Hawaiian Folk Tales
HAWAIIAN FOLK TALES
OF NATIVE LEGENDS
THOS. G. THRUM
Chicago: A.C. McClurg & Co.
Preface and Note
- Legends Resembling Old Testament History. Rev. C. M. Hyde, D.D.
- Exploits of Maui. Rev. A. O. Forbes
- Snaring the Sun.
- The Origin of Fire
- Pele and the Deluge. Rev. A. O. Forbes
- Pele and Kahawali. From Ellis's "Tour of Hawaii"
- Hiku and Kawelu. J. S. Emerson
Location of the Lua o Milu
- Lonopuha; or, Origin of the Art of Healing in Hawaii. Translated by Thos. G. Thrum
- A Visit to the Spirit Land; or, The Strange Experience of a Woman in Kona, Hawaii. Mrs. E. N. Haley
- Kapeepeekauila; or, The Rocks of Kana. Rev. A. O. Forbes
- Kalelealuaka. Dr. N. B. Emerson
- Stories of the Menehunes: Hawaii the Original Home of the Brownies. Thos. G. Thrum
Moke Manu's Account
As Heiau Builders
- Kahalaopuna, Princess of Manoa. Mrs. E. M. Nakuina
- The Punahou Spring. Mrs. E. M. Nakuina
- Oahunui. Mrs. E. M. Nakuina
- Ahuula: A Legend of Kanikaniaula and the First Feather Cloak. Mrs. E. M. Nakuina
- Kaala and Kaaialii: A Legend of Lanai. W. M. Gibson
- The Tomb of Puupehe: A Legend of Lanai. From "The Hawaiian Gazette"
- Ai Kanaka: A Legend of Molokai. Rev. A.O. Forbes
- Kaliuwaa. Scene of the Demigod Kamapuaa's Escape from Olopana. From "The Hawaiian Spectator"
- Battle of the Owls. Jos. M. Poepoe
- This Land is the Sea's. Traditional Account of an Ancient Hawaiian Prophecy. Translated from Moke Manu by Thos. G. Thrum
- Ku-ula, the Fish God of Hawaii. Translated from Moke Manu by M. K. Nakuina
- Aiai, Son of Ku-ula. Part II of the Legend of Ku-ula, the Fish God of Hawaii. Translated from Moke Manu by M. K. Nakuina
- Kaneaukai: A Legend of Waialua. Thos. G. Thrum
- The Shark-man, Nanaue. Mrs. E. M. Nakuina
- Fish Stories and Superstitions. Translated by M. K. Nakuina
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