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Place Names of Hawaiʻi,

Gulch near Lāʻie Maloʻo, Oʻahu. Lit., gusty.


Hawaiʻi Place Names,

Beach, beach park (15.5 acres), Hauʻula, Oʻahu. Calcareous sand beach on either side of Kokololio Stream. During the early 1900s two prominent island families, the Castles and the Cookes, bought adjacent lots here and built country homes on them. In 1953 the Castles sold their home to the Zion Securities Company, the business branch of the Mormon Church, who used the area as a campsite. The Cookes eventually sold their home to the Catholic Youth Organization (CYO), which also used the area as a campsite. In 1988 and 1991 respectively, the City and County of Honolulu bought the two parcels of land to create Kokololio Beach Park. The beach park is on the south side of Kokololio Stream. Also known as Kākela. Lit., gusty, or rapidly flowing water.

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