Monday, August 07, 2006

Hawaii Update

Two Narra trees were planted in the Magic Island side not so far from the water “to symbolize the arrival of the Filipinos, especially the first 15 Sakadas from the Ilocos who embarked from the SS Doric on December 20, 1906, and later moved to work at the Ola’a Plantation in the Big Island.

Daytoy man ti salaysay ti kalaingan a mannalaysay iti Hawaii, ni apo Amado Yoro...(BASAEN DITOY TI NAYONNA...)

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

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jim agpalo, jr. said...

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