Mythology

Kumulipo

I – Legends Resembling Old Testament History

II – Exploits of Maui

III – Pele and the Deluge

IV – Pele and Kahawali

V – Hiku and Kawelu

VI – Lonopuha; Or, Origin of the Art of Healing in Hawaii

VII – A Visit to the Spirit Land; Or, The Strange Experience of a Woman in Kona, Hawaii

VIII – Kapeepeekauila; Or, The Rocks of Kana

IX – Kalelealuaka

X – Stories of the Menehunes – Hawaii the Original Home of the Brownies

XI – Kahalaopuna, Princess of Manoa

XII – The Punahou Spring

XIII – Oahunui

XIV – Ahuula

XV – Kaala and Kaaialii A Legend of Lanai

XVI – The Tomb of Puupehe – A Legend of Lanai

XVII – Ai Kanaka A Legend of Molokai

XVIII – Kaliuwaa Scene of the Demigod Kamapuaa’s Escape from Olopana

XIX – Battle of the Owls

XX – This Land is the Sea’s Traditional Account of an Ancient Hawaiian Prophecy

XXI – Ku-ula, the Fish God of Hawaii

XXII – Aiai, Son of Ku-ula Part II of the Legend of Ku-ula, the Fish God of Hawaii

XXIII – Kaneaukai A Legend of Waialua

XXIV – The Shark-Man, Nanaue

XXV – Fish Stories and Superstitions