Ways to the Heart: Food and Foodways in Hawai'i

Additional Resources

 

Handy, E.S. Craighill and Elizabeth Gree Handy and Mary Kawena Pukui . Native Planters in Old Hawaii: Their Life, Lore, and Environment. Honolulu: Bishop Museum Press. 1972.

Kamakau, Samuel. The Works of the People of Old. Na Hana a ka Po’e Kahilo. Honolulu. Bishop Museum Press. 1976.

Kanahele, George S. Ku Kanaka---Stand Tall. A Search for Hawaiian Values. Honolulu. University of Hawaii Press. 1986.

Mitchell, Donald D. Resource Units in Hawaiian Culture. Revised Edition. Honolulu. The Kamehameha Schools Press. 1982.

Web sites:

www.bishopmuseum.org Several data bases for plants, ethnology

www.hawaiialive.org A Bishop Museum Website featuring 40 of the museum’s treasures. Teacher based. Includes essays, downloadable pictures, documents, videos for classroom use. For this lesson use the poi pounding section.

www.kahoolawe.org Protect Kaho’olawe ‘Ohana is the preservation and restoration of Kaho’olawe island in Hawai’i. Click on Makahiki for the island celebration.

www.pvs.kcc.hawaii.edu Polynesian Voyaging Society. Education information on migration and navigation in the Pacific using traditional methods.