"The ʻahuʻula and mahiole left their homeland at the end of the season of Lono in 1779 and the memory they hold in their very fiber is that of a healthy, abundant, sovereign society," Mehanaokalā Hind, director of community engagement at the Office of Hawaiian Affairs and a lineal descendant of Kalani'ōpu'u, said in a statement. "They will be returning home to the Hawaiian archipelago in that same season of the year 237 years later, at a time when Native Hawaiians are making strides in the health and well-being of our people. They will serve as a physical reminder to help guide Native Hawaiians in their pursuit of a thriving society."Feathered Cloak and Helmet of Kalani'ōpu'u Return to Hawai'i after 237 Years - NBC News
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Feathered Cloak and Helmet of Kalani'ōpu'u Return to Hawai'i after 237 Years - NBC News
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