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Lei Ānuenue Youtube Videos
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Malia Nobrega-Olivera interviews many ʻōiwi leaders from our community on a variety of current, relevant, and meaningful topics.
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Aloha ʻĀina - West Oʻahu LibGuide
The purpose of this guide is to be a starting point in research about aloha ʻāina in relation to a few land conflicts currently happening in Hawaiʻi focusing mainly on Oʻahu. Keep in mind that this LibGuide is not comprehensive and there are likely to be many more resources available.
Created by Kawena Komeiji, Librarian
Racial and Socio Economics
Hawaii Annual: 1896-1900 by
Call Number: HR 919.69
Publication Date: 1896 - 1900
Hawaiʻi Census from 1890
Generally, after censuses are conducted, information gathered falls in two groups:
Thrum's Hawaiian Almanac for 1898
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The data are released by the Population Estimates Program, which is a part of the U.S. Census Bureau. They are the official estimates of population and housing between decennial censuses.
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