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Honolulu Community College Library
Ethnographic Video Online - STREAMING VIDEOS
Ethnographic Video Online, Volume III This link opens in a new window
More than 660 streaming video titles that focus on indigenous perspectives and points of view. A comprehensive resource of documentaries, feature films and shorts made by and for indigenous people and communities. Primary content focus: Oceania, Australia, and New Zealand.
Geography - Maps
AVA Konohiki - Land & Map Research
The location maps provided show the various land divisions of the Kingdom of Hawaii. These divisions were organized by Mokupuni (island), Moku (district), Ahupua'a, 'Ili and more.
The Early Mapping of Hawai'i
This Ulukau.com e-text is an overview of the history of mapping of Hawai'i from the time of European discovery in 1778 through the mid-19th century. This is not a definitive work on the subject.
OHA’s Kipuka Database is a geographical information system (GIS) that utilizes the latest mapping technologies to provide a window into native Hawaiian land, culture and history. The Map Database Project utilizes ArcGIS to display the data.
Land and Map Research (AVA Konohiki)
Online access to maps showing land divisions organized by Mokupuni (island), Moku (district), Ahupua'a, 'Ili and more. Information and data are still being added.
Old Maps Online
A web portal that allows users to search for historical maps available in digital form online. It indexes over 400.000 maps.
State of Hawaii, Land Survey Division
Provides access to historic maps across all islands including ahupuaa, homestead, fisheries, etc.
UH Manoa MAGIS - Hawai'i
Maps, Aerial Photographs, and GIS (MAGIS): holdings include more than 150,000 print maps and 100,000 aerial photo prints.
A Survey of Moloka‘i - The Maps and Photographs of John F.G. Stokes
John F.G. Stokes was a pioneer in the field of Hawaiian Archaeology. During the first decades of the 20th century, he travelled around the Hawaiian Islands and carried out extensive surveys, documenting cultural features, landscapes, and people with photography and mapping techniques.
Useful Internet Sites
Ulukau: The Hawaiian Electronic Library This link opens in a new window
This is an online bilingual library of Hawaiian language materials, which includes Hawaiian Dictionaries, Baibala Hemolele (The Hawaiian Bible), genealogy indexes and more. Full text of online books.
Asia-Pacific Digital Library
Traditions of Oahu "presents stories of the 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." (Web content managed by KCC Library)
Bishop Museum, Library & Archives
The Library has one of the most extensive collections concerned with Hawai'i and the Pacific. Their holdings include books, periodicals, newspapers and special collections. They also provide high-quality copies of most photographs, artwork, manuscripts, maps, audiotapes, and videotapes.
Kamehameha Schools Archives
This site primarily provides historical information about Kamehameha Schools, however information from primary source documents is also supplied. Includes photographs, manuscripts, newspaper clippings, timelines, and access to the Polynesian Voyaging Society Archives.
Papakilo Database This link opens in a new window
The Office of Hawaiian Affairs’ (OHA’s) Papakilo Database consists of varied collections of data pertaining to historically and culturally significant places, events, and documents in Hawai'i’s history.
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