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Never Lost: Polynesian Navigation

 Learn how Polynesians ventured across the vastness of the Pacific guided only by their senses and their oral traditions. At the Never Lost website, follow a crew of experts in the Hawaiian community of outrigger canoers who are keeping Polynesian
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 Learn how Polynesians ventured across the vastness of the Pacific guided only by their senses and their oral traditions. At the Never Lost website, follow a crew of experts in the Hawaiian community of outrigger canoers who are keeping Polynesian wayfinding techniques alive.

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