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ʻŌlelo Noʻeau: Hawaiian Proverbs

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ʻŌlelo No'eau: Hawaiian Proverbs and Poetical Sayings - Mary Kawena Pukui
Call Number: PN6519.H4 P84 1983 (Hawaiʻi & Pacific Collection)


Hawaiian Legends Index

Search here to help you locate myths and legends indexed in 77 books.   

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appear somewhere in Subject

Print edition also available in the Hawaiian Reference section

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Ulukau eBooks

Ulukau: The Hawaiian Electronic Library includes full-text digitized books on Hawaiian culture, history and language. Remember to try your search with and without the diacritics. Need help? Click here.


Land Divisions: maps & names Moku, ʻAhupuaʻa and ʻIli names. historic maps

Kīpuka Database


Fish in Hawaiian Culture - Books

The Hawaiʻi & Pacific Collection is located on the 1st floor of KCC Library. For Hawaiian Reference books, please see the Circulation Desk. Search for more books in the library catalog.

You might also want to check out this research guide on Hawaiian fishponds.

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Native Use of Fish in Hawaii
Call Number: QL636.5.H3 T58 1972 (Hawaiʻi & Pacific Collection)
Also available as an eBook

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Ka ʻoihana lawaia = Hawaiian fishing traditions
Call Number: SH319.H3 K34 2006 (Hawaiian Collection)
In Hawaiian and English.

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Hawaiian Fishing Traditions - Moke Manu
Call Number: GR110.H38 H387 2006 (Hawaiʻi & Pacific Collection?

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Hawaii's Fishes
Call Number: QL636.5.H3 H672 2000 (Hawaiian Collection)

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Shore Fishes of Hawaiʻi
Call Number: QL636.5.H3 R359 2010 (Hawaiian Collection)
Also available as an eBook

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Fishes of Hawaii
Call Number: QL636.5.H3 T49 (Hawaiian Collection)


Find Newspaper Articles

Sea Grant Hawaiian Language Newspaper Translation Project
Hawaiian newspaper articles & English translations on Hawaiian fishing traditions

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Chronicling America: Historic Newspapers
Digitized English-language newspapers published in Hawaiʻi from 1836-1922

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Papakilo Database
Search Hawaiian-language newspapers (1834-1948), Mahele records, and more

Honolulu Newspapers (ProQuest)
Curent articles from the Honolulu Star-Advertiser (June 7, 2010 – present) Honolulu Advertiser (Nov. 20, 2002 – May 13, 2010) Honolulu Star-Bulletin (Nov. 26, 1991 – Jun. 6, 2010)


Find Articles, Reports, Data, etc.

Use these databases to find journal articles, reports, and other documents:

Thrum's Hawaiian Annual (1875-1923)
Statistics on business, population, government, weather, geography; Articles on a wide variety of topics. 

Digital institutional repository for the University of Hawaiʻi community and researchers around the world. 

Intellectual works and unique collections of the UHM academic community.

The Hawaiian Journal of History 
Devoted to orginal articles  on the history of Hawaiʻi, Polynesia, and the Pacific area. 

Pacific Science 
Research on the biological and physical sciences of the Pacific basin.

Hawaiʻi & Pacific Journal Index
Index to magazines and journals published in or about Hawaiʻi & the Pacific (citations only).

Papakilo Database
Online documents of culturally significant places, events, history of Hawaiʻi


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