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Kealakekua

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Land section, Hōnaunau and Kailua qds.; village, Kailua qd.; bay (where Captain Cook was killed), trail, and underwater State park (315 acres) extending from Kaʻawaloa lighthouse to Manini Point, Hōnaunau qd., Hawaiʻi. Literally, pathway [of] the god. There were many heiau on the road from Kealakekua to Kailua; Thrum listed 40 (Restarick). It was believed that a god slid down a cliff here leaving an imprint, and that the gods often slid here in order to cross the bay quickly (Wilkes 90, 184).

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