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Sites of Oahu
Check the Table of Contents for the Ahupuaa or District, then the specific place.
Hānau ka ua : Hawaiian rain names by
Call Number: PL6449 .A43 2015
Publication Date: 2015
Let your instructor or I know if you'd like us to look up a rain connected to a specific place, we're happy to send you that information.
Manoa: The Story of a Valley
Book available through HathiTrust ETAS. Click the "Login" button in the top right corner and search for University of Hawaii. That should allow you access to the full document. You may need to "check out" the book for full access.
Hawaiian Journal of History
The Hawaiian Journal of History is freely available here up to the 2017 issue. Use the search box on the right side of the page.
When I searched for KAIMUKI, I found this article "Kaimuki" by John Takasaki vol. 10 (1976), that describes how the area got its name and what was there in ancient times, https://evols.library.manoa.hawaii.edu/bitstream/10524/546/2/JL10072.pdf