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1 Hawaiiana in 1998: A Bibliography of Titles of Historical Interest Compiled by Chieko Tachihata, Nancy Morris, Joan Hori, and Jodie Mattos, assisted by Cheryl Toyama Abe, Satoru. Satoru Abe: A Retrospective, : [exhibition]. Organized by The Contemporary Museum, Honolulu, Hawai'i; Curators, James Jensen and Allison Wong. Honolulu: The Museum, p. Alegado, Dean T. Sinking Roots: Filipino American Legacy in Hawaii. Honolulu: Philippine Centennial Committee-Hawaii: Friends of Operation Manong, University of Hawai'i at Manoa: Center for Philippine Studies, University of Hawai'i at Manoa, p. April Fool's the Laupahoehoe Tragedy of 1946: An Oral History. Also called: Laupahoehoe Tragedy 0/1946. Laupahoehoe, HI: Laupahoehoe School, p. ill. Ariyoshi, George R. With Obligation to All. Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press, p. Ariyoshi, Rita. Hula is Life: The Story of Halau Hula o Maiki. With excerpts from the unpublished writings of Maiki Aiu; edited by Lee Puakeala Mann. Also called: Story of Halau Hula 0 Maiki. Honolulu: Maiki Aiu Building Corp., p. At Hamilton Library, University of Hawai'i at Manoa, Chieko Tachihata, Ph.D., is with the Hawaiian Collection; Nancy Morris, Ph.D., is head of Special Collections; Joan Hori is the Hawaiian curator; fodie Mattos is with the Business, Social Science and Humanities Department; and Cheryl Toyama is a University of Hawai'i Library and Information Science Program graduate. The Hawaiian Journal of History, vol. 33 (1999) 231

2 232 THE HAWAIIAN JOURNAL OF HISTORY Atlas of Hawai'i. By Department of Geography, University of Hawai'i at Hilo; edited by Sonia P. Juvik and James O. Juvik; chief cartographer, Thomas R. Paradise. 3rd ed. Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press, atlas (xv, 333 p.). Blair, Chad. Money, Color and Sex in Hawaii Politics. Honolulu: Mutual Pub., p. Blay, Chuck, and Robert Siemers. Kauai's Geologic History: A Simplified Guide. Kaua'i, Hawai'i: TEOK Investigations, p. Breault, William J.John A. Sutter in Hawaii and California, : The Significant Impact of the Kingdom of Hawaii and the Honolulu Merchants on John A. Sutter. Rancho Cordova, Calif.: Landmark Enterprises, 1998.x, 94 p. Castle, Alfred L. Diplomatic Realism: William R. Castle, Jr., and American Foreign Policy, Honolulu: Samuel N. and Mary Castle Foundation; distributed by University of Hawai'i Press, xiv, 251 p. Chang, Williamson B. C. A Rope of Sand: A Documentary History of the Joint Resolution to Annex Hawaii. Also called: Documentary History of the Joint Resolution to Annex Hawaii. [S.I.: W.B.C. Chang], v. Chaplin, George. Presstime in Paradise: The Life and Times of The Honolulu Advertiser, Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press, xii, 395 p. Chappell, David A. Double Ghosts: Oceanian Voyagers on Euroamerican Ships. Armonk, N.Y.: M. E. Sharpe, xix, 231 p. The Charts & Coastal Views of Captain Cook's Voyages: The Voyage of the Resolution and Discovery, Chief editor: Andrew David; assistant editors for the views: Rudiger Joppien and Bernard Smith, v. 3. London: The Hakluyt Society in association with the Australian Academy of the Humanities, XXXV, 319 p. Extra series / Hakluyt Society, v , 46. v. 1. The Voyage of the

3 HAWAIIANA IN Endeavour, v. 2. The Voyage of the Resolution and Adventure, v. 3. The Voyage of the Resolution and Discovery, Chiat, Marilyn Joyce Segal. America's Religious Architecture: Sacred Places for Every Community. New York: J. Wiley and Sons, xii, 465 p. Chinen, Karleen. From Bento to Mixed Plate: Americans of Japanese Ancestry in Multicultural Hawaii. Text, Karleen Chinen, Arnold T. Hiura. Also called: Americans of Japanese Ancestry in Multicultural Hawaii. 1st ed. Los Angeles: Japanese American National Museum, p. Chong, Douglas Dai Lunn. Ancestral Reflections: Hawaii's Early Chinese ofwaipahu, an Ethnic Community Experience, Also called: Hawaii's Early Chinese of Waipahu. Waipahu, Hawai'i: Waipahu Tsoong Nyee Society, xvi, 341 p. Coffman, Tom. Nation Within: The Story of America's Annexation of the Nation of Hawaii. Also called: Story of America's Annexation of the Nation of Hawaii. Kaneohe, Hawai'i: Tom Coffman/E PI Center, [1998]. xiv, 345 p. Comeau, Rosalin Uphus. Kamehameha V. Also called: 'O Kamehameha V: Lot Kapuaiwa. Kakau 'ia e Rosalin Uphus Comeau; kahaki'i ia e Robin Yoko Burningham; unuhi 'ia e Ipo Wong; hooponopono 'ia e Hana Pau. Honolulu: Hale Pa'i o na Kula 'o Kamehameha, x, 115 p. Hawaiian-language ed. English language ed., Craig, Robert D. Historical Dictionary of Honolulu and Hawaii. Lanham, Md.: Scarecrow Press, xlii, 297 p. Curtis, Caroline. Stories of Life in Old Hawai'i. Illustrated by Oliver C. Kinney. Honolulu: Kamehameha Schools Press, vi, 293 p. Previously issued under title: Life in Old Hawai'i, Dixon, Steve. The Hawaiian Voyages of the Ono Jimmy. Hilo: Hawaii Trade Winds Pub. Co., p.

4 234 THE HAWAIIAN JOURNAL OF HISTORY Dorrance, William H. O'ahu 's Hidden History: Tours Into the Past. Honolulu: Mutual Pub., xii, 221 p. Dudley, Walter C, and Min Lee. Tsunami! 2nd ed. Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press, xiii, 362 p. Duensing, Dawn E. Maui in History: A Guide to Resources. Researched and annotated by Dawn E. Duensing; edited by Mona Nakayama and Marie D. Strazar. Honolulu: The History and Humanities Program of the State Foundation on Culture and the Arts in cooperation with the Maui Historical Society, xviii, 110 p.. Paia: Evolution of a Community. Paia, Hawai'i: Paia Main Street Association, v. (various pagings) Duffy, Edwin J. Father Duffy's Reflection: Thoughtful Meditations for Our Present Time. Honolulu: Hawaii Catholic Herald, x, 267 p. Dye, Bob, ed. Hawai'i Chronicles II: Contemporary Island History From the Pages of Honolulu Magazine. Introduction by David Pellegrin. Also called: Hawaii Chronicles Two. Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press, xiii, 369 p. Faye, Christine. Touring Waimea. Lihue, Hawai'i: Publications Committee, Kauai Historical Society, p. From Sarongs to Thongs: 50 years of Beach Fashion at Waikiki, April 7 13, 1997, Ala Moana Exhibit Hall. [Honolulu]: CTAHR Historic Costume Collection, Textiles and Clothing Program, College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources, University of Hawai'i at Manoa, [1997]. 13 p. A Guide to OldKona. Kalukalu, Hawai'i: Kona Historical Society, viii, 72 p. Hashimoto, Kengo. Kajiyama Toshiyuki. Tokyo: Nihon Keizai Hyoronsha, vii, 266 p. Japanese biography.

5 HAWAIIANA IN Hawai Nikkei Shakai no Bunka to Sono Henryo: 1920-nendai no Mauito no Jirei. Kyotoshi: Nakanishiya Shuppan, xiv, 409 p. Doshisha Daigaku Jinbun Kagaku Kenkyujo kenkyu sosho; 29. In Japanese. Heftel, Cecil. End Legalized Bribery: An Ex-Congressman's Proposal to Clean Up Congress. Santa Ana, Calif.: Seven Locks Press, xv, 135 P- Helemano Elementary School. Talking Story: A Retrospective Account of Life in Wahiawa. By the Helemano 5th grade. Also called: Retrospective Account of Life in Wahiawa. [S.I.: s.n.], , [6] leaves. Hemperly, Ilona. North Shore Sketch Book: A Collection of Drawings. Honolulu: Ilona K. Hemperly; printed by Hawaii Hochi, [v], 35 p. An Historical Overview of the Events that Prevented Annexation of the Hawaiian Islands to the United States. Honolulu: Hawaiian Patriotic League: Na Maka o ka 'Aina, p. Hoff, Marie D. Sustainable Community Development: Studies in Economic, Environmental, and Cultural Revitalization. Boca Raton: Lewis Pub., xii, 250 p. Houston, James D. The Last Paradise: A Novel. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, p. Hoyt, Edwin Palmer. Bowfin. Short Hills, N.J.: Burford Books, xxii, 234 p. Originally published: New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold, Hue Luquiens' Hawaii: Prints : Presented at the University of Hawai'i Art Gallery, January 18-February 20, Introduction by Marcia Morse. Honolulu: State Foundation on Culture and the Arts, p. In Defense of Freedom: Pacific Air Forces' Golden Legacy, Timothy R. Keck et al. Editing and layout, Cheryl L. Mapano, Patricia

6 236 THE HAWAIIAN JOURNAL OF HISTORY M. Wilson. Hickam AFB, Hawai'i: Pacific Air Forces, Office of History, p. Japanese Eyes, American Heart: Personal Reflections of Hawaii's World War II Nisei Soldiers. Complied by the Hawaii Nikkei History Editorial Board. Honolulu: Tendai Educational Foundation; distributed by University of Hawai'i Press, xv, 448 p. Kaleialoha and Hiwahiwa. An Hour with the Queen: Lessons on Forgiveness and Grace. Cleveland: CCW, p. "Copyright 1998 by Priscilla Tolentino Lee and Cheryl Ann Williams." Thoughts of Queen Lili'uokalani. Kamins, Robert M., and Robert E. Potter. Malamalama: A History of the University of Hawaii. By Robert M. Kamins and Robert E. Potter and members of the university community. Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press, xiv, 359 p. Kampion, Drew. Stoked: A History of Surf Culture. Foreword by Bruce Brown. Santa Monica, Calif.: General Pub. Group, p. Kane, Herbert Kawainui. Ancient Hawai'i. Captain Cook, Hawai'i: Kawainui Press, p. Kawakami, Barbara F. Hawai Nikkei Imin no Fukushokushi: kasuri kara paraka e, Katsuki Yoichiro, translator. Tokyo: Heibonsha, p. Kanagawa Daigaku Nihon Jomin bunka sosho; 5. Japanese translation of Japanese Immigrant Clothing in Hawaii, , Kiyosaki, Robert T. Rich Dad, Poor Dad: What the Rich Teach Their Kids About Money That the Poor and Middle Class Do Not! By Robert T. Kiyosaki with Sharon L. Lechter. Paradise Valley, Ariz.: Tech Press, p. Klieger, P. Christiaan. Moku'ula: Maui's Sacred Island. Honolulu: Bishop Museum Press, xi, 124 p.

7 HAWAIIANA IN Lebo, Susan A., ed. Native Hawaiian and Euro-American Culture Change in Early Honolulu: Archaeological Data Recovery, Harbor Court Property, Site no , Honolulu, Hawaii. With contributions by P. Christiaan Klieger [et al.]; prepared for McCormack Properties, Ltd.; prepared by Anthropology Dept., Bishop Museum. Also called: Archaeological Data Recovery, Harbor Court Property. Honolulu: Anthropology Dept., Bishop Museum, v. (various foliations). Lei-lanilau, Carolyn. Ono Ono Girl's Hula. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, xvi, 180 p. Chinese in Hawai'i biography. Lencek, Lena, and Gideon Bosker. The Beach: The History of Paradise on Earth. New York: Viking, xxiv, 310 p. Loomis, Albertine. Ka Pa'i Palapala: Early Printing in Hawai'i. Original manuscript by Albertine Loomis, A. Grove Day. Edited and designed by MacKinnon Simpson; photography by Robert Chinn, William Langer, Mark Watanabe. Also called: Early Printing in Hawai'i. Honolulu: Mission Houses Museum, p. "Produced in commemoration of the 175th anniversary of the first printing in Hawai'i, Honolulu, " Originally published Lowe, Ruby Hasegawa. Kamehameha TV, Alexander Liholiho. Illustrated by Robin Yoko Racoma. Honolulu: Kamehameha Schools Press, x, 115 p. Juvenile work. Mackie, Richard. Trading Beyond the Mountains: The British Fur Trade on the Pacific, Vancouver: UBC Press, xxiv, 420 p. Fiction. MacMillan, Ian T. Exiles From Time: Stories of Hawaii. Honolulu: Anoai Press, p. Fiction.. The Red Wind. Also called: Parallel title on dust jacket: Makani Ula. Honolulu: Mutual Publishing, p. Fiction.

8 238 THE HAWAIIAN JOURNAL OF HISTORY Mason, Glenn, and Sidney Snyder. Medal of Honor: American Institute of Architects/Hawaii State Council. Honolulu: Hawaii State Council/ AIA, v. (unpaged). On architect Vladimir Ossipoff. Matsuda, Fujio. Fujio Matsuda. Honolulu: Center for Oral History, Social Science Research Institute, University of Hawai'i at Manoa, xvii, 236, 3 p. Maunupau, Thomas K. Huakai Makaikai a Kaupo, Maui. Huakai Makaikai a Kaupo, Maui = A Visit to Kaupo, Maui: as published in Ka Nupepa kuokoa, June 1, 1922-March 15, Edited by Naomi Noelanioko'olau Clarke Losch; translated by Mary Kawena Pukui and Malcolm Naea Chun; biographical essay by Roger G. Rose. Also called: Visit to Kaupo, Maui. Honolulu: Bishop Museum Press, ix, 177 p. In English and Hawaiian. Memories of Majesty at Hdnaiakamalama, Queen Emma Summer Palace. Text by Susan Mau Soong. Honolulu: Daughters of Hawaii, p. Memories!: Being All Sorts of Interesting Information: Pictures, Anecdotes, and Facts ConcerningJohn S. McCreary and his 35 years at St. Andrew's Cathedral. Also called: John S. McCreary: Canon, Organist /Choirmaster of St. Andrews Cathedral. Also called: John S. McCreary and His 35 Years at St. Andrew's Cathedral. Honolulu: Cathedral Music Associates, v. (unpaged). Merwin, W. S. (William Stanley). The Folding Cliffs: A Narrative. 1st ed. New York: Knopf; distributed by Random House, ix, 331 p. Poetry; epic narrative about Ko'olau, the leper. Meyer, Philip A. Niihau: ka Noho Ana 0 ka Poe Hawaii 0 Keia Manawa a Me ka Pono Waiwai no ka Nee Hou Ana Aku = Present Circumstances and Future Requirements in an Evolving Hawaiian Community. Hawaiian translation on behalf of the people of Niihau by Lei Pahulehua [et al.]. Also called: Noho Ana 0 ka Poe Hawaii 0 Keia Manawa a Me ka Pono Waiwai no ka Nee Hou Ana Aku. Also called Present Circumstances and Future Requirements in an Evolving Hawaiian Community. Ni'ihau, Hawai'i: Hoomana la Iesu Church, Inc., v, 162 p.

9 HAWAIIANA IN Minton, Nalani, and Noenoe K. Silva, compilers. Ku'e: The Hui Aloha Aina Anti-Annexation Petitions, Also called: The Hui Aloha Aina Anti-Annexation Petitions, Honolulu: Nalani Minton and Noenoe K. Silva, ix, 55, 571 p. Moffatt, Tom. Uncle Tom's Rock 'n Roll Scrapbook. Also called: Subtitle on cover: 5 Decades of Musical Memories in Hawaii. S.I.: s.n., P- Morris, Sylvia Jukes. Rage for Fame: The Ascent of Clare Boothe Luce. New York: Random House, p. Murayama, Milton. Plantation Boy. Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press, p. Fiction Japanese Americans. Paperback reprint. Nokes, J. Richard, and David L. Nicandri. Almost a Hero: The Voyages of John Meares, R.N., to China, Hawaii, and the Northwest Coast. Pullman: Washington State University Press, xii, 217 p. Osborne, Thomas J. Annexation Hawaii. Also called: Annexation Hawaii, Fighting American Imperialism. Waimanalo, Hawai'i: Island Style Press, xv, 182 p. Previously published as: Empire Can Wait. Kent, Ohio: Kent State University Press, Operation Manong. Through the Years: Operation Manong's Twenty-Fifth Year Reunion Honolulu: Operation Manong, [21] p. Oukah, Emperor of Tsalagi. Hawaiian Royal & Noble Genealogies. Also called: Hawaiian Royal And Noble Genealogies. Dallas: Triskelion Press, p. Patterson, Rosemary I. Kula Keiki Ali'i: A Novel Based on the Effect of the Chief's Children's School on Hawaii's Monarchs. Westhampton, Mass.: Pine Island Press, p. Fiction. Philpotts, Kaui. Hawaiian Country Tables: Vintage Recipes for Today's Cook. Honolulu: Bess Press, viii, 135 p. Includes brief historical essays.

10 24O THE HAWAIIAN JOURNAL OF HISTORY Public Art &f Historic Places. Capitol District Walking Tours. Also called: Public Art and Historic Places. Also called: Capitol District Walking Tours. Honolulu: State Foundation on Culture and the Arts, p. Public Art & Historic Places. Downtown and Chinatown Districts Walking Tours. Also called: Public Art and Historic Places. Also called: Downtown and Chinatown Districts Walking Tours. Honolulu: State Foundation on Culture and the Arts, p. Purnell, Nanette Napoleon. O'ahu Cemetery: Burial Ground & Historic Site. Written and photographed by Nanette Napoleon Purnell. 1st trade ed. Honolulu: Oahu Cemetery Association, p. Quest for Dignity: Personal Victories Over Leprosy /Hansen's Disease. Compiled by IDEA, The International Association for Integration, Dignity, and Economic Advancement. [S.I]: IDEA, The International Association for Integration, Dignity, and Economic Advancement: Franklin Press, p. Ramler, Siegfried. Linking Cousins of the Pacific: An Exploration of Hawaii's Polynesian Roots in Tahiti, June 13 27, Also called: Exploration of Hawaii's Polynesian Roots in Tahiti. [S.I.: s.n., 1998?]. 11 p. Rehnquist, William H. All the Laws But One: Civil Liberties in Wartime. 1st ed. New York: Knopf; distributed by Random House, xiii, 254 p., [8] p. of plates. Rhodes, Daisy Chun. Passages to Paradise: Early Korean Immigrant Narratives from Hawaii. Los Angeles: Academia Koreana Keimyung University Press, xxiii, 288 p. Richards, Mary C. Kahulumana. No Ordinary Man: William Francis Quinn, His Role in Hawaii's History. Honolulu: Hawaii Education Association, xv, 354 p., [8] p. of plates.

11 HAWAIIANA IN Roddy, Kevin M., and Lorna Arita-Tsutsumi. A History of Honey Bees in the Hawaiian Islands. Also called: Honey Bees in the Hawaiian Islands. Hilo: University of Hawai'i at Hilo, p. Roger, Sidney. A LiberalJournalist on the Air and on the Waterfront: Labor and Political Issues, With an introduction by Jessica Mitford; interviews conducted by Julie Shearer in 1989 and International Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Union oral history series. Berkeley: Regional Oral History Office, Bancroft Library, University of California, v. (xxii, 1053 p.). Root, Eileen M. TheFrench in Hawaii. [Honolulu: s.n., 1998]. [13] p. "Lists materials available at the Hawai'i State Library, Hawaiian and Pacific Collection." Rumford, James. The Island-Below-the-Star. Written and illustrated by James Rumford. Also called: Title on insert: Ka Aina-ma-lalo-o-ka- Hoku. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, v. (unpaged). Juvenile fiction; in English and Hawaiian.. When Silver Needles Swam: The Story of Tutu's Quilt ke kui ihe 0 Tutu. Honolulu: Manoa Press, [24] p. Juvenile fiction; in English and Hawaiian. Sai, David Keanu. Proclamation & Warranty of Seisin, Claim No. 77 (Government Lands). Also called: Warranty of Seisin, Claim No. 77 (Government Lands). [Honolulu]: Perfect Title Company, p. Silva, Noenoe K. The 1897 Petitions Protesting Annexation v. (8, [577] leaves). Includes bibliographical references (leaf 8, first group). Includes photocopies of Palapala Hoopii Kue Hoohuiaina = Petition Against Annexation and selected materials from RG 46, Records of the U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations, SEN 55A-J11.2, Petitions relating to the annexation of the Hawaiian Islands, from the 55th Congress, 1897.

12 242 THE HAWAIIAN JOURNAL OF HISTORY Souza, Blase Camacho, and Austin Dias. A Puerto Rican Poet on the Sugar Plantations of Hawaii. Honolulu: Puerto Rican Heritage Society of Hawaii, p. Sterling, Elspeth P. Sites of Maui. Honolulu: Bishop Museum Press, ix, 285 p. Stillman, Amy Ku'uleialoha. Sacred Hula: The Historical Hula 'Ala'apapa. Honolulu: Bishop Museum Press, vii, 83 p. Bishop Museum Bulletin in Anthropology, 8. Takabuki, Matsuo. An Unlikely Revolutionary: Matsuo Takabuki and the Making of Modern Hawaii: a Memoir. Assisted by Dennis M. Ogawa with Glen Grant and Wilma Sur. Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press, viii, 237 p. Twigg-Smith, Thurston. Hawaiian Sovereignty: Do the Facts Matter? Honolulu: Goodale Pub., xvi, 375 p. United States. Army. Field Artillery Battalion, 522nd. Historical Album Committee. Fire for Effect: A Unit History of the 522 Field Artillery Battalion. Honolulu: 522nd Field Artillery Battalion Historical Album Committee, iv, 212 p. University of Hawai'i at Manoa. Center for Oral History. Reflections of Pdlama Settlement. Also called: Palama Settlement. Honolulu: Center for Oral History, Social Science Research Institute, University of Hawai'i at Manoa, v. Wang, James C. F. Hawai'i State and Local Politics. Rev. ed. Hilo: Wang Associates, vii, 272 p. Wei, Deborah, and Rachael Kamel, eds. Resistance in Paradise: Rethinking 100 Years of U.S. Involvement in the Caribbean and the Pacific. Philadelphia: American Friends Service Committee, vii, 199 p. Wichman, Frederick B. Kaua'i: Ancient Place-Names and Their Stories. Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press, xi, 202 p.

13 HAWAIIANA IN Williams, Juan. Thurgood Marshall: American Revolutionary. 1st ed. New York: Times Books, xviii, 459 p. Williams, Julie Stewart. '0 Kamehameha Nui. Kakau 'ia e Julie Stewart Williams; kahaki'i 'ia e Robin Yoko Burningham; unuhi 'ia e Hana Pau; ho'oponopono 'ia e Ipo Wong. Honolulu: Hale Pa'i o na Kula 'o Kamehameha, xii, 121 p. Hawaiian-language ed. English language ed., Women in Hawai'i: Sites, Identities, and Voices. Guest editors, Joyce N. Chinen, Kathleen O. Kane, Ida M. Yoshinaga. Honolulu: Dept. of Sociology, University of Hawai'i at Manoa, xiii, 177 p. Social Process in Hawai'i; v. 38. Yim, Susan. John Young: The Sketchbooks. Honolulu: John Young Foundation in association with Outreach College, University of Hawai'i at Manoa, p. Yoshida, Ray. Ray Yoshida: A Retrospective [Exhibition]. Organized by The Contemporary Museum; James Jensen, curator. Honolulu: The Contemporary Museum, p. Young, Kanalu G. Terry. Rethinking the Native Hawaiian Past. New York: Garland Pub., xvii, 194 p. Zambucka, Kristin. Princess Kaiulani of Hawaii: The Monarchy's Last Hope. Honolulu: Green Glass Productions, Inc., p., [8] p. of plates. Essentially a reissue of the author's: Princess Kaiulani: The Last Hope of Hawaii's Monarchy, with added ill., 2nd ed., THESES AND DISSERTATIONS Aiu, Pua'ala'okalani D. "This Land is Our Land: The Social Construction of Kaho'olawe Island." Ph. D. dissertation, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, 1997, xiv, 196.

14 244 T H E HAWAIIAN JOURNAL OF HISTORY Arista, Denise Noelani Manuela. "Davida Malo: Ke Kanaka o ka Huliau. David Malo: A Hawaiian of the Time of Change." M.A. thesis, University of Hawai'i at Manoa, ix, 162. (Religion) Bradley, Vaden D. "Kainga: Tonga Families as Agents of Change" Ph.D. dissertation, University of Hawai'i at Manoa, viii, 234. (Political Science) Chen, Qi. "The Acculturation of Chinese Intellectuals in Hawai'i: " Ph.D. dissertation, University of Hawai'i at Manoa, xiv, 399. (History) Crabbe, Kamana'opono M. "Depression among Hawaiian Elders." M.A. thesis, University Hawai'i at Manoa, x, 93. (Psychology) Danico, Mary Kunmi Yu. "The Process of Becoming 1.5 Generation Korean American: The Influence of Family and Community on Ethnic Identity." Ph.D. dissertation, University of Hawai'i at Manoa, xi, 238. (Sociology) Dankyi, Stella. "Discord in Paradise: Tourism Development and Public Controversy in Maui, Hawaii." M.A. thesis, Simon Fraser University, viii, 127. (Sociology and Anthropology) Drozd, Karen S. "The Hawaiian Ukulele: Its Players, Makers, Teachers and Continuity in Traditional Transmission Processes." M.A. thesis, University of Hawai'i at Manoa, xvi, 289. (Music) Dudoit, Michelle Renee. "Cultural Identity and Cultural Practices of Hawaiians and Part-Hawaiians in Southern California and Hawai'i." M.S.W. thesis, California State University, Long Beach, xi, 136. DuPuis, Reshela Patrik. "Documenting Community: Activist Videography in Hawai'i." Ph.D. dissertation, University of Michigan, vii, 427. (American Culture)

15 HAWAIIANA IN Ermolaeva, Elena. "Chiefdom to State: Cultural Identity and Hierarchy Formation in the Ancient Hawaiian World-System." Ph.D. dissertation, Johns Hopkins University, xv, 562. Fenton, Alexander Frank. "E Mau Na Hana No'eau o Hawai'i: Craftspeople, Public Institutions and the Perpetuation of Tradition in Hawai'i." M.A. thesis, University of Edinburg, (Social Anthropology) Gnatek, Theresa A. "Peer Group Talk in a Language Arts Classroom: An Ethnographic Study of Hawaiian Adolescents: A Dissertation." Ph.D. dissertation, University of Massachusetts Amherst, xiv, 290. (Education) Greene, Wiliam L. "Determinants of Ethnic Identity among Adolescents in Hawai'i." Ph.D. dissertation, University of Hawai'i at Manoa, ix, 155. (Educational Psychology) Heider, Donald Bruce. "Consistent Exclusion?: An Analysis of Local Television News Coverage of Communities of Color." Ph.D. dissertation, University of Colorado, vii, 185. (Journalism and Mass Communication) Hewett, Kerri-Ann Kealohapau'ole. "Ko Makou Mau Mo'olelo: Native Hawaiian Students in a Teacher Education Program." Ed.D. dissertation, University of Hawai'i at Manoa, vii, 163. Hughes, Claire Ku'uleilani. "The Traditional Hawaiian Diet Program: Participant Perceptions and Implications for Culturally Relevant Health Promotion." D.P.H. dissertation, University of Hawai'i at Manoa, xvi, 147. (Public Health) Kapp, Drew Eric. "Pictorial Representations of Hawai'i: A Critique of Cultural Landscape Imagery Produced by European Artists in Hawai'i, " M.A. thesis, University of Hawai'i at Manoa, v, 201. (Geography)

16 246 THE HAWAIIAN JOURNAL OF HISTORY Karpiel, Frank J. "Mystic Ties of Brotherhood: Freemasonry, Royalty and Ritual in Hawai'i, " Ph.D. dissertation, University of Hawai'i at Manoa, xiv, 306. (History) Kiplinger, Vonda L. "Investigation of Factors Affecting Mathematics Achievement in the Eighth Grade: Academic Performance in Hawaii's Public Schools." Ph.D. dissertation, University of Colorado, xiv, 182. (Education) Knowles, Gordon James. "Sex, Crack, Ice, Heroin, and AIDS: An Ethnographic Study of 'Chinatown' Street Addicts in Honolulu, Hawaii: 1997." Ph.D. dissertation, University of Hawai'i at Manoa, xii, 198. (Sociology) Kubo, Louise M. "Reading and Writing Local: Politics of Community." Ph.D. dissertation, University of Hawai'i at Manoa, ix, 138. (Political Science) Kurazumi, Satomi. "Harry Seisho Nakasone, the Sanshin Master, and the Development of Okinawan Performing Arts in Hawaii." M.A. thesis, University of Hawai'i at Manoa, ix, 87. (American Studies) Kwack, Dae-Gyung. "Interrogating the Relationship Between Social Class and Juvenile Delinquency in Hawaii: Examining Gender and Ethnic Group Differences in Delinquent Behaviors." Ph.D. dissertation, University of Hawai'i at Manoa, May x, 211. (Sociology) Lam, Peter S. "Landowners' Response to State Development Plans: Production of Uneven Development in Kaka'ako, Honolulu, Hawai'i." M.A. thesis, University of Hawai'i at Manoa, xiv, 229. (Geography) Leong, Chris Sun. "'You Local or What': An Exploration of Identity in Hawaii." Ph.D. dissertation, Union Institute, (Cross- Cultural Psychology)

17 HAWAIIANA IN Lococo, Paul. "Participatory Democracy at the Grassroots: The Honolulu Neighborhood Boards." Ph.D. dissertation, University of Hawai'i at Manoa, xii, 240. (Political Science) Louis, Renee M. P. "The Authoritative Textualization of Hawaiian Place Names." M.A. thesis, University of Hawai'i at Manoa, v, 798. (Geography) MacAllan, Richard. "British Relations with the Hawaiian Kingdom, " M. Phil, thesis, University of London, Mayeda, David T. "Ethnic and Racial Formation in Hawai'i: Aspirations and Expectations of At-Risk Samoan Youth." M.A. thesis, University of Hawai'i at Manoa, v, 85. (American Studies) McKeown, Adam M. "Chinese Migrants Among Ghosts: Chicago, Peru and Hawaii in the Early Twentieth Century." Ph.D. dissertation, University of Chicago, v. xvii, 555. (History) McNulty, Amanda L. "A Description of Military Preschool Children's Home Environment in Oahu Housing Using the Home Screening Questionnaire." M.S. thesis, University of Hawai'i at Manoa, viii, 91. (Nursing) Meyer, Manulani Aluli. "Native Hawaiian Epistemology: Contemporary Narratives." D.Ed, dissertation, Harvard University, xvi, 177. Perlas, Gloria Kathleen. "Fostering Community and Identity: Filipino Radio Programs in Hawai'i. M.A. thesis, University of Hawai'i at Manoa, x, 143. (Sociology) Stephenson, Ross Wayland. "Creating Urban Viability and Vitality: The Vision of the Downtown Improvement Association." M.U.R.P. thesis, University of Hawai'i at Manoa, xv, 241. (Urban and Regional Planning)

18 248 THE HAWAIIAN JOURNAL OF HISTORY Sussman, Keri Alaine. "The Painted Churches of Hawai'i." M.A. thesis, Dominican College, viii, 193. (Humanities) Williams, Debbie Jay. "'Olelo Huna: A Rhetorical Critique of Literacy Policies in Hawaii." Ph.D. dissertation, Purdue University, xiv, 387. Yamada, Makiko. "A Question of Representation: Two Conflicting Perspectives in the 1976 Hokule'a Project." M.A. thesis, University of Hawai'i at Manoa, xi, 112. (American Studies) Zmijewski, David. "Huck Finn and Hawaii: A Study of Hawaiian Influence on the Adventures of Huckleberry Finn." Ph.D. dissertation, University of Hawai'i at Manoa, vi, 420. (American Studies) SELECTED PERIODICAL REFERENCES (OUT-OF-STATE PUBLICATIONS) Arthur, Linda Boynton. "Cultural Authentication Refined: The Case of the Hawaiian Holoku." Clothing and Textiles Research Journal 15.3 (1997): Balme, Christopher B. "Staging the Pacific: Framing Authenticity in Performances for Tourists at the Polynesian Cultural Center." Theatre Journal 50.1 (1998): 53+. Bill, Teresa. "Into the Marketplace: Working-Class Women in 20th Century Hawai'i." Labor's Heritage 9.1 (1997): Bravo, Michael T. "The Anti-Anthropology of Highlanders and Islanders." Studies in History and Philosophy of Science 29.3 (1998): Marshall Sahlins's theory on Captain James Cook's arrival in Hawai'i. Brenner, Mary E. "Adding Cognition to the Formula for Culturally Relevant Instruction in Mathematics." Anthropology and Education

19 HAWAIIANA IN Quarterly 29.2 (1998): Teaching mathematics to culturally diverse students in Hawai'i. Campbell, I. C. "Culture Contact and Polynesian Identity in the European Age." Journal of World History 8.1(1997): Native identity in Polynesia and Hawai'i in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Chariot, John. "Jean Chariot's Hawaiian-Language Plays." Rongorongo Studies 8.1(1998): "Pele and Hi'iaka: The Hawaiian-Language Newspaper Series." Anthropos (St Augustin) (1998): Clark, Geoffrey R. "Anthropogenic Factors and Prehistoric Dog Morphology: A Case Study From Polynesia." Archaeology in Oceania 32.1 (1997): Compares prehistoric dogs from Hawai'i and New Zealand. Cook, Kenneth William. "Subject Pronoun Fronting in Samoan and Hawaiian." Rongorongo Studies 7.1 (1997): Dominguez, Virginia R. "Exporting U.S. Concepts of Race: Are There Limits to the U.S. Model?" Social Research 65.2 (1998): Concept of race in Hawai'i. Donaghy, Keola. "'Olelo Hawai'i: A Rich Oral History, A Bright Digital Future." Cultural Survival Quarterly 21.4 (1998): Refers to the Internet and Hawaiian language. Espiritu, Yen Le. "Colonial Oppression, Labour Importation, and Group Formation: Filipinos in the United States." Ethnic and Racial Studies 19.1 (1996): 29+. Focuses on pre-world War II Filipino agricultural laborers in Hawai'i. Farris, Glenn. "The Age of Russian Imperialism in the North Pacific." Kroeber Anthropological Society Papers 81 (1997): Russian attempts to colonize Hawai'i.

20 25O THE HAWAIIAN JOURNAL OF HISTORY Harris, Laura C. "Public Access Shoreline Hawaii v. Hawai'i County Planning Commission: Expanding Hawaii's Doctrine of Custom." Ocean and Coastal Law Journal (1997): "Hawai'i." Contours (1 Nov. 1997): 24+. Tourism in independent Hawai'i. Henry, L. L. "Kites in Polynesia: Replicative Experiments and Hawaiian Petroglyphs." Rapa Nui Journal 12.2 (1998): Herda, Phyllis S. "The Political Nature of Quilting in Late 19th Century Hawai'i." Baessler-Archiv (NeueFolge) 45 (1997): Hinton, Leanne. "Hawaiian Language Schools." News from Native California 10.4 (1997): Inoue, Akihiro. "Christian Tradition and Hawaiian Identity: A Study of Cultural Identity of Hawaiian Students." Man and Culture in Oceania 14 (1998): Kauanui, J. Kehaulani. "Off-Island Hawaiians 'Making' Ourselves at 'Home': A (Gendered) Contradiction in Terms?" Women's Studies International Forum 21.6 (1 Nov. 1998): Kolb, Michael J. "Labor Mobilization, Ethnohistory, and the Archaeology of Community in Hawai'i." Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory (1997): Kolb, Michael J., and James E. Snead. "It's a Small World After All: Comparative Analyses of Community Organization in Archaeology." American Antiquity 62.4 (1997): Community analysis in Hawai'i and New Mexico. Kosasa, Karen K. "Pedagogical Sights/Sites: Producing Colonialism and Practicing Art in the Pacific." Art Journal 57.3 (1998): 46+. Hawaiian art pedagogy.

21 HAWAIIANA IN Labov, Teresa, and Jerry A. Jacobs. "Preserving Multiple Ancestry: Intermarriage and Mixed Births in Hawaii. "Journal of Comparative Family Studies 29.3 (1998): Langdon, Robert. "Fakaofo's Hawaiian Castaways of 1830 and the Origin of Its Lidded Boxes Called Tuluma. "Journal of the Polynesian Society (1998): Argues that the word tuluma, meaning box, is Polynesian and originates from Hawaiian castaways from the brig Kamehameha, wrecked at Fakaofo in December 1829 or early January Lee, Georgia. "Problems of Petroglyph Conservation, Hawaiian Islands." Pictogramg.2 (1997): Meller, Norman, and Anne Feder Lee. "Hawaiian Sovereignty." Publius 27.2 (1997): Meyer, Manu Aluli. "Native Hawaiian Epistemology: Exploring Hawaiian Views of Knowledge." Cultural Survival Quarterly 22.1 (1998): Mills, Peter R. "Historical Ethnography and Archaeology of Russian Fort Elisabeth State Historical Park, Waimea, Kaua'i." Kroeber Anthropological Society Papers 81(1997): Moblo, Pennie. "Blessed Damien of Moloka'i: The Critical Analysis of Contemporary Myth." Ethnohistory 44.4 (1997): "Institutionalising the Leper: Partisan Politics and the Evolution of Stigma in Post-Monarchy Hawai'i." Journal of the Polynesian Society (1998) : Hansen's disease in nineteenth-century Hawai'i. Moniz Nakamura, Jadelyn J.; Kathleen Sherry; and Laila Tamimi. "Foraging for Food?: Prehistoric Pit Features at Pohakuola, Hawai'i Island." RapaNuiJournal 12.4 (1998):

22 252 THE HAWAIIAN JOURNAL OF HISTORY Morin, Jose Luis. "Indigenous Peoples' Rights and Kanaka Maoli Self- Determination in Ka Pae'aina (Hawai'i)." Indigenous Affairs 1 (1998): Niheu, Kalamaoka'aina. "Rising Above the Waves of Dispossession." Indigenous Affairs 1 (1998): Refers to Native Hawaiians, health care, and land rights. Oiji, Akira. "The Acceptance of the Hula in Japan." Man and Culture in Oceania 13 (1997): Panarella, Samuel J. "Not in My Backyard PASH v. HPC: The Clash Between Native Hawaiian Gathering Rights and Western Concepts of Property in Hawaii." Environmental Law 28.2 (1998): Parmentier, Richard J. "Haole-ing in the Wind: On the Rhetoric of Identity Anthropology." Anthropological Quarterly69.4. (1996): Dispute between Marshall Sahlins and Gananath Obeyesekere over interpretations of Captain James Cook's death. Pietrusewsky, Michael. "Biological Origins of Hawaiians: Evidence from Skulls." Man and Culture in Oceania 13 (1997): Richter, Sonja. "Ka 'Olelo Hawai'i: Die Totgesagte Sprache Lebt Wieder Auf." Pogrom 197 (1997): Text in German. Study and teaching of Hawaiian language and culture. Roberts, Sarah Julianne. "The Role and Diffusion in the Genesis of Hawaiian Creole." Language 74.1 (1998): Robertson, Lori. "Press Accountability, Hawaiian Style." American Journalism Review 20.6 (1998): 13+. Refers to the Honolulu Community Media Council, a media-watch organization. San Buenaventura, Steffi. "Filipino Folk Spirituality and Immigration: From Mutual Aid to Religion. Amerasia Journal 22.1 (1996): 24+. Refers to the Filipino Federation of America's influence in Hawai'i.

23 HAWAIIANA IN Schwarz, Frederic D. "The White Man's Burden." American Heritage 49.4 (1998): U.S. acquires Hawai'i as a new territory in Shimada, Noriko. "Wartime Dissolution and Revival of the Japanese Language Schools in Hawaii: Persistence of Ethnic Culture."Journal of Asian American Studies 1.2 (1998): Siikala, Anna-Leena. "Spatial Memory and Narration: Oral History and Traces of the Past in a Polynesian Landscape." Suomen Antropologi 2 (1998): Refers to oral history in Hawai'i. Smith, Dale O. "Pearl Harbor: A Lesson in Air Power." Air Power History 44.1 (1997): Stoddart, David R. "Captain Cook and How We Understand Him." The Geographical Review 87.4 (1997): Dispute between Marshall Sahlins and Gananath Obeyesekere over interpretations of Captain James Cook's death. Sturcke, Roger, and Anthony Gero. "An Unusual Photograph of a Private, Company K, 1 st New York Volunteers, Hawaii, 1898." Military Collector & Historian 50.4 (1998): Van Dyke, Jon M. "The Political Status of the Native Hawaiian People." Yale Law & Policy Review 17.1 (1998): 95+. Warschauer, Mark. "Online Learning in Sociocultural Context." Anthropology and Education Quarterly 29.1 (1998): Teaching information technology in Hawai'i.. "Technology and Indigenous Language Revitalization: Analyzing the Experience of Hawai'i." The Canadian Modern Language Review 55.1 (1998): Woodard, Loretta B. Hammonds. "Hawaiian Outline-Embroidered Quilts." Uncoverings: The Research Papers of the American Quilt Study Group 18 (1997):

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