2 edition of Fragments of Hawaiian history found in the catalog.
Fragments of Hawaiian history
Ii, John Papa.
by Bishop Museum Press in [Honolulu]
Selections from a series of articles which appeared in the Hawaiian newspaper, Kuokoa, from 1866 to 1870.
|Statement||as recorded by John Papa Ii. Translated by Mary Kawena Pukui. Edited by Dorothy B. Barrère.|
|LC Classifications||DU627 .I4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 183 p.|
|Number of Pages||183|
|LC Control Number||59002902|
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Fragments of Hawaiian history. [Honolulu]: Bishop Museum Press. MLA Citation. Ii, John Papa. and Barrere, Dorothy B. and Pukui, Mary Kawena. and Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum. Fragments of Hawaiian history / as recorded by John Papa Ii ; tr. by Mary Kawena Pukui ; ed. by Dorothy B. Barrere Bishop Museum Press [Honolulu] Australian/Harvard. Papers of the Hawaiian Historical Society (full serial archives) Filed under: Hawaii -- History -- To Honolulu: Sketches of Life, Social, Political, and Religious, in the Hawaiian Islands from to (New York: A. D. F. Randolph and Co., c), by Laura Fish Judd (page images at HathiTrust).
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Fragments of Hawaiian History is a compilation of writings by John Papa 'I'i selected from articles he wrote for the Hawaiian language newspaper Ka Nupepa Kuokoa between and 'I'i wrote with authority on a broad range of historical and cultural subjects as well as on matters of the greatest concern to Hawaiians of his : Bishop Museum Press.
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The author is a native of Hawaii and a historian of Hawaiian history with the Department of Education of Hawaii and the University of Hawaii since This book covers the history of Hawaii including but not limited to Kamehameha the Great, Captain Cook, Captain George Vancouver, Kingdom of Hawaii, Chinatown, US Annexation, Dr.
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Contents. Kamehameha. 3: The Luluka family. Fragments of Hawaiian History is a compilation of writings by John Papa 'I'i selected from articles he wrote for the Hawaiian language newspaper Ka Nupepa Kuokoa between and 'I'i wrote with authority on a broad range of historical and cultural subjects as well as on matters of the greatest concern to Hawaiians of his by: 3.
Fragments of Hawaiian History is a compilation of writings by John Papa 'I'i selected from articles he wrote for the Hawaiian language newspaper Ka Nupepa Kuokoa between and 'I'i wrote with authority on a broad range of historical and cultural subjects as well as on matters of the greatest concern to Hawaiians of his day/5(4).
Get this from a library. Fragments of Hawaiian history. [John Papa Ii; Mary Kawena Pukui; Dorothy B Barrère] -- Account of childhood and youth during the last days of the ancient regime, by a man trained for a life of service in the courts of the high chiefs.
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Brought up for a life of service to the high chiefs, John Papa Ii describes life under the Kamehamehas with the authority of a first-hand witness, Free shipping over $/5(2). Fragments of Hawaiian History.
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Lind. Honolulu: University. Fragments of Hawaiian History by John Papa II,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(5). These were translated by Mary Kawena Pukui and published in as "Fragments of Hawaiian History", which describes life through his personal experiences under Kamehameha, and descriptions of the pattern of Hawaiian culture during a period of great significance in the history of the Hawaiian Kingdom.
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Fragments of Hawaiian History (ebook) Regular price $ Folktales of Hawaiʻi: He Mau Kaʻao Hawaiʻi (ebook) Regular price $ The Hawaiian Journal of History, devoted to the history of Hawai‘i, Polynesia, and the Pacific area, is issued once each year and contains articles on all aspects of Hawai‘i’s history, historical illustrations, book reviews, and an annual selected bibliography of titles of historical interest.
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conceived." (John Papa Ii, Fragments of Hawaiian History,) Davenport continues: "He [Kamehameha] also took Keopuolani, who was the vanquished Kiwala'o's daughter, and with her he had two sons, Liholiho and Kau-i-ke-aouli, and a daughter" (p. 43). Kamehameha was a brother of Keku'iapo'iwa Liliha, the wife of Kiwala'o.Mainlander here.
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