Legends of Hawaii, by Padraic Colum; with decorations by Don Forrer.

New Haven, Yale University Press, 1937.

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Subjects Folklore hawaiano.
Legends -- Hawaii.
Description xiv, [2], 220 pages illustrations 24 cm
Copyright Date 1937.
Notes "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.
Contents 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.
Geographic Area Hawaii
Network Numbers (OCoLC)490803
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Colum, Padraic, 1881-1972.
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