2 edition of Moolelo found in the catalog.
September 30, 2003
by Mo"Olelo Llc
Written in English
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Click to read more about Moolelo O Molikai, A Ranch Story of Molokai by George Paul Cooke. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for bookloversAuthor: George Paul Cooke. Check out the new look and enjoy easier access to your favorite features5/5(2).
For people who are thinking of leaning the Hawaiian language, this book is an excellent impetuous. Mary Kawena Pukui did a wonderful translation that captures the fun of the story, itʻs complexity, but made sure to leave in the original comments of the narrator, Moses Manu.5/5(1). Add to Book Shelf Flag as Inappropriate He wahi moolelo pokole keia no ka hele ana o ka Moiwahine Kapiolani ame ke Kamaliiwahine Liliuokalani, no na hana hoohiwahiwa i ka Iubile o ka Moiwahine Victoria, o Pelekane, ka aina nona ka oleloia “ Aole e napoo ka la maluna o na palena aina o Pelekane. ” He lehulehu no ka poe i ukali aku ma.
Or imagine reading a comic book version of Hiʻiakaikapoliopele and seeing how heroic our ancestors were. Or imagine watching a big-budget film of Keaomelemele at the theater with fancy special effects and Hawaiian dialogue. We can do it. You just have to give good mana to these stories! This moolelo focused on Dr. Iaukea's family connection to Colonel Curtis P. Iaukea and her extensive research done for her book, The Queen and I. In the book, Iaukea ties personal memories to newly procured political information about Hawaii’s crucial Territorial era.
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Excerpt from Hawaiian Antiquities: Moolelo Hawaii It is a commentary on the fleeting character of fame and human distinction that, even at this short remove from the life of one of Hawaii's most distinguished sons, it is with no little difficulty that one can obtain correct data as to the details of his career; it is also an index of the rapidity with which the plough-share of evolution has 5/5(7).
Paperback: pages Publisher: Honolulu Star Bulletin () Language: English ASIN: BBWTG Package Dimensions: x x inches Shipping Weight: ounces Customer Reviews: out of 5 stars 1 customer rating Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7, in Books (See Top in Books)5/5(1).
This book was originally published prior toand represents a reproduction of an important historical work, maintaining the same format as the original work. While some publishers have opted to apply OCR (optical character recognition) technology to the process, we believe this leads to sub-optimal results (frequent typographical errors 5/5(7).
Hawaiian Antiquities: Moolelo Hawaii, is a singular account of Hawaiian culture and society in pre-Christian times. This engrossing study, tells of the material world of Hawaiians, as well as their origins, myths and beliefs.
Length: pages Enhanced Cited by: Hawaiian Antiquities (Moolelo Hawaii). The two works are clearly linked, however, through general similarities of style, manner of treatment of the historical sections, and absolute identity of language in many passages of the two books.
While the latter was reprinted in. Keaomelemele: He Moolelo Kaao No Keaomelemel'/ the Legend of Keaomelemele (English, Hawaiian and Hawaiian Edition) [Manu, Moses, Nogelmeier, Puakea, Pukui, Mary Kawena] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Keaomelemele: He Moolelo Kaao No Keaomelemel'/ the Legend of Keaomelemele (English, Hawaiian and Hawaiian Edition)Author: Mary Kawena Pukui.
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Founded inKawaikini is a Hawaiian culture, language, and ‘āina-based K school on Kauaʻi. MO’OLELO Mo‘olelo is the Hawaiian word for story, a legend, an article, and ‘olelo provides the link between those of us living today to our ancestors who have come before us.
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Bishop Museum special publication Volume 2 of Special publication, Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum: Author: Davida Malo: Translated by: Nathaniel Bright Emerson: Publisher: Hawaiian Gazette Company, Limited, Original from: the University of California: Digitized: 5/5(1).
This is a famous historical work documenting Hawaiian oral traditions, originally written by Davida Malo in the 19th century. Malo's “Hawaiian catechism” not only documents indigenous Hawaiian myths and genealogy, but also describes cultural norms and taboos, rituals considered essential to well-being, and native Hawaiians' deep connections with their islands through names.
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Mo'olelo Performing Arts Company - 10th Ave, San Diego, California - Rated based on 23 Reviews "Outstanding Staff, Cast & Crew. Congrats. Appears in 9 books from Page 80 - A suitable partner for a chief of the highest rank was his own sister, begotten by the same father and mother as himself.
Such a pairing was called a pio (a bow, a loop, a thing bent on itself) ; and if the union bore fruit, the child would be a chief of the highest rank, a ninau pio, so sacred that 5/5(1).
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An illustration of two photographs. Full text of "Hawaiian antiquities (Moolelo Hawaii)". The book was first published in Hawaiian around (a facsimile of this original has been recently reprinted). He helped form the first Hawaiian Historical Society with Samuel Kamakau in After that group disbanded, another society of the same name was founded in Hawaiian Antiquities: Moolelo Hawaii, is a singular account of Hawaiian culture and society in pre-Christian times.
This engrossing study tells us of the material word of Hawaiians, as well as their origins, myths and beliefs. Product Details; Publish your book with B&: Bishop Museum Press. This is a great book for both the study of the Hawaiian language and the Hawaiian culture.
I recommend this book to everyone who wants to study about Hawai`i (language, people, customs and traditions). E ola mau ka `olelo Hawai`i. Mahalo This book has been an excellent resource for my research/studies on my free time.
This book is a. Okatoba 25 Na Mooinanea i hanai ia Helu 14 Dekemaba 20 Pii o Paliuli ia Kaala a lohe i.“He Moolelo no Kamapuaa” – A Tradition of Kamapuaa () • 9 “Na Wahi Pana o Kaliuwaa” – Storied Places of Kaliuwaa () • 18 He Kanikau–Kaluanui Referenced in a Chant of Lamentation () • 21 Kamapua‘a, the Lono Class of Priests, and Lands Associated with Them () • Moolelo kaao no Keaomelemele Legend of Keaomelemele: Responsibility: na ka haku moolelo kaulana, Moses Manu = "The legend of Keaomelemele" / English translation by Mary Kawena Pukui ; luna hooponopono, editor, Puakea Nogelmeier.