Earthquake History of Hawaii
Much of the early record of Hawaiian earthquakes comes from the diary of Mrs. Sarah J. Lyman, a missionary's wife at Hilo, on the Big Island of Hawaii. She began her account in 1833 and continued it until her death in 1885; this record was then continued for eleven more years by her descendants.
Electric Scotland: Princess Ka'iulani
An evaluation of both the Scottish and Kanaka Maoli significance of Princess Ka'iulani.
Hawaii War Records Depository
Information about the depository, which holds manuscripts, personal accounts, newspapers, photographs and ephemera documenting the impact of World War II upon Hawaii.
The history of Hawaii's royal family, from King Kamehameha the Great to Queen Liliuokalani.
University of Hawaii at Manoa Library
Library information, special collections, government documents, maps and searchable catalog.
World History Archives: Hawaiian Islands
Includes historical information pertaining to the Hawaii - U.S. Treaties, the struggle for independence and Hawaiian social history.
Last update:June 22, 2015 at 9:41:12 UTC