There are a number of oral histories available online either as transcripts and/or as video and audio recordings.
Bishop Museum Library & Archives
Mary Kawena Pukui did extensive ethnographic interviews with kūpuna across the pae ʻāina in the 1950s-1970s. The names of interviewees and the topics discussed are searchable in the Bishop Museum's archive catalog. Note, these recordings are only accessible in person to listen to at the Bishop Museum's Archives. Their archives also has an extensive collection of recordings with many individuals from as early as the 1900s. One notable collection that is also searchable in the archives catalog is the Helen Roberts collection. She was ethnomusicologist who came to Hawaiʻi in the 1920s to do field work recording and collecting mele that was sponsored by the Territory of Hawaiʻi's Hawaiian Legends and Folklore Commission. Selections from this collection of music were published in the book Nā Mele Welo Songs of Our Heritage: Selections from the Roberts Mele Collection in Bishop Museum, Honolulu.
The Hawaiian Collection has many published transcripts of oral histories. To find these, do an ADVANCED search in OneSearch for oral histor* AND hawaii. Then limit the results to "Held by library" and filter "by Creator" to pick and choose which ones you want since you will see lots of oral histories from the Center for Oral History and Kumu Pono Associates that are already available online. The Hawaiian Collection also has many video recordings. To find these, do an ADVANCED search in OneSearch for last name of family member, then filter by "Videos". Below is a small selection of oral history transcripts still in print that you can find using OneSearch.
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