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IS 108 Queen Kapiʻolani & Lēʻahi: Home

eBooks (click image)

In the Footsteps of Kapiʻolani.
Hawaii's Story By Hawaii's Queen.
The Hawaiian Kingdom, Volume 3.
David Kalākaua.
Place Names of Hawaii.
Pana Oʻahu.
Waikīkī: A History of Forgetting & Remembering.
Hawaiian Surfing: Traditions From the Past

Books on Queen Kapiʻolani & the Hawaiian Monarchy


MLA Resources

MLA Examples/Handouts:

MLA Websites:

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Books on Lēʻahi Area (Pre & Post Military)

Use Lama Library's Online Search Tool to find books, eBooks, articles, and more.

Books on Place Names

Newspaper & Journal Articles

Thrum's Hawaiian Annual

Thrum's Hawaiian Annual

"A handbook of valuable and statistical information relating to the Hawaiian Islands." Includes articles on a variety of Hawaiʻi-related topics. 1875-1936
Available in FULL-TEXT ONLINE.

The Hawaiian Journal of History

The Hawaiian Journal of History

An annual scholarly journal devoted to original articles on the history of Hawai‘i, Polynesia, and the Pacific area. Available in FULL-TEXT ONLINE.
Current & past issues are also available in Print. Most recent issue shelved on the Hawaiʻi & Pacific magazines display wall.

Chronicling America: Historic Newspapers

Chronicling America: Historic Newspapers

Digitized English-language newspapers published in Hawaiʻi from 1836-1922.

Papakilo Database

Papakilo Database

Search Hawaiian-language newspapers (1834-1948), Mahele land records, and more.

Ka Wai Ola

Ka Wai Ola

The newspaper of the Office of Hawaiian Affairs (OHA).

Honolulu Newspapers (via ProQuest)

Honolulu Newspapers (ProQuest)

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)

Maps & Photos

by Joesph Dwight Strong, 1884

AvaKonohiki: land and map research

Kipuka Database: GIS mapping of Hawaiʻi that provides "a window into native Hawaiian land, culture, and history."

Images of Hawaiʻi Research Guide

Additional Resources


Diamond Head Master Plan Update, 2003
Includes info on geology, land use,  and cultural/historical sites in the area.

Kapiʻo article on Lēʻahi place names, April 1, 1997 (see page 6: "Ancient Hawaiian names tell story of the land, religion")

Diamond Head (Lēʻahi) State Monument Handout
(side 1, side 2)

Hawaiian Legends Index

C&C of Honolulu's Historic Photograph Collection: Old Kaimukī


The Passing of Hawaii's Aliis, "Hawaiian Almanac and Annual." 1900. (see p.89-92)

Report of Her Majesty Queen Kapiolani's visit to Molokai, by H. R. H. Princess Liliuokalani, July 1884.