iNdex
“Across the Sea,” 178, 180, 318n102
activism. See political activism
Admissions Act of 1959, 260
Afghanistan War, 218, 245, 261
African American soldiers, 231–32,
326n35
aha‘aina, 239–41
“Ahi Wela,” 125, 305n72
Ahutoru, 67
Ai, Olana, 9, 331n2
“Aia i Hilo One,” 145
Aiala (dancer), 44, 45f, 79, 284n39
Aila, Louis, 239–40
Aiu, Maiki, 263–64
“Akahi Hoi,” 124, 306n74
Akaka, Akaiko, 8, 276n25
Akaka, Daniel, 257
Akaka Bill, 255–57, 331n3
Alama, Leilani, 249, 330n124
Alapa‘i, Ralph Ka‘ōnohiokalā, 8
Alaska, 184
Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition of
Seattle, 126, 269, 310n158
“Alekoki,” 224
Alfred, Duke of Edinburgh, 97
ali‘i. See chiefs
Allen, Steve, 209
Alloula, Malek, 78
“Aloha ‘Āina,” 301n6
“aloha” (as term), 8–9; as hospitality,
9–12, 276nn38–40, 278n43; as
mutuality, 260–61
Aloha Betrayed (Silva), 64, 300n4
Aloha Maids, 153–54, 155f, 170–80,
191; private lives of, 188, 190, 193,
201; wages of, 174, 191, 193, 316n64,
320n130
“Aloha ‘Oe,” 101–2, 123, 249, 300n180,
305n72
Alohikea, William, 114, 115f, 151
Aloma, Hal, 191, 193, 317n81
alternative politics. See counter-colonial
tactics of hula
Althusser, Louis, 17
American Guild of Variety Artists
(AgvA), 193
American Indians: assimilation of,
131, 308n117; dance performances
of, 74, 294n66; European tours of,
99; imagemaking of, 138, 300n136;
musical performance of, 114;
photographic records of, 229, 328n72
American Tragedy, An (Dreiser), 241
Ampey, Lulika Ferris. See Ferris, Lulika
Annexation Club, 62
Apaka, Alfred, 247, 249
Army Signal Corps, 226–28, 237, 327n54
Asians in Hawai‘i, 5, 10, 27, 108–10,
185–88, 222–23
Astor, Vincent, 177
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