Learn how ancient Polynesian explorers found the Hawaiian Islands, the most remote in Earth's largest sea.
|Tattoo's From Paradise|
Traditional tattooing designs from the Polynesian cultures of Easter Island, Hawaii, the Marquesas, New Zealand, Samoa, Tahiti and Tonga.
|The Hawaiian Monarchy|
An illustrated history of royal Hawai'i from mythical origins to the overthrow. Includes index, chronology, and list of personnages and dynasties.
|Resource Units in Hawaiian Culture|
A favorite of Hawaiian Studies teachers, Resource Units in Hawaiian Culture has established itself as a thoroughly researched, useful educational tool.
Things Hawai‘i describes all the things-history, traditions, cultural norms, localisms, and nature-that make Hawai‘i unique.
Auckland Museum's collection of tapa cloth from around the Pacific is one of the most extensive in the world and it forms the basis of this comprehensive survey.
The magic of the Hawaiian Islands has captivated the hearts and imaginations of visitors for over 200 years.
|Nomads of the Wind|
Traces the migration of plants, animals, and human beings from island group to island group in the Polynesia.
|The Hawaiian Tattoo|
The result of exhaustive research detailing the history of the ancient Polynesian art of tattooing, its origins and the significance of designs.
|Tattoo Traditions in Hawaii|
Tattoo Traditions of Hawaii describes the evolution of Hawaiian tattooing as an art and science tracing it from its early roots in ancient Polynesia.