This page provides a collection of additional resources including music, surveys, educational materials, and maps pertaining to South Kohala, as well as a general list of useful books and webpages.
Archaeology and Cultural History
Kepa Maly’s digital archaeological record.
National Park Service: Development and Activity in the Kohala District.
An Archaeological Inventory Survey of the Lālāmilo Wind Farm Repowering Project.
Petroglyphs of Hawaiʻi by Likelike R. McBride, including info on kiʻi pōhaku at Puakō.
History of Kawaihae.
Huliauapaʻa’s Wahi Kūpuna Internship Program, Kohala resources.
Article on the Wahi Pana of ʻAnaehoʻomalu.
Historic battles in Kohala.
Kalahuipuaʻa Fishpond study by The Kohala Center.
Ethnographic work by Kepa and Onaona Maly, including documents pertaining to Kohala/ South Kohala.
Kale Langlas' oral history archive.
Jan Wizinowich’s oral history work.
Kaʻao and Moʻolelo
The stories of Kamiki and Makaʻiole, including their escapades in South Kohala.
Interactive ahupuaʻa map through the Hawaiʻi Statewide GIS Program.
Ecosystem effects along S. Kohala/ N. Kona coastline.
Interactive climate map of Hawaiʻi.
Hawaiʻi Tax Map Keys.
USGS topographical maps over time.
Interactive map of native plants along the Ala Kahakai, South Kohala.
2014 Hana Hou! article about Kohala.
Ka Leo o Ka Uluau includes several episodes and additional resources pertaining to Kohala.
Ethnobotanical brochure pertaining to plants along the Ala Kahakai, South Kohala.
Coastal plant ID cards.
Vegetation survey report on coastal plants along the Ala Kahakai, South Kohala.
Mele, Oli, and Contemporary Music
Aloha e Kohala by The Brothers Cazimero.
Waikoloa by Hūʻewa.
Waikoloa by Darrell Lupenui.
Kawaihae Hula by Bill Ali‘iloa Lincoln.
Kawaihae by Emma Paishon.
Bio on Clyde “Kindy” Sproat, treasured musician of Kohala.
Waimea Cowboy album by Sonny Chillingworth.
‘Oli & Mele list for Kanu o ka ʻĀina Charter School.
Kohala Mountain Music Project by The Kohala Center.
Ulukau and Papakilo for Hawaiʻi-based information.
Wehewehe, online Hawaiian dictionary.
Starr Environmental for Hawaiian plant information.
Ke Ola Magazine.
Bishop Museum Press.
Hawaiʻi State Library Public Library System.
ʻŌlelo Noʻeau by Mary Kawena Pukui.
Lāʻau Hawaiʻi by Isabella Aiona Abbott.
Ka Poʻe Kahiko: The People of Old by Samuel Kamakau.
Plants in Hawaiian Culture by Beatrice H. Krauss.
Arts and Crafts of Hawaiʻi by Te Rangi Hiroa (Peter H. Buck).
The Hawaiian Kingdom (three volumes) by Ralph S. Kuykendall.
Native Planters of Old Hawaiʻi by Handy and Pukui.
Hawaiian Antiquities by David Malo.
The Kumulipo, translated by Martha Beckwith.
Hawaiian Mythology by Martha Beckwith.
Ua Mau Ke Ea: Sovereignty Endures by Dr. David Keanu Sai.