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Below are the resources (and more!) that we went over during your instructional session. Mai poina - there is likely to be more information about mele, wahi pana, stories in specific moʻolelo such as Hiʻiakaikapoliopele, The Wind Gourd of Laʻamaomao, Keaomelemele, Lāʻieikawai, etc.
This website focuses on land documents from the Hawaiian Kingdom era, primarily from the 1840ʻs and 1850ʻs. These land records include detailed descriptions of land management practices and Land Commission Awards.
Traditions of O'ahu presents stories of this island before high-rises, freeways and hotels, before sugar plantations and pineapple fields, before churches and the Bible. The stories tell an ancient history of the island and of ancestors who created a society that valued and nurtured all forms of life and that bonded closely with the 'aina, or life-giving land