Hawai'i: A World Apart

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1. Instructions

1.1. Click on the "bullseye" icon next to a topic to open things up; click on the link icons to link to other maps, topics, and multimedia; read the map from top to bottom, and from left to right. Wander and wonder!

2. Google

2.1. Google Scholar

3. Start Here: Aspects

3.1. Google Translate

3.2. timeline: history of Hawaii

3.3. color coding

3.3.1. main points

3.3.2. proper nouns

3.3.3. places

3.3.4. timeframe

3.3.5. insights

3.4. overview of history

3.4.1. Art Gallery

3.4.1.1. John Melville Kelly

3.4.2. history

3.4.2.1. begins...

3.4.2.1.1. sometime in 800 CE

3.4.2.2. Tahitian explorers

3.4.2.2.1. find and begin settling...

3.4.3. origins

3.4.3.1. Captain James Cook

3.4.3.1.1. arrives in the...

3.4.3.1.2. European military technology

3.4.3.1.3. "A hikapalale, hinolue o walawasla ki poha."

3.4.4. Kingdom of Hawai'i

3.4.4.1. Kamehameha I

3.4.4.1.1. conquers...

3.4.4.1.2. American immigration

3.4.4.2. Kamehameha II

3.4.4.3. Kamehameha III

3.4.4.4. Kamehameha IV

3.4.4.5. King David Kalākaua

3.4.4.5.1. prosperous and important for...

3.4.4.5.2. plantation farming for sugar

3.4.4.5.3. immigrants

3.4.4.5.4. native population

3.4.4.5.5. Americans

3.4.4.5.6. Bayonet Constitution

3.4.4.6. Queen Lili'u'okalani

3.4.4.6.1. attempts to restore...

3.4.4.6.2. is...

3.4.4.7. Google

3.4.4.7.1. Google Scholar

3.4.4.8. Bing Images

3.4.4.9. Bing Videos

3.4.4.10. AskJeeves

3.4.4.11. DuckDuckGo

3.4.5. Republic of Hawaii

3.4.5.1. Harry Wishard

3.4.5.2. Art Gallery

3.4.5.3. is...

3.4.5.3.1. formed for a...

3.4.5.4. Google

3.4.5.4.1. Google Scholar

3.4.5.5. Bing Images

3.4.5.6. Bing Videos

3.4.5.7. AskJeeves

3.4.5.8. DuckDuckGo

3.4.6. Territory of Hawaii

3.4.6.1. Pres. William McKinley

3.4.6.1.1. March, 1897

3.4.6.1.2. Republican expansionist

3.4.6.1.3. succeeds...

3.4.6.1.4. prepares...

3.4.6.1.5. joint resolution to...

3.4.6.1.6. war with...

3.4.6.1.7. Japan

3.4.6.1.8. Hawaiian Organic Act

3.4.6.1.9. appoints...

3.4.6.1.10. Aia i ka opua ke ola: he ola nui, he ola laula, he ola hohonu, he ola ki'eki'e. "Life is in the clouds: great life, broad life, deep life, elevated life."

3.4.7. statehood

3.4.7.1. the islands

3.4.7.1.1. become...

3.5. society

3.5.1. Art Gallery

3.5.1.1. Danny Braddix

3.5.1.2. Arman Manookian

3.5.2. origins

3.5.3. aikāne

3.5.4. ahupuaʻa

3.5.5. konohiki

3.5.6. what ails us

3.5.6.1. crystal meth

3.5.6.1.1. Stories

3.5.7. Google

3.5.7.1. Google Scholar

3.5.8. Bing Images

3.5.9. Bing Videos

3.5.10. AskJeeves

3.5.11. DuckDuckGo

3.6. culture

3.6.1. Look What's Coming

3.6.1.1. Icons

3.6.1.1.1. "Why Does It Take Five Years for Mosquitoes to Stop Biting You?"

3.6.1.1.2. "Herding Mackerel with a Barracuda"

3.6.1.1.3. "The Sweet Sap of Mango Season"

3.6.1.1.4. "Chicken Wire Meat: The Best Part of the Pig"

3.6.1.1.5. "Alae Red Dirt and Other Kahuna Stuffs"

3.6.1.1.6. "Mynahs: Birds with Attitude"

3.6.1.1.7. "Homemade is Hands Down Da Bes’: Hawai’i’s Iron-Bottom Moonshine"

3.6.1.1.8. "Tigah Lilly: The Meanest Pit Bull of All"

3.6.1.1.9. "Stalking the Great White Shark of Ni’ihau"

3.6.1.1.10. "Shiokara: Fish Gill Chutney"

3.6.1.2. Stuffs

3.6.1.2.1. "Midnight at the Awa Café"

3.6.1.2.2. "Bottling the Wellsprings of Mauna Loa"

3.6.1.2.3. "Worker’s Paradise: Minimum Wage Family"

3.6.1.2.4. "Big Island-Grown: Coffee to Die For, Ka’u Cacao, and an Orange Only a Mother Could Love"

3.6.1.2.5. "Why is Stuff Grown on Maui 'Better Than Sex?'"

3.6.1.2.6. "Mega Malls, Designer Brand Madness, and Japanese Shopping Tours: Hawai’i As Retail Paradise"

3.6.1.2.7. "Early Morning at the Fish Auction"

3.6.1.2.8. "Jerky from the Master Marlin Smoker"

3.6.1.2.9. "Outer-Island but Other-Worldly Goodies"

3.6.1.2.10. "Bed & Breakfast in the Valley of Birdsong and Rainbows"

3.6.1.2.11. "Orchids: Growing Jewelry in the Greenhouse"

3.6.1.2.12. "See-Through and Softly Glowing: Hawaiian Hardwood Bowls"

3.6.1.2.13. "Hawaiian Quilts: Patchwork of Aloha"

3.6.1.2.14. "Fishing Lures: The Bizarre, the Grotesque, and the Merely Outlandish"

3.6.1.2.15. "Ancient Healing in New Bottles: Noni Juice and Kukui Oil"

3.6.1.2.16. "Hawaiian Salt: Savor of the Sea"

3.6.1.2.17. "The Haunting Beauty of Black Pearls"

3.6.1.2.18. "Tokyo-Grade Sashimi (If Can Find!)"

3.6.1.2.19. "More Precious than Gold: Island Classics in Silver"

3.6.1.2.20. "Miso Maker: Aromatic Alchemy of the Soybean"

3.6.1.2.21. "Gourmet’s Guide to Poi: The 330 Varieties of the Taro of Yore"

3.6.1.2.22. "Chili Peppah Water Gone Up-Market"

3.6.1.2.23. "Who Comes Up With This Stuff?: The Schlockiest Trinkets in Waikiki"

3.6.1.2.24. "Waialua and the Death of Sugar"

3.6.1.2.25. "The Last Mom n’ Pop Store"

3.6.1.2.26. "Sumida Farm: Growing Watercress in the Heart of the American Dream"

3.6.1.2.27. "In the Key of Sweet Soulfulness: Ukulele and Steel Guitar"

3.6.1.3. Folks

3.6.1.3.1. "K-Bar Girls: Their Stories Would Amaze You"

3.6.1.3.2. "The Queer World of a Chinatown Mahu"

3.6.1.3.3. "King of the Beach Boys"

3.6.1.3.4. "What It’s Really Like to be Homeless in Hawai'i"

3.6.1.3.5. "Interview With a Waikiki Hooker"

3.6.1.3.6. "The Gentlemanly Confidences of a Ko’ele Concierge"

3.6.1.3.7. "The Less-than-Legitimate Lifestyle of a Pakalolo Farmer"

3.6.1.3.8. "In Exile: Local Folks on the Mainland"

3.6.1.3.9. "Beyond Halawa: Locals in Texas Prisons"

3.6.1.3.10. "The Tall Tales of Uncle Herman, the Last Kahuna"

3.6.1.4. Sense of Place

3.6.1.4.1. "Moloka’i: The Last Hawaiian Place"

3.6.1.4.2. "The Very Last Hawaiian Place: Mokuleia Roadside Camp"

3.6.1.4.3. "Makua: A Different Kind of Beach"

3.6.1.4.4. "Cane Cutter Camp: Fighting Cock Come Chicken Adobo"

3.6.1.4.5. "Kalihi Ilikai: Life in the Projects"

3.6.1.4.6. "Waimanalo: There but for Ewa Went Our Second City"

3.6.1.4.7. "The Gritty Tropical Town of Hilo"

3.6.1.4.8. "Down Home on the South Kona Coffee Farm"

3.6.1.4.9. "They Took No Prisoners: Death of Plantation Life on Lana’i"

3.6.1.4.10. "Our Japanese Expatriate Community in Kahala"

3.6.1.4.11. "Hotel Street’s Grottiest Dives"

3.6.1.4.12. "A Connoisseur of Beach Litter"

3.6.1.4.13. "At the Summit of Ka’ala, the Fragrant One"

3.6.1.4.14. "The Wettest Place on Earth: A Week in the Alaka’i Swamp"

3.6.1.4.15. "Waiahole Water: To Slake the Soul of a Valley"

3.6.1.5. Phenomena

3.6.1.5.1. "Wretched Excess: The Rise and Fall of Christopher B. Hemmeter"

3.6.1.5.2. "UnReal Estate"

3.6.1.5.3. "Paleo-Hippies in Waikiki"

3.6.1.5.4. "Fantasy Island: Big Island Mega-Resorts"

3.6.1.5.5. "They Want to Build a Carnival on the North Shore"

3.6.1.5.6. "The Glory Era: Japanese Trophy Real Estate Hunting"

3.6.1.5.7. "Batu: Hawai’i’s New Ice Age"

3.6.1.5.8. "Hawai’i through the Eyes of the Tourist Media"

3.6.1.5.9. "Hawaii’s Wackiest Development Schemes"

3.6.1.6. Things Hawaiian

3.6.1.6.1. "As Tutu Tells It: Oral Histories"

3.6.1.6.2. "Inside Bumpy’s Village"

3.6.1.6.3. "The Healing Muck of the Lo’i"

3.6.1.6.4. "The Ogo Wars"

3.6.1.6.5. "Hawaiian Style at the Ala Moana Farmers Market"

3.6.1.6.6. "Wellsprings of a Different Economy: The Fishponds of Moloka’i"

3.6.1.6.7. "Hawaiian-Style in Island Architecture"

3.6.1.6.8. "The Night Rainbow and Other Metaphysical Perspectives"

3.6.1.6.9. "Hawaiian Time: Once Upon a Time in a World Without Clocks"

3.6.1.6.10. "Miloli’i: Fishing Hamlet"

3.6.1.6.11. "Mokua’a: Islands in the Supersonic Slipstream"

3.6.1.6.12. "Urban Shaman"

3.6.1.6.13. "Land as Legend: The Hidden Meanings of Place"

3.6.1.6.14. "Makua: A Very Different Kind of Beach"

3.6.1.6.15. "Kualoa: O’ahu’s Most Sacred Place"

3.6.1.6.16. "Hunting Pig in Haleakala’s Rain Forest"

3.6.1.7. Ideas

3.6.1.7.1. "The Light of Knowledge is the Gleam of Gold: Creating a Knowledge-Based Economy in Hawai’i"

3.6.1.7.2. "Unraveling the Gordian Knot of Gridlock"

3.6.1.7.3. "Restoring a Hawaiian Sense of Place to Local Architecture"

3.6.1.7.4. "Island-Style Products in World Markets"

3.6.1.7.5. "Is There Room for the Traditional Hawaiian Way of Life in Hawai’i?"

3.7. religion

3.8. power

3.8.1. early Hawaii

3.8.2. Kingdom of Hawai'i

3.8.3. modern Hawai'i

3.8.3.1. attack on Pearl Harbor

3.8.3.2. Democratic Party

3.8.3.3. statehood

3.8.3.4. sovereignty movement

3.8.4. Google

3.8.4.1. Google Scholar

3.8.5. Bing Images

3.8.6. Bing Videos

3.8.7. AskJeeves

3.8.8. DuckDuckGo

3.9. economy

3.9.1. progression of industries

3.9.1.1. whaling

3.9.1.1.1. Art Gallery

3.9.1.2. sandalwood

3.9.1.3. sugar

3.9.1.3.1. plantation era

3.9.1.4. development

3.9.1.4.1. Stories

3.9.1.4.2. Aia keke na hulu o ka umauma ho'i ke kolea i Kahiki e hana ai. "When the feathers on the breast darken (because of fatness), the plover goes back to Kahiki to breed."

3.9.1.5. tourism

3.9.1.5.1. Stories

3.9.1.6. retailing

3.9.1.6.1. Stories

3.9.1.7. fishing

3.9.1.7.1. Stories

3.9.1.8. local-style products

3.9.1.8.1. Stuffs

3.9.1.8.2. Stories

3.9.2. Google

3.9.2.1. Google Scholar

3.9.3. Bing Images

3.9.4. Bing Videos

3.9.5. AskJeeves

3.9.6. DuckDuckGo

4. Bing Images

5. AskJeeves

6. DuckDuckGo

7. Bing Videos

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