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ISBN-13: 9780970959706. These are stories of Oahu before high rises, freeways, and hotels, before sugar plantations and pineapple fields, before churches and bibles. Culled from the collections of Abraham Fornander (1812-1887) and Thomas G. Thrum (1842-1932), the stories present an ancient history of the island and its people, telling of the heroes, ancestral spirits, and demigods who performed good works and punished evil-doers.
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Fornander then went to work for The Polynesian, a rival publication that he now . Thomas George Thrum (e.
Life as a public official. In late 1863, the new Hawaiian king Kamehameha V recognized Fornander's talents and appointed him to the nation's privy council, which were thirty of the most distinguished men in the islands. Fornander Collection of Hawaiian Antiquities and Folk-Lore. 4. Bernice P. Bishop Museum.
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