Nainoa Thompson: Recollections of the Voyage of Rediscovery, with Crew Lists
Ben Finney: The Voyage of Rediscovery and its Significance
Carlos Andrade: Aotearoa to Samoa: One Memorable Stormy Night with Mau and a Song
Herb Kawainui Kāne: The Seekers: A Story of Hōkūle‘a’s 1985 Visit to Taputapuātea

Voyaging into Polynesia’s Past / References

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