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Hawaiian Genealogies

Extracted from Hawaiian Language Newspapers (Hawaiian Genealogies)

by Edith Kawelohea McKinzie

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Published by Institute for Polynesian Studies .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Genealogy,
  • Reference works,
  • Reference,
  • Hawaii,
  • Hawaiians

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages168
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8418204M
    ISBN 100939154374
    ISBN 109780939154371
    OCLC/WorldCa12555087

    This book still seems to be a standard reference, and given its ubiquity in Hawaiian bookstores (especially those aimed at tourist trade) it is itself now something of an anthropological artifact. As I have read and reread it, though, I have come to appreciate the difficulty of its task, and the skill with which it compiles stories from a /5.   Religion and mythology were interwovenin Hawaiian culture; and local legends and genealogies were preserved in song,chant, and narrative. Martha Beckwith was thefirst scholar to chart a path through the hundreds of books, articles, andlittle-known manuscripts that recorded the oral narratives of the Hawaiianpeople.4/4(2).

    TITLE: Hawaiian genealogies: extracted from Hawaiian language newspapers HAWN CSM35 v. 1 & 2 Notes: In Hawaiian with English translation. Check names in indexes. Information is from 13 Hawaiian newspapers published Supplements manuscript genealogies at Hawaiÿi State Archives. Size: KB. PART III The Polynesian Chant of Creation CHAPTER TWENTY-FIVE Hawaiian Accounts of Creation. FAMILY chant like the Kumulipo, passed down orally from one generation to the next without the stabilizing force of a written text, must have been constantly exposed to political changes within the family and to the urge felt by a new song-maker to revitalize the old memorial by giving it a fresh.

    Hawaiian Mission Children's Society The Hawaiian Mission Children’s Society Library is a rare book, manuscript and special collections library located on the grounds of the Mission Houses Museum in downtown Honolulu. The general focus of the Library's collection is on the history of Hawaiʻi from - . Book I of the Hawaiian Language Reprint Series Ke Kupu Hou Second printing / pages. Cloth $38/$30 to HHS members Paper $20/$16 to HHS members ISBN (paper); (cloth) Created as a gift to honor King Kalākaua, this is the only book of Hawaiian poetic compositions published during the Hawaiian monarchy period.


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Laie, Hawaii: Institute for Polynesian Studies, Brigham Young University--Hawaii Campus ; Honolulu, Hawaii: Distributed by University of Hawaii Press, - (OCoLC) : Hawaiian Genealogies: Extracted from Hawaiian Language Newspapers, Vol.

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Check names in indexes. Information is from 13 Hawaiian newspapers published Supplements manuscript Author: Dore Minatodani.

Hawaiian Genealogies: Extracted from Hawaiian Language Newspapers, Vol. 1 by McKinzie, Edith Kawelohea and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at   The records of land transactions may include various kinds of genealogical information depending on the type of transaction.

Ownership of land by individuals began with the mahele  inand original land titles are either Land Commission Awards (LCA) with a Royal Patent of Confirmation (RP) which are based on claims to a right to the land beforeor Grants (Gr.) which were. Blue Book of Hawaii Nei: A Society Directory of the Hawaiian Islands, Call Number: HAWN DUB6 /34,Directory and Reference Book of.

This book of geneologies, Kumuhonua, was copied from the Honolulu Archives, Book #44, back in the eighties. This book contains mostly ancient genealogies, with some lines leading into the 19th century.

You will not find very many modern family connections in this : Annemarie Paikai. Hawaiian Genealogies: Spouse(s) Clayton McKinzie: Children: Joleen Hokuloa McKinzie: Edith Kawelohea Kapule McKinzie (Octo – Octo ) was an American genealogist, educator, author, and an expert in hula and chant.

She published two books on Hawaiian genealogy, was Director of the Hawaiian Language Newspaper Index Project, and taught traditional hula and chant Born: Edith Kawelohea Kapule, Octo. Get this from a library.

Hawaiian genealogies: extracted from Hawaiian language newspapers / Vol. [Edith Kawelohea McKinzie; Ishmael W Stagner; Institute for Polynesian Studies. Brigham Young University-Hawaii Campus.].

Kalaniʻōpuʻu-a-Kaiamamao (c. – April ) was the aliʻi nui (supreme monarch) of the island of was called Terreeoboo, King of Owhyhee by James Cook and other Europeans. His name has also been written as Kaleiopuu. Biography. Kalaniʻōpuʻu was the son of Kalaninuiamamao (k) and his wife Kamākaʻimoku (w), a high ranking aliʻi wahine (female of hereditary nobility Issue: Kīwalaʻō, Kalaipaihala, Pualinui, Keōua.

The Hawaiian Kingdom is a permanent three part set s got prosecuted in Kamehameha's according to International laws, Nations claimed their for the U.S./U.S.A. to claim theirs. the State of Hawaii is a belligerent occupier, etc.

and setting up a "government such as OHA' and assuming private properties calling it PLDC when Kamehameha III's. A major published genealogical collection is Edith Kawelohea McKinzie, Hawaiian Genealogies: Extracted from Hawaiian Language Newspapers.

Two Volumes. (Honolulu: Brigham Young University–Hawaii, ; Family History Library book D2m). The FamilySearch Catalog also lists several sources on Hawaiian nobility under HAWAII - NOBILITY.

You will find searchable Hawaiian language dictionaries, online newspapers, books, the Hawaiian Bible, genealogy, māhele and other place name resources and much more. Ulukau was founded as the Hawaiian Electronic Library in Religion and mythology were interwovenin Hawaiian culture; and local legends and genealogies were preserved in song,chant, and narrative.

Martha Beckwith was thefirst scholar to chart a path through the hundreds of books, articles, andlittle-known manuscripts that recorded the.

Hawaiian Genealogies by Edith McKinzie; Ishmael W. Stagner (Editor) Call Number: CSM35 (Hawaiian Collection) Researching one's Chinese roots by Kum Pui Lai and Violet Lau Lai Call Number: CSG43 (Hawaiian Collection) Finding your roots Author: Annie Thomas.

Na Mookuauhau Hawaii. Na mookuauhau i pai ia i loko o na nupepa Hawaii, a i pai ole ia i loko o na puke i kakau ia e Edith McKinzie.

He Ku Auhau no na'Lii Kahiko: nui mai lalo mai, o Hawaii nei, i noho aupuni ai. Ka Nupepa Kuokoa, I He mau mea i hoahalahala ia me na mea iloko o na kaao Hawaii Ka Nupepa Kuokoa, Feberu   In Hawaiian with English translation. Check names in indexes. Information is from 13 Hawaiian newspapers published Supplements manuscript Author: Keahiahi Long.McKinzie, Edith Kawelohea.

and Stagner, Ishmael W. Hawaiian genealogies: extracted from Hawaiian language newspapers / Edith Kawelohea McKinzie ; edited by Ishmael W. Stagner, II Institute for Polynesian Studies, Brigham Young University--Hawaii Campus ; Distributed by University of Hawaii Press Laie, Hawaii: Honolulu, Hawaii