Lā'au Hawai'i: traditional Hawaiian uses of plants
This classic, award-winning book provides the first comprehensive description of Hawaiian traditions of plant use. Topics include not only food, but clothing, cordage, shelter, canoes, tools, housewares, medicines, religious objects, weaponry, personal adornment, and recreation.
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The First Hawaiians and Their Plants
An Evolving Relationship to Land and Crops
Religious Dimensions of Hawaiian Agriculture 75
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Abbott photograph ahupua'a akua ali'i Ancient Hawaiian Arts and Crafts aumakua bark baskets Bishop Museum photograph breadfruit Brigham Buck canoe centimeters coconut Collection of Bishop color cooked Crafts of Hawaii crops eaten ele'ele endemic feathers fern fibers fish flowers fruit gods gourds hala halau hale Handy and Handy Hawai'i Hawaiian Antiquities 1903 Hawaiian Cordage Hawaiian culture Hawaiian Planter heiau hula ie'ie islands kahuna kalo Kamakau Kamehameha Kane kapa kapu Kaua'i kauila kdkd known kukui land Lapita lauhala leaves limu lo'i Lono mai'a maka'ainana Makahiki Malo Marquesas mats Maui medicine meters Native Planters O'ahu ohi'a lehua Old Hawaii olona Pacific paper mulberry piece of kapa plaited Planters in Old plants Polynesian Polynesian introduction post-contact Pukui roots species stems sweet potatoes taro thatching thatching poles traditional tree uala umeke varieties Voyage wa'a waiian wauke Western contact wood yams