Pilipo Solatorio Recalls 1946 Tsunami in Halawa

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“I can still hear it and see it… that was the most frightening experience for me… I was six and a half years old.” ~ Anakala Pilipo Solatorio

Anakala Pilipo Solatorio’s emotional recollection of the tsunami in Halawa Valley will move you to tears. Fifty generations of his ohana have lived in Halawa Valley. Oral histories are passed on from generation to generation. This is one of them.

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