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Hawaiian Folk Tales
ISBN: 1566471664
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Hawaiian Folk Tales
First published in 1907, this collection by Thomas G. Thrum brought together a series of legends printed in The Hawaiian Annual by noted folklorists Emerson, Forbes, Gibson, Hyde, Nakuina, and Poepoe. New cover in 2004!
$7.95


Hawaiian Legends of Ghosts and Ghost Gods
ISBN: 1566470765
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Hawaiian Legends of Ghosts and Ghost Gods
Eerie ghost drums, chants in the mist, poison-gods, giant lizards (mo'o), spirits that return to dead bodies, and the King of the Ghosts haunt this hair-raising collection of classic Hawaiian tales by noted folklorist W. D. Westervelt.
$6.95


Legends of Old Honolulu
ISBN: 1566476046
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Legends of Old Honolulu
A collection of first-written stories based on oral accounts about Honolulu's neighborhoods. Stories include the Legend of the Breadfruit Tree, The Gods Who Found Water, Mamala the Surfrider and The Ghost Dance on Punchbowl.
$6.95


Myths and Legends of Hawaii (large format)
ISBN: 1566477069
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Myths and Legends of Hawaii (large format)
Westervelt details the exploits of Maui, the demi-god who fished up the islands from the sea, noosed the sun over the rim of Haleakala, and brought fire to the people of Hawaii Nei.
$10.95


Myths and Legends of Hawaii (mass market)
ISBN: 0935180435
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Myths and Legends of Hawaii (mass market)
Westervelt details the exploits of Maui, the demi-god who fished up the islands from the sea, noosed the sun over the rim of Haleakala, and brought fire to the people of Hawaii Nei.
$7.95


Teller of Hawaiian Tales
ISBN: 1566471192
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Teller of Hawaiian Tales
Join the campfire circle as "Elika, Teller of Tales" recalls vanished days and nights from Hawaii's past.
$6.95


The Legends and Myths of Hawaii
ISBN: 0935180869
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The Legends and Myths of Hawaii
Political and historical traditions and stories of the pre-Cook period capture the romance of old Polynesia. A rich collection of Hawaiian lore originally presented in 1888 by Hawaii's "Merrie Monarch." Introduction by Glen Grant.
$9.95


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