1838 Maps of Kauai and Niihau

Sponsor:  YoRicHOPE

by Samuel Kalama 1838 ~

Kauai

Niihau

BYU Interviews of Kupuna

Sponsor:  YoRicHOPE

Aloha, I’ve been redoing the BYU Interviews of Kupuna because of the broken links. Now you can click on the name and be taken right to the pdf file which you can download and save. These are the first of the Kupuna that I’ve updated. Mahalo for your patience.

BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY-HAWAII, Oral Interview

Kinimaka Family Website

The Kinimaka Family Website is a site where the Kinimaka family connects ohana from all over the world sharing photographs, stories, and history.

If you are a Kinimaka this is the site for you to connect with the rest of your ohana.

There is also a family reunion coming up in July 2009 in Kauai which promises to be a well worth attend.

Anti Annexation Petitions – Kauai Women and Men

Kauai, Women

Lihu’e
Koloa
Hanapepe
Waimea
Ko’olau
Hanalei
Kawaihau

Kauai, Men

Lihu’e
Hanapepe
Waimea
Hanalei
Kawaihau

Matilda Gonzales

Matilda Gonzales

Mother = Rebecca Makua’ole

Born: Waimea, Kaua’i – Makawili Valley

Dr. Hoaheo, three children and his wife and himself, moved from Saipan to Guam

Oral Histories – Interview with Kapuna, Halelea Haena Kauai

This is something I found while researching my own genealogy. For anyone looking for genealogy or just some good stories about Halelea Kauai this is good reading.

The interview is conducted by Kepa Maly et. al.

Click below

HE MAU MOʻOLELO ʻOHANA: TRADITIONS AND
HISTORICAL RECOLLECTIONS OF THE FAMILIES OF THE LAND