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The Moʻolelo Hawaiʻi of Davida Malo: Hawaiian Text and Translation, Volume 2

Author: Davida Malo
Editors/Translators: Charles Langlas, Jeffrey Lyon

Authored in the mid-19th century and fully written in the Hawaiian language (with side-by-side modern English translations), this text is a critical preservation of Hawaiian Ethnography, describing the culture, traditions, government, history, cosmology and religion of pre-Christian Hawaiʻi.