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Title:   Hawaiian Antiquities (Moolelo Hawaii)
Author:   Malo, Davida, 1795-1853; Emerson, Nathaniel Bright, 1839-1915
Publisher:   Honolulu, Hawaiian Gazette Co., Ltd.
Language:   English
Date:   1903
Subjects:   Hawaii -- History, Ethnology -- Hawaii, Travel
Collections:   American Libraries Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0000772758
Format Type:   PDF (eBook)
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... GIFT OF HAWAIIAN ANTIQUITIES (MOOLELO HAWAII) BY foJJU^-' DAVID MALO Translated from the Hawaiian BY DR. N. B. ... ...JU^-' DAVID MALO Translated from the Hawaiian BY DR. N. B. EMERSON HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS HONOLULU HAWAIIAN GAZETTE CO., Ltd. 1903 IX \ ? Ho JBc... ...nd human distinction that, even at this short remove from the life of one of Hawaii's most distinguished sons, it is with no little difficulty that on... ...and his wife Heone, and was born at the seaside town of Keauhou, North Kona, Hawaii, not many miles distant from the historic bay of Kealakeakua, wher... ...ti- mate acquaintance with the history, traditions, legends and myths of old Hawaii, as well as with the meles, pules and oJis that be- long to the hu... ... 73. The people who sat up with the chief until day-break (to carry-on, tell stories, gossip, or perhaps play some game, like konane. TRANSLATOR) ) we...
 
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Title:   A Narrative of a Tour through Hawaii, Or Owhyhee : With Remarks on the History, Traditions, Manners, Customs, And Language of the Inhabitants of the Sandwich Islands
Author:   Ellis, William, 1794-1872
Publisher:   Honolulu; Hawaiian Gazette Co., Ltd.
Language:   English
Date:   1917
Subjects:   Missions -- Hawaii, Ethnology -- Hawaii, Hawaii -- Description and travel
Collections:   American Libraries Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0001042876
Format Type:   PDF (eBook)
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...nds. The Advertiser Historical Series No. 2 A Narrative of a Tour through Hawaii, or Owhyhee; with remarks on the History, Traditions, Manners, Custo... ...int of the London 1827 Edition) With an Introduction By Lorrin A. Thurston Hawaiian Gazette Co., Ltd. Honolulu, Hawaii, 1917 3 INTRODUCTION BY LORR... ...growing demand, both on the part of permanent residents of and visitors to Hawaii, for specific informa- tion concerning the history of Hawaii, more p... ... the laws of civilization be- came established. A comprehensive history of Hawaii has yet to be written. Its compilation will involve a vast amount of... ...cipants. Alexander's History, written for public school purposes, the best Hawaiian history now available, is necessarily condensed. Other books beari... ...cted for Tamehanieha; appears well built, is forty feet by twenty, has two stories, and is divided into four rooms by strong boarded partitions. It wa... ...orated with their traditions of its supernatural inhabitants, and fabulous stories of their romantic ad- ventures, that we found no small difficulty i... ...r traditions, though it is among the least marvellous of the many fabulous stories we have met with, and the truth may easily be separated from the fi... ... erected in the island of Oahu, a stone house, sixty feet by thirty, three stories high, with a spacious cellar underneath. The inside of the house he...
 
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Title:   A narrative of a tour through Hawaii, or Owhyhee : with remarks on the history, traditions, manners, customs, and language of the inhabitants of the Sandwich Islands
Author:   Ellis, William, 1794-1872
Publisher:   Honolulu; Hawaiian Gazette Co., Ltd.
Language:   English
Date:   1917
Subjects:   Missions -- Hawaii, Ethnology -- Hawaii, Hawaii -- Description and travel
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Book Id:   WPLBN0002195978
Format Type:   PDF (eBook)
 
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...nds. The Advertiser Historical Series No. 2 A Narrative of a Tour through Hawaii, or Owhyhee; with remarks on the History, Traditions, Manners, Custo... ...int of the London 1827 Edition) With an Introduction By Lorrin A. Thurston Hawaiian Gazette Co., Ltd. Honolulu, Hawaii, 1917 3 INTRODUCTION BY LORR... ...growing demand, both on the part of permanent residents of and visitors to Hawaii, for specific informa- tion concerning the history of Hawaii, more p... ... the laws of civilization be- came established. A comprehensive history of Hawaii has yet to be written. Its compilation will involve a vast amount of... ...cipants. Alexander's History, written for public school purposes, the best Hawaiian history now available, is necessarily condensed. Other books beari... ...cted for Tamehanieha; appears well built, is forty feet by twenty, has two stories, and is divided into four rooms by strong boarded partitions. It wa... ...orated with their traditions of its supernatural inhabitants, and fabulous stories of their romantic ad- ventures, that we found no small difficulty i... ...r traditions, though it is among the least marvellous of the many fabulous stories we have met with, and the truth may easily be separated from the fi... ... erected in the island of Oahu, a stone house, sixty feet by thirty, three stories high, with a spacious cellar underneath. The inside of the house he...
 
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Title:   Natural History of Hawaii, Being an Account of the Hawaiian People, The Geology and Geography of the Islands, And the Native and Introduced Plants and Animals of the Group
Author:   Bryan, William Alanson, 1875-1942
Publisher:   Honolulu, Hawaii Printed for the Author, by the Hawaiian Gazette Co., Ltd.
Language:   English
Date:   1915
Subjects:   Natural history -- Hawaii, Ethnology -- Hawaii, Science
Collections:   American Libraries Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0001045046
Format Type:   PDF (eBook)
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...y indicated below: I9?kv'^,^Vt 50M—May-54—Form 3 Natural History of Hawaii BOOK ONE The People, The Islands AND THE Plant Life of the Group ... ... Than are dreamt of in your philosophy."- Shakespeare. Natural History of Hawaii Being an Account of the Hawaiian People, the Geology and Geography o... ... ALANSON BRYAN, B. Sc. Professor of Zoolofjy and Geology in the College of Hawaii Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science; M... ...raphic Society; American Fisheries Society; Ha- waiian Historical Society; Hawaiian Entomological Society; Amer- ican Museums Association; National Au... ...ts and animals to be found in the native and introduced fauna and flora of Hawaii. Honolulu. Hawaii The Hawaiian (jazcltc Co., Ltd. 1915 For Distribut... ...inds of the people and handed down from father to son in numberless songs, stories and traditions. As a mat- ter of fact, there is evidence to prove t... ...who have given time and attention to the verification of the various shark stories that are current in Hawaii, as well as in all seaport towns. Sharks... ...ycle-shaped tail-fin. They are not especially ferocious, and the cui-reiit stories of their attacking whales doubtless arise from mistaking the Orca f... ...s, 333 oyster, 444 Eyes of Hawaiians (characteristic), 38 Fairy tales. The stories of the achievements of the menehune people correspond with the fair...
 
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Title:   Occasional Papers of Bernice P. Bishop Museum : Volume 6
Author:   Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum
Publisher:   Honolulu, Bishop Museum Press
Volume:  Vol. 6
Language:   English
Date:   1914
Subjects:   Ethnology -- Hawaii, Botany -- Hawaii, Zoology -- Hawaii
Collections:   Biodiversity Heritage Library Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0001072188
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...tml). World Public Library Association P.O. Box 22687 Honolulu, Hawaii 96823 info@WorldLibrary.net Copyright © 20, All Rights Reserved W... ... PkEvSS 1914-I918. CONTENTS. NUMHKR I. Dirtctor's Kcjinrl for t()\.\. New Hawaiian Plants. IV, by Charles N. Forbes. NUMBKR 2. Diret-tor's Rt'port fo... ...iret-tor's Rt'port for 1914. '' Numkb;r 3. Director's Report for 1915. New Hawaiian Plants, V, by Charles N. Forbes. NUMHKR 4. Director's Report for 1... ... for 1916. Kthnographical Notes on .Accessions, by John F. G. vStokes. New Hawaiian Plants, VI, by Charles N. Forbes. Number 5. Director's Report for ... ...the Bishop Mnseuni, by C. ^Montague Cooke Jr. The Genus Dagenophora in the Hawaiian Islands, by Charles N. F"orbes. LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS. [liasal pa... ... New York, 1866. Also editions 1870, 1875, 1891 , 1894, 1903, 1905. (Bible stories by Mrs. H. Bingham.) Main neues testament oa berith. • . . (Part of... ...ram). — Karaki aika Baibara, chapters xxx-xlviii. Dated June, 1903. (Bible stories.) Karaki aika Baibara. (Bible stories.) First draft dated Apaing, 1...
 
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Title:   Occasional Papers of Bernice P. Bishop Museum : Volume 7
Author:   Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum
Publisher:   Honolulu, Bishop Museum Press
Volume:  Vol. 7
Language:   English
Date:   1920
Subjects:   Ethnology -- Hawaii, Botany -- Hawaii, Zoology -- Hawaii
Collections:   Biodiversity Heritage Library Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0001072193
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...tml). World Public Library Association P.O. Box 22687 Honolulu, Hawaii 96823 info@WorldLibrary.net Copyright © 20, All Rights Reserved W... ...OP MUSEUM OF POLYNESIAN ETHNOLOGY AND NATURAL HISTORY VOLUME VII honolulu, hawaii Bishop Museum Press 1922 CONTENTS Number Page 1. Director's report ... ... Stokes i 2. The languages of the Pacific, by J. MacMillan Brown 13 3. New Hawaiian plants, by Cliarlcs X. Forbes 31 4. A new Cyanea from Lanai, Hawai... ...he Oregon coast, by Charles Howard Edmondson 177 10. Fish poisoning in the Hawaiian islands, by John F. G. Stokes 217 11. An archaeological survey of ... ...n archaeological survey of Haleakala, by Kenneth P. Emory 235 12. Notes on Hawaiian Zonitidae and Succineidae, by C. Montague Cooke, Jr 261 13. Stomat... ...r- I 6 I Director's Report for Jpip. 167 nander papers, contains legends, stories and biographical sketches of ancient Hawaii. The text is in the ori...
 
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Title:   Occasional Papers of Bernice P. Bishop Museum : Volume 4
Author:   Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum
Publisher:   Honolulu, Bishop Museum Press
Volume:  Vol. 4
Language:   English
Date:   1906
Subjects:   Ethnology -- Hawaii, Botany -- Hawaii, Zoology -- Hawaii
Collections:   Biodiversity Heritage Library Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0001072178
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...tml). World Public Library Association P.O. Box 22687 Honolulu, Hawaii 96823 info@WorldLibrary.net Copyright © 20, All Rights Reserved W... ...}- Alvin Scale. Numbei- ti. Director's Report for 1907. A list of Casts of Hawaiian Fishes, made by John \V. Thompson of the Mus- eum Staff. Stone Scu... ...\V. Thompson of the Mus- eum Staff. Stone Sculpturinj^s in Relief from the Hawaiian Islands, by John F. G. Stokes. Some Birds of Molokai, b}- William ... ... 1908. Walled Fish-traps of Pearl Harbor, bj- John F. G. .Stokes. Some New Hawaiian Plants, hy Charles N. Forbes. Number 4. Director's Report for 1909... ...waiian Plants, hy Charles N. Forbes. Number 4. Director's Report for 1909. Hawaiian Curved Adzes, bj^ William T. Brigham. Notes on Hawaiian Petroglj-p... ...rms and heads, indicating the act of eating or drinking, calls to mind the stories told of the offerings to the gods and spirits of deified ancestors,... ...nual Report, 1907-8.—Bulletin, i, 2.—Finding lyist of Fairy Tales and Folk Stories. Boston, 1908. *Boston Society of Natural History.—Proceedings, xxx... ..., ly.—Breachley, black sheep. London, 1902. Yorke the Adventurer and other stories. London, 1901. Becke, L. and Jeffery, W.—The tapu of Banderah. Lond...
 
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Title:   Occasional Papers of Bernice P. Bishop Museum : Volume 5
Author:   Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum
Publisher:   Honolulu, Bishop Museum Press
Volume:  Vol. 5
Language:   English
Date:   1912
Subjects:   Ethnology -- Hawaii, Botany -- Hawaii, Zoology -- Hawaii
Collections:   Biodiversity Heritage Library Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0001072183
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...tml). World Public Library Association P.O. Box 22687 Honolulu, Hawaii 96823 info@WorldLibrary.net Copyright © 20, All Rights Reserved W... ...op Museum Press. Jt 1913- CONTENTS [Basal pagination.] Number i. PAGE New Hawaiian plants, III, by Charles N. Forbes (with 5 unnum- bered illustratio... ... View from Kii toward Kaali in 11. Map of Niihau 113 PART IV. 1-3. Ancient Hawaiian figure from Mrs. Wilcox 1 18-120 4. Kapa from Niue 122 5. Fijian c... ... British Museum 16^ 13. Necker Island stone images, British Museum 164 14. Hawaiian god from Kailua, British Museum 165 15. Hawaiian god, British Muse... ...d from Kailua, British Museum 165 15. Hawaiian god, British Museum 165 16. Hawaiian stick god, British Museum 166 17. New Zealand trumpet, British Mus... ... most to be regretted was the necessary change of floor level in the upper stories which do not conform to the levels of the galleries in Hawaiian Hal... ... sea, while on the water side the substructure goes down in the middle two stories to nearly the sea level. The emplacementwas a triumph of the distin... ...th, but a second example is reported to have reached 13 ft., and there are stories of others with a length of from 19 ft. to 23 ft. The species appear... ...nd tenons, have been greatly displaced by the general sinking of the upper stories, due to the method of construction on the outer surface of an earth...
 
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Title:   Occasional Papers of Bernice P. Bishop Museum : Volume 1
Author:   Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum
Publisher:   Honolulu, Bishop Museum Press
Volume:  Vol. 1
Language:   English
Date:   1898
Subjects:   Ethnology -- Hawaii, Botany -- Hawaii, Zoology -- Hawaii
Collections:   Biodiversity Heritage Library Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0001072160
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...tml). World Public Library Association P.O. Box 22687 Honolulu, Hawaii 96823 info@WorldLibrary.net Copyright © 20, All Rights Reserved W... ...ai, by Wm. A. Bryan and Alvin Seale. Acquisitions in 1900. Ntinaber 4. New Hawaiian fishes, b}- Alviii Seale. Nuu:iber 5. Director's report for 1901. ... ...'KK NO. 1. Bishop Museum in iSgy. froHtispiccr. 1 Australian Museum, p. 3. Hawaiian helmet in Australian Museum, pi. i, p. 4. Tahitian gorget, pi. ii,... ...um, pi. i, p. 4. Tahitian gorget, pi. ii, p. 5. 2 Vienna Museum, p. 7. 3-5 Hawaiian helmets at Vienna, pi. iii, p. S. 6 Feather war god (Kukailimoku) ... ... 9. 7 "Oracle House" of feathers, at Vienna, pi. iv, p. 9. S Wooden ladle. Hawaiian, at Vienna, pi. V, p, 10. 9 Shark tooth tool, Hawaiian, at Vienna,... ...ncisco, 1884. (Arith- metic. ) Karaki aika Baibara. New York, 1885. (Bible stories.) Boki aika onoua mai nanon te o Tetemanti, aika lobi, Areru, Taeka... ...rks in dialect of Mortlock Islands : New^ Testament; New York, 1883. Bible stories in Mortlock. Gospel of Mark ; Honolulu, 1880. Old testament history...
 
       
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