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2010 revision of the Hawaiʻi State Library's Hawaiian Legends Index. The Legends Index offers subject access to 77 publications of Hawaiian legends in English. Subjects indexed include: places, including heiau and fishponds; mythological and historical figures; plants; animals; objects and activities; human characteristics; geographical features.
Ulukau is the "Electronic Hawaiian Library." When searching on the site, remember that you can view the site in English or Hawaiian Language. Also, results are divided into (5) categories: Special Features, Beginners, Intermediate, General, and Reference. Also, the number of matches underneath each results points to the relevance of the result.
This site was established in 1999 and provides access to digital versions of texts that are in the public domain (a.k.a. free of copyright). The site focuses on religion, mythology, legends and folklore, and there is a page dedicated to Pacific Islander religions.
"Traditions of O'ahu presents stories of this island before high-rises, freeways and hotels, before sugar plantations and pineapple fields, before churches and the Bible. The stories tell an ancient history of the island and of ancestors who created a society that valued and nurtured all forms of life and that bonded closely with the 'aina, or life-giving land." -- Dennis Kawaharada
The Polynesian Society is a non-profit organization based at the University of Auckland, New Zealand. Founded in 1892, the Society’s aim was the scholarly study of past and present New Zealand Māori and other Pacific Island peoples and cultures. It has pursued this aim primarily through the Journal of the Polynesian Society, a quarterly publication begun at the Society’s inception and enduring to the present.