The Hula Hulas on Horseback

In 1893, a crowd watched four “hula-hula girls” ride their horses and parade through the Golden Gate Park, San Francisco. The Native Hawaiian women wore their Hawaiian riding costumes: their long skirts draped over their horses, and a straw hat with a wreath of flowers crowned their heads. As they passed people, they greeted, “Aloha!”

Read more about these Native Hawaiian horseback riders in “The Hula Hulas.”

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