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Hawaiian Folk Tales A Collection of Native Legends

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  • Hawaiian Folk Tales
  • A Collection of Native Legends
    • Compiled by Thos. G. Thrum
    • With sixteen illustrations from photographs Chicago A. C. McClurg & Co. 1907
    • Preface
    • Note
    • Contents
    • Illustrations
    • Hawaiian Folk Tales
    • I
    • Legends Resembling Old Testament History
    • II
    • Exploits of Maui
      • I.—Snaring the Sun
      • II.—The Origin of Fire
    • I.—Snaring the Sun
    • II.—The Origin of Fire
    • III
    • Pele and the Deluge
    • IV
    • Pele and Kahawali
    • V
    • Hiku and Kawelu
      • Location of the Lua o Milu
    • Location of the Lua o Milu
    • VI
    • Lonopuha; Or, Origin of the Art of Healing in Hawaii
    • VII
    • A Visit to the Spirit Land; Or, The Strange Experience of a Woman in Kona, Hawaii
    • VIII
    • Kapeepeekauila; Or, The Rocks of Kana
    • IX
    • Kalelealuaka
      • Part I
      • Part II
      • Part III
    • Part I
    • Part II
    • Part III
    • X
    • Stories of the Menehunes
    • Hawaii the Original Home of the Brownies
      • Moke Manu’s Account
      • Pi’s Watercourse
      • Laka’s Adventure
      • Kekupua’s Canoe
      • As Heiau Builders
    • Moke Manu’s Account
    • Pi’s Watercourse
    • Laka’s Adventure
    • Kekupua’s Canoe
    • As Heiau Builders
    • XI
    • Kahalaopuna, Princess of Manoa
    • XII
    • The Punahou Spring
    • XIII
    • Oahunui
    • XIV
    • Ahuula
    • A Legend of Kanikaniaula and the First Feather Cloak
    • XV
    • Kaala and Kaaialii
    • A Legend of Lanai
    • XVI
    • The Tomb of Puupehe
    • A Legend of Lanai
    • XVII
    • Ai Kanaka
    • A Legend of Molokai
    • XVIII
    • Kaliuwaa
    • Scene of the Demigod Kamapuaa’s Escape from Olopana
    • XIX
    • Battle of the Owls
    • XX
    • This Land is the Sea’s
    • Traditional Account of an Ancient Hawaiian Prophecy
    • XXI
    • Ku-ula, the Fish God of Hawaii
    • XXII
    • Aiai, Son of Ku-ula
    • Part II of the Legend of Ku-ula, the Fish God of Hawaii
    • XXIII
    • Kaneaukai
    • A Legend of Waialua
    • XXIV
    • The Shark-Man, Nanaue
    • XXV
    • Fish Stories and Superstitions
      • Deified Fish Superstition
      • Story of the Anae-holo
      • Myth of the Hilu
      • The Hou, or Snoring Fish
    • Deified Fish Superstition
    • Story of the Anae-holo
    • Myth of the Hilu
    • The Hou, or Snoring Fish
    • Glossary of Hawaiian Words
    • Hawaiian Yesterdays
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