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ʻUlukau - Nā Nūpepa
Nūpepa range from 1834 to 1948. Search by term, name of newspaper, or date.
Nā hunahuna o Hawaiʻi nei / Excerpts from Hawaiian language newspapers including translations
Ka Paa Moolelo
Ka Paa Moolelo
An electronic library that carries moʻoleo or stories from various nūpepa sources
No Nūpepa / About Nūpepa
Background of Kuokoa
Joan Hori, former Hawaiian Collection Curator, Special Collections, Hamilton Library, University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa, prepared this document in 2001. The Nūpepa Kuokoa is considered the first Hawaiian independent nūpepa.
Ke Keʻena Noiʻi a Unuhi ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi: Institute of Hawaiian Research and Translation Project
The Hawai‘i Sea Grant developed this website which displays the original Hawaiian newspaper article and also the English language transcription. These initial selected articles are focused on fisheries and indications of changing climate in the islands.
Hurricane with a History
Hawaiian newspapers illuminate an 1871 storm - article by Steven Businger, M. Puakea Nogelmeier, Pauline W. U. Chinn, and Thomas Schroeder
The ʻIke Wai project look to our nūpepa as an integral component in our research— directing and educating both the community and the research team in our understanding of wai in both Kona, Hawaiʻi and ʻEwa, Oʻahu.