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HWST 270 - Hawaiian Mythology: Home

Resources on Hawaiian mythology for HWST 270.

Maui Snaring the Sun

Arman Manookian [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

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"Ina paha aole e malama ia na moolelo o keia lahui i ka wa mamua, pehea la e ike ai na hanauna hope i ke ano o ka hana a keia mau aina i kela wa." S. N. Haleole

(If the past traditions of our people are not kept, then how will future generations know what happened here on these islands.) 

The quote above is from the Biography of S.N. Hale'ole in the 1997 reprint edition of Ka Mo'olelo o La'ieikawai

This guide provides resources to help students complete research assignments in WCC's Hawaiian Studies 270 course.

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