Legends of Hawaii, by Padraic Colum; with decorations by Don Forrer.
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Legends -- Hawaii.
xiv, , 220 pages illustrations 24 cm
"Published on the foundation established in memory of Amasa Stone Mather of the Class of 1907, Yale college."
"The stories ... are selections from ... [the author's] At the gateways of the day and The bright islands."--Pref., pages xii.
"Notes": pages 207-220.
The princess of the rainbow -- The fire-goddess -- The seven great deeds of Ma-ui -- The me-ne-hu-ne -- The canoe of Laka or Rata and those who sailed in it -- When the little blond shark went visiting -- The boy Pu-nia and the King of the sharks -- Owl and Rat and the boy who was good at shooting arrows -- The story of Mo-e Mo-e -- Ha-le-ma-no and the Princess Kama -- "Companion-in-suffering-in-the-glade" -- The arrow and the swing -- The rolling island -- The daughter of the King of Ku-ai-he-lani -- The woman from Lalo-hana -- Hina, the woman in the moon -- The two great brothers, Ni-he-u and Kana -- Au-ke-le the seeker -- Kaulu, the world's strongest boy.
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|WorldCat Identities||Colum, Padraic, 1881-1972.
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