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Hawaiʻi Place Names: Home

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General - Books & eBooks

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

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

Moʻolelo: Find stories/legends - 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 Hawaiʻi & Pacific Reference section.

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Nā Makani & Nā Ua: Winds & Rains

Nā Mele: Place Names in Song & Chant

Websites

Newspaper Articles

Current:

Honolulu Star-Advertiser (ProQuest Database)
           Full text access to articles from:
           Honolulu Star-Advertiser (06/07/2010 - Present)
           Honolulu Advertiser (01/01/1999-06/06/2010)
           Honolulu Star-Bulletin (03/18/1996-06/06/2010)

Civil Beat (online newspaper)

Historic:

Chronicling America: Digitized English-language newspapers published in Hawaiʻi from 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

Citation Help

Check out our MLA Citation Guide for examples on citing books, ebooks (including ebooks from Ulukau), articles, websites, etc., including a sample paper and handouts.

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