KA HAKU, KA MAKUA E

Translator: Samuel A. Keala, 1906-1969

(no biographical information available about Samuel A. Keala, 1906-1969.) Go to person page >

Author: John Greenleaf Whittier, 1807-1892

Whittier, John Greenleaf, the American Quaker poet, was born at Haverhill, Massachusetts, Dec. 17, 1807. He began life as a farm-boy and shoemaker, and subsequently became a successful journalist, editor and poet. In 1828 he became editor of the American Manufacturer (Boston), in 1830 of the New England Review, and an 1836 (on becoming Secretary to the American Anti-Slavery Society) of the Pennsylvania Freeman. He was also for some time, beginning with 1847, the corresponding editor of the National Era. In 1840 he removed to Amesbury, Massachusetts, where most of his later works have been written. At the present time [1890] he lives alternately at Amesbury and Boston. His first poetical piece was printed in the Newburyport Free Press in 182… Go to person page >

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First Line: Ka Haku, ka Makua E
Title: KA HAKU, KA MAKUA E
English Title: Dear Lord and Father of Mankind
Translator: Samuel A. Keala, 1906-1969
Author: John Greenleaf Whittier, 1807-1892
Language: Hawaiian
Publication Date: 1972
Copyright: This text may still be under copyright because it was published in 1972.

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