This guide looks only at those works which were published. Pukui worked on many manusripts and translations, many of which are unpublished and held at the Bishop Museum. While there are many works in which Pukui was an informant or where her translations were used, I have limited this bibliography to her work as author, co-author, or translator.
I am grateful for, and relied on, two bibliographies of Pukui's publications. One was prepared by Rubellite Kawena Johnson and the other by The Committee for the Preservation and Study of Hawaiian Language, Art, and Culture. These bibliographies informed me of gaps in my searches and were a useful map to Pukuiʻs work. With out their hard work this would not have been posssible.
The guide is intended for those students and researchers who want to know more about Tūtū Pukui and the work she did. Also, because so much of her work touches upon large aspects of Hawaiian studies and Hawaiian culture, it is for students and researchers in those areas. Listed below are related subjects to the works listed.
The entries are arranged by decade of publication and are listed from oldest to most recent. The majority of entires have links to item records in the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa's library catalog.
Subjects Related to the Lib Guide:
Birthing Customs and Practices
Fish and Fishing Practices
Food Preperation and Customs
Hawaiian Legends and Mythology
Proverbs and Sayings
This bibliography was written by D. Kealiʻi MacKenzie. It was originally compiled as a project for Hawaiian Studies 203: Review of Hawaiian Literature, in Spring 2011, as such it was completed in April of that year. Kealiʻi deposited the content of the bibliography in to this guide, and allowed the UHM Library to continue to make this content available to the public. Questions or comments may be directed to Dore Minatodani, at firstname.lastname@example.org, or (808) 956-2852.