturbed and almost unknown today, monuments molded in gigantic form by a vanished race of giant people.
1. 1928.09.30 – The New York Times