Uluhaimalama, legacies of Lili'uokalani : music and mana'o of Hawai'i's last queen
- by Allison Leialoha Milham.
- [Tallahassee, Fla.] : Great Basin Press, 2012.
- Physical description
- 1 box of assorted materials : ill. ; 32 x 32 cm.
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|DU627.4 .M55 2012 F||In-library use|
- Uncovering Hawai'i's past : beyond textbooks & travel guides / Mary Alice Ka'iulani Milham ; Allison Leialoha Milham
- Let the story be told/Hawaii: a nation under illegal U.S. occupation since
- Lei ku'e.
- Nationalism > Hawaii.
- Hawaii > History > Overthrow of the Monarchy, 1893.
- Hawaii > Annexation to the United States.
- Hawaii > History > Autonomy and independence movements.
- Liliuokalani, Queen of Hawaii, 1838-1917.
- Liliuokalani, Queen of Hawaii, 1838-1917. Songs. Selections.
- Human rights > Hawaii > History.
- Hawaii > Relations > United States.
- United States > Relations > Hawaii.
- Artists' books > Specimens.
- Artists' books > Florida.
- Artists' books.
- Publication date
- Title Variation
- Uncovering Hawai'i's past, beyond textbooks and travel guides
- Box contains: 1 sound disc (analog, 33 1/3 rpm; 12 in., with stencil portrait and liner notes), 1 booklet ( p., 21 cm.), 1 packet of 5 postcards (14 cm.); 1 lei-making kit (in envelope 10 x 6 cm.)
- Sound disc (phonograph) with stencil portrait entitled 'Onipa'a contains music by Queen Lili'uokalani, performed by Allison Leialoha Milham, Ian Weir, and Jon Copps: Mohala/Opening -- Ahe lau makani/There is a zephyr -- La'i au ē/Peaceful I am -- Ku'u pua i Paoakalani/My flower at Paoakalani -- Manu kapalulu/Quail -- Ke aloha o ka haku/The Queen's prayer -- Ke aloha 'āina/Love for the land -- Ka wiliwiliwai/The lawn sprinkler -- Sanoe/The mist -- Ka wai mapuna/The water spring -- Aloha 'oe/Farewell to thee -- 'Umia ke aloha i pa'a i loko/Persist in your deeply held love.
- "This booklet was created as a supporting component of the record release .... Fifty copies were letterpress printed and are included with the limited edition, box set release, the first ten of which are on handmade paper and the following forty, on French paper. An open edition, printed both letterpress and/or digitally also exists in varying formats. Endsheets feature a pattern made up of signatures from the Ku'e Anti-Annexation Petitions of 1897. Designed, printed and bound by Allison Leialoha Milham in Tallahassee, Florida, spring of 2012."--Booklet colophon
- 5 postcards letterpress printed by Great Basin Press with the slogan "Hawaii: a nation under illegal U.S. occupation since 1898" in a printed paper wrapper with paper sleeve which reads "Let the story be told" on one side and "Ha'ina 'ia mai ana ka puana" on the other.
- Lei-making kit in envelope labeled "Lei ku'e". "In this lei-making kit you will find 49 flowers printed with signatures from the Ku'e Anti-Annexation Petitions of 1897."--Kit instructions
- "This project was designed, printed and constructed by Allison Leialoha Milham in the spring of 2012 at Small Craft Advisory Press in the Facility for Arts Research, Florida State University, Tallahassee. ... Images and text were letterpress printed from photo-polymer plates and laser-engraved wood blocks on recycled papers made in the USA. Cover papers were handmade at the Lost Arch Papermill in Tuscaloosa, Alabama and all other paper is from the French Paper Company in Niles, Michigan. The typeface is Adobe Garamond and the hand lettering was done by Julia Denhoff. Stencils were cut on an Epilog Legend EXT. The booklet, stencil, postcard set and music are all available separately, in open editions and varying formats. This box set, however, exists in a limited edition of 50 copies, of which the first 10 are deluxe."--Colophon
- Special Collections & University Archives copy 1: No. 2/50. Binding: clamshell box with black leather spine and grey printed boards with insets for booklet, postcards, and kit.
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