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 Aloha counts: Census 2000 special tabulations for Native Hawaiians
(English)
 Annotated bibliography of Alu Like Native Hawaiian reports, 1976-1998
(English)
 Atlas of Hawaiʻi
(English)
 The brindled dog (No ka ʻīlio moʻo)
(English and Hawaiian)
 A collection of historical accounts and oral history interviews with elder kamaʻāina fisher-people from the Kapalilua region of South Kona, island of Hawaiʻi (He wahi moʻolelo no na lawaiʻa ma Kapalilua, Kona Hema, Hawaiʻi)
(Includes some Hawaiian)
 A collection of traditions, historical accounts and kamaʻāina recollections of Kaluanui and vicinity, Koʻolauloa, Island of Oʻahu (He wahi moʻolelo no Kaluanui ma Koʻolauloa, Mokupuni ʻo Oʻahu)
(Includes some Hawaiian)
 David Kalākaua
(Includes some Hawaiian)
 A dictionary of the Hawaiian language
(English and Hawaiian)
 A dictionary of the Hawaiian language (revised by Henry H. Parker)
(English and Hawaiian)
 Documents relating to the restoration of the Sandwich Islands flag
(English and Hawaiian)
 The early mapping of Hawaiʻi
(English)
 The face of her king (Ke alo o kona mōʻī)
(Hawaiian and English)
 First book in Hawaiian
(English and Hawaiian)
 Fornander collection of Hawaiian antiquities and folk-lore. Vol. 5
(English)
 From the mountains to the sea: early Hawaiian life
(English)
 A gazetteer of the territory of Hawaii
(English)
 Grammar of the Hawaiian language
(English and Hawaiian)
 Guide to newspapers of Hawaiʻi, 1834-2000
(English)
 Hana hou: outstanding articles in applied educational research from the Kamehameha journal of education, 1990-1995
(English)
 Hana ka lima, ʻai ka waha: a collection of historical accounts and oral history interviews with kamaʻāina residents and fisher-people of lands in the Haleleʻa-Nāpali region on the island of Kauaʻi
(English and Hawaiian)
 Ka hana lawaiʻa a me nā koʻa o nā kai ʻewalu: summary of detailed findings from research on the history of fishing practices and marine fisheries of the Hawaiian Islands
(English)
 Hawaiʻi Island legends
(English)
 Hawaiʻi place names: shores, beaches, and surf sites
(English and Hawaiian)
 Hawaiian canoe-building traditions
(English)
 Hawaiian dictionary
(English and Hawaiian)
 Hawaiian feather work
(Includes some Hawaiian)
 Hawaiian grammar
(English and Hawaiian)
 The Hawaiian kingdom, vol. 1, 1778-1854, foundation and transformation
(English)
 The Hawaiian kingdom, vol. 2, 1854-1874, twenty critical years
(English)
 The Hawaiian kingdom, vol. 3, 1874-1893, The Kalakaua dynasty
(English)
 The Hawaiian language and Hawaiian-English dictionary: a complete grammar
(English and Hawaiian)
 Hawaiian language imprints, 1822-1899
(English)
 Hawaiian language references (ʻŌlelo Makuahine)
(English)
 Hawaiian mythology
(Includes some Hawaiian)
 An historic inventory of the physical, social and economic, and industrial resources of the Territory of Hawaii
(English)
 A history of fishing practices and marine fisheries of the Hawaiian Islands: oral history interviews
(Includes some Hawaiian) — Hawaiian version here.
 A history of fishing practices and marine fisheries of the Hawaiian Islands (Ka hana lawaiʻa a me nā koʻa o na kai ʻewalu)
(English) — Hawaiian version here.
 Nā honua mauli ola: Hawaiʻi guidelines for culturally healthy and responsive learning environments
(Includes some Hawaiian)
 Hoʻoulu: our time of becoming: Hawaiian epistemology and early writings, Manulani Aluli Meyer
(Includes some Hawaiian)
 Ka huakaʻi 2005: Native Hawaiian educational assessment
(English)
 Hūlili, Vol. 1, no. 1 (2004)
(English)
 Hūlili, Vol. 2, no. 1 (2005)
(English)
 Hūlili, Vol. 3, no. 1 (2006)
(English)
 Hūlili, Vol. 4, no. 1 (2007)
(Includes some Hawaiian)
 Hūlili, Vol. 5, no. 1 (2008)
(Includes some Hawaiian)
 Index to Sites of Oʻahu, the 1978 edition
(English)
 Index to the Honolulu advertiser and Honolulu star-bulletin 1929-1967. Volume I: A to Death, 1965 (De Mello)
(English)
 Index to the Honolulu advertiser and Honolulu star-bulletin 1929-1967. Vol. II: Death, 1965 (Dempsey) to Honolulu Dept of Parks and Recreation
(English)
 Index to the Honolulu advertiser and Honolulu star-bulletin 1929-1967. Volume III: Honolulu Dept of Public Works to Pianists (Gary Graffman 10/6/58)
(English)
 Index to the Honolulu advertiser and Honolulu star-bulletin 1929-1967. Volume IV: Pianists (Philippa Schulyer 12/6/58) to US Federal Aviation Agency)
(English)
 Index to the Honolulu advertiser and Honolulu star-bulletin 1929-1967. Volume V: US Federal Aviation Agency to Z
(English)
 Index to the Honolulu advertiser and Honolulu star-bulletin 1968-1969
(English)
 Is there an alligator at Kaipāpaʻu? (Aia ka ʻalakeka ma Kaipāpaʻu?)
(Hawaiian and English)
 Kaina the koa tree (ʻO Kaina ke kumu koa)
(English and Hawaiian)
 Kamaʻāina recollections: oral history interviews for the Kaluanui & Kaliuwaʻa vicinity
(Includes some Hawaiian)
 Kamehameha and his warrior Kekūhaupiʻo (Moolelo kaao no Kuhaupio ke koa kaulana o ke au o Kamehameha ka Nui)
(English and Hawaiian) — Hawaiian version here.
 Kamehameha II: Liholiho and the impact of change
(Includes some Hawaiian)
 Kamehameha III: Kauikeaouli
(Includes some Hawaiian) — Hawaiian version here.
 Kamehameha IV: Alexander Liholiho
(English) — Hawaiian version here.
 Kamehameha the Great
(Includes some Hawaiian) — Hawaiian version here.
 Kamehameha V: Lot Kapuāiwa
(English) — Hawaiian version here.
 Kāneʻohe: where I live (ʻO Kāneʻohe: koʻu wahi noho)
(Includes some Hawaiian) — Hawaiian version here.
 The Kumulipo: a Hawaiian creation chant
(English and Hawaiian)
 Life in early Hawaiʻi: the ahupuaʻa
(English)
 Liliʻuokalani
(English) — Hawaiian version here.
 A little book of helpful hints (He wahi puke kākoʻo)
(Includes some Hawaiian)
 Lunalilo
(English) — Hawaiian version here.
 Mapping the lands and waters of Hawaiʻi
(English)
 Mauna Kea, the famous summit of the land (Mauna Kea, ka piko kaulana o ka ʻāina)
(Includes some Hawaiian)
 Nā mele o Hawaiʻi nei: 101 Hawaiian songs
(English and Hawaiian)
 Molokaʻi: where I live
(Includes some Hawaiian)
 He moʻolelo ʻāina: a cultural study of the Puʻu Makaʻala Natural Area Reserve districts of Hilo and Puna, island of Hawaiʻi
(Includes some Hawaiian)
 He moʻolelo ʻāina: a cultural study of the Puʻu o ʻUmi Natural Area Reserve and Kohala-Hāmākua mountain lands, districts of Kohala and Hāmākua, island of Hawaiʻi
(Includes some Hawaiian)
 He moʻolelo ʻāina no Kaʻeo me kāhi ʻāina e aʻe ma Honuaʻula o Maui (A cultural-historical study of Kaʻeo and other lands in Honuaʻula, island of Maui)
(Includes some Hawaiian)
 He moʻolelo ʻāina no Kaʻeo-- oral history interviews with kamaʻāina of the Honuaʻula region
(Includes some Hawaiian)
 He moʻolelo no Maui Hikina--Kalialinui i uka a me nā ʻāina o lalo (A cultural-historical study of East Maui--the uplands of Kalialinui, and the lands that lie below, island of Maui)
(Includes some Hawaiian)
 Nānā i ke kumu (Look to the source). Vol. I
(English)
 Nānā i ke kumu (Look to the source). Vol. II
(English)
 Native Hawaiian data book 2006
(English)
 Native use of fish in Hawaii
(English)
 The naughty ʻelepaio (No ka ʻelepaio kolohe)
(Hawaiian and English)
 ʻŌiwi Vol. 1 (1998)
(English and Hawaiian)
 ʻŌiwi Vol. 2 (2002)
(English and Hawaiian)
 ʻŌiwi Vol. 3 (2003)
(English and Hawaiian)
 Pauahi: the Kamehameha legacy
(English)
 Place names of Hawaii
(English and Hawaiian)
 Polk 1880: Hawaiian kingdom statistical and commercial directory and tourists' guide, 1880/1881
(English)
 Polk 1890: Directory and hand-book of the Kingdom of Hawaii, 1890
(English)
 Polk 1892: Directory and hand-book of the Kingdom of Hawaii, 1892
(English)
 The Polynesian family system in Ka-ʻu, Hawaiʻi
(Includes some Hawaiian)
 Princess Bernice Pauahi Bishop
(English)
 Project Kāhea Loko (English book)
(English) — Hawaiian version here.
 A research manual on information access and retrieval of genealogical and land information from government repositories in the State of Hawaii
(Includes some Hawaiian)
 Resource units in Hawaiian culture
(Includes some Hawaiian)
 Ruling chiefs of Hawaii
(English)
 A short synopsis of the most essential points in Hawaiian grammar
(English and Hawaiian)
 Song of eternity
(Includes some Hawaiian)
 Spoken Hawaiian
(English and Hawaiian)
 Stories of life in old Hawaiʻi
(English)
 The story of Hawaiian royalty
(English)
 The story of Maui royalty
(English)
 Surveying the mahele
(English)
 Tales of the menehune
(English)
 Title searching for the non-professional
(English)
 To honor Mau: voyage of the Hokuleʻa through Micronesia, January 23-April 7, 2007
(English, Hawaiian, and Satawalese)
 The ʻulu tree (No ke kumu ʻulu)
(English and Hawaiian)
 Unwritten literature of Hawaii: the sacred songs of the hula
(Includes some Hawaiian)
 A vocabulary of words in the Hawaiian language
(English and Hawaiian)
 The voices of Eden: a history of Hawaiian language studies
(English)
 He wahi moʻolelo no Kauaʻula a me kekāhi ʻāina o Lahaina i Maui (A collection of traditions and historical accounts of Kauaʻula and other lands of Lahaina, Maui) Volume I, part 1
(Includes some Hawaiian)
 He wahi moʻolelo no Kauaʻula a me kekāhi ʻāina o Lahaina i Maui (A collection of traditions and historical accounts of Kauaʻula and other lands of Lahaina, Maui) Volume I, part 2
(Includes some Hawaiian)
 He wahi moʻolelo no Keauhou a me na wahi pana ma laila: a collection of traditions, historical accounts and kamaʻāina recollections of Keauhou and its storied places
(Includes some Hawaiian)
 Wai o ke ola: he wahi moʻolelo no Maui Hikina (Vol. I)
(Includes some Hawaiian)
 Wai o ke ola: he wahi moʻolelo no Maui Hikina (Vol. II)
(Includes some Hawaiian)
 Waiʻanae: where I live (ʻO Waiʻanae: koʻu wahi noho)
(English) — Hawaiian version here.
 Waimānalo: where I live (ʻO Waimānalo: koʻu wahi noho)
(Includes some Hawaiian) — Hawaiian version here.
 The water of ka puna hou (No ka wai o ka puna hou)
(English and Hawaiian)
 The water of Kāne and other legends of the Hawaiian Islands
(English)

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