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Legends and Myths of Hawaii

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Legends and Myths of Hawaii is a captivating collection of traditional stories from the Hawaiian islands, written by King David Kalakaua. This book delves into the rich history and folklore of Hawaii, providing readers with a glimpse into the cultural beliefs and practices of the Hawaiian people.

Kalakaua's writing style is engaging and informative, making it easy for readers to immerse themselves in the world of Hawaiian mythology. The tales featured in this book are both entertaining and educational, offering insight into the beliefs and values of the Hawaiian people.

Overall, Legends and Myths of Hawaii is a must-read for anyone interested in Hawaiian culture and folklore. Kalakaua's passion for his culture shines through in his writing, making this book a valuable resource for anyone looking to learn more about the legends and myths of Hawaii.

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A collection of legends and myths of the Hawaiian islands and their 'strange people' as told by His Majesty King Kalakaua, the last king of Hawaii. Introduction, including a history, geography and social and religious commentary on the islands by R.M. Daggett, United States Minister to the Hawaiian Islands 1882-1885.


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