- Author:Ilima Loomis
- Publisher:Island Heritage Publishing (June 1, 2006)
- Pages:148 pages
- Subcategory:Travelers & Explorers
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Learn about the books of author Ilima Loomis: Rough Riders: Hawaii’s Paniolo and Their Stories, Ka’imi’s First Round-Up, & Eclipse Chaser: Science in the Moon's Shadow. Paniolo have ridden the misty mountain jungles, high plains and rugged volcanic slopes of remote Hawaii for more than 175 years, adapting the craft of western cowboys to the unique conditions of the islands – from swimming cattle to boats for shipment, to dodging lava tubes. Coming from a rainbow of ethnic groups that made Hawaii their home, these brave men of the islands challenged wild bulls, wild horses, and wild lands in pursuit of success and adventure.
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It’s Rough Riders: Hawai’i’s Paniolo and their Stories by Ilima Loomis. Members who are knowledgeable about this destination and volunteer their time to answer travelers' questions. Beyond destination forums. It’s well written, fascinating, has great photos, and I highly recommend it to learn more about the Big Island that you visit. Report inappropriate content.
Let me tell you the story of how Paniolo Pete got his name. Their backgrounds couldn’t have been more different, but they were like brothers. It had all started more than 100 years before in the days of King Kamehameha the Great. Keala always referred to Pete as his hanai (adopted) brother, and I reckon Pete felt the same way about Keala. It was the Kahiona family who really helped Pete expand his coffee business. It was also Keala’s family that helped Pete increase his herd.
The Rough Riders was a nickname given to the 1st United States Volunteer Cavalry, one of three such regiments raised in 1898 for the Spanish–American War and the only one to see combat. The United States Army was small, understaffed, and disorganized in comparison to its status during the American Civil War roughly thirty years prior.
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Continue reading the main story. At family-owned Ulupalakua, said Ilima Loomis, the author of two books on the paniolo who lives in nearby Haiku: They still have cowboys on their payroll living in the ranch housing. Supported by. Continue reading the main story. In Maui’s Upcountry, Where the Paniolo Roam. During plantation days, that’s how it was.
In "Rough Riders," Hawaiis cowboys share tales of old Hawaii in their own words, while local writer Ilima Loomis explains how ranching developed in the distant islands of the Pacific.