Portfolio Tag: 1960s

Surfing and Popular Culture

Several years after Freeth brought surfing to the U.S., Hawaiian swimmer Duke Kahanamoku' demonstrated surfing in Sydney, Australia. As a result of the efforts of Duke Kahanamoku' and George Freeth, the popularity of surfing began to grow, with modern surfing culture thriving in three Pacific regions: Hawaii, California, and Australia. In the 1960s surfing finally…
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