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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)
Average Rating:   (15)
 
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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:   Reminiscences of Old Hawaii
Author:   Bishop, Sereno Edwards, 1827-1909; Thurston, Lorrin A. (Lorrin Andrews), 1858-1931
Publisher:   Honolulu; Hawaiian Gazette Co., Ltd.
Language:   English
Date:   1916
Subjects:   Hawaii -- History, Hawaii -- Social life and customs, Travel
Collections:   American Libraries Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0001202515
Format Type:   PDF (eBook)
Average Rating:   (3)
 
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Subject: Hawaii -- History; Hawaii -- Social life and customs
 
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...(Taken in 1902) The Advertiser Historical Series No. 1 Reminiscences of Old Hawaii by Sereno Edwards Bishop With a Brief Biography By Lorrin A. Thurs... ...Hawaii by Sereno Edwards Bishop With a Brief Biography By Lorrin A. Thurston Hawaiian Gazette Co., Ltd. Honolulu, Hawaii, 1916 .L^ L/ Preface and a... ...a growing demand, both on the part of permanent residents of and visitors to Hawaii, for specific informa' tion concerning the history of Hawaii, more... ... and the laws of civilization became established. A comprehensive history of Hawaii has yet to be written. Its compilation will involve a vast amount ... ...ticipants. Alexander's History, written for public school purposes, the best Hawaiian history now available, is necessarily condensed. Other books bea... ...there that I was introduced to my first absorbing knowledge of real juvenile stories, in the Youths' Companion of sixty-five years ago. I still take t...
 
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Title:   Hawaii, Our New Possessions, An Account of Travels and Adventure, With Sketches of the Scenery, Customs, And Manners, Mythology, And History of Hawaii to the Present, And an Appendix Containing the Treaty of Annexation to the United States
Author:   Musick, John Roy, 1849-1901
Publisher:   New York, Funk
Language:   English
Date:   1898
Subjects:   Hawaii -- History, Hawaii -- Description and Travel, Travel
Collections:   Canadian Libraries Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0000795475
Format Type:   PDF (eBook)
Average Rating:   (155)
 
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...ITH SKETCHES OF THE SCENERY, CUSTOMS AND MANNERS, MYTHOLOGY AND HISTORY OF HAWAII TO THE PRESENT, AND AN APPENDIX CONTAINING THE TREATY OF ANNEXATION ... ...ntoff and Thirty-four Pen Sketches by Fkeeland A. Carter ALSO A MAP OF THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS Funk & Wagnalls Company NEW YORK AND LONDON 1898 Copyrigh... ...that has been published in books and the col- umns of the newspapers about Hawaii, people in our Eastern and Middle States know comparatively little a... ...r poisonous breath" can come, may seem impossible. And yet this is true of Hawaii, for there are no poisonous reptiles or insects, and few poisonous p... ...d property more safe. Under the new social and politi- cal order of things Hawaii has taken a new start in the world ; her relations to the United Sta... ...es, and history. Like all countries the islands have a story, and like all stories this one has two sides; I heard both, and selected what to me seems... ...Asleep —The shower—Driven below—Senator Waterhouse and Judge "Wilcox—Shark stories—Off Molokai—Lights along the shore—At anchor. 81-90 CHAPTER VIII TH... ...tell me there is no hell, for I have seen it," ...,,... 170-179 CHAPTER XV STORIES AT THE VOLCANO HOUSE The old book—Accounts of the volcano—Some narr... ...King of Hana—The peasant prince of Hawaii Lono—Cannibals of Halemanu—Other stories and myths, 313-330 CHAPTER XXVn HISTORY, ANCIENT AND MODERN Name of...
 
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Title:   Riches and Marvels of Hawaii; A Charming Description of Her Unique History, Strange People, Exquisite Climate, Wondrous Volcanoes, Luxurious Productions, Beautiful Cities, Corrupt Monarchy, Revolution, Provisional Government and Annexation
Author:   Stevens, John Leavitt, 1820-1895; Oleson, William Brewster, 1851-1915; Stevens, Nellie M;
Publisher:   Philadelphia, P.A.; Edgewood Publishing Co.
Language:   English
Date:   1900
Subjects:   Hawaii -- Description and travel, Hawaii -- History, Travel
Collections:   American Libraries Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0001222828
Format Type:   PDF (eBook)
Average Rating:   (3)
 
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Subject: Hawaii -- Description and travel; Samoan Islands -- Description and travel; Tahiti -- Description and travel; Fiji -- Description and travel
 
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...of Maine. In 1889 lie was appointed b}' President Harrison Minister to the Hawaiian Islands, his title soon after being changed to that of Minister Pl... ...nferred upon him by Tuft's College in 1883. I RICHES AND MARVELS ...OF... HAWAII A CHARMING DESCRIPTION OF Her Unique History, Strange People, Exquis... ...ORICAL SKETCH. Discovery of the Islands. Ancient Canoe Journeys, Origin of Hawaiians. An Ancient Race. The Common People. The Priesthood. System of Ta... ...Destruction of Idols. Kapiolani's Heroism. Missionary Success. The Hope of Hawaii. THE NATIVE HAWAIIAN. The Kanaka. Occupation of Kanakas. Ease in Gai... ...ness of Taro. Native Indolence. Luxurious Kanakai. Preparation of Poi. The Hawaiian not a Farmer. Master of Wind and Wave. The Sea His Schoolmaster. R... ...milar traditions and religious rites. The names of the principal gods, the stories told of the demigod Maui, of the origin of fire, about the deluge, ...
 
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Title:   The New America and the Far East : Volume 8
Author:   Browne, George Waldo, 1851-1930; Isensee, Jane
Publisher:   Boston, Marshall Jones Co.
Volume:  Vol. 8
Language:   English
Date:   1910
Subjects:   Hawaii -- Description and travel, Hawaii -- History, Philippines -- Description and travel
Collections:   American Libraries Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0001050641
Format Type:   PDF (eBook)
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... " 1312 " 1316 " 1320 " 1324 " 1328 " 1332 " 1336 " 1340 " 1344 PORTO RICO Hawaiian Flowers. Coloured San Juan from Old Sea Wall • The Plaza, San Juan... ... the shape of insects that exist on the island. Cuba is not as free as the Hawaiian Islands from deadly pests and insects, and the centipede, tarantul... ...s of her richest province. The building is a large, rambling affair of two stories, of stone, stucco, and adobe, with flat roof, and covered arches or... ...landmg. On the northwest, forming its outer wedge, it splits the sea with Hawaiian Flowers t. Kakalaioa j. Hau 2. Ohia-lehua 4. Kohio-tda PORT... ...pe to Jamaica, especially in winter, and as we thread the passage the wild stories of the ocean banditti come vividly into our mind, and above the oth... ...at this was somewhat the case upon approach- ing Kauai, the Garden Isle of Hawaii, though there was greater promise in the luxuriant vegetation. But w... ...oast, these show the effect of a lack of moisture, but on the north, as in Hawaii, the verdure is greener and fresher from more frequent rains. By thi... ...t, fifteen years later, trading vessels, stopping here to water, told such stories of its wonderful country, and the amount of gold that seemed to exi... ...he one part we find houses of fair con- struction, from one story to three stories in height. In the other we find no dwelling over one story, where i...
 
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Title:   The New America and the Far East : Volume 7
Author:   Browne, George Waldo, 1851-1930; Isensee, Jane
Publisher:   Boston, Marshall Jones Co.
Volume:  Vol. 7
Language:   English
Date:   1910
Subjects:   Hawaii -- Description and travel, Hawaii -- History, Philippines -- Description and travel
Collections:   American Libraries Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0001050640
Format Type:   PDF (eBook)
Average Rating:   (3)
 
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...nd Minnesota, or by that found in the cool, salubrious mountain ree!:ions of Hawaii and Samoa. But in the last instances the crispness of the Asiatic ... ... have builded about them. This rule does not apply to the Celestial race. In Hawaii the Chinese, who have become a large percentage of the population,... ...ey appear, whether in the North or South, East or West, as busi- ness men in Hawaii, or coolies in Australia, as ambassadors to foreign governments, o... ...f the island is not wholly pleasant. We are reminded here of portions of the Hawaiian Islands of more recent volcanic birth. But we soon recover from ... ...ST. of the province has made it a favourite resort for this class. Many wild stories are current of thrilling adventures amid its mountains. It is est... ...ce and its value, is the JJalma reed, or royal palm, as we should call it in Hawaii. Like the maguey of Mexico, it is the mainstay of the natives. The...
 
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Title:   Old Time Hawaiians and Their Work
Author:   Lawrence, Mary S
Publisher:   Boston, New York; Ginn & Co., Publishers
Language:   English
Date:   1912
Subjects:   Hawaii -- History, United States, Travel
Collections:   American Libraries Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0001081763
Format Type:   PDF (eBook)
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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... ...MPANY- PRO- PRIETORS BOSTON U.S.A. DEDICATED TO THE BOYS AND GIRLS OF THE HAWAIIAN RACE JL. Mo GORDON This book was written primarily to supply the ... ...E JL. Mo GORDON This book was written primarily to supply the children of Hawaii with a history of their own race. It ought to be of interest also to... ...much about their Indian neighbors, but have only a vague conception of the Hawaiian, whose interests are so closely linked with their own. As an aid t... ...uscript the author had the rare opportunity of using it in herown class of Hawaiian girls at the Kamehameha School for Girls, thus being able to test ... ...pil a definite picture upon which to base his study of the industries. The stories ofheroism need no explanation. In the search for subject matter all... ...dmired their skill and daring, and crept as near as possible to hear their stories. He knew that they had come from the far-away Kahiki, where he had ... ...t used to his new home. Keikiwai never tired of having his father tell him stories. He asked many questions about Kahiki, and learned that he had a br... ...ith a rival chief, and grasp the palaoa from the dying man's neck. But the stories of Kahiki set him to thinking. He began to feel that a dar- ing voy...
 
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Title:   History of Later Years of the Hawaiian Monarchy and the Revolution of 1893
Author:   Alexander, W. D., William de Witt, 1833-1913, Hawaiian Gazette Co., 1896
Publisher:   Honolulu, Hawaiian Gazette Co., Ltd.
Language:   English
Date:   1896
Subjects:   Hawaii -- History, United States, Travel
Collections:   American Libraries Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0000764768
Format Type:   PDF (eBook)
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...of Later Years o/ OF THE ooooooooaed tflie evolution, of BY PROF. W. D. ALEXANDER. HAWAIIAN COPYRIGHT BYW. D. ALEXANDER, OCTOBER ISTH, 1896. . : .'::... .... ALEXANDER, OCTOBER ISTH, 1896. . : .':: '.'..' " * * < . .** * PUBLISHED BY THE Hawaiian Gazette Company, 1896, I. PREFACE. JTNQUIRIES are continu... ...ritten for Col. J. H. Blount at his own request, and afterwards republished by the Hawaiian Gazette Co. At their request the writer reluctantly consen... ...r Morgan of Alabama. W. D. ALEXANDER, 397278 CONTENTS. PART I. THE DECADENCE OF HAWAIIAN MONARCHY. CHAPTER I. PERSONAL GOVERNMENT. Intrigues during... ...s Tour around the World Triumph of Gibson Legislature of 1882 Coronation Embassies Hawaiian Coin- age Reconstruction of Gibson Cabinet Legislature of ... ...ink, [ wish you had stayed away.' " The rebuke was without effect, for still worse stories are told of the drunken orgies that afterwards disgraced th... ...the exhibition of which is set apart in the upper portion of the building. The two stories of the building, are occupied by this company, a broad and ... ... already taken up nearly all the available space of the plant. The building is two stories with all the latest fittings as electric elevators, electri...
 
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Title:   The new America and the Far East; Volume: 8
Author:   Browne, George Waldo, 1851-1930; Dale, Nathan Haskell, 1852-1935; Lodge, Henry Cabot, 1850-1924; Isensee, Jane; Schirmer Collection (Brown University) RPB
Publisher:   Boston, Marshall Jones Co.
Volume:  Volume: 8
Language:   English
Date:   1910
Subjects:   Hawaii -- Description and travel, Hawaii -- History, East Asia -- Description and travel
Collections:  
Book Id:   WPLBN0002220639
Format Type:   PDF (eBook)
 
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...Supplemental catalog subcollection information: American Libraries Collection; American University Library Collection; Historical Literature; vol. l. Hawaii. v. 2. Philippines. Japan. v. 3-4. Japan. v. 5-6. China. v. 7. China. Cuba. v. 8. Cuba. Porto...
 
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... " 1312 " 1316 " 1320 " 1324 " 1328 " 1332 " 1336 " 1340 " 1344 PORTO RICO Hawaiian Flowers. Coloured San Juan from Old Sea Wall • The Plaza, San Juan... ... the shape of insects that exist on the island. Cuba is not as free as the Hawaiian Islands from deadly pests and insects, and the centipede, tarantul... ...s of her richest province. The building is a large, rambling affair of two stories, of stone, stucco, and adobe, with flat roof, and covered arches or... ...landmg. On the northwest, forming its outer wedge, it splits the sea with Hawaiian Flowers t. Kakalaioa j. Hau 2. Ohia-lehua 4. Kohio-tda PORT... ...pe to Jamaica, especially in winter, and as we thread the passage the wild stories of the ocean banditti come vividly into our mind, and above the oth... ...at this was somewhat the case upon approach- ing Kauai, the Garden Isle of Hawaii, though there was greater promise in the luxuriant vegetation. But w... ...oast, these show the effect of a lack of moisture, but on the north, as in Hawaii, the verdure is greener and fresher from more frequent rains. By thi... ...t, fifteen years later, trading vessels, stopping here to water, told such stories of its wonderful country, and the amount of gold that seemed to exi... ...he one part we find houses of fair con- struction, from one story to three stories in height. In the other we find no dwelling over one story, where i...
 
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Title:   The new America and the Far East; Volume: 7
Author:   Browne, George Waldo, 1851-1930; Dale, Nathan Haskell, 1852-1935; Lodge, Henry Cabot, 1850-1924; Isensee, Jane; Schirmer Collection (Brown University) RPB
Publisher:   Boston, Marshall Jones Co.
Volume:  Volume: 7
Language:   English
Date:   1910
Subjects:   Hawaii -- Description and travel, Hawaii -- History, East Asia -- Description and travel
Collections:  
Book Id:   WPLBN0002220638
Format Type:   PDF (eBook)
 
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...Supplemental catalog subcollection information: American Libraries Collection; American University Library Collection; Historical Literature; vol. l. Hawaii. v. 2. Philippines. Japan. v. 3-4. Japan. v. 5-6. China. v. 7. China. Cuba. v. 8. Cuba. Porto...
 
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...nd Minnesota, or by that found in the cool, salubrious mountain ree!:ions of Hawaii and Samoa. But in the last instances the crispness of the Asiatic ... ... have builded about them. This rule does not apply to the Celestial race. In Hawaii the Chinese, who have become a large percentage of the population,... ...ey appear, whether in the North or South, East or West, as busi- ness men in Hawaii, or coolies in Australia, as ambassadors to foreign governments, o... ...f the island is not wholly pleasant. We are reminded here of portions of the Hawaiian Islands of more recent volcanic birth. But we soon recover from ... ...ST. of the province has made it a favourite resort for this class. Many wild stories are current of thrilling adventures amid its mountains. It is est... ...ce and its value, is the JJalma reed, or royal palm, as we should call it in Hawaii. Like the maguey of Mexico, it is the mainstay of the natives. The...
 
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Title:   The Story of Hawaii
Author:   Owen, J. A. (Jean Allan), 1841-1922
Publisher:   London and New York; Harper & Brothers, Publishers
Language:   English
Date:   1898
Subjects:   Hawaii -- History, United States, Travel
Collections:   American Libraries Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0001307234
Format Type:   PDF (eBook)
Average Rating:   (3)
 
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... GIFT OF A. P. Morrison h THE STORY OF HAWAII A BRIDGl", ON AN f)LD PLANTATION THE STORY OF HAWAII BY JEAN... ... literal sense a wanderer. Having spent some years in Oahu, the chief of the Hawaiian Islands, besides having been in close and regular correspondence... ... English residents, my sisters, ever since, I may claim to know something of Hawaii and its people ; and also of those from other countries who have, ... ...e their homes there, and who now have large vested interests in the Islands. Hawaii lies between 18° 54' and 22° 15' of north latitude, that is just w... ...n de- clared by a naval expert to be " the key to the entire Pacific." Since Hawaii has become a bone of inter- Preface vii national contention, some... ... for mirrors not worth fifty. An uncle of my husband's used to tell us queer stories of this trade. Once, as a very young man, he sailed from San Fran... ... mystery, and we cannot be surprised that the natives should tell marvellous stories of its origin. One tradition they have Is that an Immense bird la...
 
       
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