4 edition of Fornander collection of Hawaiian antiquities and folk-lore ... found in the catalog.
English translation and Hawaiian text on opposite pages.Issued in parts.
|Statement||Bishop Museum Press|
|Publishers||Bishop Museum Press|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 116 p. :|
|Number of Pages||75|
|2||v. 4, 5, 6|
|3||Memoirs of the Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum,|
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69 R18 Rice, William Hyde.
WHAT WAS DONE ON THIS HILL. While sleeping and nearing midnight, the brother of the wife awoke startled, on account of the great heat; when he awoke he found that the fire had commenced to burn his feet, and that was really the reason for his awakening; but the brother-in-law still slept. He came near killing me.
Ua kapaia ia wahi o leina a ka uhane. These two fought until Pele was weakened. Hilo: The Board of Trade of Hilo, n.
UH HILO Call Number: GR385. They afford interest and some value as the natural product of Hawaiian pupils, as compositions on the various subjects assigned them. Hawaiian Traditions; Stories of the Menehunes. Thy compassion be on us! Nui loa ihola ka huhu o Maui, e lele mai ana keia maluna a loaa mauka iho o Kekaa pepehi keia a make; ua lilo nae i pohaku.
UH HILO Call Number: PZ8. The Legends and Myths of Hawaii: The Fables and FolkLore of a Strange People. e liu, e liu e! The two men became planters so as to furnish their wife Puuoinaina with food. He died November 1, 1887 from a prolonged battle with cancer.
San Francisco: Paul Elder, 1914. If it is strength you desire, Pass by on that side. How can we care for it? But after some time Eeke became entangled, for he saw a beautiful woman, Puuwaiohina from Kauaula, and they committed adultery.
Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press, 1998.
Aole o ke ea mai he kino maoli e noho aku ana, o ke kino eepa nei e noho nei, aohe kupono o ka noho ana, no ka mea he uhane wale no au e noho aku nei no ka nui o kuu hilahila ia Puuhele, nolaila, make iho nei au! Ka 11a i ku kaua i lani nei, Ke ahalani kuku ka ua maaweau, a pela aku.
Many souls came to this place, Kekaa.