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    Frederick B. Wichman
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The stories of Kauai's ruling chiefs were passed from generation to generation in songs and narratives recited by trained storytellers either formally at the high chief's . has been added to your Cart.

The stories of Kauai's ruling chiefs were passed from generation to generation in songs and narratives recited by trained storytellers either formally at the high chief's court or informally at family gatherings.

Na Pua Ali'I O Kaua'i book. The stories of Kauai's ruling chiefs were passed from generation to generation in songs and narratives recited by trained storytellers either formally at the high chief's court or informally at family gatherings.

The stories of Kaua'i's ruling chiefs were passed from generation to generation in songs and narratives recited by trained storytellers either formally at the high.

The stories of Kaua'i's ruling chiefs were passed from generation to generation in songs and narratives recited by trained storytellers either formally at the high chief's court or informally at family gatherings. In these legends, Hawaiians of old sought answers to the questionsWho are we? Who are our ancestors and where do they come from?

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Kukona was the 7th Alii Aimoku of Kauai. He ruled as the titular king or chief of the island of Kaua’i. He was born around 1405 according to "Na Pua Ali'I O Kaua'i: Ruling Chiefs of Kaua'i" by Frederick B. Wichman. Kukona took Ka-lau-nui-ohua, the ambitious chief of Hawaii who tried to seize Kauai, as prisoner to Kauai and this war was known as the War of Kawelewele. Kukona was the Alii Aimoku or sovereign of Kauai when Kalaunuiohua of Hawaii made his descent on the coast of Koloa, and in that neighborhood was met by Kukona and all the Kauai chiefs.

Na Pua Ali'i O Kaua'i. Frederick Wichman University of Hawaii Press, 2003. 250 000 safisfied customers. Since 2008, we have served long line of book lovers, but each of them was always on the first place. Delivery 1. 9 zł. Discount for students and teachers. In stock at our supplier - Shipping in 6 - 10 days. Frederick Wichman University of Hawai'i Press, 2003. pl All rights reserved Privacy Sitemap.

Frederick B. University of Hawaii Press. Chronicles Kauai's rich history, tracing the legends of rulers on the island, as well as stories about voyages. ISBN10 : 0824826388, ISBN13 : 9780824826383. Page Number : 157. Read Online Download Full. Moolelo Of Ancient Hawaii.

The stories of Kauai's ruling chiefs were passed from generation to generation in songs and narratives recited by trained storytellers either formally at the high chief's court or informally at family gatherings. Their chronology was ordered by a ruler's genealogy, which, in the case of the pua alii (flower of royalty), was illustrious and far reaching and could be traced to one of the four great gods of Polynesia--Käne, Kü, Lono, and Kanaloa. In these legends, Hawaiians of old sought answers to the questions "Who are we?" "Who are our ancestors and where do they come from?" "What lessons can be learned from their conduct?"

Nä Pua Alii o Kauai presents the stories of the men and women who ruled the island of Kauai from its first settlement to the final rebellion against Kamehameha I's forces in 1824. Only fragments remain of the nearly two-thousand-year history of the people who inhabited Kauai before the coming of James Cook in 1778. Now scattered in public and private archives and libraries, these pieces of Hawaii's precontact past were recorded in the nineteenth century by such determined individuals as David Malo, Samuel Kamakau, and Abraham Fornander. All known genealogical references to the Kauai alii nui (paramount chiefs) have been gathered here and placed in chronological order and are interspersed with legends of great voyages, bitter wars, courageous heroes, and passionate romances that together form a rich and invaluable resource.