This guide is based on a cheat sheet compiled by Joan Hori.
The following sources are far more thorough:
Knight, Cynthia D. Foreigners' Observations of Hawaii in the Early 1820s: A Selected Bibliography and Index to Journal Accounts. 1987.
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Judd, Bernice and Helen Yonge Lind. Voyages to Hawaii Before 1860. Rev. ed. Honolulu: Hawaiian Mission Children's Society, 1974.
Fitzpatrick, Norman. Annotated Chronological Bibliography of Voyaging Journals Referring to the Sandwich Islands Between 1786 and 1819. 1987.
Z4708 .A4 F58 1987
Forbes, David. Hawaiian National Bibliography, 1780-1900. Honolulu: University of Hawaiʻi Press, 1999 - .
In four volumes: Vol. 1. 1780-1830 -- v. 2. 1831-1850 -- v. 3. 1851-1880 -- v. 4. 1881-1900.
Use the indexes to find writings and accounts by specific names and topic.
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W.D. Alexander's A Brief History of the Hawaiian People in part uses the arrival of foreign visitors to Hawaiʻi as touchstones in its narrative.
The Wikipedia page for European and American voyages of scientific exploration lists the explorers by the name of their ships. A word search through the page will identify some of the Hawaiʻi arrivals.
Go to the catalog Hawaiʻi Voyager to find other titles.
Basic Search/Subject Browse:
Hawaii discovery and exploration
Basic Search/Boolean Keyword:
"voyages around the world" and Hawaii
(In this search, search results appear in reverse chronological order. Go to the last pages to find the early accounts.)