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Ulukau: In the same way that unexplained supernatural interpretive powers can be divinely given to a person, so knowledge and understanding can come to the person who makes the effort to read the language and words of this electronic library.

Please visit http://ulukau.org for more information.

General Information:
The purpose of Ulukau, the Hawaiian Electronic Library, is to make these resources available for the use, teaching, and revitalization of the Hawaiian language and for a broader and deeper understanding of Hawaiʻi.

Supporting Organizations

Ulukau was founded by Hale Kuamoʻo and is co-sponsored by Hale Kuamoʻo, Ka Haka ʻUla O Keʻelikōlani, University of Hawaiʻi at Hilo and the Native Hawaiian Library, ALU LIKE, Inc.

Founding financial support was provided by the Administration for Native Americans. Continuing support is provided by the Department of Education.

Financial or other support was also generously given by ʻAha Pūnana Leo, the Archives of Hawaiʻi, the Association of Hawaiian Evangelical Churches, the Atherton Family Foundation, Dorothy Barrère, the Bishop Museum, Center on Disability Studies (University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa), Keola Donaghy, the Dwayne & Marti Steele Fund of the Hawaiʻi Community Foundation, Edith Kanakaʻole Foundation, Editions Limited, the Frear Eleemosynary Trust, the Hawaiʻi Conference of the United Church of Christ, the Hawaiʻi Conference Foundation (UCC), Hawaiʻi State Department of Education, the Hawaiian Studies Institute (Kamehameha Schools), the Honolulu Star-Bulletin, the Institute of Museum and Library Services, Kamehameha Publishing, the Kamehameha Schools, Kamehameha Schools Curriculum Support & Dissemination Branch, Kamehameha Schools Press, Kawaihuelani Center for Hawaiian Language (University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa), Kumu Pono Associates, Music Entertainment and Learning Center, Honolulu Community College, University of Hawaiʻi, Native Hawaiian Education Council, the Nature Conservancy, New Zealand Micrographic Services Ltd, the Office of Hawaiian Affairs, Mr. & Mrs. Michael O'Neill, Pacific American Foundation, Pacific Resources for Education and Learning, Partners In Development Foundation, Pauahi Publications, Pili Press, the Polynesian Voyaging Society, Queen Liliʻuokalani Children's Center, Reverend Joel Hulu Mahoe Resource Center, Kekeha Solis, Stacey Leong Design, the State Council of Hawaiian Congregational Churches, the State Department of Education, the Strong Foundation, UH President Evan Dobelle's Initiative for Achieving Native Hawaiian Academic Excellence, University of Hawaiʻi Press, UH Press Journals Department, Waihona ʻĀina Corporation, and Laiana Wong.

Special acknowledgment is given to those institutions that have preserved the Legacy archival materials and shared them with the world and helped this electronic library, including Archives of Hawaiʻi, Bishop Museum Library and Archives, Hawaiian Collection (University of Hawaiʻi at Hilo), Hawaiian Collection (University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa), Hawaiian Historical Society Library, Hawaiian Mission Children's Society Library, and the Kamehameha Schools Archives.

 
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Aloha Counts : Census 2000 Special Tabulations for Native Hawaiians

By: Kamehameha Schools

Aloha Counts Census 2000 Special Tabulations for Native Hawaiians Pauahi Publications Honolulu 2003

The Policy Analysis & System Evaluation (PASE) group at Kamehameha Schools is honored to release Aloha Counts: Census 2000 Special Tabulations for Native Hawaiians through Pauahi Publications. These data, compiled by PASE with the help of the U.S. Census Bureau, include selected measures of demographic, social, economic, and housing characteristics, similar in format to the Demographic Profile data products published by the Census Bureau.

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Ke Alakai O Ke Kanaka Hawaii (Part Iii)

By: Joseph M. Poepoe

Ma ka hooponopono hou ana a me ka hana ana i ka hoakaka Kanawai mahope ae nei, ka mea hoi a ka Mea Hooponopono i kapa ai he Alakai Kanawai, aole no i manaoia ua hololea loa na mea a pau me ke kinaunau ole. O ke kumu alakai nui o keia mahele, o ia no na hoakaka kanawai i kakau mua ia ai e ka Mea Hanohano A. F. Judd, Lunakanawai Kiekie a Kaulike hoi o ke Aupuni, a i hoopuka ia ai maloko o ka Nupepa Kuokoa, e hoomaka ana paha ma ka malama o Ianuari, M. H. 1878. Ua hoao ikai...

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Ke Alakai O Ke Kanaka Hawaii (Part Ii)

By: Joseph M. Poepoe

Ma ke Kanawai ua loaa ka mana i ka Aha Kiekie e hana i mau Rula i mea e pololei ai ka hookolokolo ana. Penei ka olelo o ka Pauku 1015 o ke Kanawai Kivila. "He mana ko ka Aha Kiekie. i kela manawa kein manawa, e hooholo i na rula e pono ai ka hoopii hou ana, a me ka lawe ana maluna i na hihia, &c., e like me kona mnnao he mea e pololei ai ka hookolokolo ana." Ma ka Pauku 833 hoi, penei na olelo: "He mana no hoi ko ka Ahahookolokolo Kiekie e hana i kela manawa i keia manaw...

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Ke Alakai O Ke Kanaka Hawaii (Part I)

By: Joseph M. Poepoe
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Ai'Ai

By: Kawike Napoleon

The 'Aha Punana Leo, Inc. is a non-profit organization which was established in 1983 to serve the Hawaiian speaking community and focus on education through Hawaiian. Punana Leo preschools, the first Native American language immersion program in the United States, began the process of revitalizing Hawaiian in 1984 through full day programs conducted entirely in Hawaiian. Hawaiian had by then become nearly extinct as a result of a government ban in 1896 of all public educ...

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Aia I Hea

By: Eve Furchgott

Aha Punana LeoHe ahahui auhau ole ka Aha Punana Leo i ho okumu ia i ka makahiki 1983 no ka ho ola ana i ka olelo Hawai i a me ka ho okumu ana i na kula e a o ia i loko wale no o ia olelo. I ia makahiki aku, ua ku ke kula Punana Leo mua loa, ke kula ho olu u olelo oiwi mua loa ho i o Amelika Hui Pu la. Ma hope o ka ho ololi ia ana e ka ohana Punana Leo o kekahi kanawai o ka makahiki 1896 e papa ana i na kula olelo Hawai i, ua lawe ia ke ki ina ho ona aua...

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Aia He Kaheka

By: Wíllíam H. Wílson

Aha Punana LeoHe ahahui auhau ole ka Aha Punana Leo i ho okumu ia i ka makahiki 1983 no ka ho ola ana i ka olelo Hawai i a me ka ho okumu ana i na kula e a o ia i loko wale no o ia olelo. I ia makahiki aku, ua ku ke kula Punana Leo mua loa, ke kula ho olu u olelo oiwi mua loa ho i o Amelika Hui Pu la. Ma hope o ka ho ololi ia ana e ka ohana Punana Leo o kekahi kanawai o ka makahiki 1896 e papa ana i na kula olelo Hawai i, ua lawe ia ke ki ina ho ona aua...

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