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Mar 01, · More Hawaiian Folk Tales: A Collection of Native Legends and Traditions Paperback – March 1, by Thomas G. Thrum (Compiler)Format: Paperback. The Paperback of the More Hawaiian Folk Tales: A Collection of Native Legends and Traditions by Thomas G.
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I love Hawaiian folk tales because I have heard many from locals on my travels to Oahu and Maui. However, I had never heard any of these.
They More Hawaiian folk tales book good, but I know there are more interesting Hawaiian folk tales out there to be told!3/5.
Mar 20, · More Hawaiian Folk Tales by Thomas G Thrum,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. May 26, · This book does go over Hawaiian Folk tales but only in direct comparison to the Bible. This is more a comparative religion text than a book of tales and legends.
No tale is told in its entirety without constant interjections pointing out how similar Hawaiian tales are to Biblical tales/5(12). Mar 11, · This product is sold as a book of folktales from Hawaii, and the ONLY thing inside the Kindle edition is pages repeating the exact same thing listed on the product overview.
I just paid $ for NOTHING. I am extremely pissed off. There are no folktales /5(2). Hawaiian Folk Tales I Legends Resembling Old Testament History. Rev. Hyde, D.D. In the first volume of Judge Fornander’s elaborate work on “The Polynesian Race” he has given some old Hawaiian legends which closely resemble the Old Testament history.
Hawaiian Folk Tales is one of a number of excellent period books available on this subject, and with a few exceptions, does not attempt to overly romanticize or impose western narrative structure.
It makes entertaining reading both for More Hawaiian folk tales book and residents of the Hawaiian islands. Oct 01, · Martha Beckwith was thefirst scholar to chart a path through the hundreds of books, articles, andlittle-known manuscripts that recorded the oral narratives of the Hawaiianpeople.
Her book has become a classic work of folklore and ethnology, and thedefinitive treatment of Hawaiian mythology. With an introduction by Katherine Luomala/5(39).
Jun 21, · First found in Japanese folklore, a mujina is a creature with no face that can shape-shift into human form. A famous Japanese mujina was named Kozo; he took the form of a monk and traveled the dark roads at night asking strangers for water or tea to drink.
Japanese immigrants brought this folklore to Hawaii, and the old tale took on a new spin. More Hawaiian folk tales: a collection of native legends and traditions. May 25, · Free kindle book and epub digitized and proofread by Project Gutenberg. This was another Po’okela Honorable Mention (in Children’s Hawaiian Culture) which I felt should have won as it’s a lot more fun to read and teaches you about the ecology of Hawaii through a unique adventure.
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Hawaiian folk tales; a collection of native legends by Thrum, Thomas G. (Thomas George), Publication date Show More. Full catalog record MARCXML. See also WorldCat (this item) plus-circle Add Review. soundsofgoodnews.com: Foreword (signed) and footnotes (signed “Ed.”) to Folk-Tales from Hawaii, by Laura S.
Green. This is another edition of PFFVC, no. 3, Hawaiian Stories and Wise Sayings; and PFFVC, no. 7, Folk-tales from Hawaii. Honolulu: Hawaiian Board Book Rooms, MORE HAWAIIAN FOLK TALES "-~ ~, \ • " 'J With Maps and Illustrations • COMPILED BY THOMAS G.
THRUM CHICAGO A. McCLURG &CO. Author of Ancient Ha'Wlliian Mytholo91 Editor Fomander Collection Hawaiian Folk-lore of the B. Bishop Museum Memoirs Compiler and Publisher The Hawaiian Annual Founded in A COLLECTION OF NATIVE LEGENDS AND TRADITIONS. Hawaiian Folk Tales: A Collection of Native Legends by Thomas G.
Thrum (Compiler) avg rating — 59 ratings — published — 28 editions. Myths and Legends of Hawaii is a one-volumn selection from the four volumes of collected tales of ancient Polynesian lore by Dr.
William D. Westervelt, the most prolific and popular of the retellers of Hawaiian folk tales/5. Mar 20, · Buy More Hawaiian Folk Tales by Thomas G Thrum from Waterstones today. Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £Pages: Hawaiian Folk Tales is a completion by Thomas G.
Thrum comparing the Hawaiian folk tales to those in the Bible. With Pele and the Deluge, The Shark-Man, Battle of the Owls and many more makes this book a great comparison religions text/5(3). Mar 10, · The Paperback of the Hawaiian Folk Tales: A Collection of Native Legends by Thos.
Thrum at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more. Hawaiian Folk Tales: Publish your book with B&N. Learn More.3/5(1). in the book: Thrum, Thomas G., More Hawaiian Folk Tales: A Collection of Native Legends and Traditions on pages: HSL Call Number: H T UHM Call Number: GRT5 Subject: Waianae, Oahu appears in the legend: "Legend of Paaula and Kawelu" in the book: Thrum, Thomas G., More Hawaiian Folk Tales: A Collection of Native Legends and.
A great little collection of traditional Hawaiian tales in the Hawaiian language, most of which have a corresponding version in English elsewhere in the book as well.
It would have been more useful to have the two versions side-by-side, but I guess the author was trying to encourage readers to stay in the Hawaiian version/5.
A few weeks ago I wrote about 6 Folktales from 6 Continents that you should read to your kids. As a follow-up to that, here are six more amazing stories from indigenous cultures around the world.
Africa: “The Wolf Queen”. Hawaiian Folk Tales, A Collection of Native Legends Leave a Comment / Hawaii, Native American It is becoming more and more a matter of regret that a larger amount of systematic effort was not established in early years for the gathering and preservation of the folklore of the Hawaiians.
Aug 14, · p.s. I also have a post on Pearl Harbor Books for Kids, Hawaiian Ukele, p.p.s. More Asian folk tales: 24 Wonderful Chinese Folk Tales for Kids. 15 Great Korean Folk Tales for Kids. Native American Folklore and Creation Stories by Native Americans.
21 Wonderful Japanese Folk Tales for Kids. Filipino Folk Tales. Hawaiian Folk Tales for Kids. In this guide to the best books on Hawaiian mythology, the title of each book is linked directly to the page on soundsofgoodnews.com, where you can purchase the book.
You may also wish to check such sources as soundsofgoodnews.com for even better prices on some of these books, which were printed several years ago. in the book: Thrum, Thomas G., More Hawaiian Folk Tales: A Collection of Native Legends and Traditions on pages: HSL Call Number: H T UHM Call Number: GRT5 Subject: Halemano, Oahu appears in the legend: "Halemano" in the book: Haleole, S.
N., and Martha Warren Beckwith, The Hawaiian Romance of Laieikawai on pages: HSL. in the book: Thrum, Thomas G., More Hawaiian Folk Tales: A Collection of Native Legends and Traditions on pages: HSL Call Number: H T UHM Call Number: GRT5 Subject: Pele appears in the legend: "How Pele Located on Hawaii" in the book: Thrum, Thomas G., More Hawaiian Folk Tales: A Collection of Native Legends and Traditions.
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G. Thrum With sixteen illustrations from photographs Chicago A. C. McClurg & Co. Where Have All the Fish Gone? A Retelling of a Hawaiian Folktale Many years ago in Hawaii there was a shark named Mano.
Like many sharks back then, Mano could take the form of a human. He enjoyed life as a shark, but he wanted to experience more. He wanted to .More Hawaiian Folk Tales: A Collection of Native Legends and Traditions on pages: HSL Call Number: H T UHM Call Number: GRT5 Subject: Hawea (Drum) appears in the legend: "Kukaniloko: Famed Birthplace of Aliis" in the book: Thrum, Thomas G., More Hawaiian Folk Tales: A Collection of Native Legends and Traditions on pages: