Kīkīaola Facing Stones

Illustration

Kim Martins
by Joseph Patrick Gray
published on 28 August 2022

Facing stones in the Kīkīaola irrigation ditch, which is also known as the Menehune Ditch in Waimea, Kauai, Hawaii. Construction of the ditch is attributed to the Menehune - a mythical race of dimunitive Hawaiians.

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Gray, J. P. (2022, August 28). Kīkīaola Facing Stones. World History Encyclopedia. Retrieved from https://www.worldhistory.org/image/16300/kikiaola-facing-stones/

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