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Ancient Oʻahu

Ancient Oʻahu

stories from Fornander & Thrum

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Published by Kalamakū Press in Honolulu .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Hawaii,
  • Oahu.
    • Subjects:
    • Legends -- Hawaii -- Oahu.,
    • Tales -- Hawaii -- Oahu.,
    • Folklore -- Hawaii -- Oahu.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementedited and annotated by Dennis Kawaharada.
      ContributionsKawaharada, Dennis.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsGR110.H38 A53 2001
      The Physical Object
      Pagination132 p. :
      Number of Pages132
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3960365M
      LC Control Number2001119374
      OCLC/WorldCa49624677

      West Oʻahu faculty members and community partners from the Japanese Cultural Center of Hawaiʻi, Densho, King Kamehameha V Judiciary History Center, and the National Park Service, the book details the historical significance of Honouliuli as Hawaiʻi’s largest and longest lasting of at least 13 internment and 13 POW compounds in the islands. Kamehameha I established the Kingdom of Hawaii in after conquering most of the Hawaiian , Kaumualii became a vassal of Kamehameha I, who therefore emerged as the sole sovereign of the island chain of Hawaiʻi. His dynasty lasted until , and his Kingdom lasted until , when Queen Liliuokalani, of the Kalākaua Dynasty, was deposed by the pro-United States led.

      The island has been inhabited since at least 3rd century A.D. [5] The year-old Kingdom of Oʻahu was once ruled by the most ancient aliʻi in all of the Hawaiian Islands. The first great king of Oʻahu was Maʻilikūkahi, the lawmaker, who was followed by many generation of monarchs. Kualiʻi was the first of the warlike kings and so were.   The online Museum of Underwater Archaeology (MUA) is a c3 non profit organization incorporated in Its mission is to assist and promote the use of the Internet by ethical professional, student, and avocational underwater archaeologists.

        I ka wā kahiko, the highest peak of the Kualoa mountain range is called Kānehoalani, which translates to Kāneʻs heavenly friend. Kānehoalani was a cheif in the Koʻolau poko region in ancient Oʻahu. He was known as Luanuʻu before he was given the name Kānehoalani. d) Ancient Hawaii () Life and Times of John Young, by Emmet Cahill – illustrations by H. K. Kane () Hawaiian Antiquities, by David Malo () Spec. Ed. #2 () Archeology of Oʻahu, by J. Gilbert McAllister Bishop MuseumBulletin () Resource Units in Hawaiian Culture, by Donald D. Kilohana Mitchell ()


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