The first of two objectives of our grant is the development of a database utilizing an estimated 12,400 land and natural resource related archival records including historical maps for the island of Oʻahu that will be made accessible to Hawaiians for research purposes via the internet. In order to accomplish this goal and in …
Weather Articles in the Hawaiian Language Newspapers
The Hawaiian language newspapers covered a wide range of current and historical events. The newspapers served as valuable repository of traditional knowledge and also local and foreign news. The newspapers also created a space for dialogue among the people throughout the islands, …
Welcome to the AVA Konohiki Keyword Search!
You can search by keyword ex. name of ancestor, award number, water features, land names etc.
Keyword searches can include names, places, LCA numbers, and land features. These searches are done through our collection of transcribed and indexed documents compiled and housed in the Hawaiinuiakea …
Welina is a greeting of affection, similar to aloha. Used alongside Mānoa, the indigenous name for the place, this phrase can be understood to literally mean “greetings to you, Mānoa” and is often used by people from or tied to Mānoa to introduce themselves to another place or group of people from outside Mānoa. In this …
Resources for community-based leadership development for community change.
The HSHK Knowledge Well provides a sustainable digital archive that allows for searchable electronic resources disseminated through an online portal for all areas and forms of Hawaiian knowledge, including its language, origins, history, arts, sciences, literature, religion, and education; its law and society; its political, medicinal, and cultural practices; as well as all other forms of knowledge.