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Collection: Hawaiian Language Imprints
He Wahi Olelo Ao No Ka Piliolelo Hawaii (Some Words About Hawaiian Grammar)
A textbook focusing on grammar in the Hawaiian language.
He Moolelo Hooniua Puuwai No Olanda Kaaka (A Heart Stirring Tale of Orlando Kaaka)
"A heart-stirring tale of Orlando Kaaka, the youth that dwelt in the forest, skilled in the use of rifles, tender-hearted and brave" (title page), written by W.D. Alexander, Jr. and translated by F. Metcalf.
Ka Moolelo O Ka Moi Kalakaua I (The History of King Kalakaua I)
A biographical account of King Kalakaua I.
Ke Alakai O Ke Kanaka Hawaii, Buke 1 (A Guide for the Hawaiian, Book 1)
A guide to the court system of Hawaii.
Ka Buke Moolelo O Hon. Robert William Wilikoki (The Memoirs of Hon. Robert William Wilcox)
A biographical account of the Honorable Robert William Wilcox.
He Moolelo No Kekahi Mau Koa Kaulana (A History of Some Famous Soldiers)
A history of some famous soldiers and other accounts.
Ka Mooolelo No Ka Ekalesia O Iesu Kristo (History of the Church of Jesus Christ)
A book discussing the history of the Christian Church.
Ka Wehewehehala (The Remission of Sins)
A book discussing Biblical teachings on the remission of sins.
Ao Kiko (Treatise on Punctuation)
A treatise on punctuation.
Ka Palapala Hoohalike I Ka Mooolelo Kahiko (A Publication Concerning Ancient History)
Translation of Joshua Toulmin Smith's Ancient History by Jonathan Smith Green (1796-1878).