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In Hawaiian mythology, Paliuli is the equivalent of the Garden of Eden, a legendary paradise and the home of Princess Laieikawai (Lā'i.e.-i-ka-wai). It was used for several place names, including a sugar mill owned by Henry Perrine Baldwin.
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- The Hawaiian Romance of Laieikawaie, Martha Beckwith, translator. Columbia University, 1917.