Hawaiian Journal of History, Vol. 48 (2014)



Hawaiian Historical Society

Kelli Y. Nakamura; Soichi Sakamoto and the Three Year Swim Club: “The World’s Greatest Swimming Coach” (1–34)

R. Keawe Lopes Jr.; Hiki Mai E Ka Lā Ma Ka Hikina: The Sun Arrives In The East (35–52)

Lorenz Gonschor and Kamanamaikalani Beamer; Toward an Inventory of Ahupua‘a in the Hawaiian Kingdom: A Survey of Nineteenth- and early Twentieth-Century Cartographic and Archival Records of the Island of Hawai‘i (53–87)

Norbert Schorghofer, Elianna Kantar, and M. Puakea Nogelmeier; Snow on the Summits of Hawai‘i Island: Historical Sources from 1778 to 1870 (89–113)

Tiffany Lani Ing Tsai; “He Kā Waiho Ho‘ohemahema”: Kanaka Maoli Responses to King Kalākaua’s Tour of the Kingdom from 1874 Newspapers in Hawai‘i (115–143)

Anita Manning and Justin W. Vance; Hawai‘i at Home During the American Civil War (145–170)

Notes & Queries
The Edinburgh Hawaiian Feathered Cloak and Museum Guessalogs (171–174). Submitted by Adrienne L. Kaeppler

Book Reviews

The Seeds We Planted: Portraits of a Native Hawaiian Charter School by Noelani Goodyear-Ka‘ōpua. Reviewed by Jeffrey Moniz (175–177)

Going for Broke: Japanese American Soldiers in the War Against Nazi Germany by James M. McCaffrey. Reviewed by Franklin Ng (178–179)

Japanese Buddhist Temples in Hawai‘i: An Illustrated Guide by George J. Tanabe and Willa Jane Tanabe. Reviewed by Jay Sakashita (180–182)

Native Paths to Volunteer Trails: Hiking and Trail Building on O‘ahu by Stuart M. Ball, Jr. Reviewed by Gwen Sinclair (182–184)

Hawai‘i’s Mauna Loa Observatory: Fifty Years of Monitoring the Atmosphere by Forrest M. Mims III. Reviewed by Ray Tsuchiyama (184–186)


Hawaiiana in 2013: A Bibliography of Titles of Historical Interest compiled by Jodie Mattos (187-203)

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