5 edition of Fornander collection of Hawaiian antiquities and folk-lore ... found in the catalog.
English translation and Hawaiian text on opposite pages.Issued in parts.
|Statement||Bishop Museum Press|
|Publishers||Bishop Museum Press|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 140 p. :|
|Number of Pages||95|
|2||v. 4, 5, 6|
|3||Memoirs of the Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum,|
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Honolulu: Territory of Hawaii, 1904.
Nolaila, ke kau leo aku nei au ia oukou a pau, e na makamaka o ke au malamalama o keia manawa, ka poe hoi e ao ia nei ma ke kahua hohonu o ka naauao, mai Hlo ko oukou manao a hooiaio i keia mau mea o ke au pouli, ke au hoi o ka naaupo; mai haliu hou aku kakou a nana i ke au poliakua a Kane.
Pele arrived from heaven [With] the thunder and the earthquake, The severe rain and the soft rain; Returned by Kaumeaiku, [By] the women of the land in the clouds.
A pre-sale of this limited edition, three-volume collection will run through the end of April 2021. He was invited to become a corresponding member of the in 1878, and in the following year the Hawaiian King made him a Knight Companion of the.
They had composed the chant before she came to live there. UH HILO Call Number: PZ8. Originally published in 1960 as Tales of the Menehune: And Other Short Legends of the Hawaiian Islands.
This is NOT a retyped or an ocr'd reprint. But after the priest had been in the imu for two days, he reappeared and sat by the edge of the imu unknown to any one; the chief thinking all the time Fornander collection of Hawaiian antiquities and folk-lore .
he was dead; but it was not so. The owl led, while Maui followed and Hina came last. But at some time, a man sailed from Hawaii to Kahikinuilaniakea; his name was Kanilolou. When sound issues from this hole, that is the time the kauaula 5 wind blows a fierce gale. You will not fail to notice his coming; when the outside here is lighted up, he has appeared. When the sea broke [on the land] her brothers composed this chant: The sea! O kekahi hoi, na Kaauhelemoa i kiko ke anakiu o ua uala la, a haule i ka mala a Kapanaia, no ke alualu ia ana mai e Pupuulima.
When the paper failed in 1855, Fornander began a new venture called the Sandwich Islands Monthly, which was to cover both items of local interest and discussion of the great scientific, literary, and theological questions of the day. The first of these goals won him the increasing animosity of Americanwho saw his attempt at even-handedness as disguised prejudice.
Eeke took the child to his mother, Matinahoomaha, 4 and left him with her.
The Flood in Hawaii in the Olden Times.
His estate left his papers and library to his daughter, who sold them to.