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Ka Moolelo O Ka Moi Kalakaua I (The History of King Kalakaua I)

By: J. J. Williams
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Kaua Kuloko 1895

By: Robert W. Wilikoki
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Na Mele Aimoku

By: Hawaiian Historical Society

...The Hawaiian Language Reprint Series was established by the Hawaiian Historical Society to make available to students and scholars books that were printed in the Hawaiian language during the 19th and early 20th centuries. Most ha...

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Iosepa Kaho'Oluhi Nawahiokalani'Opu'U

By: William H. Wilson
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Ke Aupuni Moi

By: Samuel Manaiakalani Kamakau Kamehameha School Press

...This book is the second half of Samuel Manaiakalani Kamakau’s landmark text on the history of Kamehameha and the kingdom he established. Written in Hawaiian as a serial column over three years, it ran from October 20, 1866, to October 14, 1869, in two consecutive Hawaiian newspapers: Kuokoa and Ke Au Okoa. ...

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Ka Hana Lawaia a Me Na Ko’A O Na Kai ‘Ewalu Vol. 2

By: Kepa Maly

...Summary of detailed findings from research on the history of fishing practices and marine fisheries of the Hawaiian islands compiled from: native Hawaiian traditions, historical accounts, government communications, kama?aina testimony and ethnography...

...In a traditional Hawaiian context, nature and culture are one and the same, there is no division between the two. The wealth and limitations of the land and ocean resources gave birth to, and shaped the Hawaiian world view. The ?aina (land)...

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David Kalakaua

By: Ruby Hasegawa Lowe

...This volume contains the history of Hawaii's last reigning king, David Kalakaua. It covers all the way from the beginning (birth) of David Kalakaua, his time as king, and all the way to his death. A highly respected man of his time, this book was w...

...'s name translates literally as "The Day [of] Battle." As his life matched his name, King David Kalakaua's reign was very much a daily battle between Hawaiian traditions and values and Western influences.After his death this king has come to be recognized as a "renaissance man," a modern man of many talents and interests. However, in life his heart was like that of his for...

...kaua Rex -- 13 -- Kapiolani -- 17 -- The Merrie Monarch -- 21 -- Kalakaua, the Renaissance Man -- 27 Music -- 27 Writing -- 33 -- Technology -- 36 -- History -- 41 -- Fashion -- 45 -- Kalakaua and the Reciprocity Treaty -- 46 -- Iolani Palace -- 50 -- Kalakaua, the World Traveler -- 55 -- Crowns for a King and Queen -- 62 -- The King's Birthday -- 66 -- Claus Spreckels -- ...

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To Honor Mau

By: Gary T. Kubota

...age to deliver a double-hulled sailing canoe thousands of miles as a gift to renowned wayfinding navigator Mau Piailug of Satawal, Micronesia. Native Hawaiians delivered the canoe to express their gratitude to Mau for sharing his knowledge of non- instrument navigation 30 years ago, reviving their sailing culture. Courtesy of Polynesian Voyaging Society This map of the Pac...

...Out of the Northeast Pacific, out of the Hawaiian Islands, of the gods Papa of Earth and Wakea of Water, forged by the fire goddess Pele, came the double-hulled sailing canoes Hokulea and Alingano Maisu. Mai na Koolau Mai Hawaii pae aina Ma o Papa me Wakea Ma o Pele...

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Ruling Chiefs of Hawaii

By: S. M. Kamakau

... of Samuel Kamakau's Ruling Chiefs of Hawaii was published by Kamehameha Schools Press. Many contributed to make its publication possible. A group of Hawaiian scholars was first selected by the trustees of Bishop Museum to translate Kamakau's florid literary style into readable English. The group included Mary Kawena Pukui, Thomas G. Thrum, Lahilahi Webb, Emma Davidson Tay...

...Many famous chiefs, mentioned in Hawaiian history, were descended from Hana-laa-nui. The ruling chiefs (noho alii) of Hawaii were of that particular lineage (mookuauhau), and with additions from those of the other islands, the genealogy of Hawaii's chiefs an...

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Kamehameha V : Lot Kapuaiwa

By: Rosalin Uphus Comeau

...n for Kamehameha Schools Intermediate Reading Program (KSIRP) students. They are designed to increase students' reading skills and their knowledge of Hawaiian history and culture by focusing on topics such as the Hawaiian monarchy. The books are written by KSIRP staff in an effort to provide young readers with culturally relevant materials in language arts and Hawaiian st...

... -- Preference for Britain. 41 -- Opposed to Annexation. 45 -- The Sugar Industry. 48 -- No Reciprocity Treaty. 52 -- Other Products to Export. 55 -- Hawaiian Population Decreases. 57 -- Workers from China and Japan. 64 -- Natural Disasters. 68 -- Buildings for Honolulu. 73 -- Kamehameha V's Social Life. 79 -- Country Homes. 81 -- Kamehameha Day. 85 -- The Royal Hawaiian B...

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Ho'Oulu : Our Time of Becoming : Collected Early Writings of Manulani Aluli Meyer

By: Manulani Aluli Meyer

...Hawaiian Culture: Alive, Relevant and Ready. 4 -- A New Standard in Hawaiian Education. 7 -- Developing Our Human Potential. 11 -- Missionary Influence on Hawai?i's Educational Philosophy. 20 -- John Dewey and Hawaiian Aesthe...

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From the Mountains to the Sea-Early Hawaiian Life

By: Julie Stewart Williams

...s originally written by faculty in a Kamehameha reading program. The books were designed to increase students' reading skills and their knowledge of Hawaiian history and culture by focusing on topics such as the Hawaiian monarchy. Some of these books have been translated from their original English into Hawaiian through the efforts of the staff of the Kamehameha Schools ...

...ve hundred years ago. What do you suppose life in the islands was like then? How do you think people survived? From the Mountains to the Sea: Early Hawaiian Life will help answer these questions. It will give us a glimpse of our early Hawaiian ancestors. We will see where they lived and how they lived. We will learn about their close ties to nature. By observing thei...

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Princess Bernice Pauahi Bishop

By: Julie Stewart Williams

...es originally written by faculty in a Kamehameha reading program. The books were designed to increase students' reading skills and their knowledge of Hawaiian history and culture by focusing on topics such as the Hawaiian monarchy. Some of these books have been translated from their original English into Hawaiian through the efforts of the staff of the Kamehameha Schools ...

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Kamehameha the Great

By: Julie Stewart Williams

...es originally written by faculty in a Kamehameha reading program. The books were designed to increase students’ reading skills and their knowledge of Hawaiian history and culture by focusing on topics such as the Hawaiian monarchy. Some of these books have been translated from their original English into Hawaiian through the efforts of the staff of the Kamehameha Schools H...

...ved a very public life of action, courage, wisdom and justice. He brought together the smaller separate island chiefdoms, uniting them into one great Hawaiian nation. Under his later leadership people lived peaceful and productive lives. Kamehameha the Great was written to tell young readers about the first ruler of all Hawai?i. It is based upon traditional and historical ...

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Mo'Olelo Polenesia

By: Kapulani Antonio
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Jonah Kuhio Kalanianaole

By: Kawika K. Burgess
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Ka Puke Mo'Olelo O Hon, Iosepa K. Nawahi

By: J. G. M. Sheldon
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Ka Hae Hoonani (The Banner of Praise)

By: Paiia Ma Nu Yoka
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Ka Moolelo O Heneri Opukahaia (The History of Henry Obookiah)

By: Hawaiian Historical Society
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Kamehameha IV : Alexander Liholiho

By: Ruby Hasegawa Lowe

...ies originally written by faculty in a Kamehameha reading program. The books were designed to increase students reading skills and their knowledge of Hawaiian history and culture by focusing on topics such as the Hawaiian monarchy. Some of these books have been translated from their original English into Hawaiian through the efforts of the staff of the Kamehameha Schools ...

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