Legends of old Honolulu / collected and translated from the Hawaiian by W. D. Westervelt Westervelt, W. D. (William Drake), 1849-1939

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Westervelt, W. D. (William Drake), 1849-1939
Subjects
Legends -- Hawaii -- Honolulu; Legends - United States.; Hawaii
Contents
  • Machine derived contents note: 1. The Migration Of The Hawaiians 1
  • 2. Legendary Places In Honolulu 14
  • 3. The God Of Pakaka Temple 23
  • 4. Legend Of The Bread-Fruit Tree 28
  • 5. The Gods Who Found Water 37
  • 6. The Water Of Life Of Ka-Ne 43
  • 7. Mamala The Surf-Rider 52
  • 8. A Shark Punished At Waikiki 55
  • 9. The Legendary Origin Of Kapa 59
  • 10. Creation Of Man 70
  • 11. The Chief With The Wonderful Servants 75
  • 12. The Great Dog Ku 82
  • 13. The Cannibal Dog-Man 90
  • 14. The Canoe Of The Dragon 97
  • 15. The Wonderful Shell 105
  • 16. The Ghost Dance On Punchbowl 112
  • 17. The Bird-Man Of Nuuanu Valley 121
  • 18. The Owls Of Honolulu 127
  • 19. The Two Fish From Tahiti 138
  • 20. Iwa, The Notable Thief Of Oahu 148
  • 21. Pikoi The Rat-Killer 157
  • 22. Kawelo 173
  • 23. "Chief Man-Eater" 189
  • 24. Lepe-A-Moa 204
  • 25. Kamapuaa Legends 244.
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