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Nā Puke / The Books
Aloha Niihau : oral histories by Elama Kanahele, Emalia Licayan, and Virginia Nizo ; edited and translated by Elama Kanahele, Kimo Armitage, & Keao NeSmith
Call Number: H 996.942 Al7 Publication Date 2008
Niihau : ka noho ana o ka poe Hawaii o keia manawa a me ka pono waiwai no ka nee hou ana aku by Philip A. Meyer ; Hawaiian translation on behalf of the people of niihau by Lei Pahulehua ... [et al.] Call Number: H 996.942 M57n Publication Date: 1998
Niihau, the traditions of a Hawaiian island
by Rerioterai Tava [and] Moses K. Keale
Call Number: H 996.942 T19n
Publication Date: 1989
The Niihau Incident by Allan Beekman
Call Number: H 996.942 B39n
Publication Date: 1982
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The project began following the 1837 Kalama map of Hawaii moku.
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For more than 10 centuries, the Hawaiian system of natural resource management has been handed down in oral tradition and practice. It is based on the concept of `ahupua`a, the traditional land and ocean tenure system of Hawaii.
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