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Moʻolelo / History, Legends, and Tales
Kauaʻi Tales by
Call Number: H 398.232 W63k
Publication Date: 1985
Ancient Oʻahu by
Call Number: H 398.232 An2
Publication Date: 1996
Hawai'i Island Legends by
Call Number: H398.232 P96h
Publication Date: 1996
Tales of Molokai by
Call Number: H 398.232 N24t
Publication Date: 1992
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Inoa Wahi/ Place Names
Nā Puke Wehewehe ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi
Use pull down menu to the right of the search bar to change from the Place Names of Hawaiʻi and Hawaiʻi Place Names.
Hawaiian Place Names
ʻUlukauʻs Hawaiian place names can be retrieved by word search, by browsing the collection, or by looking at the list of names. Includes moʻolelo and features.
North Shore Place Names by
Call Number: H 919.693 C54
Publication Date: 2015
Call Number: H 919.6941 W63k
Publication Date: 1998
Hawaiian Place Names by
Call Number: HR 910.3 H316
Pohukaina, Pūowaina, Kapālama, Pōkaʻī, Kuapā/Hawaiʻi Kai, Kaluanui-Hauʻula
Sites of Oʻahu
Written by Elspeth Sterling and Catherine Summers. This comprehensive study of archaeological and historical sites of Oahu
Research Tools: Note-taking and Citations Generator
Research Help Guide
Evaluating Information, Primary vs Secondary, Writing Tips, & Citing Your Sources
Kēia Au / Contemporary Resources
Newspapers from around Hawaiʻi. Log in with username and password used for all KS library databases.
Go to KS Connect -- Library -- Databases to get username and password for EBSCO.
Midkiff does not have a subscription, but you can read many of the articles online without a subscription.
Honua: Biology, Geomorphology and Geology
UH Mānoa Costal Geology Group
The Coastal Geology Group is an affiliation of researchers, technicians, and graduate students within the Department of Geology and Geophysics that conduct investigations of shoreline change, carbonate geology,
Tsunami Deposits on the Island of Oʻahu, Hawai’i
Repetitive, catastrophic tsunamis have been credited as a causative mechanism for geomorphic
change in coastal landforms. This study presents tsunami evidence on the Island of Oahu, Hawai’i - Makapuu-Sandy Beach
Kumu: Pūnawele a me PDF / Web and PDF Resources