Maui's Filipino History and Events
Left top: First generation plantation worker who suffered from tuberculosis, became a practical nurse and interpreter between physicians/nurses and patients at Kula Sanatorium, a tuberculosis hospital built in 1910. (Courtesy: P. Brown).
Right top: Filipina patients at Kula Sanatarium circa 1928 (Courtesy: M. Higa).
Left bottom: Circa 1920's , photo of Sugar Mill (Courtesy: R. Dobashi).
Right bottom: "Uncle" Fred Cordova's mother who started out in Hawai'i at the Hana Plantation. Also shown are his sisters (Courtesy: F. Cordova).