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The image of children
overlooking Niumalu is taken from "We the People
of Niumalu-Nawiliwili: our lifestyle and environment",
Niumalu-Nawiliwili Tenants Association, October, 1973.
These were among the first modern day maka'ainana to
defend the connection between the land, water, and quality
of their life.
Tour Nawiliwili Bay: Contents
Hawaiian Islands from space
- NASA photograph
Hule'ia Photo - Randy Wichman
Wahi Pana Photo - Hawaii
State Archives. All Hawai'i State
Archives photos rephotographed for 'Ainakumuwai
by David Boynton
Tour Nawiliwili Bay: Location
Map of the Hawaiian Islands generated with ArcView
See links below for information.
Moku 'Aina Map and Ahupua'a Map courtesy of
Linked Ahupua'a aerial photographs of Kipu, Ha'iku,
Niumalu, Nawiliwili, and Kalapaki by David Boynton, courtesy
of Casey Reiner and Jack Harter Helicopters.
Tour Nawiliwili Bay: Five Streams
Present day Koenaawanui photo
by P.M. Cockett
Wailua waterfalls and Hanakapiai photo courtesy
of the Division of Aquatic Resources, Department of Land and
State of Hawai'i. (DAR)
Ahupua'a painting by Marilyn Kahalewai
Maps of Caseland from Ho'okipa Network
Hule'ia River photo by Randy Wichman
Pu'ali Stream photo by P.M. Cockett
Papalinahoa photo from the M.F. Prosser Collection,
Kauai Historical Society
Nawiliwili Stream photo by P.M. Cockett
Koenaawanui photo from Cheryl Lovell-Obatake, private
Kalapaki aerial photo from Kauai Historical Society
Tour Nawiliwili Bay: Wahi Pana
Hobey from Holbrook Goodale, private collection
Cheryl by P.M.Cockett
All other photos in this section by David Boynton, except
for Pau kini and Mokuweo, by P.M. Cockett.
Mary Kawena Pukui, "'Olelo No'eau: Hawaiian Proverbs
and Poetical Sayings" Honolulu: Bishop Museum Press,
Mary Kawena Pukui, Samuel H. Elbert, Hawaiian Dictionary
Honolulu: University Press of Hawaii, 1979.
Mary Kawena Pukui, Samuel H. Elbert, Esther T. Mookini, Place
Names of Hawaii Honolulu: The University Press
of Hawaii, 1981.
Frederick B. Wichman, "Kauai: Ancient Place-Names and
Their Stories" University of Hawai'i Press, 1998.
Frederick B. Wichman, "The Place Names of Puna"
Notes at the Kauai Historical Society
Carol Wilcox, Sugar Water Honolulu: University
of Hawaii Press, 1996.
ArcView is free from
esri.com. Layers for ArcView are available from the Hawai'i
State Planning Office:
Kauai General Map Module
Department of Aquatic Resources has an excellent site
about Hawaiian streams.
Ho'okipa Networks Virtual
Taro Patch is the premier Kaua'i web site for information
about the land, water, ahupua'a, and culture - in fact, everything
about Kaua'i that you want to know.
Indigenous geography is the realm of Pacific World's site
by RDK Herman. Check out Pacific
World's home page for other indigenous geography educational