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Ava Konohiki contains a wealth of information related to land in Hawai'i, including text and images sources. Among other items, the site includes original images of Land Commission Awards (along with transcriptions) and ahupua'a maps.
Hawaiian Legends Index
Discover Hawaiian legends in English. Subjects indexed include: places, mythological and historical figures, plants, animals, objects and activities, human characteristics, and geographical features.
Flora of the Hawaiian Islands
A flexible query tool to access information on Hawaiian vascular plants from a taxonomic or geographical perspective at a variety of levels of detail.
The database consists of 160 families, 832 genera, and 2,499 taxa of flowering plants and 27 families, 69 genera, and 222 taxa of ferns and related groups.
Hawai'i Laws Online
Crafted from a print manuscript this guide contains a checklist of the statute laws, compiled laws and constitutions. It was expanded under the direction of Roberta Woods, and now includes links to online resources like Google Books, the Internet Archive, LLMC Digital, and Punawaiola.
Hawaii Sanborn Maps
The Sanborn Fire Insurance Maps Online Checklist provides a searchable database of the fire insurance maps published by the Sanborn Map Company housed in the collections of the Geography and Map Division.
Hawai‘i Internee Directory
A searchable directory of those of Japanese ancestry who were arrested and confined in the Territory of Hawai‘i during World War II.
LLMC Legal and Government Documents.
Click on "States", then "Hawaii" to view primary documents such as laws, legal codes, civil codes, court cases, and more. Includes documents from the Hawaiian Kingdom, and the Provisional, Territory and State governments.
The Loko Iʻa app is an innovative way to engage a broader community in learning about scientific research, environmental stewardship, Hawaiian culture, and community restoration occurring at Heʻeia
Fishpond. The app accomplishes this by creating a user experience that includes interactive tours, photo galleries, and audio about Heʻeia
MedlinePlus: Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander Health
On this page, you'll find links to health issues that affect Native Hawaiians and Pacific Islanders, including:
Specific conditions, Financial issues, Clinical trials, Journal articles, Organizations, Statistics, Children, & Women.
You will also find links to health information translated in the following languages:
Marshallese (kajin Majöl)
Samoan (Gagana Samoa)
Tongan (Lea Fakatonga)
State of Hawaii Island Newspaper Obituaries
Copied from: Honolulu Advertiser, Honolulu Star-Bulletin, Kauai Garden Island News, Maui News, & Hawaii Tribune-Herald.
Punawaiola is dedicated to the collection and dissemination of digitized Hawaiian Kingdom historical and legal materials. The hope is to maximize public access to these important, yet difficult to find, resources. Punawaiola, which is translated as “spring water of life,” thematically represents how our past nourishes and sustains us today.
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