4 edition of Hawaiian grass house in Bishop Museum found in the catalog.
Hawaiian grass house in Bishop Museum
Catherine C. Summers
Bibliography: p. 53-55.
|Statement||Catherine C. Summers.|
|Series||Bishop Museum special publication ;, 80, Bernice P. Bishop Museum special publication ;, 80.|
|Contributions||Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum.|
|LC Classifications||DU624.6 .S86 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 55 p. :|
|Number of Pages||55|
|LC Control Number||87070692|
- Archives Old Pictures From Hawaii | Image from Bishop Museum Archives, Honolulu, Hawaii. Images are not to. The traditional hale pili currently exhibited at the Bishop Museum was built on site in from materials that came from an abandon house in Miloli‘i, Kaua‘i.
Assorted “unreal” advertisements. One of Bishop Museum’s cultural advisors, Marques Marzan, a Native Hawaiian fiber artist, also expressed the need to balance the exhibit with a Native. The Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum, designated the Hawaiʻi State Museum of Natural and Cultural History, is a museum of history and science in the historic Kalihi district of Honolulu on the Hawaiian island of O'd in , it is the largest museum in Hawai'i and has the world's largest collection of Polynesian cultural artifacts and natural history specimens.
Hawaiian Name Species Name Vernacular Name ‘a‘ali‘i: Dodonaea viscosa: none: a‘e: Sapindus saponaria: soapberry: a‘e (Zanthoxylem) Zanthoxylum (4 species) none ‘ahakea: Bobea (4 species) none ‘āheahea: Chenopodium oahuense: none ‘ahu‘awa: Cyperus javanicus: sedge: aiea: Nothocestrum (4 species) none ‘aka‘akai. Apr 8, - Hale pili (grass house). Image from Bishop Museum Archives, Honolulu, Hawaii. Images are not to be re-used without permission.
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Summers Paperback. It is renowned to be an authentic Hawaiian grass house and was built in Book outlines materials, techniques and process.
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) In David Samwell wrote of a shelf and rack inside a house at Kealakekua Bay, Hawaii: In one Corner of the House are two long pieces of wood stuck in the ground with a board between them forming kind of a shelf; on this they put their Bowls & other household furniture & hang their Calibashes of water &c to the Poles.
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Regular price $ Canoes of Oceania. (Bishop Museum.) enjoyed Cummins's hospitality at the spacious home There were several grass houses scattered throughout the grounds, one for the exclusive use of Kalakaua and one exclusively for Princess Ka'iulani As a child, she helped "Uncle John" erect a flagpole nearby, then she raised the Hawaiian flag and christened it with a bottle of cham.
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But shortly before Bernice’s death, she added an amendment to her will containing 17 items. 2 See Coulter, J.W., “Population and Utilization of Land and Sea in Hawaii. ,” Benice P. Bishop Museum Bulletin Honolulu, 3 Stokes, J.
G., "Honolulu and Some New Speculative Phases of Hawaiian History" Extract, 42nd Annual Report (for ) Hawaiian Historical Society. Bernice P. Bishop Museum, Occasional Papers, Vol. XVI, N. 17, Honolulu, Every Hawaiian household had a group of houses instead of a single house as it is today.
These were often built with walls and covered with ukiuki grass, ti leaf (la-ʻi) or sugar cane leaves. Hawaiian antiquities. Malo, D. [last reprinted ] Volume 3.
A handbook for visitors to the Bishop Museum. Brigham, W.T. pp Volume 4. Index to "The Polynesian Race" by A. Fornander. Compiled by Stokes, J.F.G. with a brief memoir of Judge Fornander by W.D. Alexander. 86 pp. Volume 5. Bishop Museum handbook. This ʻahu ʻula came to Bishop Museum inone of three sacred ʻahu ʻula connected to the legacies of the royal house of Kamehameha.
Before. On the morning of January 7,the Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum Education team arrived at Hoi, a marshy part of the Heʻeia wetlands, a acre reclamation project in Heʻeia ahupuaʻa. Bishop Museum Press’s books. Bishop Museum Press Average rating: 8 ratings 0 reviews 8 distinct works.
Hula Historical Perspectives by. Bishop Hawaiian Grass House in Bishop. avg rating — 0 ratings — published Want to Read /5(8). Traditional Hawaiian thatched grass house Wood, stone, and pili grass Built of materials collected in early 19th, early 20th, and the early 21st centuries. InWilliam Brigham, Bishop Museum's first director, was planning the exhibits for Hawaiian Hall, then under construction.
(3) "The Hawaiian Grass House in Bishop Museum" (), by Catherine C. Summers, and (4) "Arts and Crafts of Hawaii, Section II, Houses" () by Te Rangi Hiroa (Peter H. Buck). (Added by Ord. ) Sec. Definitions.
For purposes of this article, the following words and terms shall have the meanings shown herein.Ruth was a staunch defender of ancient Hawaiian traditions and customs. While the kingdom became Christianized, Anglicized, and urbanized, she preferred to live as a noble woman of antiquity.
While her royal estates were filled with elegant palaces and mansions built for her family, she chose to live in a large traditional stone-raised grass g: Bishop Museum.The Hawaiian grass house in Bishop Museum / Catherine C.
Summers; Material culture: the J.S. Emerson Collection of Hawaiian artifacts / Catherine C. Summers; The missionary censuses of Hawaii / [by] Robert C. Schmitt.