Oahu to MauiMaui, Oahu
Best of Oahu and Maui
A descendent of the Pi'ilani line of Maui and the Kahakumakaliua line of Kauai, he examines questions of racialism and imperialism in Hawaii and documents the work of the local students' organisations in Hawaii and the Hawaii self-government organisation Ka Lahuni Hawaii. An expandable laminate map with colored illustrations and brief description of common species of bird, mammal and other life in Hawaii.
Usorio shows the impact of the West's right on the nation hood of Hawaiians in the Kingdom of Hawaii's domestic politics from the beginning of the 1840s to the 1887 bayonet constitution. She relies on Hawaiian for this enlightening presentation of the people's opposition to the United States' annexation in Hawaii.
More than a hundred years ago, Brennert's novel by seven-year-old Rachel Kalama, full of old Hawaiian storytelling, is based on historic reports of Kalaupapa, the remote leprosy settlement on Moloka'I Isle. This is a living, learned story of Hawaii, from Cook's first trip to the Hawaiian Isles in 1778 to the state.
This is a classical, well-told tale, first released in 1968. In 1893 Queen Liliuokalani, who was expelled from the United States, recounts the stories of her island. From prehistory to 1959, a fictitious, romantically illustrated survey of the island's past, present and future population. An intriguing tale of the youngest (and probably most unique) state of America.
James Haley, curator and researcher, traces Hawaii's epochal voyage from the realm to the states. Royal houses and villains, sweethearts, political figures and evangelists stand in Silver's gripping story of Liliuokalani, the last of Hawaii's queens. This is a 1:150,000 and 1:330,000 scale mapping of all of Hawaii's islands, includes O'ahu, Kaua'i, Maui, Moloka'i and Lana'i.
Clark compared and contrasted the Hawaiian society and civilization on the anniversary of the bombardment and sixty years later, listing the changes brought about by the Second World War. He follows the growing tension between the United States and the once-neutral Hawaii until the end of the nineteenth centuary and documents how the indigenous people opposed Annexion.
A local guidebook to the islands of Hawaii - good-looking, extensive and great. LAUDEAN will take the reader on a thought-provoking, extensive trip through Hawaii's farm and garden, seafood auction and greengrocery market, trade shows and carnevals, mom-and-pop shops and lunches to discover the charming complexity and inconsistencies in Hawaii's cuisine. Featuring colorful images of common bird, mammal, reptile, amphibian and fishing species, this versatile guidebook provides information on Hawaii's terrain and favourite wildlife preserves.
Inspired by Theroux's days on the island where he has a home, this humorous young man of ex-Pats and their kind shows a whole bunch of eccentric men staying and visiting a flea bag house on the Oahu coastline. He tells the thrilling story of the buckling pestilence that hit the Hawaiian coastline when the island was to become U.S. land through the eye of the humans in the huge fire that ravaged Honolulus Chinatown.
Auto-biographical story of infancy at a Maui farm at the beginning of this centenary. This is a classical report about the old Hawaii, warm-hearted and atmospheric. It is a story of island economies from the sandals and whales to sugars, travel and Japan's investments in the 1980s. On the trail of Hawaii's Americanisation from the advent of the first Hawaiian Missionary in 1820 to its 1898 annunciation (Queen Liliuokalani was in Washington during the McKinley consecration to rescue her nation), Vowell shows the complexity of the interaction of divine, commercial and traditional with her customary sharp joke (and research).
Concentrating on the experiences of Hawaii's natives rather than those of their colonisers, Buck looks at the changes in Hawaii' civilization over the past 200 years. From the great volcanographer (who passed away on Mount Onzen in Japan in 1992), this booklet shows several hundred full-colour pictures and retraces the volcanic history from early myths and legends to contemporary man.
The journalist Tom Coffman takes Hawaii's history into the 20th centuries through this new interpretation of great political and social incidents before and after the state in 1959. An easy-to-handle laminate map with colour images of 60 ordinary and dramatic inhabitants of Hawaii' localities.