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  • Hawaiiana in 2017A Bibliography of Titles of Historical Interest
  • Jodie Mattos (bio)


Abe, David K. Rural Isolation and Dual Cultural Existence: The Japanese-American Kona Coffee Community. Cham, Switzerland: Palgrave Macmillan, 2017. 295 p.
Allen, Jennifer. Mālama Honua: Hōkūle‘a—A Voyage of Hope. Ventura, CA: Patagonia, 2017. 35 p.
Barman, Jean. Maria Mahoi of the Islands. 2nd ed. Vancouver: New Star Books, 2017. 115 p.
Bergin, Dr. Billy and Dr. Brady Bergin. The Hawaiian Horse. Honolulu: University of Hawai‘i Press, 2017. 364 p.
Bonura, Sandra E. Light in the Queen’s Garden: Ida May Pope, Pioneer for Hawai‘i’s Daughters, 1862–1914. Honolulu: University of Hawai‘i Press, 2017. 336 p.
Calkhoven, Laurie. Duke Kahanamoku. New York: Simon Spotlight, 2017. 48 p. Children’s book.
Chapman, William. The Story of Hawai‘i’s Volcano House(s), 1844 to the Present. [n.p.]: National Park Service, 2017. 49 p.
Croft, Lee B. Kaumuali‘i and the Last of Hawaii’s God Kings. Phoenix, AZ: Sphynx Pub., 2017. 214 p.
Deignan, Donald D. The Shadow of Sacrifice: The True Story of a Pearl Harbor Survivor and His Nephew and Namesake. Parker, CO: Outskirts Press, 2017. 528 p.
Distinguished Kama‘āina of Kane‘ohe Bay Ko‘olaupoko II: The People and History Recognized by the Ko‘olaupoko Hawaiian Civic Club 2011–2016. Kāne‘ohe: Ko‘olaupoko Hawaiian Civic Club, 2017. 66 p.
Doors to Many Mansions: Robert Shipman Thurston Jr. Memorial Chapel, Punahou School. Honolulu: Punahou School, 2017. 86 p.
Engledow, Jill. The Story of Lāhaina. Wailuku, HI: Maui Island Press, 2016. 78 p.
Fleece, Larry. The John A. Burns School of Medicine: 50 Years of Healing in Hawai‘i. Honolulu: Legacy Isle Pub., 2015. 104 p.
Forbes, David W., ed. In Haste with Aloha: Letters and Diaries of Queen Emma, 1881–1885. Honolulu: University of Hawai‘i Press, 2017. 236 p.
Furuya, Suikei. An Internment Odyssey = Haisho Tenten. Honolulu: Japanese Cultural Center of Hawai‘i, 2017. 368 p.
Haas, Michael. Racial Harmony Is Achievable: Lessons from the Kingdom of Hawai‘i. London: Routledge, 2017. 112 p.
Hall, Dana Naone. Life of the Land: Articulations of a Native Writer. Honolulu: ‘Ai Pōhaku Press, 2017. 248 p.
Hemmings, Fred. Local Boy: A Memoir. Honolulu: Legacy Isle Pub., 2017. 120 p.
Hill, Richard J. Robert Louis Stevenson and the Pictorial Text: A Case Study in the Victorian Illustrated Novel. London: Routledge, 2017. 219 p. Includes Hawai‘i.
Jenkins, Irving. Lord of the Haao Rain. Honolulu: Kalaiopua Pub., 2017. 162 p.
Jin, Shigeji, comp. Imin biburiogurafī: shoshi de miru Hokubein imin kenkyū = Imin Bibliography: A Guide to Japanese Immigrants in Hawaii and North America. Tōkyō: Kurosukaruchā Shuppan, 2016. 363 p. Text in Japanese.
Johns, James. Reassessing Pearl Harbor: Scapegoats, a False Hero and the Myth of Surprise Attack. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2017. 218 p.
Jones, Charles A. Pearl Harbor’s Hidden Heroes: The Eighteen Medals of Honor Awarded for Bravery in the Hawaiian Islands During World War II: 1941, 1942, and 1945. Greensboro, NC: Charles A. Jones, 2017. 556 p.
Kam, Ralph Thomas. Death Rites and Hawaiian Royalty: Funerary Practices in the Kamehameha and Kalākaua Dynasties, 1819–1953. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2017. 242 p.
Konzett, Delia Malia Caparoso. Hollywood’s Hawaii: Race, Nation, and War. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 2017. 253 p.
Lee, James F. Safe Passage: The Civilian Evacuation from Hawaii after Pearl Harbor. [n.p.]: The Finch Press, 2016. 322 p.
Lindsey, Robert. Sonny Kaniho: A Profile in Hawaiian Courage 1922–2009. [n.p.]: Robert Lindsey, 2017. 336 p.
Louis, Renee Pualani. Kanaka Hawai‘i Cartography: Hula, Navigation, and Oratory. Corvallis: Oregon State University Press, 2017. 218 p.
Meyer, Susan. James Cook: European Explorer of Australia and the Hawaiian Islands. New York: Rosen Pub., 2017. 48 p. Children’s book.
Nākoa, Sarah Keli‘ilolena. Lei Momi o ‘Ewa. Honolulu: Short Stack by Native Books, 2016. 32 p.
Ogawa, Manako. Umi no tami no hawai: hawai no suisangyō o kaitaku shita nihonjin no shakaishi = Sea people of Hawaii: History of Japanese Pioneers of the Fishing Industry in Hawaii. Kyōto: Jinbunshoin, 2017. 286 p. Text in Japanese.
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