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Voyaging Chiefs of Hawaii

Teuira Henry

Voyaging Chiefs of Hawaii

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Published by Kalamaku Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Literature: Texts,
  • Modern fiction,
  • Literature: Classics,
  • Fiction,
  • Sociology,
  • Folklore & Mythology,
  • Literary

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages208
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8518883M
    ISBN 100962310255
    ISBN 109780962310256
    OCLC/WorldCa36427947

    () Farrington Hwy Kapolei, HI /5(K).


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Voyaging Chiefs of Havai‘i. Sixteen narratives of voyaging migrations and travels, from around Polynesia, by Teuira Henry & Others. pages. Out of Print. Expanded and reissued as an online collection in Table of Contents to the right.

For stories of modern Polynesian voyaging, see KCCN Hawaiian Radio Cultural Vignette Series. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.

Ruling Chiefs of Hawaii. The resulting book was an immediate success, and soon became a classic of Hawaiian history. Now, thirty years later, the book has long been out of print.

Kamehameha Schools is happy to publish a new edition, with significant advantages over the former edition. While the original text has remained unchanged, the new. NOTES. This version of the story of Kupe was published in Journal of the Polynesian Society, Vol.

4,pp. It is “Part II. Te Kawae-raro, or ‘Things Terrestial’” of The Lore of the Whare-wananga, told by Te Matorohanga, recorded by H.T. Whatahoro, and translated by S. Percy story begins, “The Sage of the whare-wananga said to the assembled people in‘I.

Ruling Chiefs of Hawaii was written during the late s to by Samuel Manaiakalani Kamakau, one of the great native Hawaiian historians of his days. The author probably had many primary sources to write his account of the early days of Hawaiian history, many of the oral sources that is no longer available in our modern by: About the Book; Contents: A Search for Küulakai; Aumäkua of Kona, Oahu; Voyaging Chiefs of Käneohe Bay; Killing the Cannibal King; He Mele No Käne: A Song of Life; A.

Another Legacy of Hawai'i's Voyaging Chiefs: Models of Successful Leadership presented by Dr. Kēhaunani Abad What might today's Hawaiian community leaders share in. Ruling chiefs of Hawaii [ Original Images ] Book Covers [ Original Images ] [ Expand Contents ] Front Matter [ Original Images ] [ Expand Contents ] Chap.

I The Story of ʻUmi (Pages ) [ Original Images ] [ Expand Contents ] Chap. II The Story of Kiha-a-Piʻi-lani (Pages ). This book's mythological epic, perhaps more than any other, brings primal elements together, and its lyric power and drama are unsurpassed in traditional Hawaiian lore.

Here are captured the poetry of Hawaiian places, the feel of the Hawaiian landscape—whose volcanic features are the handiwork of Pele herself—and the unique mood of old Voyaging Chiefs of Hawaii book Stefanie Sasaki.

The Long Beach Chiefs were an American basketball team based in Honolulu, Hawaii (–62) and Long Beach, California (–63) that was a member of the American Basketball : Long Beach Arena, Civic Auditorium.

Very interesting and unique book. Written well over a century ago by a scholar who lived during the final portion reported of this book. Presents approximately years of Hawaiian history from the first Chief to unite all the islands through contact with settlers and switch to constitutional monarchy/5.

(Philadelphia: Temple University Press, ), Teuira Henry, Voyaging Chiefs ofHavai'i(Honolulu: Kalamaku Press, ), Lilikala Kame'eleihiwa,The Legendary Tradition ofKamapua'aThe Hawaiian Pig-God(Honolulu: Bishop Museum, ), Dennis Kawaharada, Storied Landscapes:: HawaiianFile Size: 3MB. Against all odds, the voyagers find the volcanic islands of Hawaii.

They start the first community on the Big Island in Waipio Valley. Based on the book, Voyaging Chiefs of Hawaii book The Discovery of Hawaii, by famed native Hawaiian artist and historian, Herb Kawainui Kane, this film tells the story of the first landing in Hawaii.

The second Division of lands took place during the summer ofwhen most of the chiefs ceded a third of their lands to the Government, in order to obtain an allodial title for the remainder. W.D. ALEXANDER, Superintendent of Government Survey, The Kingdom Of Hawaii.

THE CHIEFS OF HAWAII. ROYAL ALLODIUM PATENTS (BUKE MAHELE BOOK ). Ruling Chiefs of Hawaii by Kamakau, Samuel M. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at He served as designer and first captain of the voyaging canoe replica Hokulea, which has logged more t miles, navigated without instruments.

Named a Living Treasure of Hawaii, he was a founding director of the Native Hawaiian Culture & Arts Program, and awarded the Charles Reed Bishop Medal from the Bishop Museum/5(33).

The rulers of the Hawaiian islands (noho aliʻi o ko Hawaiʻi Pae ʻAina) are a line of native Hawaiians who were independent rulers of various subdivisions of the land and islands of genealogy is traced to Hānalaʻanui and others.

The caste system of ancient Hawaiian society was established around AD and separated the people into 4 distinct ranks that were all below the. AUDIO/VIDEO RESOURCES 1. TITLE: LEGACY OF HAWAII’S VOYAGING CHIEFS: MODELS OF SUCCESSFUL LEADERSHIP BY: BERNICE PAUAHI BISHOP MUSEUM & ABAD What might today's Hawaiian community leaders share in common with Hawai'i's legendary chiefs.

Many aspects of what are considered to be foundational Hawaiian leadership traits stem from the era of voyagingFile Size: KB. *S.M. Kamakau, Ruling Chiefs of Hawaii, Translated from the newspaper Ke Au Okoa SC Sterling *Abraham Fornander, An Account of the Polynesian Race: Its Origins and Migrations London *Pi’opi’o State Park signage- Hilo, Hawaii – Kamehameha Schools.

Ina voyaging canoe set sail from Hawai’i to Tahiti for the first time in over years. Accompanying these mariners aboard their historic voyage the tale told in those pages comes to life through the images of Herb Kawainui Kane and the vision filmmaker Paul Csige.

Therefore, there’s a few variations and debates about Mo’ikeha’s voyage from Tahiti to Hawaii. The primary source I used for this paper is Teuira Henry’s version in her book, Voyaging Chiefs of Hawai’i and an excerpt from it is featured in the world history textbook, Traditions and : Kalea Tetsuka.

Star Line 1. Ke Kā o Makali‘i ("The Canoe-Bailer of Makali‘i") Ke Kā o Makali‘i is formed by five stars curving across the sky from 'akau (north) to hema (south) in the shape of a bailer. It rises in the east like a cup, holding the constellation of Orion and Taurus, and as it begins to set in the west, it pours the content of the cup down to the western horizon.

Hawaii - Hawaii - People: Most anthropologists believe that the original settlement of Hawaii was by Polynesians who migrated northwest from the Marquesas Islands between the 4th and 7th centuries ce, to be followed by a second wave of immigrants that sailed from Tahiti during the 9th or 10th century.

The capabilities demonstrated by the revival of the use of the voyaging canoe and traditional. The annual Hawaii Book & Music Festival in downtown Honolulu attracts thousands each spring.

The University of Hawaii Press is one of the most impressive university presses in the country, and first-rate literary magazines like Manoa, Hawaii Review, and Bamboo Ridge often deal with what it means to call the Islands : Mike Dillon. Ruling chiefs of Hawaii. Samuel Manaiakalani Kamakau.

Kamehameha Schools Press, - Hawaiians - pages. 0 Reviews. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

Contents. The Story of Umi. 1: The Story of KihaaPiilani. The population of the islands increased rapidly and chiefs undertook the building of large public works projects such as fish ponds, taro terraces, irrigation systems and heiau (temples). Afterlong distance voyaging ceased, and Hawaiian culture and society continued to develop along its unique path.

When Captain Cook arrived in on his third voyage to Hawaii in less than two years, he was met off the coast of Maui by the islands king Kahekili who had been battling the Big Island chiefs for decades. A few days later Cook sailed along the Hana coast were he was met by the Big Island’s king Kalaniopu’u and his warrior nephew Kamehameha.

The early Polynesians were some of the most accomplished navigators of their day, embarking upon voyages of discovery that brought them to. Get print book. No eBook available. ; Barnes&; Go to Google Play Now» Ruling Chiefs of Hawaii. Samuel Manaiakalani Kamakau.

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Other editions - View all. Ruling chiefs. Shark Going Inland Is My Chief The Island Civilization of Ancient Hawaii by Patrick Vinton Kirch available in Hardcover onalso read synopsis and reviews. and#;Patrick Kirch's new book takes the reader to many distant islands and pivotal moments of Author: Patrick Vinton Kirch.

The other chiefs all around Hawaii remained under his rule and placed their sons under Liloa. It was customary in the olden days for some chiefs to serve others, and they became war lords (kuhina kaua), keepers of the treasures of the chiefs (alii puuku), and war leaders (mamaka kaua).

Thus did the chiefs and sons of chiefs serve Liloa. Hawai’i is the most isolated archipelago on Earth. It is astonishing that Polynesian explorers in double-hulled canoes—lashed together with coconut fiber and propelled by sails of woven mats—discovered and settled these islands roughly a thousand years ago.

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The year-old also is one of the youngest chiefs to hold that office. But wisdom and leadership evidently are not defined by one’s age.

The cousin unites the Hawaiian Islands and becomes Hawaiʻi’s greatest ruler. This book is targeted to children ages 4 to 12, but has a moral for all ages, “Beautiful plumage is most meaningful when it is earned through perseverance, humility and hard work.” Hawaiian Language, Native Books.

Restoring the Kingdom of Hawaii: The Kanaka. The book on Kamehameha and the ali´i (royals or aristocracy) of native Hawai´i is probably Samuel Manaiakalani Kamakau’s Ruling Chiefs of Hawaii; written in the late 19 th century, it is now hard to find and drew on much primary research no longer possible : Amy Hundley.

The communication between their communities offered by their swift voyaging canoes was a major reason for the maintenance of basic systems of language, social structure and numerous cultural similarities for more than 3, years.

Only Ariki (royal paramount chiefs) commanded the resources to build, maintain and operate large voyaging canoes. Along with David Malo and John Papa ʻĪʻī, Kamakau is considered one of Hawaii’s greatest historians, and his contributions to the preservation of Hawaiian history have been honored throughout the state of Hawaiʻi.

Inthe Kamehameha Schools Press published Kamakau’s first two series as a book entitled Ruling Chiefs of Hawaiʻi. USURPING CHIEFS. PI‘ILANI of Maui had by Laie-lohelohe two sons and a daughter named Lono-pi‘ilani, Kiha-pi‘ilani, and Pi‘ikea.

Lono-pi‘ilani succeeded to the rule over his father's lands. Pi‘ikea made a marriage, considered a misalliance by the blue-blooded chiefs of. Voyaging Chiefs of Hawaii, by Teuira Henry and others and edited by Dennis Kawaharada.

c folklore of Polynesian and Hawaiian migrations by canoe Water in the Ring of Fire: Folktales from the Asia-Pacific, edited by Carla M. Pacis. Chief Hawaii. 1, likes.

I am nicknamed CHIEF. I am a local Hawaii designer who appreciates dated prints and textiles. I Upcycle vintage clothing & leather into current trendsFollowers: 1K.The state encompasses nearly the entire Hawaiian archipelago, islands spread over 1, miles (2, km).

The volcanic archipelago is physiographically and ethnologically part.The earliest people to arrive and settle the Hawaiian islands were Polynesian seafarers who travelled from Marquesas in the 3rd century.

The Polynesian sailors were expert navigators and would have reached Hawaii in their voyaging canoes at a time when Western boats rarely left sight of land, demonstrating how advanced the society was at the time.