Hawaiian Folk Tales

by Thomas G. Thrum

Publisher: Mutual Pub Co

Written in English
Cover of: Hawaiian Folk Tales | Thomas G. Thrum
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  • FIC010000,
  • FIC,
  • Fiction,
  • Literature: Folklore/Mythology,
  • Fairy Tales, Folklore & Mythology
The Physical Object
FormatMass Market Paperback
Number of Pages304
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8669196M
ISBN 101566471664
ISBN 109781566471664

Apr 14,  · Pele, the fire goddess, leaves Tahiti to find her own land where she can preserve the sacred flame. Digging her way along the Hawaiian island chain, she is . 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: "The Hinas of Hawaiian Folk-Lore" in the book: Thrum, Thomas G., More Hawaiian Folk Tales: A Collection of Native Legends and Traditions on pages: HSL Call. Most of the text is in Hawaiian and English, on opposite pages. The paging continues that of the "Hawaiian stories and wise sayings", first series, , and "Folk-tales from Hawaii Second series", , both compiled by Laura C.S. Green, being no. 3 and 7 of the foundation series. cf. Note, signed Martha Beckwith. Description. Blog post at PragmaticMom: When I was a child, a relative in Hawaii from my mother's side that I'd never met sent me two picture books as a Christmas present. It was a[..] Blog post at PragmaticMom: When I was a child, a relative in Hawaii from my mother's side that I'd never met sent me two picture books as a Christmas present.

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. Note: Citations are based on reference standards. However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study. The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied. Overview. Students learn about a genre through participation in Scholastic's Myths, Folktales, and Fairy Tales online activity. By interviewing accomplished genre writers and storytellers, taking part in online writing activities, and using interactive technology tools, students delve into the history, meaning, and cultural importance of each distinct genre. Buy Hawaiian Folk Tales: A Collection of Native Legends by Thomas George Thrum online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 15 editions - starting at $ Shop evidize.com Range: $ - $

Jun 18,  · Lee "Hawaiian Folk Tales A Collection of Native Legends" por Thos. G. Thrum, Editor disponible en Rakuten Kobo. This edition features • illustrations • a linked Table of Contents CONTENTS I. Legends Resembling Old Testament evidize.com: Volumesofvalue. 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 Folk-Lore Of The Hawaiians. The World Is Under Lasting Obligations To The Late Judge Fornander, And To Dr. Rae Before Him, For Their Painstaking Efforts To Gather The History Of This People And Trace Their Origin And Migrations. widely spoken and there are many fme folk tales available in both Tongan and English. Several have been adapted by Tongan story tellers for a young audience and include both languages in a single text. "The Origin ofthe Magellan Clouds" is an adaptation oftwo different versions ofthis Tongan folk tale which takes place on the island ofTongatapu. 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. 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 This Hawaiian myth has a similar.

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This book was a fairly interesting introduction to Hawaiian folklore, which I really only read because I was in Hawaii. I recommend it for anyone traveling to the islands because it taught the origin of some words and places I encountered and the short story format was 3/5.

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 visitors and residents of the Hawaiian evidize.coms: Hawaiian folk tales.

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Thrum] on evidize.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Shelf2Life Literature and Fiction Collection is a unique set of short stories, poems and novels from the late 19th to early 20th centuries.

From tales of love4/5(12). Hawaiian Folk Tales "This is an anthology of Hawaiian folklore, including pieces by Thomas Thrum and other writers. This includes many articles which were originally published in difficult to obtain journals and now-rare books.3/5(2). 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 visitors and residents of the Hawaiian islands. Oct 01,  · A classic and authoritative work on Hawaiian myths. The book takes a very academic approach to an area which unfortunately has drifted into a causual, "fairytale" genre.

Beckwith was a professional, writing on her home ground. If you are interested in the origins of Hawaiian mythology /5(39). 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.

How shall we account for such coincidences. Goodnight Hawaiian Moon by Dr. Carolan and Joanna Carolan is a local version of Hawaiian Folk Tales book classic Goodnight Moon and has won national book awards.

The story is nice and the illustrations are average but what really sets the book apart is the bedtime audio CD that comes with it—Amy Hanaiali’i turns this ordinary rendition into an extraordinary experience. 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.

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. 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.

Jul 22,  · Hawaiian folk tales; a collection of native legends by Thrum, Thomas G. (Thomas George), Pages: 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, May 25,  · Free kindle book and epub digitized and proofread by Project Gutenberg. Hawaiian Folk Tales A Collection of Native Legends By: Thomas G.

(Thomas George) Thrum (). Books by Thomas G. Thrum. The Pali and Battle of Nuuanu Kaliuwaa Falls and Kamapuaa the Demigod (Revised from the Hawaiian Annual and Hawaiian Folk-Tales) by.

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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).

Sep 25,  · A large part of its fascinating past rests in the ghost stories that circle the islands’ people.

Step in a different direction: down into the phantom tales that have unquestionably shaped much of Hawaii’s charisma. The White Lady. Hawaiian Girl. The Rev. Forbes devoted some time and thought to the collecting of island folk-lore: and King Kalakaua took some pains in this line also, as evidenced by his volume of Legends and Myths of Hawaii, edited by R.

Daggett, though there is much therein that is wholly foreign to ancient Hawaiian customs and thought. Hawaiian Folk Tales Thomas G. Thrum Last week, around 30, people downloaded books from my site - 8 people gave donations.

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Buy this Book at evidize.com Hawaiian Folk Tales, by Thomas G. Thrum, [], at evidize.com p. X STORIES OF THE MENEHUNES HAWAII THE ORIGINAL HOME OF THE BROWNIES THOS. THRUM. STUDENTS of Hawaiian folk-lore find much of coincident interest with traditional or more historic beliefs of other and older lands.

The same applies, in a. 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. The selections have been edited for the enjoyment of the modern reader/5.

Hawaiian Folk Tales, by Thomas G. Thrum, [], full text etext at evidize.com Sacred Texts Pacific Index Previous Next Buy this Book at evidize.com Hawaiian Folk Tales, by Thomas G. Thrum, [], at evidize.com p. XVI THE TOMB OF PUUPEHE A LEGEND OF LANAI FROM "THE HAWAIIAN GAZETTE". Presents: Hawaiian Folk Tales| Tiki Gods, Deities, Demi-Gods, Legends, Lore, Folk Tales and Mythology of Ancient Hawaii.

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McClurg & Co. Hawaiian Folk Tales, Online Novel, Short Stories, Classical Novels, Science Fiction, Children's Novel, Biographical, Religious Fiction, Inspiring Novel, Free Download. The result of his efforts, Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii was published inand that edition has since become a rare and expensive collector's item.

This digital edition of that book. Jul 18,  · Fairy Tales and Stories for Kids 27, views Ben and Holly’s Little Kingdom 🎄 Visiting Granny and Grandpapa | Cartoon for Kids - Duration: Legends about the little people of Hawaiian folklore, the demigod Maui, and other Hawaiian tales. The menehune were the little people of Hawaiian tales.

As they lived in the mountain forests and only came to the lowland at night, they were not often seen. Yet the Hawaiians could describe them/5. Mar 10,  · The Paperback of the Hawaiian Folk Tales: A Collection of Native Legends by Thos. G. Thrum at Barnes & Noble.

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Thrum, [], full text etext at evidize.com Sacred Texts Pacific Index Previous Next Buy this Book at evidize.com Hawaiian Folk Tales, by Thomas G. Thrum, [], at evidize.com p. XXIV THE SHARK-MAN, NANAUE Kalei, as was to be expected from a strong, well-formed Hawaiian girl of those.