ʻIke Kumu: Wellsprings of Knowledge

PAPAKILO DATABASE. A database of databases, “pertaining to historically and culturally significant places, events, and documents in Hawai’i’s history.” Types of records include Aliʻi Probate Records, archaeological survey reports, genealogy indexes, land indexes, maps, etc.  From the Office of Hawaiian Affairs, in partnership with Awaiaulu, Bishop Museum, DL Consulting, Hawai’i State Archives, Ho’olaupa’i, Ka’iwakikoumoku, Kumu Pono Associates, The Nature Conservancy, and Ulukau Hawaiian Electronic Library.

ULUKAU: THE HAWAIIAN ELECTRONIC LIBRARY. Lots and lots of books. Neat books.  On their title page:  “. . .  knowledge and understanding can come to the person who makes the effort to read the language and words of this electronic library.”

DICTIONARIES!! Hosted on Ulukau, but also directly accessible at www.wehewehe.org.

 

One Response to ʻIke Kumu: Wellsprings of Knowledge

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