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General - Books & eBooks

Use Hawai`i Voyager to find books and DVDs at KCC and other UH System Campuses. 
Need help finding books at KCC other UH Libraries?

Also browse this Hawaiian Place Names Resource Guide for more book recommendations.

Oʻahu

The moku (districts) of Oʻahu (click to see a map of the ahupuaʻa of each district):

Maui

Molokaʻi

Lanaʻi

Kahoʻolawe

Hawaiʻi Island

Kauaʻi

Land Divisions: maps & names

AVAKonohiki.org 
ʻAhupuaʻa and ʻIli names. historic maps

Kīpuka Database
Geographical information system (GIS) that utilizes the latest mapping technologies to provide a window into native Hawaiian land, culture and history.

Websites

Nā Moʻolelo: Stories & Legends

Nā Mele: Place Names in Song & Chant

Nā Makani & Nā Ua: Winds & Rains

Citation Help

MLA Citation Guide for books and ebooks (including ebooks from Ulukau).

MLA Citation Guide for articles

MLA Citation Guide for websites.

Questions? Ask a Librarian!

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Newspaper Articles

Current:

Honolulu Star-Advertiser (ProQuest Database)
           Full text access to articles from:
           Honolulu Star-Advertiser (6/7/10 - present)
           Honolulu Advertiser (11/20/02-5/13/10)
           Honolulu Star-Bulletin )11/26/91-6/6/10)

Civil Beat (online newspaper)

Historic:

Chronicling America: Hawaiʻi English-language Newspapers (1836-1922)

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

Hawaiʻi Newspaper Index

                                    

Search these indexes of Honolulu newspapers going back to 1929.  

1989-currentHawaiʻi Newspaper Index Online

1929-1988: Index to the Honolulu Advertiser and
                      Honolulu Star-Bulletin (Print;
                      Located in the Hawaiian
                      Reference Collection)

1929-1967Online access to index

Once you find a citation to an article in the index, you must then go to the newspaper microfilm to find the full-text.  Newspaper Microfilm is available at selected public libraries, including Kaimukī Public Library, and UH-Mānoa Hamilton Library.

1840-1944: Bob Krauss Research Index
                      an index of select English-language
                      newspapers from Hawaiʻi,
                      links to full-text if available online

 

Journal & Magazine Articles

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