RESEARCH


Kekuaokalani met defeat and death at Kuamoo

West Hawaii Today, Kona Historical Society – December 2012
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ʻAi Noa: Breaking the Food Kapu, 1819

Hawaiian Time Machine – August 2010
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Revisiting the Overturning of the ʻAi kapu

Keikioʻewea Kaʻōpua – September 2009
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A Historical Overview of the Lands, and Trails Traveled, Between Keahou and Kealakekua, Kona, Hawai‘i

Kepä Maly & Onaona Maly – June 2001
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A Walk Through History: Pedestraian Survey Along the Old Government Beach Road, Honalo to Honua‘ino, North Kona, Hawai‘i, Volume I

Peter R. Mills & Manije Irani – 2000
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Fornander Collection of Hawaiian Folk-lore pgs. 478-482

Abraham Fornander – 1918
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