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Resources for research in Hawaiian Studies
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ʻĀina & History Print Page

Oral History Resources

Online Resources for Land Research

  • Waihona 'Āina - Mahele Records
    Mahele database, Boundary Commission, Royal Patent, and Land Grants.
  • Papakilo database
    Papakilo: Database created by the Office of Hawaiian Affairs. Currently includes Hawaiian Genealogy Indexes, Hawaiian Place Names Collection, Historic Sites Database, Mahele ‘Aina Indexes, Maps and Newspapers. You will need to create an account, separate from your UH account, to search the Papakilo Database.
  • Kapi'olani Resources
    Website containing information on the following: Ethnobotany of the Ahupua'a, Hawai'i Weather Patterns, the Hawai'i Nisei Story, Roads of Oku: Travels in Japan, the Taiwan Cross-Strait Directory, and Traditions of O'ahu.
  • Maps of Henry E. P. Kekahuna
    Heiau Maps drawn by Henry E. P. Kekahuna
  • Hawaiian Place Names
    Place names compiled from the Records of Boundary Commission and the Board of COmmissioners to Quiet Land Titles of the Kingdom of Hawai'i.
  • Blount Report, Hawai'i Organic Act, & Anti Annexation Petition
    Digitized versions of the Blount Report, Hawai'i Organic Act, and Anti-Annexation Petition available here.

Place Names

Available online from Ulukau. Go to Glossary to find listing of place names. 

Places Associated with Legends, Winds & Rains 

Online History E-Books


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