Kanaka Maoli (Hawaiían) Literature

Stories

'Aumakua
A Visit To The King Of Ghosts
Ai Laau, The Forest Eater
Aikanaka Legend
Aumakuas, Or Ancestor-Ghosts
Birth in the Dawn
Birth of Hawaii
Coming Of The Gods
Giant's Rock-Throwing
Hawaiian
Hawaiian Ghost Testing
Hema Legend
Hiiaka's Battle With Demons
Homeless And Desolate Ghosts
Hopoe, The Dancing Stone
How Milu Became The King Of Ghosts
How Pele Came To Hawaii
Hula School - Laka, Goddess of the Hula
Kalai-Pahoa, The Poison-God
Kalo-Eke-Eke, The Timid Taro
Kaha‘I Legend
Kauhuhu, The Shark-God Of Molokai
Ke-Au-Nini
Ku Gods
Kura Legend
Lau-Ka-Ieie
Legend Of Aiai
Legend Of Creation
Legend Of Kahawali
Legend Of Kalaipahoa
Legend Of Kamapua‘A
Legend Of Kaohelo
Legend Of Kumukahi
Legend Of Laka
Legend Of Lanikaula
Legend Of Lonopuha
Legend Of Makuakaumana
Legend Of Maluae
Legend Of Oro
Legend Of Pahulu
Legend Of Paka‘A
Legend Of Paula
Legend Of Pumaia
Legend Of The Bitter Gourd
Legend Of The Boaster
Legend Of The Bread-Fruit Tree
Legend of the First Pearl Fish Hook

Legend Of The Kamapua‘A Family
Legend Of The Makahiki
Legend Of The Recumbent Coconuts Of Kalapana
Legend Of Wahieloa
Legendary Canoe-Making
Legendary Places In Honolulu
Legends Of Kane And Kanaloa As Water Finders
Legends Of Shark-Men
Maluae And The Under-World
Mamala The Surf-Rider
Menehunes ~ Hawaii's Little People
Taming of the Sun


Poems/Songs

Kanaka Maoli (Hawaiían) Book of Days



Other Kanaka Maoli (Hawaíi) Pages

Booklines Hawaií
Kanaka Maoli (Hawaií) Home Page
Kanaka Maoli (Hawaií) InfoWeb
Kanaka Maoli (Hawaií) Nation
List of Kanaka Maoli (Hawaiían) Organizations

Canoe Plants of Kanaka Maoli (Hawaií)

`Ape (elephant's ear)
`Awa (kawa)
`Awapuhi Kuahiwi (shampoo ginger)
Hau
Ipu (gourd)
Kalo (taro)
Kamani (Alexandrian laurel)
Ki (ti)
Ko (sugar cane)
Kou
Kukui (candlenut)
Mai`a (banana)
Milo (portia tree)
Niu (coconut)
Noni (Indian mulberry)
`Ohe (bamboo)
`Ohi`a `Ai (mountain apple)
`Olena (turmeric)
Olona
Pia (Polynesian arrowroot)
`Uala (sweet potato)
Uhi (yam)
`Ulu (breadfruit)
Wauke (paper mulberry)

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