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Leeward CC: An ʻĀina-based research guide: Moʻolelo: Kaʻahupāhau & Kahiʻukā

Mural entitled "Hoʻopili" located at Makakilo Elementary School and created through the Mele Murals Project by the Estria Foundation

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Reports & Articles

Articles:

Noelani Puniwai. (2020). Pua ka Wiliwili, Nanahu ka Manō: Understanding Sharks in Hawaiian CultureHuman Biology92(1), 11–17. https://doi.org/10.13110/humanbiology.92.1.03

He Moʻolelo Kaʻao no Kaʻehuikimanōopuʻuloa

The epic tale of Kaʻehuikimanōopuʻuloa has one of the most thorough accounts of how Kaʻahupāhau, Kahiʻukā, and their retainers lived within Puʻuloa. There a few versions of this tale and a few ways for you to read it, via e-book, audiobook, or by reading it in the nūpepa (Hawaiian language newspapers.

No Mikololou a me Kaʻahupāhau

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