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Beckwith, Martha (1970) Hawaiian Mythology. Honolulu: UH Press. (First published in 1940 by Yale University Press.)

Buck, Peter (1938) Vikings of the Pacific. Chicago: U of Chicago Press.

Cordy, Ross (2002) The Rise and Fall of the Oahu Kingdom. Honolulu: Mutual Publishing.

Fornander, Abraham. Ancient History of the Hawaiian People. Honolulu: Mutual Publishing, 1996. (Volume 2 of the three volume An Account of the Polynesian Race, published from 1878-1885.)

_____. Collection of Hawaiian Antiquities and Folklore, Vol. 4, 5, 6. Edited by Thomas G. Thrum. Honolulu: Bishop Museum, 1916-1920.

Handy, E. S. Craighill (1971) Polynesian Religion. New York : Kraus Reprint.

Jones, Terry L. & Kathryn Klar (2005) “Diffusionism Reconsidered: Linguistic and Archaeological Evidence for Prehistoric Polynesian Contact with Southern California.” American Antiquity 70.3: 457-484.

Kalākaua, David (1972) The Legends and Myths of Hawaii. Rutland, Vermont: Tuttle. (First published in 1888.)

Kamakau, Samuel M. (1964) Ka Po‘e Kahiko / The People of Old. Trans. by Mary Kawena Pukui. Honolulu: Bishop Museum.

_____ (2011) Tales and Traditions of the People of Old: Nā Mo‘olelo a ka Po‘e Kahiko. Bishop Museum Press.

Kawaharada, Dennis, ed. (2001) Ancient O‘ahu: stories from Fornander & Thrum. Honolulu: Kalamakū Press.

Kirch, Patrick (1985) Feathered Gods and Fishhooks: An Introduction to Hawaiian Archaeology and Prehistory. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press.

_____ (1989) The Evolution of the Polynesian Chiefdoms. Cambridge University Press.

Klar, Kathryn & Terry L. Jones (2005) “Linguistic Evidence for a Prehistoric Polynesia-Southern California Contact Event.” Anthropological Linguistics 47.4.

Malo, David (1951) Hawaiian Antiquities. Trans. by Dr. Nathaniel B. Emerson. 2nd Edition. Honolulu: Bishop Museum. (First published in 1903.)

Masterson, Ian (2010) Hua Ka Nalu: Hawaiian Surf Literature. Masters Thesis, University of Hawaii at Manoa.

Nakuina, Moses K. (1990) The Wind Gourd of La‘amaomao. Trans. by Esther T. Mookini and Sarah Nākoa. Honolulu: Kalamakū Press. (Re-edited and reprinted in 1992.)

Pukui, Mary Kawena (1983) ‘Ōlelo No‘eau: Hawaiian Proverbs and Poetical Sayings. Honolulu: Bishop Museum Press.

Sterling, Elspeth P. and Catherine C. Summers (1978) Sites of Oahu. Honolulu: Bishop Museum Press.

Thrum, Thomas George (1917) Hawaiian Folk Tales: A Collection of Native Legends. Chicago, A.C. McClurg & co.


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Dennis Kawaharada, Voyaging Chiefs of Kāne‘ohe Bay

"Auntie Emma Defries dies at Kaaawa Park,"
The Honolulu Advertiser Honolulu, Hawaii 09 Dec 1980, Tuesday, Page 15

Aha Moku: Ma luna a`e na mea a pau, o ke aloha i Ke Akua ame ke ola o ke kanaka.

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