Canoe Building


Canoe Life

Polynesian Migrations

Canoe Building

Painting Below: A Tree for a New Canoe by Herb Kawainui Kane




Spr 1995

Sum 1995

- Herb Kawainui Kane: In Search of the Ancient Polynesian Voyaging Canoe (Designing Hokule'a)
- Building Hokule'a: 1973-1975
- Kenneth Emory: Launching Hokule'a: March 8, 1975
- Maintaining Hokule'a: Drydock 2002; Preparing for Rapanui: Drydock 1997; Sam Low: "Laying on of Hands: 1997 Drydock"
- Sam Low: "Voyages of Awakening: 25 Years of Hokule'a"
- Building Hawai'iloa: 1991-1994; and "Aloha, Wrighto," a tribute to master canoe builder Wright Bowman, Jr., who led the construction team for Hawai'iloa
- Koakanu: Traditional Hawaiian Canoe-Building, from the Fornander Collection of Hawaiian Antiquities and Folk-lore (Honolulu, Bishop Museum: 1916-1919, Vol. 5, pp. 610-614 and 630-636).
- Edgar Henriques: Hawaiian Canoes, from the 34th Annual Report of the Hawaiian Historical Society (1925, pp. 15-19).
- S.M. Kamakau: The Building of Keawenui'umi's Canoe, from "The Story of Keawenui'umi" in Ruling Chiefs of Hawaii (Honolulu, Kamehameha Schools: 1992 (Revised Edition), pp. 38, 41-42).
- Herb Kawainui Kane: Evolution of the Hawaiian Canoe (1998).
- Hawaiian Deities of Canoes and Canoe Building
- Parts of a Traditional Canoe
- Plants Used for Building Traditional Canoes
- Tools for Building Traditional Canoes
- Bibliography--Canoes and Canoe Building