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General Search Tips
- Don't be discouraged if you canʻt find anything right away! Land research can be difficult.
- If you can't find anything specific to your ahuapuaʻ, try searching for the moku.
- Look at subject headings - these work like hashtags and will help you find more relevant sources
- If you found a book, write down or text yourself the call number...this is how you'll find the book on the shelves (don't forget to check around the area, you might find other books)
- Save yourself time and stress - check the table of contents or index to see if your ahupuaʻa is mentioned in the book.