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THE WRITTEN RECORD OF HAWAII'S WOMEN:
An Annotated Guide to Sources of Information in Hawaii

RESOURCES

Books, Reports, Theses, Papers and Articles
From The Hawaiian Journal of History

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M | N | O | P | R | S | T | U | V | W | Y | Z |

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Abramson, Joan. Sex and the Ph.D. in the UH College of Arts and Sciences. Honolulu: 1972. 6 leaves.

Brief report on University of Hawaii at Manoa; mainly statistical tables and graphs.

 

__________, and Norman Abramson. The Invisible Woman: Discrimination in the Academic Profession. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 1975. xii, 248 p.

Account by former director of New College and chairman of the Faculty Senate at the University of Hawaii at Manoa in the 1970s who claims she was denied tenure. Written to guide administrators to recognize discrimination and to correct such situations.

 

[Affirmative Action Plan].
Each Hawaii state department and many institutions and organizations have affirmative action plans that include women. Only the Hawaii Dept. of Education and the University of Hawaii, two agencies with women educators, and the Governor's Office and the City and County of Honolulu are included in this bibliography.

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Hawaii. Dept. of Education. Management Audit & Civil Rights Branch. Affirmative Action Plan, Department of Education, State of Hawaii. Honolulu: The Dept., 1984. 1 v. (various pagings). Kept up to date by supplements.

 

__________. Personnel Management, Certification and Development Branch. Department of Education, State of Hawaii, Affirmative Action Plan for Women, July 1, 1976 to September 30, 1977. Honolulu: The Office, 1976. 23 p.

 

Hawaii. Legislature. Office of the Legislative Auditor. Review of Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action at the University of Hawaii : a Report to the Governor and the Legislature of the State of Hawaii. Report no. 91-13. Honolulu: The Auditor, 1991. vi, 43 p.

 

Hawaii. Office of the Governor. State of Hawaii Affirmative Action Plan. "Prepared by Patricia K. Brandt, coordinator, Office of Affirmative Action, with the assistance of Leinaala Dunaway...[et al]". Honolulu: The Office, 1980. 92, [74] p.

 

Honolulu. Dept. of Civil Service. Equal Employment Opportunity Affirmative Action Handbook. Honolulu: The Dept., 1976. vii, 438 p.

 

University of Hawaii at Manoa. Affirmative Action Plan. Honolulu: The University, 1 v. (looseleaf). 1973, 1986 - . Currently an annual.

 

University of Hawaii (System). Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action Office. University of Hawaii Affirmative Action Plans. 1978? 1 v. (various pagings).

Plans for each college in University of Hawaii system.

 

Alama, Jerald Kimo. Wahine Holo Lio = "Women on Horseback." Honolulu, 1986. 29 [8] leaves. Text in English and Hawaiian.

History of Native Hawaiian women and horseback riding, including clothing worn by pa'u (women's western riding skirt outfit) riders. Includes chants and black and white photocopies of illustrations.

 

Allen, Gwenfread Elaine. Bridge Builders: the Story of Theodore and Mary Atherton Richards. Honolulu: Hawaii Conference Foundation, 1970. 260 p.

Biography of missionary wife, 1869-1951.

 

__________. Kaahumanu and Her Relations with the American Missionaries. Honolulu, 1924. 48 leaves.

Paper on Ka'ahumanu (died 1832), favorite wife of Kamehameha I.

 

Allen, Helena G. Betrayal of Liliuokalani, Last Queen of Hawaii, 1838-1917. Honolulu: Mutual Publishing, [1991]. 432 p. Originally published in 1982.

Important work on Hawaiian history, detailing the usurpation of Hawaii from the Native Hawaiians in 1893. Captures Hawaii during her lifetime.

 

Anderson, Earlie Bridges. "The Life-History Correlates, Work-Related Motivational Characteristics, and Role-Identification Factors of On-Site Women Administrators in Hawaiian Public Schools." Ed.D. dissertation (Education), University of Southern California, 1977. v, 123 leaves.

Dissertation analyzes responses of twenty-seven women school principals to a questionnaire to determine common characteristics of education, motivation, career role perceptions, and experiences of sexual discrimination.

 

Anderson, Rufus. Kapiolani, the Heroine of Hawaii; or, a Triumph of Grace at the Sandwich Islands. Originally published in Hours at Home, May 1866. New York: Scribners, 1866.††† 8 p.

Account of Chiefess Kapi'olani (1781-1841) and her disregarding the Hawaiian goddess, Pele, in a visit to the volcano, and her adoption of Christianity.

 

Aoki, Sophie Ann. Out of the Cage, Women Emerging. Edited by Judy Robinson Parrish and Nancy Foon Young. Honolulu: Educational Foundations, University of Hawaii, 1976. iv, 48 p.

Discusses problems of women in Hawaii and their fight for equal rights. Includes black and white photographs.

 

Archibald Cleghorn: Governor of O'ahu Hawaii, Husband of Princess Likelike, Father of Princess Victoria Kaiulani. [s.l.: s.n., 19--]. 6 leaves. Text in English and Hawaiian.

Short articles on Ka'iulani (1875-1899) and her mother, Miriam Likelike (1851-1887) includes song (1893) by Ellen K. Prendergast about Ka'iulani, translated into English from Hawaiian. Includes one chant on Ka'iulani, and numerous black and white photographs.

 

Ariyoshi, Rita. Hula is Life: the Story of Halau Hula o Maiki. With excerpts from the unpublished writings of Maiki Aiu ; edited by Lee Puakeala Mann. Honolulu: Maiki Aiu Building Corp., 1998. 129 p.

Biography of Native Hawaiian kumu hula Maiki Aiu (1925-1984), a major figure in the "Hawaiian Renaissance." Includes many black and white photographs.

 

Artists of Hawaii. Photographs by Francis Haar. Vol. 1 Interviews by Prithwish Neogy, with an introduction by Jean Charlot. Vol. 2 Photographs and interviews by Francis Haar. Edited by Murray Turnbull. Honolulu: University Press of Hawaii, 1974, 1977. 2 v.

Presents the works of contemporary artists, including twelve women and their contributions to the world of art. Includes short biographical sketches. Vol.1: Juliette May Fraser, Sueko M. Kimura, Shirley Russell, Madge Tennent, Tseng Yu-ho (Betty Ecke). Vol. 2: Ruthadell Anderson, Pegge Hopper, Erica Karawina, Alice Kagawa Parrott, Toshiko Takaezu. Illustrations in black and white and in color.

 

Asato, Laureen R. "Coverture, the Right to Contract, and the Status of Women in Hawaii: Pre-Contact to 1888." M.A. thesis (Sociology), University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1981. vii, 107 leaves.

Master's thesis on 1846 law which restricted women's ability to make contracts, its enforcement, and effects on status of women in Hawaii. Illustrations in black and white and in color.

 

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Baker, Ray Jerome. Princess Kaiulani: a Brief Biographical Sketch of Hawaii's Beloved Princess. Honolulu, R.J. Baker, 1954. 1 v.

Pictorial study, with two-page biography of young heiress (1875-1899) to the Hawaiian throne who died at age twenty-three. Includes black and white photographs.

 

Beamer, Helen Desha. Songs of Helen Desha Beamer. Edited by Marmionett M. Kaaihue. Honolulu: Abigail K. Kawananakoa Foundation, 1991. xii, 115 p.

Biographical sketch of noted Native Hawaiian composer (1881-1952) is included. Many of the songs (lyrics and music), which include those of her family, have notes about the songs; black and white photographs.

 

Beamer, Winona. Na Hula o Hawaii , the Songs and Dances of the Beamer Family. Edited by Murry Engle. Musical notations by Zillah S. Young, Kalehuamakanoe Harvard, Carol A. Jenkins. Hawaiian bicentennial library no. 5. Honolulu: Island Heritage, 1976. 196 p.

Recounts childhood of Native Hawaiian hula teaching author (born 1923), her parents and sons, and includes information on hula and Hawaiian culture. Includes black and white and color photographs.

 

[Beauty and Scholarship Pageant Programs].
There are published programs for a variety of beauty and scholarship pageants. They include: Miss Hawaii, Mrs. Hawaii, Cherry Blossom (Japanese women), Miss Chinatown, Narcissus (Chinese women), several for Filipino women, and others for teenagers.

 

Beckwith, Martha Warren. Hawaiian Mythology. With a new introduction by Katharine Luomala. Honolulu, University Press of Hawaii, 1970. 575 p. Originally published in 1940.

Biographical sketch of the author (1871-1959), an anthropologist, included in the introduction.

 

Bego, Mark. Bette Midler Outrageously Divine: an Unauthorized Biography. New York: New American Library, 1987. 190 p. plus [8 pages of plates]

Biography of Hollywood film and network television entertainer born (1945) and raised in Hawaii and her early interest in acting.

 

Bellerose, Albert J. Princess Ka'iulani: Color Me Hawaii. Honolulu: Bess Press, 1990. 128 p.

Coloring book format of black and white drawings with captions on many pages narrating life of the young heiress (1875-1899) to the Hawaiian throne who died at age twenty-three.

 

Benton, Russell E. Emma Naea Rooke (1836-1885), Beloved Queen of Hawaii. Mellen studies in history, v. 5. Lewiston, N.Y.: Edwin Mellen Press, 1988. 65 p., i-v.

Biography of the wife (1836-1885) of Kamehameha IV (Alexander Liholiho).

 

Bishop, Bernice Pauahi. A Report of Voyages to and Travels on Hawaii, Maui, and Molokai Undertaken by the Students of The Chief's Children's School in the Summer of 1846. "Published in commemoration of the 150th anniversary of the birth of Princess Bernice Pauahi Bishop (December 19, 1831-October 16, 1884)". Honolulu: Bishop Museum Press, 1981. 15 p.

"Primarily a transcription of a diary kept by Bernice Pauahi Bishop of travels taken in 1846." Includes a daguerreotype of Pauahi taken in 1847 at age fifteen.

 

Black, Cobey, and Kathleen Dickenson Mellen. Princess Pauahi Bishop and Her Legacy. Honolulu: Kamehameha Schools, 1965. 172 p.

Commemorates 75th anniversary of the Kamehameha Schools endowed by Bernice Pauahi Bishop (1831-1884). Includes black and white photographs and illustrations.

 

Blair, Robert Chad. "Democracy in Hawaii: Class, Race, and Gender in Local Politics." Ph.D. dissertation (American Studies), University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1996. 2 vols.

Dissertation on various factors in creating a highly socially stratified Hawaii.

 

Blascoer, Frances. The Industrial Condition of Women and Girls in Honolulu; a Social Study. Honolulu social survey; 1st study. Prepared for the Board of Trustees of the Kaiulani Home for Young Women and Girls. Honolulu: Paradise of the Pacific Printers, 1912. 99, [1] p.

Report on working and housing conditions of female workers in various occupations. includes some ethnic information.

 

Boren, Denise M. "Value Orientations, Barriers and Benefits, and Cardiovascular Disease Risk in Young Filipino Women." M.S. thesis (Nursing), University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1994. x, 144 leaves.

Master's thesis examines attitudes of 61 Filipina immigrant women toward heart disease.

 

Boro, Hardy. Three Hawaiian Women Writers. 1993. 38 leaves.

Paper on contemporary literary authors, Leialoha Apo Perkins, Puanani Burgess and Mahealani Kamauu.

 

Botorff, Bruce P. "Continuity and Change: a History of the YWCA of Honolulu 1900-1945." Ph.D. dissertation (American Studies), University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1999. vi, 259 p.

Dissertation on role of Y.W.C.A. (Young Women's Christian Association) in education and socialization of Asian women in an institution founded and for many years dominated by missionary descendants.

 

Bouslog, Charles S., "Doctor Auguste Jean Baptiste and Evelyn Oliver Marques," Hawaiian Journal of History, v. 26, 1992. pp. 157-164.

Article on a Portuguese physician (1841-1929) of Honolulu and his Canadian-born wife (1863-1937) of Honolulu.

 

Boutelle, Sara Holmes. Julia Morgan, Architect. Photographs by Richard Barnes. Rev. and enlarged ed. New York: Abbeville Press, 1995. 271 p. Originally published in 1988.

The work of prominent California architect (1872-1957) includes Y.W.C.A. (Young Women's Christian Association) building in Honolulu built in the late 1920s. Includes black and white photographs and floor plan of the building still in use today.

 

Breitha, Olivia Robello. Olivia: My Life of Exile in Kalaupapa. Honolulu: Arizona Memorial Museum Association. 1988. vii, 104 p.

Autobiography of a Native Hawaiian woman who at age nineteen in 1937 was sent to the Hansen's disease settlement on Moloka'i where she has lived for over 45 years. Includes black and white photographs.

 

Brewster, Mary. "She Was a Sister Sailor": the Whaling Journals of Mary Brewster, 1845-1851. Edited by Joan Druett. Mystic, CT: Mystic Seaport Museum, 1992. xx, 449 p.

Based on the diaries of a woman who accompanied her husband on two whaling voyages. Includes observances of Hawaii. Includes black and white photographs and illustrations.

 

Broussard, Albert S. African American Odyssey: the Stewarts, 1853-1963. Lawrence: University Press of Kansas, 1998. x, 244 p.

Two chapters on this African American family are on Carlotta Stewart, teacher and principal, who lived in Hawaii , 1898-1952. Includes black and white photographs.

 

__________. Carlotta Stewart and the Search for the Black Past in Hawaii. Honolulu: A.S. Broussard, 1989. 24 leaves.

Paper on the African American educator.

 

__________. "Carlotta Stewart Lai, a Black Teacher in the Territory of Hawaii." Hawaiian Journal of History, v.24, 1990. pp. 129-154.

Article on the African American educator who married Yuen Tim Lai of Kaua'i, a Chinese, in 1916.

 

__________. "Carlotta Stewart Lai and Black-Hawaiian Relations: a Case Study of a Black Teacher in Hawaii." Honolulu, 1990. 27 leaves.

Paper on the African American educator and race relations in the islands.

 

Burns, Irma Gerner. Maui's Mittee and the General; a Glimpse into the Lives of Mr. Baldwin and Mrs. Frank Fowler Baldwin. Honolulu: Ku Paya, Inc., 1991. 170 p.

Harriet "Mittee" Kittredge Baldwin was the wife of the plantation manager at Hawaiian Commercial and Sugar [Plantation] Co., Pu'unene, Maui in the first half of the twentieth century. Includes history of the Baldwin family. Includes black and white photographs.

 

Byrne, Leelanganie Sita Nissanka. "Personal and Social Factors as Predictors of Breast Cancer Detection Practices of Women in Four Ethnic Groups in Hawaii." D.P.H. dissertation (Public Health), University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1986. xi, 152 leaves.

Dissertation on breast cancer among Caucasian, Japanese, Hawaiian/part-Hawaiian and Filipino women.

 

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Calhoun, Avery J. "Correctional Worker Risk for Perpetrating Sexual Abuse of Female Inmates." Ph.D. dissertation (Social Welfare), University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1996. xi, 155 leaves.

Dissertation on correctional workers, sexual abuse, and need for social worker intervention.

 

Campbell, Susan M. "The Ladies of Honolulu: 1850-1900." M.A. thesis (American Studies), University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1982. 80 leaves.

Master's thesis; Caucasian women, "ladies of leisure" by virtue of their social and economic position, are revealed through their diaries, journals, and letters. Public documents, writings by clergy, and newspaper reports of social activities and business connections of their men reveal the separate culture of these women within their male-dominated world. The population of this class of women grew from less than 300 in 1853 to about 1,000 in 1899.

 

Carter, Sybil Augusta Judd. Kaahumanu, a Memorial. Prepared ... and Read Before the Woman's Board of Missions for the Pacific Islands, December 6, 1892. Honolulu: Robert Grieve, 1899. 34 p.

Short biography of the early Hawaiian Kingdom's powerful queen (died 1832), and the strong character of Kamehameha I's favorite wife.

 

Casey, Rebecca. "Mentoring for Junior Faculty Women: Analyzing Relationships that Support Personal Development and Professional Socialization." M.Ed. thesis (Educational Administration), University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1995. vi, 129 leaves.

Master's thesis on multiple year mentoring program at the University of Hawaii, based on interviews of new junior faculty in 1995.

 

Castle, Alfred L. "Harriet Castle and the Beginnings of Progressive Kindergarten Education in Hawaii, 1894-1900." Hawaiian Journal of History, v.23, 1989. pp.119-136.

Article on Harriet Castle who introduced John Dewey's ideas in Hawaii and her impact on teaching practices of kindergartens in Honolulu from 1894 to 1900.

 

Cayaban, Ines V. Goodly Heritage. Hong Kong: Gulliver Books, 1981. 151 p.

Autobiography of a Filipina nurse, a pioneer in public health who came to Hawaii in 1931, worked at Palama Settlement in Honolulu and who promoted Filipino dance and culture. Includes black and white photographs.

 

__________. Ines Cayaban: a Life History: As Told to Yvonne Yarber. Honolulu: Hawaii Dept. of Education, 1991. xi, 44 p.

Pictorial autobiography of black and white photographs of a Filipina nurse.

 

Central Intermediate School, Honolulu. The Past in Review: a History of Central Intermediate School: "A publication in commemoration of our Nation's bicentennial celebration." Honolulu: Central Intermediate School, 1976. [30] leaves.

Includes biographical sketch of Princess Ruth Ke'elikolani (1826-1883) whose home is now the site of the school. Includes black and white photographs.

 

Chadwin, Dean. WahineBall: The Story of Hawaii's Most Beloved Team. Honolulu: Mutual Publishing, 1997. xviii, 188 p., [16] p. of plates.

Chronicles the successful years of the University of Hawaii at Manoa's volleyball team, Na Wahine, in the mid 1990s. Includes black and white photographs.

 

Chang, Deanna Bau Kung. "The Conversion of a Violated Self: a Battered Woman's Process of Becoming a Self-Saver." Ph.D. dissertation (Sociology), University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1996. xvi, 295 leaves.

Dissertation examines self-saving processes of abused women.

 

__________. "The Feminization of University of Hawaii Faculty Wives." M.A. thesis (Sociology), University of Hawaii, 1973. vi, 154 leaves.

Master's thesis based on response to a questionnaire, the study notes correlations between attitudes toward division of labor in the home and involvement in activities aiming at sex inequities; attitude toward women's prestige, political power, and achievement in America and involvement in feminist activities; relationship between experience with discrimination and feminist activities; political liberal or conservative orientation and participation in feminist activities. Breakdown and analysis are by age, ethnicity, and education.

 

Chapin, Helen Geracimos. "From Sparta to Spencer Street: Greek Women in Hawaii." Hawaiian Journal of History, v.13, 1979. pp. l36-156.

Article on twelve Greek women who emigrated between 1903 and 1940: Valentine Souslides Anastasopulos, Julia Theophiles Anastasopulos, Aphrodite Coumandarkis Chrones, Poppy Geracimos Detor, Pota Demetrak Geracimos Jardine, Urania Souslides Giavis Michopulos, Athena Geracimos Lycurgus, Joan Maggioros Triandafyllides, Catherine (Kay) Maggioros Negrin, Despina Aslani Psalti, Julia Constantopoulos Sideris Jones, Coralia Psalti Souslides.

 

__________ and David W. Forbes. "The Folio of 1855 -a Plea for Women's Rights." Hawaiian Journal of History, v. 19, 1985. pp. 122-133.

Article on history of first women's newspaper in Hawaii.

 

Chapman, M. Winslow. "When Halley's Comet Came: Letters of Anne Goodwin Winslow 1908-1911," Hawaiian Journal of History, v. 19, 1985. pp. 149-178.

Article mainly of letters on life in the islands while based in Hawaii with her husband who was with the U.S. Corps of Engineers. Includes first hand account of seeing Halley's Comet in 1910. Includes black and white photographs.

 

Charlot, Jean, The Donald Angus Collection of Oil Paintings by Madge Tennent, Contemporary Arts Center of Hawaii, February 22 to March 15. Honolulu,: 1968, [8] p.

Exhibit catalog includes color and black and white reproductions.

 

Chase, Lida Gazlay. "Differential Sibling Experience and Individual Factors as Determinants of Choice of Traditional Versus Nontraditional Careers by Women." Ph.D. dissertation (Psychology), University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1989. viii, 100 leaves.

Dissertation on students at University of Hawaii at Manoa in 1987 on siblings and career choice.

 

Cheng, Lucie. Those Who Stayed Home: Emigration and the Women of Taishan. Honolulu: s.n., 1988. 20 p. Paper presented at the Conference Lucky Come Hawaii: the Chinese in Hawaii, July 18-21, 1988, East-West Center, Honolulu. 20 p.

Discusses women in China married to immigrants to Hawaii.

 

Chenoweth, Candace A. and Kam Napier. Shuffleboard Pilots: the History of the Women's Air Raid Defense in Hawaii, 1941-1945. Honolulu: Arizona Memorial Museum Association, 1991. 88 p.

History of work and social life of the civilain W.A.R.D. in air raid defense during World War II. Includes black and white photographs.

 

Chesney-Lind, Meda. "Female Juvenile Delinquency in Hawaii." M.A. thesis (Sociology), University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1971. v, 152 leaves.

Master's thesis on demographic characteristics, offense profiles, and treatment of male and female adolescent delinquents during 1929-30, with emphasis on variations in court reactions to females.

 

__________. Guilty by Reason of Sex; Young Women and the Juvenile Justice System. Honolulu: Youth Development and Research Center, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1981. 48 p.

Study of female delinquents and their treatment.

 

__________. "Motherhood as Option or Destiny: Pregnancy Decision-Making Among Childless Women." Ph.D. dissertation (Sociology), University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1977. xii, 299 leaves.

Dissertation analyzes pregnancy decisions of 172 Hawaii women in 1970-71 and compares decision-making behavior of women facing motherhood at a time of legalized abortion.

 

__________. Prisoners in Paradise: Women's Prison Problems in Hawaii. Honolulu: Youth Development and Research Center, University of Hawaii, Report no. 335. 1987. 6 leaves.

Report on conditions of female prisoners.

 

Cheung, Ting Ping, Sharon Okamura, and Diana Underwood. "Prenatal Diagnosis: an Exploratory Attitudinal Study of Women Attending the Rural O'ahu Family Planning Project clinics." M.S.W. (Social Work) project, University of Hawaii, 1978. vi, 127 leaves.

Questionnaire responses from 122 women attending Family Planning Clinics on O'ahu are analyzed by factors such as age, ethnicity, marital status, education, religion, and obstetrical-gynecological experiences to determine attitudes toward prenatal diagnosis and factors which influence these attitudes.

 

Chinen, Joyce N. Cigars and Support Hose: Women and the Multinationals. Honolulu: American Friends Service Committee, Hawaii Area Program Office, 1978. 8, [1] p.

Paper on Dole Pineapple Co. workers and the impact of the global economy in the 1970s.

 

__________. "New Patterns in the Garment Industry: State Intervention, Women and Work in Hawaii." Ph.D. dissertation (Sociology), University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1989. xii, 254 p.

Dissertation of a case study of the garment industry in Hawaii includes the role of women.

 

Chinn, Pauline W.U. "Becoming a Scientist: Narratives of Women Entering Science and Engineering." D. Ed. Dissertation (Curriculum and Instruction), University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1995. vii, 222 leaves.

Dissertation based on interviews includes four Hawaii women engineers identified by first name only of Polynesian or Filipino background.

 

Cleghorn, Archibald Scott. Memorial Volume in Honor of H.R.H. the Princess Miriam Likelike. [s.l.: s.n.], 1887. xiii, 85 p. Text in English and Hawaiian.

Letters of condolence, resolutions, and chants on the death of the mother (1851-1887) of Ka'iulani and sister of Kalakaua and Lili'uokalani. In English and Hawaiian.

 

Collins, Winifred Quick. More Than a Uniform: a Navy Woman in a Navy Man's World. With Herbert M. Levine ; foreword by Arleigh Burke. Denton: University of North Texas Press, 1997. xxiii, 241 p.

Autobiography of a member of the WAVES (Women Accepted for Volunteer Emergency Service (U.S. Navy Women's Reserve) includes brief account of her assignment in Hawaii during World War II.

 

Comstock, Jane. Keopuolani. Honolulu: 1924. Paper, written for History 20, University of Hawaii. 28 leaves.

Paper on Keopuolani (circa 1778-1823), sacred wife of Kamehameha I, and mother of Nahi'ena'ena and Kamehameha II and III.

 

Cooke, Amos Starr. Amos Starr Cooke and Juliette Montague Cooke, Their Autobiographies Gleaned From Their Journals and Letters by Their Grandaughter, Mary Atherton Richards. Honolulu: Daughters of Hawaii, 1987. 602 p.

Includes life of Protestant missionary wife, Juliette Montague Cooke (1812-1896). Includes black and white photographs.

 

Coronation of Their Majesties, the King and Queen of the Hawaiian Islands, at Honolulu, Feb. 12, 1883 [and Unveiling of the Statue of Kamehameha I]. Honolulu: Printed at the Advertiser Steam Printing House, 1883. 24 p. Abridged ed., 1983, 16 p.

Contemporary report on the coronation of King Kalakaua and Queen Kapi'olani.

 

Crane, Cheryl. Detour: a Hollywood Story. By Cheryl Crane with Cliff Jahr. New York, NY: Arbor House/William Morrow, 1988. xi, 334 p.

Autobiography of Hollywood actress Lana Turner's daughter who lived in Hawaii for a short time in the 1980s. Includes black and white photographs.

 

Curtis, Caroline. Builders of Hawaii. Honolulu: Kamehameha Schools Press, 1966. x, 266 p.

Juvenile biographies of significant men and women between 1778-1898, includes Ka'ahumanu, Kapi'olani, Kina'u, Bernice Pauahi Bishop and Lili'uokalani. Includes black and white illustrations.

 

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Damon, Ethel Moseley. David Belden Lyman, Sarah Joiner Lyman, 1832-1932. [s.l.], 1932. [30] p. Later published as Part 2 of The Lymans of Hilo, 1979.

Biography of Sarah Lyman (1805-1885) who with her missionary husband, David, founded and operated the Hilo Boarding School on Hawaii Island.

 

__________. Koamalu: A Story of Pioneers on Kauai, and of What They Built in That Island. Honolulu: Privately printed, 1931. 2 v.

Account of nineteenth century families, the Paul Isenberg family, and the William Harrison and Mary Sophia Hyde Rice family, including two daughters who became prominent in Hawaii's social and cultural life.
SEE Rice Family.

 

__________, ed. Letters From the Life of Abner and Lucy Wilcox, 1836-1869. Privately printed, 1950. 402 p.

Lucy Wilcox, who taught on Kaua'i, was a member of the eighth company of Protestant missionaries who arrived in Honolulu in 1837.

 

Davenport, William H. Pi'o: an Enquiry into the Marriage of Brothers and Sisters and Other Close Relatives in old Hawaii. Lanham, MD: University Press of America, 1994. xii, 91 p.

Discusses traditional "marriage" of Native Hawaiian ali'i (of chiefly rank). Includes list of consanguineous unions.

 

Davidson, Sue. A Heart in Politics: Jeannette Rankin and Patsy T. Mink. Seattle: Seal Press, 1994. Women Who Dared series. vii, 183 p.

Includes political career of Patsy T. Mink (born 1924), first Japanese American woman elected to U.S. House of Representatives, 1965-1976 and again from 1990 to date.

 

De Haven-Jordan, Lisa. "Investigation of Male-Female Differences in a Demographic Study of the Client Population of a Mental Health Clinic." M.S.W. (Social Work) project, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1979. 20 leaves.

Social work paper investigates admissions 18 years old and above to Aiea Counseling Service in 1975 through 1978 on differences between men and women.

 

Delva, Jorge. "Risk for Increased Alcohol and Drug Use and Related Problems Among Female Recipients of Public Assistance." Ph.D. dissertation (Social Welfare), University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1996. xiii, 151 leaves.

Dissertation on factors affecting women receiving public assistance.

 

Des Jarlais, Christine D. "Determinants of Faculty Morale in an American Public Research University: Gender Differences Within and Between Academic Departments." Ed.D. dissertation (Educational Administration), University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1995. xii, 175 leaves.

Dissertation on faculty morale and gender differences at the University of Hawaii at Manoa in the late 1990s.

 

des Marets, Jacquelyn. "Lesbians, Motherhood, and the Courts." M.S.W. (Social Work) project, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1979. v, 69 leaves.

Social work paper includes legal aspects related to Hawaii social workers.

 

Dick-Barnes, Margaret Lilja. "Differences in Maternal Verbalizations and Involvement During Hawaiian Mother-Child Interactions." Ph.D. dissertation, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, 1986. xi, 237 leaves.

Dissertation on Native Hawaiian mothers and their pre-school children.

 

Displaced Homemakers Network. A Status Report on Displaced Homemakers and Single Parents in Hawaii. Honolulu: University of Hawaii. 1988. Various paging.

Report compares national and state demographic characteristics descriptive of single parents and displaced homemakers.

 

Doyle, Emma (Lyons), and Maili Frost Yardley. Hanaiakamalama; Queen Emma's Home in Nuuanu Valley Maintained as a Museum by the Daughters of Hawaii. Rev. ed. Honolulu: Daughters of Hawaii, 1960. 16 p.

Brief account of the Queen's (1836-1885) country retreat in Honolulu.

 

Durkin, Mary Cabrini, O.S.U. Mother Marianne of Moloka'i: Heroic Woman of Hawaii. Collaborator: Sr. Mary Laurence Hanley, O.S.F.; Illustrations by Augusta Curreli. Cedex, France: Editions du Signe, 1999. 71 p.

Juvenile biography of the Catholic sister (1838-1918) who worked with Father Damien at Kalaupapa, the Hansen's Disease settlement on Molokai. Includes colored illustrations.

 

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Ecke, Betty.
SEE Tseng Yu-ho.

 

Edward K. Noda and Associates, Inc. Women's Community Correctional Center: Asbestos Investigative Survey Report for the Department of Public Safety Statewide Asbestos Survey. Prepared for Department of Accounting and General Services, Division of Public Works. Honolulu: The Firm, 1998. 1 v. (various pagings).

Report on asbestos at the women's prison.

 

Ellis, William (Rev.). Memoir of Mary Mercy Ellis, Wife of Rev. William Ellis ... Including Notices of Heathen Society, of the Details of Missionary Life, and the Remarkable Manifestations of Divine Goodness in Severe Protracted Affliction. London: The Religious Tract Society, 1838. vii, 176p. Originally published 1835.

Detailed account of the life of a missionary's wife (1793-1835) written by her husband. Includes black and white portrait.

 

Encyclopedia of Hawaii.
SEE Gething, Judith, and others. "The Women." In Encyclopedia of Hawaii, 1980.

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Family Health Annual Numbers. 1994 - . Formerly Women and Infant Numbers in Hawaii. 1989-1993. Formerly WIN in Hawaii. 1989-1990. Honolulu: Family Health Services Div., Hawaii State Dept. of Health.

Statistics on women's health and childbirth.

 

Filipino Business Women's Association (Hawaii). 10th Anniversary Celebration & Installation of Officers. Aiea, HI: The Association, 1993. 1 v. (unpaged).

Program for the anniversary in 1993 includes brief articles and black and white photographs.

 

Financial Independence for Women. A Project of the Honolulu County Committee on the Status of Women. Honolulu: The Committee, 1995. iv, 39 p.

Guide to resources on financial planning includes organizations and services.

 

Financial Seminars for Women (4th: 1983). Financial Seminars for Women: Pathways to Financial Security. Honolulu: First Hawaiian Bank, 1983. 41 p.

Practical information presented in a series of public seminars.

 

Fleming, Paulette, Judith Gatto, Janet Horie, Sharon Noguchi , and Yontraraksa Somsong. "Socio-Cultural Characteristics Associated with Contraceptive Practices; a Study of Contraceptive Behavior in Hawaiian/Part-Hawaiian, Filipino, and Samoan Women in Selected Low-Income Housing Projects in Honolulu: Hawaii." M.S.W. (Social Work) project, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1973.

Social work paper on cultural, social, and economic relationships in three ethnic groups, in acculturation with respect to the use of contraceptives.

 

Forbes, David. Queen Emma and Lawai. Lihu'e: Kauai Historical Society, 1970, 1977. 20 p.

Account of Queen Emma's (1836-1885) vacation at Lawa'i, Kaua'i, and her interest in the development of that area. Includes black and white photographs and drawings.

 

Frankenstein, Alfred Victor. The Royal Visitors. Portland, OR: Oregon Historical Society, 1963.†† 32 p.

Kamamalu (born circa 1803) (one of the wives) and her husband Kamehameha II (Liholiho [born 1796]) visited England where they died of measles in 1824. Includes black and white and colored photographs.

 

Fraser, Juliette May. Ke Anuenue. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 1952. 92 p.

Album of the artist's work on the interpretation of Native Hawaiian culture based on legends.

 

Frazier, Frances N., translator. "The True Story of Kaluaiko'olau, or Ko'olau the Leper." By Kahikina Kelekona. Hawaiian Journal of History, v. 21 (1987). pp. 1-41.
SEE Sheldon, John G. M. (Kelekona, Kahikina).

 

Fricker, Sandra Kaeko Machida. "Achievement Orientation of Adolescent Women of Hawaiian, Japanese, and Pilipino-American descent." M.S. thesis, University of California at Davis, 1974. iii, 51 leaves.

Master's thesis on young women and achievement orientation.

 

From Mabuhay to Aloha: The Filipinos in Hawaii. Honolulu: Filipino Association of University Women, 1991. vi, 195 p.

Articles, short stories and poetry by Filipino men and women about the urban Filipino born in Hawaii or who immigrated from the Philippines in 1965 or later. Includes black and white photographs.

 

Funeral Obsequies of the Late Queen Dowager, Emma Kaleleonalani, Relict oe [sic] the Late Kamehameha IV: Lying in State, Memorial Discourses, Incidents, the Will, &c., &c. Honolulu: J.M. Oat, 1885. 43 p.

Accounts of Queen Emma's funeral in 1885 originally published in the Hawaiian Gazette, April 19, May 6, 13 and 20 of that year. Includes the will, chants, etc.

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Gates, Nancy S. Patsy T. Mink, Democratic Representative From Hawaii. Washington: Grossman Publishers, 1972. 15 p.

Profile of first Japanese American woman (born 1927) elected to U.S. House of Representatives, her interests, voting patterns, activities and ratings during her terms in office.

 

Gething, Judith R. "Christianity and Coverture: Impact on the Legal Status of Women in Hawaii, 1820-1920." Hawaiian Journal of History, v.11, 1977. pp. 188-220.

Article traces changes in legal status of women during a hundred year period beginning with the arrival of the first missionaries in 1820.

 

__________. "The Educational and Civic Leadership of Elsie Wilcox, 1902-1932." Hawaiian Journal of History, v.16, 1982. pp. 184-205.

Article on Miss Wilcox (1879-1954), Commissioner for Education from Kaua'i who was later elected the first woman Territorial senator in 1932.

 

__________. Sex Discrimination and the Law in Hawaii, a Guide to Your Legal Rights. Honolulu: University Press of Hawaii, 1979. xiv, 114 p.

Informative book on developments in federal law as well as current laws in Hawaii. Intended for the lay reader to understand what can be done to prevent unfair discrimination.

 

__________. and others. "The Women." In Encyclopedia of Hawaii. Edited by Robert Scott. 1980. 98 p. 3 microfilm reels. Original in Hawaii State Archives.

Includes the role and political activities of Queen Emma (1836-1885).

 

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SEE ALSO Hughes, Judith Dean Gething.

 

The Gift of Experience: Women Sharing With Women: Financial Strategies For Separated, Divorced and Widowed Women. Honolulu: Hawaii Institute of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources, College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources, University of Hawaii. 1988. 17 p.

Group discussion activity package providing women the opportunity to share their insights, ideas, advice and anecdotes.

 

Goldkuhle, Ute. "Stress Factors and Response Effects on Health Services Utilization Among Women in Prison." D.P.H. dissertation (Public Health), University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1995. xv, 183 leaves.

Dissertation on sociodemographic factors and other variables on the health of female prisoners.

 

Goldsborough, Dorothy M. "Adaptations to Dilemmas of Coed Partnering in Male Prisons." Ph.D. dissertation (Sociology), University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1997. xi, 294 leaves.

Dissertation on women custodial staff in Hawaii's male prisons.

 

Grimshaw, Patricia. "New England Missionary Wives, Hawaiian Women and 'The Cult of True Womanhood.'" Hawaiian Journal of History, v.19, 1985. pp. 71-100.

Article on three decades of intercultural contact between both groups of women since the arrival of the Protestant missionaries in 1820.

 

__________. Paths of Duty: American Missionary Wives in Nineteenth-Century Hawaii. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 1989. xxiii, 246 p.

Poignant account of eighty women and their work with the American Protestant mission in Hawaii from 1819 to the mid-nineteenth century.

 

Grinnell, Hilda W. Annie Montague Alexander. Berkeley, CA: Grinnell Naturalists Society, 1958. 27 p.

Brief sketch of a prominent scientist (1857-1950), a missionary descendant, who taught at University of California at Berkeley. Includes black and white photographs.

 

Grune, Anna Maria R. "Preservation Plan and Maintenance Plan for La Pietra Hawaii School for Girls." M.Arch. thesis (Architecture), University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1996. xv, 197 leaves.

Includes brief history of the school in former home of the Dillingham family in WaikÔkÔ. Includes color and black and white photographs.

 

Gurnani-Smith, Ruth. Ka 'A'ahu, na Mea Ho'ohiehie a me ka Ho'ohelohelo o ka Po'e Kahiko = Fashion and Personal Beauty in Old Hawaii. Honolulu, 1991. 1 v.

Discusses garments, body ornaments, tattoos, hairstyles, personal care, kapu, and other aspects of fashion and beauty in traditional Hawaiian culture. Numerous photocopies of illustrations.

 

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Haar, Francis. Iolani Luahine. Photographs by Francis Haar; narrative by Cobey H. Black. Honolulu: Topgallant Pub. Co., 1985. 89 p. Text in English and Hawaiian.

Biographical sketch of a foremost Native Hawaiian hula dancer and teacher (1915-1978), with chants and full-page and black and white photographs by a noted photographer.

 

Haas, Michael. Job Discrimination: What It Is and How to Avoid It. Honolulu: Coventry Press, 1975. 20 p.

Includes sex discrimination in employment.

 

Hackler, Rhoda E. A., "My Dear Friend: Letters of Queen Victoria and Queen Emma," Hawaiian Journal of History, v. 11, 1988. pp. 101-130.

Article on letters between Queen Emma (wife of Kamehameha IV, widowed in 1863) and Queen Victoria of England between 1862-1882).

 

Hall, Charlotte V. Brief History of Panhellenic in Hawaii. Honolulu: Women's Pan-hellenic of Hawaii, 1957. 24 p.

History of association of alumnae of different sororities.

 

Hall, Dale E. "Two Hawaiian Careers in Grand Opera." [Ululani McQuaid Robertson] Hawaiian Journal of History, v. 26, 1992. pp. 165-184.

Article includes Ululani McQuaid Robertson (1890-1970), Native Hawaiian opera singer's career from 1926 to the 1930s.

 

Hamada, Roger Saburo. "Stress, Depressive Symptoms, and Mother-infant Interaction in Mothers Exposed to Perinatal Intensive." Ph.D. dissertation (Psychology), University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1987. ix, 123 leaves.

Dissertation on pregnant women at Kapiolani Medical Center for Women and Children.

 

Hammer, Joyce, Brian Kagihara, Barbara A. Lee, Nola Nakata, and Sue Reid. "A Study of Enrollees in Hawaii's Manpower Development and Training Act (MDTA) Programs." M.S.W. (Social Work) project, University of Hawaii, 1974. 92 leaves.

Social work paper on characteristics of Hawaii participants in the Federal Manpower Development Training Act during June 1973 through December 1973, with some attention to sex breakdown.

 

Hanley, Mary Laurence, and O.A. Bushnell. Pilgrimage and Exile: Mother Marianne of Molokai. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 1991. 427 p. Original title: A Song of Pilgrimage and Exile,1980.

Biography of Marianne Cope (1838-1918), leader of a group of Catholic Franciscan sisters (nuns) of Syracuse, who worked for thirty years at the Hansen's disease settlement at Kalaupapa.

 

__________. A Song of Pilgrimage and Exile, the Life and Spirit of Mother Marianne of Molokai. Chicago: Franciscan Herald Press, 1980. 427 p. Later published with title: Pilgrimage and Exile: Mother Marianne of Molokai.

 

Haraguchi, Charlotte M. "A Study of Widows in Hawaii: Living Arrangements and Health Status." M.S.W. (Social Work) project, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1978. iv, 49 leaves.

Social work paper on widows living alone or with others.

 

Harden, M. J. Voices of Wisdom: Hawaiian Elders Speak. Photography by Steve Brinkman. Kula, HI: Aka Press, 1999. 239 p.

Collection of biographies and personal anecdotes includes women elders: Isabella Aiona Abbott, Winona Beamer, Jo-Anne Kahanamoku, Elaine Kaopuiki, Edith Kawelohea McKinzie, Mary Kuamoo, Elizabeth Lee, Marie McDonald, Lydia Namahana Mai'oho, Puanani Van Dorpe. Includes black and white photographs.

 

Harman, Marilyn, and others. Complaint of Sex Discrimination to the Dept. of Health, Education and Welfare, Filed Against the University of Hawaii, Manoa Campus, in Behalf of the Women Employees. 1972. 20, [39] leaves.

Complaint filed in U.S. Office of Civil Rights; includes statistical tables.

 

Harriet Bouslog Labor Scholarship Fund for ILWU Children: 60 Scholarships Awarded from 1989 to 1994. Honolulu: The Scholarship, 1995. 43 leaves.

Information on winners of the scholarship. Includes brief biography on attorney Harriet Bouslog and her activities with the International Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Union. Includes black and white photographs.

 

Harris, Catherine Embree. Dusty Exile: Looking Back at Japanese Relocation During World War II. Honolulu, HI: Mutual Publishing, 1999. 136 p.

Experiences of a twenty-two year old teacher in Poston, Arizona Japanese internment camp in the early 1940s who was raised in Hawaii and later retired here.

 

Hawaii. Commission on Manpower and Full Employment. Employment and Training of Women in Hawaii. Honolulu: The Commission, 1976. 71 p.

Report and statistics on women in the labor force over several decades compared with national average.

 

Hawaii. Dept. of Education. Management Audit & Civil Rights Branch. Affirmative Action Plan, Department of Education, State of Hawaii. Honolulu: The Dept., 1984. 1 v. (various pagings). Kept up to date by supplements.

Includes women teachers in the public schools.

 

__________. Personnel Management, Certification and Development Branch. Department of Education, State of Hawaii, Affirmative Action Plan for Women, July 1, 1976 to September 30, 1977. Honolulu: The Office, 1976. 23 p.

State plan to eliminate discrimination against women educators in the public schools.

 

Hawaii. Dept. of Labor and Industrial Relations. Hawaii State Occupational Information Coordinating Committee. Non-Traditional Training Opportunities in Hawaii: Occupation With Less Than 33% Women, Statewide. Honolulu: Hawaii State Occupational Information Coordinating Committee, Dept. of Labor and Industrial Relations. 1993. 7 p.

Documents occupational bias in Hawaii using a list of occupational titles with low women participation rates.

 

__________. Office of Manpower Planning. Report on the State Displaced Homemaker Program. Honolulu: The Office, 1982. 10 p.

Report and recommendations of the program to provide counseling, employment assistance, job training and supportive services.

 

__________. Research and Statistics Office. Veterans, Youths and Women in Hawaii. Honolulu: The Office, 1978. 38 p.

Statistical report on women, including population, employment, educational level, ethnicity and income.

 

__________. Research and Statistics Office. Women Workers in Hawaii. Honolulu: The Office, 1975. 66 p.

Appraises labor market conditions of female workers, with comparisons showing differences in the working conditions between men and women.

 

Hawaii. Governor's Commission on the Status of Women. Report. Honolulu, 1966. v, 48 p.
SEE ALSO Hawaii. State Commission on the Status of Women. Annual Report.

Report on activities of the Commission. Includes black and white photographs.

 

Hawaii. Legislature. Office of the Legislative Auditor. Review of Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action at the University of Hawaii: a Report to the Governor and the Legislature of the State of Hawaii. Report no. 91-13, Honolulu: The Auditor, 1991. vi, 43 p.

Includes women teaching faculty .

 

Hawaii. Office of the Governor. State of Hawaii Affirmative Action Plan. "Prepared by Patricia K. Brandt, coordinator, Office of Affirmative Action, with the assistance of Leinaala Dunaway...[et al]". Honolulu: The Office, 1980. 92, [74] p.

Includes women in state employment.

 

Hawaii. State Commission on the Status of Women. Annual Report. Honolulu: The Commission 1971/72-1980/1990. Also called Ikaika na Wahine Kaulike Oukou.

Annual reports on activities, accomplishments and recommendations of the State Commission.
SEE ALSO Hawaii. Governor's Commission on the Status of Women. Report. 1966.

 

__________. Domestic Violence Report. Honolulu: State of Hawaii, 1993. 1 v. (various pagings).

Findings and recommendations to decrease domestic violence.

 

__________. Handbook: Tips on Survival For Displaced Homemakers in the State of Hawaii. Prepared by Leora Burton. Honolulu: The Commission, 1979. 30 p.

Identifies what constitutes a displaced homemaker; and lists community resources and other helpful information.

 

__________. Recommendations for the Development and Coordination of Services for Victims of Domestic and Sexual Violence in the State of Hawaii. Prepared for the 1997 Hawaii State Legislature. Honolulu: The Commission, 1996. 1 v. (various pagings).

Report on statewide recommendations.

 

__________. Summary of the Findings of Task Force 1: Who is the Female Offender?: Project, the Status of the Female Offender in Hawaii's Criminal Justice System. Honolulu: 1973.†† 1 v. (various pagings).

Report on identifying background of female offenders.

 

Hawaii Gay and Lesbian Teen Task Force. Report on Hawaii's Gay and Lesbian Youth. Prepared for the Hawaii State Legislature. Honolulu: The Task Force, 1992. 55 p.

Describes growing up as sexual minority and recommendations to meet their needs.

 

Hawaii Interviewing (Firm). Single Parents/Homemakers in Hawaii: a Study of Vocational Education Needs. Honolulu: State Board for Vocational Education: Office of the State Director for Vocational Education, 1986. 386 p.

Report of Hawaii Interviewing's contracted activities, findings and recommendations regarding Hawaii's compliance with the federal Carl Perkins Vocational Education Act of 1984.

 

Hawaii Island Spouse Abuse Task Force. A Report on Spouse Abuse in Hawaii County and Recommendations for Change. Sponsored by Hawaii County Committee on the Status of Women. Hilo, HI: The Task Force, 1989. 1 v. (various foliations).

Findings and recommendations for Hawaii County (Hawaii Island).

 

Hawaii Newspaper Agency, Inc. Research Dept. Profile of Honolulu Working Wives. Honolulu, 1962. 7 leaves. Published earlier with title: Hawaii Star-Bulletin and Advertiser Research Dept. [no date]

Mainly statistical tables.

 

Hawaii Women and the National Plan of Action, July 1977-May 1979. Prepared by the chair, Continuing Committee, International Women's Year-Decade. Honolulu: Hawaii IWY-Decade, 1979. 34 p.

In observance of the year, presents a plan on many aspects of women on the local, national, and international levels. includes lists of "firsts" for Hawaii women.

 

Hawaiian Mission Children's Society, Honolulu. Missionary Album; Portraits and Biographical Sketches of the American Protestant Missionaries to the Hawaiian Islands. Honolulu: The Society, 1969. 222 p. Originally published with title: Portraits of American Protestant Missionaries to Hawaii, 1901.

Brief biographies serve as a directory of Protestant missionaries, including wives and a few single women, who came to Hawaii in the first (1820) to the 12th company (1848). Includes black and white photographs.

 

__________. Portraits of American Protestant Missionaries to Hawaii. Honolulu: Hawaiian Mission Children's Society, 1901. vi, 105 p. Later published with title Missionary Album; Portraits and Biographical Sketches of the American Protestant Missionaries to the Hawaiian Islands, 1935, 1969.

Brief biographies. Includes black and white photographs.

 

Health and Education Communication Consultants. Evaluation of the Single Parent/Homemaker Program. Honolulu: University of Hawaii, 1991. 142 p.

Report funded by the federal Carl Perkins Act of 1963 documents the operation of Hawaii's Single Parent/Homemaker Program and targets strategies for program improvement.

 

Hertog, Susan. Anne Morrow Lindbergh: Her Life. New York, London: Nan A. Tales/Doubleday, 1999. x, 561 p., [24 p. of plates].

Biography of wife (1906-2001) of aviator Charles Lindbergh includes brief information about their living on Maui where he died and was buried in 1974.

 

Higashi, Elva Keiko, Georgean Mapuana Brooks, and Leona Leiohu Ryder. "After the Funeral, Then What?" M.S.W. (Social Work) project, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1979. iv, 45 leaves.

Social work paper on information useful to recent widows in Hawaii.

 

Hilo Hongwanji: Recalling Our Past: a Collection of Oral Histories. Project of Hilo Hongwanji Fujinkai. Committee: Nobuko Fukuda, Midori Kondo, Motoe Tada and Lillie Tsuchiya. [s.l.: s.n.], 1997. 38 p.

Activities of a Hawaii Island Buddhist Temple. Includes black and white photographs.

 

Hirata, Atsuko. "A Biographical Study of Yoko Oki: War Bride in Hawaii: Career, Family, and Identity." M.A. thesis (American Studies), University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1996. xv, 149 leaves.

Master's thesis on a war bride from Japan who became an American citizen, a Japanese language announcer, and businesswoman since the 1950s.

 

Hodges, William C., Jr. The Passing of Liliuokalani. Preceded by a Brief Historical Interpretation of the Life of Liliuokalani of Hawaii. Honolulu: Honolulu Star-Bulletin, 1918. 72 p.

Biography focusing on the Queen's death and funeral in 1917. Includes black and white photographs and colored portrait.

 

Hoffmann, Peter R. "HIV-1 Infection Among Women in Hawaii: Descriptive and Molecular Epidemiology and Evidence for Past or Current Infection with Hepatitis B, C, and G Viruses." M.S. thesis (Public Health), University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1997. viii, 34 leaves.

Master's thesis examines HIV 1 and related diseases.

 

Holdren, Jill. "At the Crossroads of Gender, Place, Science and Medicine: An Exploration of Changing Health Care Attitudes and Behavior." M.A. thesis (Geography), University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1997. iv, 150 leaves.

Master's thesis examines gender as one of the factors in women and health and alternative medicine in Hawaii and North Carolina.

 

Honda, Linda, Lois Nakada, and Karen Katayama. "A Descriptive Study of Ethnicity and the Incidence of Spouse Abuse." M.S.W. (Social Work) project, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1982. 27 leaves.

Social work paper based on women at the Shelter for Abused Women and Children in Honolulu.

 

Honolulu. Committee on the Status of Women. Women's Opportunities are Unlimited. Honolulu: Honolulu County Committee on the Status of Women: Dept. of Human Resources, City and County of Honolulu. 1992. 46 p.
SEE ALSO Honolulu. Mayor's Committee on the Status of Women.

Features City & County of Honolulu employees in non-traditional positions.

 

__________. Media Task Force. Do's and Don'ts of Inclusive Language. Honolulu: City and County of Honolulu, 1998. 3 p.

Brief list of words and phrases more appropriate than those that are gender-oriented. Adapted from Ruth Lieban, ed., Women, Men and the Changing Language, 4th ed., 1985.

 

Honolulu. Cooperative Area Manpower Planning System. Profile: O'ahu's Women. Honolulu: Office of Human Resources, 1973. 34, x leaves.

Statistical and other data taken primarily from 1970 U.S. Census of Population, Detailed Characteristics, Hawaii. Information on population and employment characteristics. Includes five black and white photographs of unidentified women.

 

Honolulu. Dept. of Civil Service. Equal Employment Opportunity Affirmative Action Handbook. Honolulu: The Dept., 1976. vii, 438 p.

Handbook for the various departments in the City and County of Honolulu.

 

Honolulu. Mayor's Committee on the Status of Women. Report. Honolulu: The Committee, 1972-1978. Also called Kaulike, 1977-1978.
SEE ALSO Honolulu. Committee on the Status of Women. Women's Opportunities ....

Reports annual activities and achievements of the Committee.

 

Hontanosas, Del, Robert Cruz, Karen Kaneshiro, and John Sanchez. "A Descriptive Study of Spouse Abuse at the University of Hawaii at Manoa." School of Social Work Project, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1979. v, 51, [13] leaves.

Social work paper on frequency of spouse abuse among female undergraduate and graduate students in 1978-1979.

 

Hopkins, Jerry and others. The Hula. Directed and designed by Hans Johannes Hoefer, produced by Leonard Lueras, written by Jerry Hopkins, research by Rebecca Crockett-Hopkins. Insight Chronicles series. Hong Kong: Apa Productions, 1982. 193 p.

Pictorial history includes brief biographies of male and female hula teachers, past and present. Includes black and white photographs and illustrations.

 

Hopper, Pegge. Women of Hawaii: Pictures. With a biographical sketch by Don Berry. Seattle: Winn Books, 1985. 73 p. 1985 special edition includes clothbound book and two colored plates housed in hinged box.

Selection of works by the artist who came to live in Honolulu in the early 1960s. Includes color reproductions.

 

Hori, Joan. "Japanese Prostitution in Hawaii During the Immigration Period." Hawaiian Journal of History, v. 15, 1981. pp. 113-124

Article on little known activities of Japanese prostitutes, mainly female, of late nineteenth and early twentieth century when there were few women among the Japanese male immigrants.

 

Houston, Patricia. "Beyond the Hedge: the Life of Marjorie Putnam Sinclair Edel." Ph.D. dissertation (History), University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1996. vii, 177 leaves.

Dissertation on Marjorie Sinclair Edel (born 1913), author and University of Hawaii at Manoa English faculty member, widow of former U.H. president, Gregg M. Sinclair . She later married author Leon Edel.

 

Hughes, Judith Dean Gething. Women and Children First: the Life and Times of Elsie Wilcox of Kaua'i. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 1996. xii, 196 p.

Biography of a missionary descendant (1874-1937), Hawaii's first female Territorial senator who had a major impact on education, health and social welfare, especially for women and children. Includes black and white photographs.

 

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SEE ALSO Gething, Judith R.

 

Huguley, Merry, and Pat Thielen. "An Exploratory Study of Social Workers' Understanding of the Concept of Abuse." M.S.W. (Social Work) project, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1986. ii, 32 leaves.

Social work paper based on information from social workers at five Honolulu agencies and from University of Hawaii at Manoa social work students.

 

Humme, June Hitchcock. "Almeda Eliza Hitchcock-Wahine Loio, or Lady Lawyer." Hawaiian Journal of History, v.20, 1986. pp. 137-150.

Article on Hawaii's first woman lawyer (1863-1895) who died at age thirty-two.

 

Hunt, Johnny K. "Assertion Training for Hawaiian Women." M.S.W. (Social Work) project, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1982. 43, [6] leaves.

Social work paper on pilot program for a manual on the cultural component and procedures for assertion training.

 

Hunter, Joyce Carole. "Wife-Abuse: a Survey of Relative Factors." Ph.D. dissertation, Union for Experimenting Colleges and Universities, 1982. xx, 319 p.

Dissertation on factors related to wife abuse in Hawaii.

 

Hunter, Linette Alapa. "An Analysis of the 1961-1970 Graduates of the Church College of Hawaii: Their Professional Status and Factors that Affect Their Aspirations for Administrative or Leadership Roles." Ph.D. dissertation, Brigham Young University, 1985. iii, 116 leaves.

Dissertation on responses of 102 women of Caucasian, Polynesian, and Asian background to determine common influences toward administrative and leadership roles.

 

I††††††††† , A. Queen Emma, a Narrative of the Object of Her Mission to England. London: Day & Son, Ltd., 19--. 31 p.

Brief account of Dowager Queen Emma's visit to England and Queen Victoria, 1865-1866. Includes a chant.

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Iaukea, Curtis Piehu, 1855-1940. Reminiscences of the Court of Kamehameha IV and Queen Emma. Hawaiian Historical Society Papers, no. 17. Honolulu, 1930. pp. 17-27.

Prominent official (1855-1940) under King Kalakaua and in Territorial government recalls Queen Emma (1836-1885) and her husband, King Kamehameha IV (Alexander Liholiho (1834-1863)). Includes letters and article from a 1862 Honolulu newspaper (name not given).

 

Ideta, Lori M. "Asian Women Leaders of Higher Education: Tales of Self Discovery From the Ivory Tower." Ed.D. dissertation (Education), University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1996. xiv, 282 leaves.

Dissertation on ten contemporary Asian educational leaders in Hawaii identified only by first name and employment position.

 

Ikeda, Kiyoshi. Technical Report Preliminary Faculty Pay Equity Analysis University of Hawaii at Manoa. Honolulu, University of Hawaii, 1991. iii, 27 p.

Describes the study design as basis for a faculty salary equity report.

 

Inn, Henry. Hawaiian Types. Photographs by Henry Inn, introduction by Andrew W. Lind, introduced by Andrew W. Lind. New York: Hastings House, 1945. 4 p. l., xlvii plates on 46 leaves.

Black and white photographs of ethnic women, brief text.

 

Inocelda, Dominic. "A Descriptive Study of Discipline Practices Among Filipino Immigrant Mothers in Hawaii." M.S.W. (Social Work) project, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1981. 67 leaves.

Social work paper describes discipline practices; explores possible factors such as age, income, religion, length of stay in Hawaii, etc. which lead to differing discipline styles; compares practices of Filipino mothers in the Philippines and immigrant Filipino mothers in Hawaii.

 

Into the Marketplace: Working-Class Women in 20th Century Hawaii. Honolulu: Hawaii Committee for the Humanities, [1995]. 11 p.

Brief guide of essays to complement an exhibit includes contributions by Teresa Bill, Joyce N. Chinen, Marie Hara, Barbara Bennett Peterson, William J. Puette, Edward Schultz. Includes black and white photographs.

 

Irwin, Bernice Piilani Cook. I Knew Queen Liliuokalani. Honolulu: First People's Productions, 1998. 110 p. Originally published 1960.

Informal and intimate sketches of little-known side of the Queen's life (1838-1917) and character by a woman who had known her for thirty years until the Queen's death.

 

Ito, Karen Lee. Lady Friends: Hawaiian Ways and the Ties That Define. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1999. xi, 175 p.

Focuses on Native Hawaiian culture as seen in six women from Native Hawaiian households and extended families in the mid-1970s. Concludes that although "alienated from their land [they] are not disenfranchised from their culture." Based on author's 1978 dissertation.

 

__________. "Symbolic Conscience: Illness Retribution Among Urban Hawaiian Women." Ph.D. dissertation (Anthropology), University of California at Los Angeles, 1978. xv, 219 leaves.

Dissertation on interviews of six Native Hawaiian women: Jane "Pua" Kahana, Ellen Kam, June Kamakau, Evelyn Michaels, Elizabeth Nohi Nacimiento, Iris Nakasone. Studies ideals of social relationships and proper behavior; concludes that a shared Hawaiian concept of ethical and moral responsibility toward each other still exists.

 

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James, Janet Frances. "A Study of the Differentiated Effects of Workshops on the Attitudes of Administrators Toward Sex-Role Stereotyping." Ed.D. dissertation (Educational Administration), University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1979. ix, 142 leaves.

Dissertation; a 1975 "Report on Sex Bias in the Public Schools of Hawaii" had found widespread sex bias. This paper studied whether in-service training programs on sex role stereotyping would change attitudes of Hawaii public school administrators.

 

Jarrett, Roberta M. Gifts From the Shore: a Kalaupapa Diary. Illustrations by Katherine Trnka. Beaverton, OR: Pacific Editions Co., 1993. vi, 195 p.

Diary of a nurse who spent a year (Oct. 1989-Oct. 1990) at the Hansen's Disease settlement on Moloka'i.

 

Johnson, Ronald Charles. Report to President Cleveland's Commission on the Status of Women. Honolulu: s.n., 1971. 6 leaves.

Brief report to Harlan Cleveland on University of Hawaii at Manoa women. Includes statistical tables.

 

Johnsrud, Linda. Barriers to Retention and Tenure at UH-Manoa: the Experiences of Faculty Cohorts 1982-1988. Honolulu: University of Hawaii , 1989. X,108 p.

Concludes that economic issues are the most critical barrier to retention for all faculty.

 

__________. University of Hawaii-Manoa 1989-1990 Faculty Cohorts: Do They Differ from Earlier Cohorts?. Honolulu: L.K. Johnsrud, 1993. [3], 24, [3] leaves.

Concludes that women are different from men in retention and tenure in this one-year study.

 

Jolly, Margaret, and Martha Macintyre, eds. Family and Gender in the Pacific: Domestic Contradictions and the Colonial Impact. Cambridge ; New York: Cambridge University Press, 1989. xi, 296 p.

Includes "New England Missionary Wives, Hawaiian Women and the Cult of True Womanhood," by Patricia Grimshaw, pp. 19-44; "Changes in the Lives of Ordinary Women in Early Post-Contact Hawaii," by Caroline Ralston, pp. 45-64.

 

Kaapu, Myrtle King. I Married a Prince; a Cinderella Story from Hawaii. Hicksville, New York: Exposition Press, 1977. 271 p.

Autobiography of a teacher from Oregon who married a Hawaiian "prince" "without a kingdom" in 1935. Chronicles her adventures around the world and living in Hawaii in a grass hut with her husband.

 

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Kaeo, Peter Young. News from Molokai, Letters Between Peter Kaeo & Queen Emma, 1873-1876. Edited with introduction and notes by Alfons L. Korn. Honolulu: The University Press of Hawaii, 1976. xlv, 345 p.

Letters, often poignant, between Queen Emma (1836-1885) and Peter Kaeo (1836-1880), her first cousin, when he was a Hansen's disease patient in the 1870s at Kalaupapa, Moloka'i. Includes extensive notes by Alfons Korn.

 

Kai, Peggy. The Story of A'lai, Our Hawaiian-Chinese Heritage. Honolulu: Kai, 1976. 53 p.

Biography of A'lai A'ii Akamu Akana (1856-1939) from whom the Aluli and Akana families descend. Includes genealogy chart and many brown and white photographs.

 

Kaleialoha, and Hiwahiwa . An Hour with the Queen: Lessons on Forgiveness and Grace. Cleveland, OH: CCW [Center for Women in Church and Society of the United Church of Christ], 1998. 106 p. Some text in Hawaiian.

Devotional exercises and thoughts of two Native Hawaiian women, currently members of the Church, and others in memory of Queen Lili'uokalani (1838-1917). Includes "black" and white photographs.

 

Kame'eleihiwa, Lilikala. Na Wahine Kapu = Divine Hawaiian Women. Honolulu: 'Ai Pohaku Press, 1999. 40 p. Text in English and Hawaiian.

Notable Native Hawaiian women and their importance in history, chant and mythology; role of contemporary female leaders. Includes list of Hawaiian female akua (goddesses).

 

Kanahele, Annie. Annie, Life of a Hawaiian; an Autobiography. Honolulu: Fisher Printing Co., 1976. 131 p.

Autobiography of a Chinese-Hawaiian teacher and principal for three generations of Hawaii's children. Highlights her non-stop effort to help her people both as leader and servant to church and community.

 

Kanahele, George S. Emma: Hawaii's Remarkable Queen: a Biography. Honolulu: Queen Emma Foundation, 1999. xxiv, 441 p. Text in English and Hawaiian.

Extensive biography of Queen Emma (1836-1885), who with her husband, King Kamehameha IV (Alexander Liholiho (1834-1863)), founded Queen's Hospital. Includes chants and black and white photographs.

 

__________. Pauahi: the Kamehameha Legacy. Honolulu: Kamehameha Schools Press, 1986. 223 p. Text in English and Hawaiian.

Extensive biography of Princess Bernice Pauahi Bishop (1831-1884), whose will created Bishop Estate and the Kamehameha Schools to educate Native Hawaiian children. Includes two birth charts.

 

Kanahele, Mary Ann, and Sarah S. Marie. "A Study of Military Wives Participating in the Women's Awareness Program of the Armed Services YMCA Outreach Branch at Kaneohe Marine Corps Air Station, Hawaii." M.S.W. (Social Work) project, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1981. 84 leaves.

Social work paper evaluates the effectiveness of a program to provide support and social interaction for military wives who are lonely and isolated from the community because of the transient lifestyle of the military.

 

Kaulike (1977-1978).
SEE Honolulu. Mayor's Committee on the Status of Women. Report.

 

Kawakami, Barbara F. Japanese Immigrant Clothing in Hawaii, 1885-1941. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 1993. xvii, 253 p. Japanese language ed., 1998.

Includes clothing of women sugar plantation workers, picture bride accounts. Includes black and white photographs.

 

Kelley, Jacqueline A. "Women and Pelvic Examinations: Their Experiences, Attitudes, and Reactions." M.S.W. (Social Work) project, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1977. 37, 7, [2] leaves.

Social work paper on 100 women patients at Hawaii Planned Parenthood or the University of Hawaii at Manoa Student Health Services Family Planning Clinic, which determined one-third of the examinations were uncomfortable and stressful.

 

Kelly, John Melville. Etchings and Drawings of Hawaiians. Honolulu: Honolulu Star-Bulletin, 1943. 95 p.

Includes Native Hawaiian women. In color, black and white.

 

__________. The Hula as Seen in Hawaii. Honolulu: Honolulu Star-Bulletin, 1953. 1 leaf, 10 plates in portfolio.

Illustrations of female dancers. In sepia, black and white.

 

Kent, Harold Winfield. An Album of Likenesses: Princess Bernice Pauahi Bishop, Benefactress of the Kamehameha Schools and Charles Reed Bishop, Man of Hawaii. Rev. ed. Honolulu: 1972. 1 v. (unpaged). Originally published in 1962.

Photographs and daguerreotypes of sculptures and early paintings featuring Charles and Bernice Pauahi Bishop (1831-1884). Mainly in black and white.

 

Keyes, Laura A. "Coping Activities of Wives of Absent Military Husbands." M.S.W. (Social Work) project, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1982. 32 leaves.

Social work paper on women and families on a U.S. Marine Corps base presumably in Hawaii.

 

Kikuchi, Shigeo. English Memoirs of a Buddhist Woman Missionary in Hawaii. Translation from Japanese of Kaikyo Shoki no Omoide by Florence Okada. Honolulu: Buddhist Study Center Press, 1991. 73 p.

Autobiography of a woman from Japan in the early twentieth century, her work on the sugar plantation at Wailuku, Maui and at Na'alehu on Hawaii Island. Includes black and white photographs of author.

 

Kim, Sehyun. "Predictors of Incident Vertebral Fractures Among Japanese-American Men and Women." Ph.D. dissertation (Biostatistics-Epidemiology), University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1996. xi, 116 leaves.

Dissertation on relationship between bone mass and fractures in Hawaii.

 

King, Jean Sadako. The Campaign Articles of Jean King. Honolulu: Highland Pub. Co., 1973.†††† 62 p.

Collection of articles on author's (born 1925) political ideas first published as paid advertisements in the newspapers, the Honolulu Advertiser and the Honolulu Star-Bulletin in 1972 while running for state representative. She was later elected lieutenant governor, 1978-1982. Includes black and white photographs.

 

Kingston, Maxine Hong. Hawaii One Summer. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 1998. 72 p. Originally published: San Francisco: Meadow Press, 1987.

Essays on living and teaching in Hawaii for twelve years by a noted author. Includes black and white photographs.

 

Klarr, Caroline K. "Body Ornamentation of the Hula Dancer from 1779 to 1858." M.A. thesis (Art), University of Hawaii at Manoa,1992. 105 leaves.

Master's thesis on clothing and adornment of dancers who included women. Later published as a book, 1998.

 

__________. Hawaiian Hula and Body Ornamentation, 1778 to 1858. Los Osos, CA: Bearsville Press and Cloud Mountain Press, 1996. ix, 61 p.

Based on author's master's thesis of 1992, "Body Ornamentation of the Hula Dancer from 1779-1858."

 

Kline, Betty Halterman. "The Status of Self Attitudes in Role Selection among Delinquent Girls." M.A. thesis, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1957. iii, 85 leaves.

Master's thesis on self concept and choices between delinquent and non-delinquent girls. Includes ethnic and other data.

 

Knowles, Gordon James. A Study of Hotel Street Prostitutes in Honolulu, Hawaii, 1992. 1996. 35 leaves.

Paper on sociology of female and male prostitutes in downtown Chinatown area of Honolulu, in 1974 and 1992.
SEE ALSO 1983 paper by Glenn Y. Yoshimoto which preceded the research of Knowles.

 

Kodama-Nishimoto, Michi, Warren Nishimoto, and Cynthia Oshiro, eds. Hanahana : an Oral History Anthology of Hawaii's Working People. Honolulu : Ethnic Studies Oral History Project, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1984. xvi, 178 p.

Narratives based on oral history interviews of rural and urban working people includes: Eleanor Heavey, Osame Manago, Ida Kanekoa Miles, Lucy Seraphine "Slim" Robello, Violet Hew Zane. "Hanahana" is pidgin from the Hawaiian word hana (work). Includes black and white photographs.

 

Kono, Juliet S. "A Sojourner: My Grandmother Shige Oshita." Hawaiian Journal of History, v. 26, 1992. pp. 185-206.

Article on the author's grandmother, Shige Oshita, of the Hilo area, a Japanese picture bride who died in 1980. Her notebooks and letters written in Japanese reveal her poetic streak.

 

Korn, Alfons L. The Victorian Visitors; an Account of the Hawaiian Kingdom, 1861-1866, Including ... Diaries and Letters of Queen Emma of Hawaii. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 1958. 351 p.

Extensively documented account of Dowager Queen Emma's (1836-1885) visit to England (Queen Victoria), France and Italy through her letters and journals. Includes short biographical sketches of the Hawaiian ali'i (of chiefly rank).

 

Kreidman, Nanci. ""Too Many Lickins": the Production and Presentation of a Videotape Documentary on Domestic Violence." M.A. thesis (Communications),University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1981. iv, 166 leaves.

Master's thesis on the process used by the author in writing a script for video program aired on KHET in 1980.

 

Krout, Mary Hannah. The Memoirs of Honorable Bernice Pauahi Bishop. Honolulu: Kamehameha Schools, 1958. 255 p. Originally published New York: Knickerbocker Press, 1908.

History of Princess Pauahi's (1831-1884) life and times as extracted from her letters and other records. Includes black and white photographs.

 

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Lake, Randy A., and Karen K. Nakamatsu. An Exploratory Study of the Attitudes of Part-Hawaiian Teenagers Toward Sex, Birth Control, and Pregnancy. M.S.W. (Social Work) project, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1986. iii, 23 leaves.

Social work paper based on questionnaires.

 

Lambing, Mary Lou, Ruth Lieban, and Gigi Hodge. Hawaii's Women in the News: How Far Have They Come?: A Ten Year Perspective. Honolulu: Media Task Force of the Honolulu County Committee on the Status of Women, 1990. 60 p.

Comprehensive report focusing on results of surveys taken in Hawaii in 1977 and 1987 regarding women in the media.

 

__________. Women of Hawaii: a Collection of Photos and Biographies of Women Who Have Pursued Unique or Unusual Career Paths. Developed by the Foundation for Hawaii Women's History; photographer, Jan-Michelle Sawyer. Honolulu: State Board for Vocational Education. Office of the State Director for Vocational Education, 1989. 31 leaves of plates.

Brief biographies of twenty-nine businesswomen of the late twentieth century, on 31 cards (4 1/4" x 5 1/2") . Includes black and white photographs.

 

Landgraf, Anne Kapulani. E na Hulu Kupuna na Puna Ola Maoli No. Kaneohe, HI: [s.n.], 1987. xiii, 142 p.

Collection of biographical sketches and personal anecdotes of thirty-two kupuna (elders) who worked for the Hawaii State Department of Education, Windward District Hawaiian Studies Program in 1985-86 school year includes twenty-nine women. Includes black and white photographs.

 

Larsen, Agnessa. Graffiti on My Heart: an Autobiography, 1926-1937. Seattle, WA: Peanut Butter Pub., 1994. 410 p.

Autobiography on growing up in Hawaii, attending college in California, living in Paris, and working in the Soviet Union.

 

League of Women Voters of Honolulu and Hawaii State Commission on the Status of Women. Report: Domestic Violence Family Court Monitoring Project. Honolulu: the League, 1996. 30 p.

Findings of Hawaii's Family Court cases on abused women and men in early 1996.

 

Lebra, Joyce Chapman. Shaping Hawaii: the Voices of Women. 2nd ed. Honolulu: Goodale, 1999. xv, 303 p. "Oral histories of the Islands' first settlers, Na moolelo o ko Hawaii wahine hookahua ola" -- Cover. Originally published with title, Women's Voices in Hawaii, 1991.

Oral histories of women's lives at the turn of the twentieth century; their childhood and survival, of Hawaiian, Part-Hawaiian, Chinese, Scottish-English, Portuguese, Japanese, Okinawan, Korean, Puerto Rican and Filipina background. Includes photographs.

 

__________, ed. Women's Voices in Hawaii. Niwot, CO: University Press of Colorado, 1991. xii, 292 p. Later published with title, Shaping Hawaii: the Voice of Women, 2nd ed., 1999.

 

Lee, Pali Jae Kealohilani, and Koko Willis. Tales from the Night Rainbow = Mo'olelo o na Po Makole: the Story of a Woman, a People, and an Island: an Oral History as told by Kaili'ohe Kame'ekua of Kamalo, Moloka'i, 1816-1931. Honolulu: Night Rainbow Publishing Co., 1990. 112 p. Rev. and enlarged ed. Earlier ed., 1984.

Oral account of Kaili'ohe Kame'ekua of Moloka'i on pre-contact history of Native Hawaiians. Includes black and white illustrations.

 

Lei-lanilau, Carolyn. Ono Ono Girl's Hula. Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin Press, 1997. xvi, 180 p.

A contemporary Chinese American writes on many subjects related to ethnic identity including references to Hawaiian words and thoughts.

 

Lenk, Edward Anthony. "Mother Marianne Cope (1838-1918): the Syracuse Franciscan Community and Molokai lepers." Ph.D. dissertation, Syracuse University, 1986. x, 211 leaves.

Dissertation on the Catholic sister who worked with Father Damien at the Hansen's Disease settlement at Kalaupapa, Moloka'i.

 

Leong, Sylvia L. So Grows the Willow. New York: Vantage Press, 1996. xiv, 207 p.

Autobiography of a Chinese woman born in Honolulu who in the 1920s spent a strict provincial childhood in China and returned to live an American way of life in Hawaii.

 

Li, Ling-Ai. Life is for a Long Time; a Chinese-Hawaiian Memoir. New York: Hastings House, 1972. 343 p.

Autobiography of a Chinese playwright, classical Chinese dancer and singer, director and movie maker. Records important events of their family life in Hawaii. Her parents, both doctors, came from Canton to Hawaii to practice Western medicine.

 

Lieban, Ruth, ed. The Changing Lives of Hawaii's Women: Progress Since Statehood: a Contemporary Historical Record. Rev. ed. Honolulu: Historians Committee, Foundation for Hawaii Women's History. 1985 . Iii, 50 p. Earlier ed., 1984.

Essays on progress and status on many aspects on Hawaii's women since 1959. Includes lists of "Firsts."

 

__________, ed. Women, Men and the Changing Language. Task Force for Equal Treatment of the Sexes in Media. 4th ed. Honolulu: Office of Human Resources, 1985. 12 p. Earlier editions with title Women, Men, and the New Language, 1977, 1980, 1981.

Includes article by John DeFrancis and examples of preferred treatment of sexes in language usage.

 

__________,ed. Women, Men, and the New Language; the Task Force for Equal Treatment of the Sexes in Media; Women's Awareness, the Hope of the Future. Revised. Honolulu: Office of Human Resources, 1981. 12 p.

Includes article by Barbara Du Bois and examples of preferred treatment of sexes in language usage. Earlier editions, 1977; 1980.
SEE ALSO Lieban, Ruth, ed. Women, Men and the Changing Language. 4th ed. Honolulu: Office of Human Resources, 1985.

 

Lili'uokalani, Queen. Diary Transcripts, 1878-1906. Hawaiian portions translated by Jason Achiu. Honolulu: Hawaii State Archives, 1986. 2 v. (various foliations). Vol. 1 1878-1892 Ė Vol. 2 1893-1906. Text in English and Hawaiian.

Typescript of diaries written in English and Hawaiian(translated into English) held by the Hawaii State Archives and Bishop Museum in Honolulu.

 

__________. Hawaii's Story by Hawaii's Queen. Introduction by Glen Grant. Honolulu: Mutual Pub. Co., 1990. xii, 409 p. Originally published 1898.

Autobiography of Hawaii's last monarch (1838-1917), portrays life and customs of 19th century Hawaii, the overthrow of her reign, and her efforts to restore the Hawaiian Kingdom. Includes black and white photographs.

 

__________. The Queen's Songbook .... Edited by Barbara Smith. Text and music notation by Dorothy Kahananui Gillett. Honolulu: Hui Hanai, 1999. xviii, 333 p. Text in English and Hawaiian.

Definitive work on 60 out of 150 songs written by Queen Lili'uokalani (1838-1917) and several songs about her; musical score, lyrics in Hawaiian with English translation, and notes about each song. Includes biographical essay and black and white and colored photographs.

 

Linnea, Sharon. Princess Ka'iulani: Hope of a Nation, Heart of a People. Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans Books for Young Readers, 1999. xviii, 234 p.

Pictorial biography for young adult readers of young heiress (1875-1899) to the Hawaiian throne who died at age twenty-three. Includes many black and white photographs.

 

Linnekin, Jocelyn. Sacred Queens and Women of Consequence: Rank, Gender, and Colonialism in the Hawaiian Islands. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press, 1990. xxiv, 276 p.

Examines social and economic transformation due to Western contact on Hawaiian women in the nineteenth century from their perspectives.

 

__________. Women and Land in Post-Contract Hawaii. Honolulu: s.n., 1984. "A talk presented to the Department of Anthropology, University of Hawaii at Manoa." "February 29, 1984." 22 leaves.

Focuses on Native Hawaiian women and social and economic changes in the nineteenth century.

 

Lopez, Lehua. Changing Images: Working Women in Hawaii. Honolulu: General Assistance Center for the Pacific, College of Education, University of Hawaii and State Commission on the Status of Women, 1976. 35 p.

Instructional material for upper elementary school students of brief statements on career dreams and experiences by women in various occupations.

 

Lowe, Ruby Hasegawa. Lili'uokalani. Illustrated by Robin Yoko Burningham. Honolulu: Kamehameha Schools/Bernice Pauahi Bishop Estate, Community Education Division, Intermediate Reading Program, 1993. x, 101 p. Hawaiian language ed., 1994

Juvenile biography of the queen (1838-1917) . Includes numerous black and white illustrations.

 

Luke, Elyse L. "The Impact of Socioeconomic Status on Breast Cancer Incidence among Women in Hawaii." M.S. thesis (Public Health), University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1998. vii, 32 leaves.

Master's thesis on cancer risk among Caucasian women and those of five ethnic backgrounds.

 

Luo, Tsun-yin. Ethnic Variations in Sexual Victimization : a Preliminary Analysis of Caucasian, Asian and mixed-Asian Victims in Hawaii. 1987. 28, [12] leaves.

General and specific profiles of female rape victims.

 

__________. "Sexual Harassment and Sexual Assault: University Students' Attitudes Towards Sexual Victimization of Women." Ph.D. dissertation (Sociology), University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1991. xiii, 255 leaves.

Dissertation on responses to questionnaires sent to forty-three University of Hawaii at Manoa classes in 1990 on attitudes towards victimization of women.

 

Lyman, Sarah Joiner. Sarah Joiner Lyman of Hawaii - Her Story Compiled From the Journal and Letters of Sarah Joiner Lyman. Hilo, HI: Lyman House Memorial Museum, 1970. 201 p. Later published as Part I of The Lymans of Hilo, 1979.

Life of a missionary's wife (1805-1885) based on her journals from 1830 until her death, compiled by a great-grand daughter. Sarah and her husband, David, founded and operated the Hilo Boarding School on Hawaii Island.

 

The Lymans of Hilo. Part 1 edited by Margaret Greer Martin. Part 2 by Nettie Hammond Lyman, Kathryn Lyman Bond, and Ethel M. Damon. Rev. ed. Hilo, HI: Lyman House Memorial Museum, 1979. Part 1 originally published: Sarah Joiner Lyman of Hawaii - Her Own Story, 1970. Part 2 originally published: Damon, Ethel Moseley. David Belden Lyman, Sarah Joiner Lyman, 1832-1932, 1932.

Part 1 is the journal of Sarah Joiner Lyman (1805-1885), wife of missionary David Belden Lyman. Part 2 is on the Hilo Boarding School on Hawaii Island which they founded and operated. Includes black and white photographs

 

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Mallery, Lynette Rose. "The Wailuku Female Seminary 1836-1850: a Partial History." M.Ed. thesis (Educational Foundations), University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1983. xii, 173 leaves.

Master's thesis on role of New England missionaries in the education of Hawaiian women. The school was the first formal boarding school organized by missionaries for these women.

 

Mangialetti, Nada Rose. "The Incidence of Bulimia and Anorexia Nervosa in College Women on O'ahu." M.A. thesis (Psychology), University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1982.

Master's thesis; proposes a "clearly defined diagnostic test and a new instrument to detect and classify ... abnormal eating behaviors."

 

Martin, Tracy Lynn. "Adolescent Pregnancy in the State of Hawaii." M.Ed. thesis (Educational Foundations), University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1989. 108 leaves.

Master's thesis on teen pregnancy.

 

Mathews, Cheryl, Joan Okuno, and Jill Gavin Young. "A Study of Attitudes Toward the Roles of Women; a Comparison of Attitudes Toward the Roles of Women of Japanese and Caucasian Social Science Students at the University of Hawaii." M.S.W. (Social Work) project, University of Hawaii, 1974. iv, 59, [14] leaves.

Social work paper compares male and female undergraduate students, unmarried and ages 16-26 to determine significant differences in attitude between Caucasian and Japanese and between men and women toward roles of women.

 

Matsudał Mari J., ed. Called From Within: Early Women Lawyers of Hawaii. Introduction by Mari J. Matsuda. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 1992. xvi, 344 p.

Biographies of seventeen women lawyers admitted to the bar between 1888 and 1959: Marguerite Kamehaokalani Ashford, Rose August, Harriet Bouslog, Carrick Hume Buck, Sau Ung Loo Chan, Jean Vaughan Gilbert, Betty Barrett Gillette, Almeda Eliza Hitchcock (Moore), Alana Wai Lan Wong Lau, Rhoda Lewis, Ruth Winifred Loomis, Marybeth Yuen Maul, Patsy Takemoto Mink, Lily Miyamoto Okamoto, Mary Helen McCrea Stevens Weaver Pitts, Margaret Scott Tekeli, Betty Morrison Vitousek. Also, "Other Women in the Law Before Statehood." Includes black and white photographs.

 

Mattson Sunderland Research and Planning Associates, Inc. Women Employed by the City and County of Honolulu: a Focus Group Study. Honolulu. The Associates. 1992. 58 p.

Detailed report on outcome of three separate but complementary efforts with the same objective to examine quality of worklife.

 

McDermott, John W. Kelleys of the Outrigger. Edited by B. L. Hughes. Honolulu: ORAFA Pub. Co., 1990. 243 p.

Biography of Estelle and Roy Kelley who came to Hawaii in 1929; developed and operated the Outrigger Hotels, one of the island's largest hotel chains. Includes black and white photographs.

 

Mellen, Kathleen (Dickenson). Hawaiian Heritage, a Brief Illustrated History. New York: Hastings House, 1963. 120 p.

Short illustrated stories of the Hawaiian royal family. Includes a short biography of the author on the book jacket not found in her other books.

 

__________. Hawaiian Majesty. London: Melrose, 1954. 224 p. Originally published with title: The Magnificent Matriarch, Kaahumanu, Queen of Hawaii, 1952.

Sequel to author's Lonely Warrior. Biography of Queen Ka'ahumanu, favorite wife of Kamehameha I. Covers the period from his death in 1819 until her death in 1832.

 

__________. The Magnificent Matriarch, Kaahumanu, Queen of Hawaii. New York, Hasting House, 1952. 291 p. Published later with title Hawaiian Majesty, 1954.

 

Melton, Sherry C., Mary A. Nickerson, and Linda E. Roggow. "A Study of the Effects of Separation on Wives." M.S.W. (Social Work) project, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1978. 29, [22] leaves.

Social work paper on factors affecting Navy wives of men assigned to submarines.

 

Memories of Majesty at Hanaiakamalama, Queen Emma Summer Palace. Text by Susan Mau Soong. Honolulu: Daughters of Hawaii, 1997. 40 p. Text in English and Hawaiian.

Pictorial work with brief text of Queen Emma's (1836-1885) summer home in Nu'uanu, Honolulu. Color photographs.

 

Midler, Bette. A View from a Broad. Photography by Sean Russell. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1980. 150 p.

Travels of Hollywood film and television entertainer born (1945) and raised in Hawaii.

 

Minton, Nalani, and Noenoe K. Silva. Kuye: the Hui Aloha 'Aina Anti-Annexation Petitions, 1897-1898. Honolulu: 1998. Includes facsimile of Palapala Hoopii Kue Hoohuiaina = Petition Against Annexation. ix,55,571 p. Text in English and Hawaiian.

Introductory essays; consists mainly of photocopy of petition, "Palapala Hoopii Kue Hoohuiaina" [Petition Against Annexation] to protest annexation by the United States. Over 20,000 signatures of Native Hawaiians of all ages and sex were collected by the women of the political organization, Hui Aloha 'Aina, and submitted to the U.S. Congress in 1897.
SEE ALSO Silva, Noenoe. Ke Kuye Kupaya Loa Nei Makou.

 

Mitsuyoshi, Karen Sumie. "Kotowaza and the Kokoro of Leadership of Japanese American Female School Administrators in Hawaii." Ph.D. dissertation, Brigham Young University, 1996. xvi, 387 leaves.

Dissertation on Japanese female educators as related to Japanese cultural values of kotowaza (wise phrases, proverbs) and kokoro (heart, soul, spirit). Includes Americanization of these women.

 

Mookini, Esther T. "Keopuolani, Sacred Wife, Queen Mother, 1778-1823." Hawaiian Journal of History, v. 32, 1998. pp. 1-24.

Article on Keopuolani (circa 1788-1823), sacred wife of Kamehameha I, and mother of Nahiyenayena and Kamehameha II and III.

 

Moral Wars: Voices of the Past and Present: a Viewer's Guide. Sponsored by Kapi'olani Community College, Office of Community Services and The Mission Houses Museum. Honolulu: s.n., 1986. 60 p.

Viewer's guide to an exhibit includes biographical sketch of Kina'u (circa 1805-1839), Kuhina Nui (Premier) of Hawaii, message from her, a portrait drawing, and "Kaahumanu Address To Her People" in 1825.

 

Morris, Sylvia Jukes. Rage for Fame: the Ascent of Clare Boothe Luce. New York: Random House, 1997. 561 p.

Includes some information while Mrs. Luce (1903-1987), wife of publisher of Time magazine, lived in Hawaii during her later years.

 

Mother Marianne, a Sister of St. Francis; a Brief Sketch of Her Life. Syracuse, N.Y.: St. Anthony Convent and Motherhouse, 19--. 19 p.

Brief biography of Mother Marianne Cope (1839-1918), the Catholic sister (nun) who worked for thirty years at the Hansen's settlement at Kalaupapa at Moloka'i. Includes black and white portrait.

 

Mrantz, Maxine. Hawaii's Tragic Princess: Kaiulani, the Girl Who Never Got to Rule. Honolulu: Aloha Graphic and Sales, 1980. 38 p.

Biography of young heiress (1875-1899) to the Hawaiian throne who died at age twenty-three. Includes black and white photographs.

 

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Nahulu, Genevieve. Genevieve Nahulu of Nanakuli: a Life History: as Told to Yvonne Yarber. Honolulu: Hawaii Dept. of Education, 1991. xii, 95 p.

Autobiography of a Native Hawaiian teacher and her life in a Hawaiian community on O'ahu. Includes many black and white photographs.

 

Nakamura, Elaine A. "The Lived Experience of Women With HIV in Hawaii." M.S. thesis (Nursing), University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1995. viii, 80 leaves.

Master's thesis on the experiences of women with HIV.

 

Nelligan, Peter. "Social Change and Rape Law in Hawaii." Ph.D. dissertation (Political Science), University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1983.

Dissertation on "social influences on the form and content of the legal prohibition against rape ... from prior to western contact in 1778 through 1981."

 

Nelson, Victoria. My Time in Hawaii: a Polynesian Memoir. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1989. xii, 242 p.

Autobiography of physical and spiritual journey of a teacher (born 1945) who came to the islands in 1969 and stayed for several years teaching at the University of Hawaii at Manoa and exploring the islands through archaeology and literature.

 

Neuman, Nancy M., ed. True to Ourselves: a Celebration of Women Making a Difference. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass Publishers, 1998. xx, 246 p.

Includes a short chapter by Patsy Takemoto Mink (born 1927), "A Change in Plans" (p. 136-141), first Japanese American woman Representative to U.S. House of Representatives, 1965-1977 and 1990 - . Includes black and white portrait.

 

Neva, Pepi, ed. Filipina: Hawaii's Filipino Women. Honolulu: FAUW [Filipino Association of American University Women] Publications, 1994. 101 p.

Essays on Filipinas in rural communities, in various professions, on Filipino culture. Includes comparative statistics with other ethnic groups in Hawaii, and black and white photographs.

 

Newman, Shirlee Petkin. Liliuokalani, Young Hawaiian Queen. Illustrated by Leslie Goldstein. Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1960. 192 p.

Juvenile biography of Hawaii's last monarch (1838-1917). Includes black and white illustrations.

 

Nguyen, The Thanh. "Prevalence of Herpes Virus Hominis Infection Among Women in Honolulu." M.S. thesis (Public Health), University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1975. ix, 51 leaves.

Master's thesis on prevalence of infection by age, race, marital status, and education.

 

1979 Statewide Women's Conference. Sponsored by the State Commission on the Status of Women in cooperation with the County Committees on the Status of Women. Honolulu, 1979. 71 p.

Articles, statistics from 1979 conference on women. Includes black and white photographs.

 

Nishigaya, Linda. Historical Recollections of the American Association of University Women, Honolulu Branch, 1905-1995. Honolulu: American Association of University Women, Honolulu Branch, 1995. v, 89 p.

History of Honolulu Branch of the AAUW; lists of presidents, awards granted.

 

Nordyke, Eleanor C., and Martha H. Noyes. "'Kaulana Na Pua': a Voice for Sovereignty." Hawaiian Journal of History, v. 27 (1993). pp. 27-42.

Article on a Hawaiian nationalistic song composed shortly after the deposing of Queen Lili'uokalani in January 1893. The words are attributed to Native Hawaiian Ellen Prendergast (photograph on front cover). Includes black and white photograph of Native Hawaiian songwriter Maddy Lam.
SEE ALSO Amy Stillman's article "'Aloha Aina': New Perspectives on 'Kaulana Na Pua,'" Hawaiian Journal of History, v. 33, 1999. pp. 83-99.

 

Nunes, Shiho S., and Sara Nunes-Atabaki. The Shishu Ladies of Hilo: Japanese Embroidery in Hawaii. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 1999. xiv, 141 p.

History of women and several men on Hawaii Island who did embroidery. Includes color and black and white photographs and illustrations.

 

Nyhan, Mary Kathleen. "Attitudes of Social Workers Toward the Role of Women: Conservative or Contemporary." M.S.W. (Social Work) project, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1977. vii, 45 leaves.

Social work paper on graduate students, faculty, and staff of the University of Hawaii at Manoa School of Social Work concludes that the major determinant of one's attitudes toward the role of women in society is sex, although ethnicity is also important.

 

Nyland, Jean Louise. "The Effect of Exposure to Female Role Models on Women's Self-Perception and Career Aspiration." Ph.D. dissertation (Psychology), University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1981. x, 175 leaves.

Dissertation on influence of role models on Caucasian and Japanese women in Hawaii. Concludes that for Caucasian women a role model does affect career orientation and aspiration. Self-perceptions relative to Caucasian men are not low. Japanese women do not exhibit the same characteristics.

 

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O'ahu Spouse Abuse Task Force. Breaking the cycle of violence: a report on spouse abuse on O'ahu and recommendations for change / prepared by the O'ahu Spouse Abuse Task Force. Honolulu: O'ahu Spouse Abuse Task Force, 1986. 1 v. (various pagings)

Report on legal aspects and social services with recommendations.

 

Oana, Leilani Kyoko. "Ethnocultural Identification in Sansei Females: an Evaluation of Alternative Measures." M.A. thesis (Psychology), University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1981. xi, 124 leaves.

Master's thesis on 140 sansei (third generation Japanese American) females at the University of Hawaii at Manoa and their attitudes toward ethnicity.

 

O'Hara, Jean. Honolulu Harlot: [an Expose of Honolulu Vice Conditions]. Honolulu, s.n., Copyright applied for Nov. 11, 1944. 48 p.

Autobiography of a Hawaii prostitute born in Chicago in 1913 who writes about the Honolulu police and prostitution.

 

__________. My Life as a Honolulu Prostitute. 1944. [4]. 40, [2] leaves. Later published as a book, Honolulu Harlot, Copyright applied for Nov. 11, 1944.

Paper written by a Hawaii prostitute.

 

Oral Histories of the Native Hawaiian Elderly: on the Island of Hawaii, Kauai, Lanai, Maui, and Molokai. Honolulu: Native Hawaiian Resource Center, Alu Like, Inc., 1989. 290 p.

Oral histories include ten Native Hawaiian elderly women: Margaret Alapai, Martha Lum Ho, Miriam P. Hokoana, Miriam Kia Kapahu, Minnie Kaawaloa, Theresa Marzo, Pearl H.K. Nelson, Eva Poaha Peelua, Victoria Thomas, Rose Tipon.

 

Oral Histories of the Native Hawaiian Elderly: on the Island of O'ahu. Honolulu: Native Hawaiian Resource Center, Alu Like, Inc., 1989. 468 p.

Oral histories include sixteen women: Lucille Brown, Maryann K. Freudenberg, Elizabeth Fujinaga, Ellen Heen, Mary K. Jamito, Margaret Kalima, Sarah Kawailima, Elizabeth Ke-a, Victoria Kekuaokalani, Mildred Lum King, Mary Lindsey, Mary N. Mossman, Hilda Mutch, Jessie Piimauna, Mabel Ramos, Agnes Wright.

 

Our Rights, Our Lives: a Guide to Women's Legal Rights in Hawaii. Edited by Elizabeth Jubin Fujiwara, Leslie A. Hayashi, Joan Polhamus Creaddick, and Sara Lyn Smith with assistance from State Commission on the Status of Women. 2nd ed. Honolulu: Hawaii Women Lawyers, 1991. xiv, 186 p. 1st ed., 1990.

1991 handbook on various aspects of the law relating to women "written by women for women who want the law to work for them." The 1999 edition is issued in five separate parts.
SEE citations below.

 

Our Rights, Our Lives: a Guide to Women's Legal Rights in Hawaii. Crimes Against Women and Children. Edited by Daphne Barbee-Wooten, Pamela Berman Byrne, Elizabeth Jubin Fujiwara, Susan Orlando Liu, and Robin Wurtzel. Honolulu: Hawaii Women Lawyers, 1996. 54 p.

1996 handbook on laws on crimes against women and children.

 

Our Rights, Our Lives: a Guide to Women's Legal Rights in Hawaii. Women and Domestic Relations. Edited by Daphne Barbee-Wooten, Pamela Berman Byrne, Elizabeth Jubin Fujiwara, Susan Orlando Liu, and Robin Wurtzel. Honolulu: Hawaii Women Lawyers, 1996. 58 p.

1996 handbook on laws on domestic relations.

 

Our Rights, Our Lives: a Guide to Women's Legal Rights in Hawaii. Women and Employment. Edited by Daphne Barbee-Wooten, Pamela Berman Byrne, Elizabeth Jubin Fujiwara, Susan Orlando Liu, and Robin Wurtzel. Honolulu: Hawaii Women Lawyers, 1996. 78 p.

1996 handbook on laws on women and employment.

 

Our Rights, Our Lives: a Guide to Women's Legal Rights in Hawaii. Women and Government Benefits/Insurance. Edited by Daphne Barbee-Wooten, Pamela Berman Byrne, Elizabeth Jubin Fujiwara, Susan Orlando Liu, and Robin Wurtzel. Honolulu: Hawaii Women Lawyers, 1996. 38 p.

1996 handbook on laws on women, government benefits and insurance.

 

Our Rights, Our Lives: a Guide to Women's Legal Rights in Hawaii. Women and Finance/Housing. Edited by Daphne Barbee-Wooten, Pamela Berman Byrne, Elizabeth Jubin Fujiwara, Susan Orlando Liu, and Robin Wurtzel. Honolulu: Hawaii Women Lawyers, 1996. 78 p.

1996 handbook on laws on women, finance and housing.

 

Our Rights, Our Lives: a Guide to Women's Legal Rights in Hawaii. Women and the Law. Edited by Daphne Barbee-Wooten, Pamela Berman Byrne, Elizabeth Jubin Fujiwara, Susan Orlando Liu, and Robin Wurtzel. Honolulu: Hawaii Women Lawyers, 1996. 54 p.

1996 handbook on women and the law in general.

 

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Pacific Basin Conference, Honolulu: 1977. East Meets West; Culturally Conditioned Views of the Role of Women, February 28-March 5, 1977. Honolulu: East-West Center, 1977. 184 p.

Proceedings of the conference, include papers read by participants.

 

Pai, Margaret K. The Dreams of Two Yi-min ["Immigrants"]. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 1989. 200 p.

Biography of the author's Korean immigrant parents, Hee Kyung Lee and husband Do In Kwon who came to Hawaii in the early twentieth century. Includes black and white photographs.

 

Pan-Pacific and Southeast Asia Women's Association. Women of the Pacific; Proceedings of Conference. Honolulu: The Association, 1928. 1 v.

Proceedings of the Pan-Pacific Women's Association (later Pan-Pacific and Southeast Asia Women's Association) conference discussed concerns of women throughout the Pacific and Asia. The headquarters were in Honolulu and many of the participants were from Hawaii

 

Peterson, H. Jane. "Attitudes and Knowledge About Menopause: a Descriptive Study of Women in Hawaii." M.S. thesis (Nursing), University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1997. vii, 92 leaves.

Master's thesis on attitudes of women and knowledge about menopause, by race, age, education, and income.

 

Picture Bride: a Viewer's Guide. Los Angeles: Thousand Cranes Filmworks, 1995. 24 p.

Brief guide of essays to the feature film/videotape about a Japanese picture bride who arrives in Hawaii in 1918 to live on a sugar plantation. Includes black and white photographs.

 

Piltz, Josephine Amanti. Round the World and Back to You: Hawaiian Education and the Influence of Mary Lyon. Honolulu: 1983. 1 v. (various foliations)

Mary Lyon of Mount Holyoke Female Seminary in Massachusetts taught at least twenty-five women from Hawaii between 1820 and 1880. Includes list of these women, with brief biographical information. Includes photocopy of black and white photographs.

 

Pleadwell, Frank Lester. The Voyage to England of King Liholiho and Queen Kamamalu. Essay read at the meeting of the Social Science Association, 71st season on the evening of June 2, 1952. Honolulu: 1952. 33 leaves.

Account of the death in 1824 of Kamamalu (born circa 1803) , one of the wives of Kamehameha II (Liholiho) (1796-1834)), who traveled with him to England where they died of measles.

 

Plummer, Carol Milani. "The Relationship Between Ethnic Identity and Eating Disorder Symptomatology in Native Hawaiian Females." M.A. thesis (Psychology), University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1995. vi, 46 leaves.

Master's thesis on social aspects and ethnic identity from eating disorders of Native Hawaiian women in the late 1990s.

 

Porteus, Elizabeth [Betty] Dole. My Twentieth Century Philosophy. New York: Carlton Press, 1987.††† 128 p.

Autobiography and philosophy of a missionary descendant, housewife, wife of politician David Hebden Porteus, and daughter of James D. Dole, pineapple pioneer.

 

Powell, Ruth Bancroft. Princess Kaiulani: the Hope of Hawaii. Honolulu: R.B. Powell, 1954. 35 p.

Short biography of young heiress (1875-1899) to the Hawaiian throne highlighting her sad life in Hawaii and England.

 

Prestowitz, Carol Ann. "A Comparison of the Supervisory Behavior of Female and Male Administrators in the Public Service of the State of Hawaii." M.A. thesis (Political Science), University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1969. xi, 122 leaves.

Master's thesis on supervisors and subordinates in the employment of the state of Hawaii who completed a questionnaire. Results show that individual personality differences rather than sex, education, or experience determines supervisory behavior. This study also compares job performance and job satisfaction of subordinates working for women and of those working for men.

 

Programs to Promote Equity in Education and Employment: University of Hawaii/Manoa Campus. Honolulu: University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1990. 49 p.

Lists and briefly describes the U. H. Commission on the Status of Women and special programs; written mainly for students.

 

Pukui, Mary Kawena. 'Olelo No'eau: Hawaiian Proverbs & Poetical Sayings. Collected, translated, and annotated by Mary Kawena Pukui; illustrated by Dietrich Varez. Honolulu: Bishop Museum Press, 1983. xix, [1], 351 p. Earlier ed., 1961. Text in English and Hawaiian.

Includes biographical sketch of Mary Pukui (1895-1986), foremost Native Hawaiian informant on language and culture, in introduction to an extensive compilation of Hawaiian proverbs with English translation. Includes brown and white drawings.

 

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Rappolt, Miriam E. Queen Emma: a Woman of Vision. Kailua, HI, Press Pacifica, 1991. 208 p.

Biography of Queen Emma (1836-1885), wife of King Kamehameha IV (Alexander Liholiho).

 

Reece, Kim Taylor. Wahine [Women]. Sacred Falls, HI: Kim Taylor Reece Productions, 1999.

Black and white photographs of women, brief text.

 

Rhodes, Daisy Chun. Passages to Paradise: Early Korean Immigrant Narratives From Hawaii. Los Angeles, CA: Academia Koreana ; Keimyung University Press, 1998. xxiii, 288 p. Oral history cassettes are in the Rare Hawaiian Collection, University of Hawaii at Manoa Library.

Accounts of many hardships of thirty-three Korean women, including the author. Based on oral histories conducted by the author. Includes black and white photographs.

 

Richards, Mary C. Sweet Voices of Lahaina: Life Story of Maui's Fabulous Fardens. Aiea, HI: Island Heritage Publishing, 1990. 89 p.

Musical Native Hawaiian Farden family originally of Maui includes six women, among them Irmgard Aluli. Includes many black and white photographs.

 

Richards, William (Rev.). Memoir of Keopuolani, Late Queen of the Sandwich Islands. Boston: Crocker & Brewters, 1825. 55 p.

Short biography of Keopuolani (circa 1778-1823), sacred wife of Kamehameha I, mother of Nahiyenayena and Kamehameha II and III. Includes chants and her genealogy in Hawaiian. Includes black and white illustrations.

 

__________. The Prophetic Vision of Keopuolani: the Sacred Queen of Hawaii. Honolulu: Native Hawaiian Land Trust Task Force, 1982. With additional material by Mitsuo Uyehara. Includes reprint of Richards's Memoir of Keopuolani, Late Queen of the Sandwich Islands, Boston: Crocker & Brewster, 1825. xii, 60 p.

Memorial to Keopuolani (circa 1778-1823), sacred wife of Kamehameha I.
SEE annotation above for Memoir to Keopuolani ... . Foreword by Uyehara discusses history and land rights of Native Hawaiians.

 

Rizzuto, Shirley. Hawaii's Pathfinders. Illustrations by Lyn Lawrence. Honolulu: Bess Press, 1983. xiii, 114 p.

Juvenile biographies include Ka'ahumanu (died 1832), favorite wife of Kamehameha I; Bernice Pauahi Bishop (1831-1884) whose will lead to the founding of the Kamehameha Schools for Native Hawaiians; and Anna Lindsey Perry-Fiske (1900-1995), rancher on the island of Hawaii. Includes black and white portraits and illustrations.

 

Rooks, Sheri Crowley. "The Feminist Label and Violations of Expectations." Master's thesis (Speech), University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1991. 93 leaves.

Master's thesis on feminist labeling and expectations of 282 University of Hawaii at Manoa speech students.

 

Russell, Anne. "Patsy Takemoto Mink: Political Woman." Ph.D. dissertation (American Studies), University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1977. vii, 213 leaves.

Dissertation based on interviews with Mink (born 1927) and others, her writings, upbringing, and reviews her role in Hawaii and as first Japanese American woman elected to U.S. House of Representatives.

 

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Saiki, Patsy Sumie. Japanese Women in Hawaii: the First 100 Years. Honolulu: Kisaku Inc., 1985. 158 p.

History of Japanese women includes diversity of these women and their significant role in Hawaii's history.

 

St. Marie, Dorothy. "A Descriptive Study of Lesbian Mothers." M.S.W. (Social Work) project, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1976. iv, 116 leaves.

Social work paper on questionnaires answered by lesbian mothers of various ages and ethnic background to explore their experiences discovering their lesbianism, attitudes toward their lesbianism, relationships with their children, and problems related to their lesbianism.

 

Salazar, Helena Kalokuokamaile Wilcox. Kaahumanu Diamond Jubilee: a Brief History. Honolulu: Distributed by the Kaahumanu Society, 1980. 73 p.

History of Ka'ahumanu Society, founded in 1905, a social and historical organization named after the first Kuhina Nui (Premier), and favorite wife of Kamehameha I. Text in English and Hawaiian. Includes chants and black and white illustrations.

 

Salice, Barbara Farenga. "Palapala [Writing]: Language, Literacy, and Learning Among Native Hawaiian Women in Waimanalo, Hawaii." Ed.D. dissertation (Education), University of Southern California, 1991. vii, 142 leaves.

Dissertation on attitudes of Native Hawaiian women in the 1980s toward learning to read and write.

 

Saranchock, Judith. "Women at the Helm: Stories of Three Hawaii Leaders." Ed.D. dissertation (Education), Brigham Young University, 1996. vii, 223 p.

Dissertation on three public school administrators of the late twentieth century: Geraldine Ichimura, Margaret Yuriko K. Oda, and Catherine Payne.

 

Sato, Kathleen. "Gender, Race and Perceived Stress in Early Adolescence." M.Ed. thesis (Counseling and Guidance), University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1992.

Master's thesis on 284 urban intermediate students and their appraisal of "perceived stress" in a multi-racial sample.

 

Sato, Robin April. "Battered Women and Depression: a Paradigmatic-Behavioral Perspective." Ph.D. dissertation (Psychology), University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1989. ix, 240 leaves.

Dissertation on 106 battered women on O'ahu, Maui, Kaua'i, and Hawaii Island.

 

Saville, Jennifer. Georgia O'Keefe, Paintings of Hawaii. Honolulu: Honolulu Academy of Arts, 1990. 79 p.

Exhibit catalog of noted painter's (1887-1986) works in the 1940s of Hawaii's landscapes, fruit and flora. Includes colored and black and white reproductions of her artwork.

 

Sawyer, Gene. Vignettes of Hawaii, 1948, 1949. G. Sawyer, 1949. 150 p.

Radio releases broadcast on national radio in 1948-1949 featured over forty women of various ethnicities from all walks of life.

 

Schuetter, Renee M. "Biracial Women's Identity Development." M.A. thesis (Counseling and Guidance), University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1991.

Thesis on four Asian-Caucasian women to determine complex process of biracial identity development.

 

Sciortino-Brudzynski, Anna P. "An Exploratory Evaluation of a Men's Spouse Abuse Treatment Program at the Community Mental Health Clinic, Schofield Barracks, Hawaii." M.S.W. (Social Work) project, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1988. iii, 32 leaves.

Social work paper on wife abuse at a military base on O'ahu.

 

Seminar Proceedings: the Privileged Women?: a Seminar Presented by Members of the Governor's Commission on the Status of Women, November 7, 8, 9, 1968. Sponsored by: Governor John A. Burns. Presented by: Members of the Ad Hoc Commission on the Status of Women in Cooperation with: Hawaii Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs, Inc. and the Conference Center, Division of Continuing Education & Community Service, University of Hawaii. Honolulu: 1968. 19 leaves.

Brief report on conference to raise the status of women.

 

Sereno, Aeko. "Images of the Hula Dancer and "Hula Girl," 1778-1960." Ph.D. dissertation (American Studies), University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1990. x, 274 leaves.

Dissertation on historical depictions and perceptions of the female hula dancer. Includes black and white photographs.

 

Sheed, Wilfrid. Clare Boothe Luce. New York: Dutton, 1982. vii, 183 p. [32] p. of plates.

Includes a few pages on the author (1903-1987) and wife of publisher of Time magazine while living in Hawaii during her later years.

 

Sheldon, John G.M. "The True Story of Kaluaiko'olau, or Ko'olau the Leper." Translated with a foreword by Frances N. Frazier from the Hawaiian of John G.M. Sheldon's (Kahikina Kelekona), Kaluaikoolau ... , 1906. Hawaiian Journal of History, v. 21, 1987. pp. 1-41.

Article translated almost in its entirety of an account by Piilani about her husband Ko'olau (1862?-1896). In Kalalau Valley, Kaua'i in 1893 he killed deputy sheriff Louis Stolz, and was accused of murdering four others while resisting capture and confinement at the Hansen's Disease settlement on Moloka'i. Includes black and white photographs.

 

Shera, Caroline Sharman. "The Henry and Dorothy Castle Memorial Kindergarten: a Transnational Perspective." M.Ed. thesis (Educational Foundations), University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1996. xii, 125 leaves.

Master's thesis on the history and educational philosophy of the founders of a pioneering kindergarten in the early twentieth century which became the pre-school of Teachers College at the University of Hawaii at Manoa.

 

Shiraki, Nancy, and Atsuko Hasegawa, eds. Hosha, a Pictorial History of Jodo Shinshu Women in Hawaii. Honolulu: Hawaii Federation of Honpa Hongwanji Buddhist Women's Associations, 1988. 208 p.

Commemorative project of 100th anniversary of Honpa Hongwanji Mission, largest Buddhist sect in Hawaii. Records achievements of women members and female ministers. Hosha refers to the expression of gratitude in Buddhism. Includes black and white and colored photographs.

 

Shockley, Marylou. "Analysis of Brand Choice: Cosmetics Used by University of Hawaii Women." Honolulu: 1965. 44, 6 leaves.

University of Hawaii at Manoa senior honors thesis; "Specific aspects of cosmetic usage and preference such as brand loyalty, factors motivating purchase, and correlation between demographic factors and cosmetic usage are emphasized and discussed in this report."

 

Silva, Noenoe K. The 1897 Petitions Protesting Annexation. [1998]. 2 vols. (8, [577] leaves) Includes bibliographical references (leaf 8, first group). Includes photocopies of Palapala Hoopii Kue Hoohuiaina = Petition against Annexation, and selected materials from RG 46, Records of the U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations, Sen. 55A-J11.2, Petitions relating to the annexation of the Hawaiian Islands, from the 55th Congress, 1897. 2 v. [8,577] leaves. Text in English and Hawaiian.

Essentially the same, but without introductory essays, as Minton, Nalani, and Noenoe Silva, Ku'e: the Hui Aloha 'Aina Anti-Annexation Petitions, 1897-1898.

 

__________. "Ke Kuye Kupaya Loa Nei Makou: Kanaka Maoli Resistance to Colonization." Ph.D. dissertation (Political Science), University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1999. ix, 228 leaves. Text in English and Hawaiian.

Dissertation refutes belief that Native Hawaiians did not resist annexation by the United States. Based on Hawaiian language newspapers. Includes the role of the women of Hui Aloha 'Aina.
SEE Kuye by Minton, Nalani, and Noenoe Silva.

 

Silverman, Jane. Kaahumanu, Molder of Change. Honolulu: Friends of the Judiciary History Center, 1987. 101 p.

Biography of favorite wife (died 1832) of King Kamehameha I and Kuhina Nui (Premier) and regent after his death.

 

__________. "To Marry Again," Hawaiian Journal of History, v. 17, 1983. pp. 64-75.

Article on laws on remarriage of women and men in nineteenth century Hawaii.

 

Sinclair, Marjorie. "Nahienaena, Hawaiian Princess." Hawaiian Journal of History, v. 3, 1969. pp. 3-30.

Article on daughter (1815-1836) of Kamehameha I and his sacred wife, Keopuolani.

 

__________. Nahiyenayena, Sacred Daughter of Hawaii. Honolulu: University Press of Hawaii, 1976. 177 p.

Biography of Nahiyenayena (1815-1836) whose life foreshadowed the increasing dilemma of the Native Hawaiian people.

 

__________. "The Sacred Wife of Kamehameha I: Keopuolani." Hawaiian Journal of History, v.5, 1971. pp. 3-23.

Article on Keopuolani (circa 1778-1823), mother of Nahiyenayena, Kamehameha II and III.

 

Sing, Anne B. J. "yI'm not a Feminist, but...' an Examination of a Sample of Undergraduate Students' Attitudes Toward Feminism and Feminists, at the University of Hawaii at Manoa." M.A. thesis (Communication), University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1999. xii, 171 p.

Thesis on relationships between responses and identification as a feminist.

 

Singletary, Milly. Hilo Hattie, a Legend in Our Time; a Biography. Honolulu: Singletary, 1979.††† 191 p.
Tribute to Native Hawaiian Clara Inter (born Clara Haili,1901-1979) whose singing and dancing of the hula brought happiness to many. Includes black and white photographs.

 

Sloat, Ann Renwick. "The Medical Response to Battered Women: Victimhood, Medicalization and Gender." Ph.D. dissertation (Anthropology), University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1998. vi, 266 leaves.

Dissertation on emergency medical services to battered women in Honolulu.

 

Smith, Patty. Mango Days: A Teenager Facing Eternity; Reflects on the Beauty of Life. Pasadena, CA: Hope Publishing House 1993. 133 p.

Young author's (1962-1981) battle against cancer is seen through her journal, letters and poems.

 

Smith, Wilda M. and Eleanor A. Bogart. The Wars of Peggy Hull: the Life and Times of a War Correspondent. El Paso, TX: Texas Western Press, The University of Texas at El Paso, 1991. 305 p.

A brief section is on early career of journalist (1889-1967) who spent 1912 working at Honolulu's newspapers. Includes black and white photographs.

 

Sobrero, Gina. An Italian Baroness in Hawaii: the Travel Diary of Gina Sobrero, Bride of Robert Wilcox, 1887. Translated by Edgar C. Knowlton from the Italian title, Espariata: da Torino ad Honolulu (1908). Foreword by Helen C. Chapin ; introduction by Nancy J. Morris ; afterword by Cristina Bacchilega. Honolulu: Hawaiian Historical Society, 1991. 144 p.

Travel diary to Honolulu of the Italian first wife (1863-1912) of Robert William Wilcox (1855-1903), elected the first Territorial delegate to the U.S. Congress in 1900. Includes black and white photographs.

 

Soong, Irma Tam. Chinese American Refugee: A World War II Memoir. Honolulu: Hawaii Chinese History Center, 1984. xiv, 131 p.

Autobiography of author's (1912-2001) experiences in China. Includes black and white photographs.

 

Sorensen, Betty Dyer. Born and Raised in Waikiki. Santa Cruz, CA: Limu Press, 1995. 228 p.

Autobiography of the author born in 1922 who lived in WaikÔkÔ for many years. Includes black and white photographs.

 

Souza, Stephen Peter. "The Interests and Goals of Lower Division Women in Teachers College and the College of Business Administration at the University of Hawaii as Measured by the Vocational Sentence Completion Blank." M.A. thesis (Psychology), University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1953. v, 108 leaves.

Master's thesis on female students and vocational plans in the early 1950s.

 

Spink, Linda and Mary Jane Dobson. "The Long Range Impact of Rape: a Victim Follow-up." M.S.W. (Social Work) project, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1979. 54 leaves.

Social work paper on female rape victims and their problems over various time periods.

 

Spousal Abuse, the Private Crime: Civil and Criminal Issues / CLE. Honolulu: The University of Hawaii, Richardson School of Law, 1987. 106 p.

Issued for workshop held in 1987 by the Hawaii Institute for Continuing Legal Education, Hawaii State Committee on Family Violence, Hawaii Women Lawyers.

 

Staley, Mildred Ernestine. Tapestry of Memories, an Autobiography. Hilo, HI: Hilo Tribune Herald, 1944. 232 p.

Autobiography of a physician (1865-1947), daughter of Honolulu's first Anglican bishop and god-daughter of Queen Emma and King Kamehameha IV. She won world distinction for her contributions to medical science with special attention to psychiatry and child welfare.

 

Stanley, Fay. The Last Princess: the Story of Princess Ka'iulani of Hawaii. Illustrated by Diane Stanley. New York: Four Winds Press ; Toronto: Collier Macmillan Canada ; New York: Maxwell Macmillan International, 1991. 40 p.

Juvenile biography with colorful illustrations on the life of young heiress (1875-1899) to the Hawaiian throne who died at age twenty-three.

 

Starn, Jane Ryburn. DISC Drug Identification, Screening, Counseling Model for Drug Abusing Childbearing Women and Their Children in Hawaii. Center for Youth Research, Social Science Research Institute, University of Hawaii at Manoa ; Report no. 381. Honolulu: Center for Youth Research, Social Science Research Institute, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1995. 1 v. (various pagings).

Report on drug abuse.

 

Stassen-McLaughlin, Marilyn. "Unlucky Star: Princess Ka'iulani." Hawaiian Journal of History, v. 33, 1999. pp. 21-54.

Article on Ka'iulani (1875-1899) from 1893 as heir apparent, marked by tragedies, the overthrow of Hawaiian Kingdom that year, and her death six years later at age twenty-three . Includes many quotes from her letters and observances of her contemporaries.

 

Stillman, Amy Kuyuleialoha. "'Aloha Aina': New Perspectives on 'Kaulana Na Pua.'" Hawaiian Journal of History, v. 33, 1999. pp. 83-99.

Article on author's 1997 discovery of a sheet music, Aloha Aina, by J.S. Liborio raises questions on authorship of "Kaulana na Pua," a Hawaiian nationalist song about the overthrow of the Hawaiian Kingdom in 1893.
SEE ALSO Eleanor Nordyke's article, "'Kaulana Na Pua': a Voice for Sovereignty." Hawaiian Journal of History, v. 27 (1993). pp. 27-42.

 

__________. "'Na Lei O Hawaii': On Hula Songs, Floral Emblems, Island Princesses, and Wahi Pana." Hawaiian Journal of History, v. 28, 1994. pp. 87-108.

Article on modern hula songs about the islands, flowers and wahi pana (places of renown) and their performance in pageants featuring women representing a queen and a princess for each major island.

 

__________. "Queen Kapi'olani's Lei Chants." Hawaiian Journal of History, v. 30, 1996. pp. 119-152.

Article on lei chants composed in honor of the Queen (1834-1899), wife of King Kalakaua. Includes chants in Hawaiian with English translation. Includes black and white photographs and illustrations.

 

Stone, Adrienne. Hawaii's Queen Liliuokalani. Illustrated by Raymond Lufkin. New York: J. Messner, inc., 1947. 273 p.

Juvenile biography of Hawaii's last monarch (1839-1917).

 

Strength & Diversity: Japanese American Women in Hawaii. Bishop Museum, Japanese Cultural Center of Hawaii. Honolulu: Bishop Museum, 1992. 30 p.

Supplement to the Bishop Museum exhibit on Japanese American women, 1885-1990.

 

Student Working Papers Series. Honolulu: Office for Women's Research, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1995-1997. Honolulu: The Office. 2 v. Vol. 1 (1995)-Vol. 2 (1997).

Two volumes of essays includes Vol. 1 (1995): Merlita Justo Compton, "Hawaii, Land of Hope and Dreams: Myth or Reality for Filipina Immigrants"; Georgette Henmi, "Necessary Stories" (about a Japanese-Hawaiian family on Maui); Pamela Sachi Kido, "Local Identity in a (Trans) Nationalist Hawaiian Space"; Lee-Ann Matsumoto, "Stranger in a Familiar Land: Gender, Race, Sexuality, and Academe." Vol. 2 (1997): Michelle Kim, "Local Cultural Nationalism in Saturday Night at the Pahala Theatre"; Donna Tsuyuko Tanigawa, "Picking Ogo [seaweed] at the Beach with Obasan [Japanese grandmother]"; Geraldine Warner, "Women and Alcoholism: Assessment and Intervention"; Ida M. Yoshinaga, "Obtaining a Quality Graduate Education at the University of Hawaii at Manoa."

 

Survey & Marketing Services, Honolulu. A Demographic Profile of the Population of Women Between the Ages of 35 and 64 Years in the State of Hawaii. Based on an analysis of data from the OEO Census Update, 1975, and the Kauai Socioeconomic profile, 1975, presented to the Commission on the Status of Women. Honolulu: Survey & Marketing Services, 1977. 32 p.

Study of displaced homemakers, identifying these women and describing their age, employment, marital status and income characteristics.

 

__________. A Study of Perceived Career Barriers to Women in Government. Sponsored by the Governor's IPA [federal Intergovernmental Personnel Act of 1970] Advisory Committee ; coordinated by the Dept. of Personnel Services. Honolulu: Dept. of Personnel Services, 1976. 105 p.

Identifies and describes career advancement problems of women in government and suggests recommendations.

 

Sutherland, Audrey. Paddling My Own Canoe: Autobiographical. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 1978. 136 p.

Funny, warm, sometimes frightening experiences of author's adventures paddling along the cliffs of Moloka'i in an inflatable canoe.

 

Sutter, Sharon Kingdon. "Acceptance of HIV-Disease Screening: Perceptions of Vulnerability and Characteristics of Reproductive History in a Random Sample of Reproductive-Age Women in Hawaii, 1992." D.P.H. dissertation (Public Health), University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1995. xii, 210 leaves.

Dissertation on women with HIV.

 

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Tabrah, Ruth M. Hawaii's Incredible Anna. Kailua, HI: Press Pacifica, 1987. 217 p.

Biography of Anna Lindsey Perry-Fiske (1900-1995), a rancher on the island of Hawaii.

 

Tachibana, Karen Yoshiko. "Women's Time in Gainful Employment in Three Disadvantaged Areas." M.S. thesis, Purdue University, 1973. xiii, 204 leaves.

Master's thesis on women in disadvantaged areas of Indiana, Ohio and Hawaii in terms of employment level and hours worked, educational level, age of children, marital satisfaction, attitude toward women holding men's jobs, and other factors.

 

Takahashi, Charlene. "Spouse Abuse: an Eclectic Approach to Raising Self-esteem". M.S.W. (Social Work) project, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1985. 35, xix, [2] leaves.

Social work paper on case study of a part-time Hawaiian woman married to a part-Hawaiian man.

 

Takaki, Ronald T. They Also Came: Chinese Women and the Migration to Hawaii. Conference on the Chinese in Hawaii, East-West Center. Honolulu: 1988. 35 p.

Examines why more Chinese and Japanese women emigrated to Hawaii than to the U.S. mainland, and proportionately fewer Chinese than Japanese women emigrated to these areas.

 

Takara, Kathryn. Blacks in Hawaii, Black Women: Achievement Against the Odds. Honolulu, 1987. [4p.]

Brief history of African Americans by a University of Hawaii at Manoa Ethnic Studies teacher of African Americans in Hawaii.

 

Tanaka, Sharon E. "Impact of the Infant Development Programs on Maternal Behaviors." M.S.W. (Social Work) project, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1980. 76, [49] leaves.

Social work paper on individualized educational program for handicapped infants. The IDP also includes parents' participation. This study considers mothers' involvement with their children in the program.

 

Task Force for Equal Treatment of the Sexes in Media. Women, Men and the Changing Language. Honolulu. Office of Human Resources, City and County of Honolulu. 1985.††† 12 p.

Brochure on correct and acceptable usage of language in achieving gender neutrality.

 

Tatar, Elizabeth, ed. The First Ladies of Hawaii. Honolulu: Bishop Museum, 1999. 1 v. (unpaged).

Pictorial account of five wives of Hawaii's recent governors who served between 1957-1999: Nancy Quinn, Beatrice Burns, Jean Ariyoshi, Lynne Waihee and Vicky Cayetano. Includes color and black and white photographs.

 

Taylor, Persis Goodale. Kapiolani, a Memorial. Prepared ... and read before the Woman's Board of Missions for the Pacific Islands, October 6, 1896. Honolulu: Grieve, 1897. 24 p.

Memorial to Chiefess Kapi'olani who died in 1841, presents her as an attractive and affectionate woman, and fearless advocate of the new Christian religion. Includes a poem about her by Alfred Lord Tennyson. Includes black and white illustrations.

 

Tennent, Arthur. Madge Tennent: My Mother. Art photography, Jim Little, Werner Stoy. Limited ed. Honolulu: Edward Enterprises, 1982. 100 p.

Biography of the artist (1889-1972) known for her depictions of large Native Hawaiian women, written by her son. Includes black and white portrait of artist and reproductions of her artwork.

 

Tennent, Madge. The Art and Writing of Madge Tennent. Norfolk Island, Australia: Island Heritage, 1977. 204 p. Originally issued as limited edition in 1976. The Hawaiian Bicentennial Library, v, 14.

Definitive work of Madge Tennent's (1889-1972) art and thoughts. Includes art work in the Tennent Art Foundation Collection, the Donald Angus Collection, and works in other private collections. Illustrations in color and black and white.

 

__________. Autobiography of an Unarrived Artist. New York: Distributed by Brentano's, 1949. 180 p. Includes the author's Notebook of an un-arrived artist (p. [139]-180), originally published in 1938. Autobiography ... originally published separately in 1936.

Life and thoughts of the artist. Includes black and white illustration.

 

__________. Madge Tennent Miscellany, Written Approximately 1933 and on. Honolulu: Tennent Art Foundation, 1966. 116 p.

Includes letters and lectures, early exhibit catalogs of the noted artist.

 

__________. Notebook of an Un-arrived Artist. Honolulu: Paradise of the Pacific Press, 1938. 183 p.

Writings of the artist.

 

Thirugnanam, Julie Kaomea, ed. Women of Kamehameha: a Collection of Oral Histories Commemorating the 100th Anniversary of the Founding of the Kamehameha School for Girls. Honolulu: Kamehameha Schools Bernice Pauahi Bishop Estate, 1995. xi, 114 p.

Essays on history and activities of the Girls School for Hawaiians features women on the staff and noted alumni. Includes black and white photographs.

 

Thompson, Katharine Shirley. Queen Emma and the Bishop. Rev. ed. Honolulu: Daughters of Hawaii, 1987. viii, 64 p.

Letters between Queen Emma (1836-1845) and Thomas N. Staley, first Anglican Bishop of Honolulu, and others from which life in the islands can be gleaned. Includes black and white photographs.

 

Thompson, Laura. Beyond the Dream: a Search for Meaning. Guam: Micronesian Area Research Center, University of Guam. 1991. 158 p.

Autobiography of an anthropologist, writer, researcher, teacher, consultant. Born and raised in Honolulu, educated on the U.S. mainland, traveled extensively spending a number of years on Guam, then returned to Honolulu.

 

Thurston, Lucy Goodale. Life and Times of Mrs. Lucy C. Thurston, Wife of Rev. Asa Thurston, Pioneer Missionary to the Sandwich Islands. Ann Arbor, Mich: S.C. Andrews, 1934.†††† 307 p.

Autobiography of a pioneer missionary wife (1795-1876) in the Kona district, Hawaii Island, gathered from letters and journals of more than fifty years.

 

A Time for Sharing: Women's Stories From the Waianae Coast. Illustrations by Charlotte Meacham ; graphics by Yvonne Weber. Waiyanae, HI: Women's Support Group of the Waianae Coast, 1982. xiv, 96 p.

"Talk Story" essays about their lives by Native Hawaiian women from the Hawaiian community in Leeward O'ahu.

 

Todaro, Tony. Tony Todaro Presents: the Golden Years of Hawaiian Entertainment, 1874-1974. Honolulu: T. Todaro Pub. Co., 1974. 495 p.

Collection of biographical sketches of entertainers includes famous singers and dancers such as Emma Veary, Leilani Almeida, Myra English, etc. Black and white photographs.

 

Topolinski, John Renken Kaha'i. "Nancy Sumner: a Part-Hawaiian High Chiefess, 1839-1895." M.A. thesis (Pacific Islands Studies), University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1975. xvi, 158 leaves.

Master's thesis on an ancestor of the author, a Native Hawaiian, European, and Tahitian chiefess of the l9th century who married Charles Ellis, provides insight into Hawaii's history during the reign of Kamehameha V.

 

__________. "Nancy Sumner, Hawaiian Courtlady." Hawaiian Journal of History, v. 15, 1981. pp. 50-58.

Article on personal and social life of a Native Hawaiian, Caucasian and Tahitian chiefess (an ancestor of the author) and court life in the late nineteenth century Hawaii.

 

Toporoff, Elanah Greer. "Effects of Maternal Risk and Mother-Infant Feeding Interactions on Growth and Development. D.P.H. dissertation (Public Health), University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1994. xvi, 193 leaves.

Dissertation studied women at Honolulu's Tripler Army Hospital.

 

Towne, William Scott. "Beliefs, Attitudes, Intentions and Behavior: the Gay Rights Issue." Ph.D. dissertation (Psychology), University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1979. viii, 208 leaves.

Dissertation on responses of 250 University of Hawaii undergraduate students .

 

Trask, Haunani-Kay. Fighting the Battle of Double Colonization; the View of a Hawaiian Feminist. East Lansing, MI: Office of Women in International Development, Michigan State University,1984. Working Paper no. 52. 17 p.

"Double colonization" refers to the condition of Native Hawaiian women as women and as members of the Native Hawaiian Movement. The Native Hawaiian activist (born 1949), currently a University of Hawaii at Manoa professor, relates her experiences and judgments on oppression of Hawaiian women by Hawaiian men.

 

__________. From a Native Daughter: Colonialism and Sovereignty in Hawaii. Rev. ed. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 1999. x, 255 p. Earlier edition published by Common Courage Press, 1993. 301 p.

Essays by a Native Hawaiian activist on Native Hawaiian sovereignty, racism, and academic freedom at the University of Hawaii at Manoa. Includes black and white photographs.

 

Tseng, Yu-ho, and Howard A. Link. The Art of Tseng Yuho. Honolulu: Honolulu Academy of Arts, 1987. 80 p.

Includes biographical information on Chinese artist and author (born 1924), also known as Betty Ecke, and former University of Hawaii at Manoa art professor. Includes black and white and colored reproductions of her art work.

 

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Uemoto, Shuzo, Wendell Silva, and Alan Suemori. Nana i na Loea Hula = Look to the Hula Resources. Vol. 1. Photographs by Shuzo Uemoto; design by Milt Chun; edited by Wendell Silva & Alan Suemori. Vol. 2. Photographs by Shuzo Uemoto; edited by Jan M. Itagaki and Lovina Lependu; editing assistance by Alan Suemori and Jan Kahoku Yoneda; design by Milt Chun. Honolulu: Kalihi-Palama Culture & Arts Society, 1984, 1997. 152, 120 p. 2 v.

Photographs of contemporary male and female hula teachers, each featured with two pages of a biography and black and white portrait.

 

U.S. Women's Bureau. "The Legal Status of Women in the United States of America; for Hawaii as of January 1, 1959 - Hawaii, 50th state." Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1959. 14 p.

Includes chapter on civil rights of women in Hawaii.

 

University of Hawaii at Manoa. Affirmative Action Plan. Honolulu: The University, 1 v. (looseleaf). 1973, 1986 - . Currently an annual.

Plan includes women faculty.

 

University of Hawaii [at Manoa]. Legislative Report for Senate Resolution 116 and House Resolution 118 Requesting a Report from the University of Hawaii on Appointment and Employment, and Conditions of Appointment and Employment, of Women at the Several Campuses of the University and Community Colleges. Honolulu, 1973. 5 leaves.

Brief report includes women.

 

__________. [Wahine [Women] Rainbow Sports Media Guide].

The annual guides for women's sports are issued under varying titles:

†††† ††††† Basketball 1983/1984 - .

Cross country 1997 - .

(Cross country, Sailing, Swimming, Diving 1995-1996.)

††††† ††††† Sailing 1998 - .

††††† ††††† Soccer 1998 - .

††††† ††††† Softball 1988 - .

††††† ††††† Swimming (and diving) 1985/1986 - .

††††† ††††† Track and field 1982-1984.

Volleyball 1984 - .

††††† ††††† Water polo 1998 - .

Women's athletics 1978/1979-1981/1982.

 

University of Hawaii at Manoa. Ad Hoc Committee on the Status of Women in Higher Education. Status of Women Students in the Office of Student Affairs. Mary Lou McPherson, chair-person. Honolulu, 1973. 45 leaves.

Report on female students in the early 1970s.

 

University of Hawaii at Manoa. Commission on the Status of Women. Analysis of Data Pertaining to the Status of Women in the UHM Workforce, 1975 vs. 1977 / 1977-1978 UHM Commission on the Status of Women. Honolulu: The Commission, 1978. 9 leaves.

Mid-1970s report that women continue to be under-represented on the University of Hawaii at Manoa faculty.

 

__________. Executive Summary: UHM Commission on the Status of Women Final Technical Report on Spring 1983 Survey of Issues and Problems of Women Employees. Honolulu: University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1983. 1 v. (various foliations).

Report summaries problems and issues in the early 1980s.

 

University of Hawaii at Manoa. Ethnic Studies Oral History Project. Hanahana : an Oral History Anthology of Hawaii's Working People. Honolulu: The Project, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1984. xvi, 178 p.
SEE Kodama-Ishimoto, Michi.

 

University of Hawaii at Manoa. Ethnic Studies Program. Ethnic Studies Oral History Project. Life Histories of Native Hawaiians. In cooperation with the Waianae Hawaiian Heritage Cultural Center. Honolulu: The Project, Ethnic Studies Program, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1978. vi, 482 p. Audio cassettes in UHM Hawaiian Collection.

Slightly edited oral history transcripts include female elders: Julia Bryant, Elizabeth Ellis, Minerva Kalama, Katherine Maunakea.

 

__________. Women Workers in Hawaii's Pineapple Industry. Honolulu: Ethnic Studies Oral History Project, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1979. 2 v. (xxxiii, 984, [72] p.). Audio cassettes in UHM Rare Hawaiian Collection.

Slightly edited oral history transcripts of sixteen women pineapple workers with Dole Pineapple Company. Women in 1928 comprised 23% of the total labor source.

 

University of Hawaii at Manoa. Office of Student Affairs. Status of Women Students, University of Hawaii System, Fall 1973. Honolulu: Office of Student Affairs, 1974. 1 vol. (various pagings).

Report mainly of statistical tables.

 

University of Hawaii at Manoa. Social Science Research Institute. Center for Oral History. Public Education in Hawaii: Oral Histories. Honolulu: The Center, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1991. 2 v. Audio cassettes in UHM Rare Hawaiian Collection.

Slightly edited oral history transcripts include five (out of ten ) women educators: Vol. 1-Amy Fern, Marion Lee Loy, Eileen Tam. Vol. 2-Hatsuko Kawahara, Virginia McBride.

 

__________. Social Science Research Institute. Oral History Project. Ka Poe Kau Lei = An Oral History of Hawaiiís Lei Sellers. Honolulu: The Project, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1986. xliii, 439, [22] p. Audio cassettes in UHM Rare Hawaiian Collection.

Slightly edited oral history transcripts of ten women lei sellers: Abigail Burgess, Lillian Cameron, Harriet Kauwe, Maile Lee, Martina Macalino, Sandra Santimer, Irene Asing Sims, Moana Umi, Sophia Ventura, Bessie Watson. Includes black and white photographs.

 

University of Hawaii at Manoa. Women's Campus Club. Women's Campus Club University of Hawaii 75th Anniversary, 1920-1995. Honolulu: The Club, 1995. 45 p.

Brief history of a volunteer campus group which operates a thrift shop on campus and awards educational grants.

 

The University of Hawaii at Manoa Faculty Pay Equity Study: Gender and Ethnicity Pay Equity Analysis. External consultant, Robert M. Hauser; technical consultant, Karen Mason; study director, Kiyoshi Ikeda. Honolulu: University of Hawaii at Manoa,1993. vi, 45 leaves.

Examines salaries of 1,004 instructional faculty in October 1991, preliminary findings that women and Japanese male faculty are underpaid, suggests further study.

 

University of Hawaii (System). Report to the 1991 Legislature, SCR 143, SAl/SR 129, SDl (Appendix): Requesting the University of Hawaii to Develop and Implement Both a Short-term and Long-term Plan to Increase Recruitment of Qualified Women and Minorities for Faculty Positions. Honolulu: University of Hawaii , 1990. 5, [2] leaves.

Brief report on specific plans to increase recruitment of women and minorities.

 

__________. Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action Office. University of Hawaii Affirmative Action Plans. 1978? 1 v. (various pagings).

Plans for each college in University of Hawaii system.

 

__________. Office of the President. Revised Executive Policy E1.202, University Statement on Nondiscrimination and Affirmative Action, and E1.203, Sexual Harassment Policy and Procedural Guidelines. Honolulu: University of Hawaii, 1991. 2, 5 leaves.

Revised policy on sexual harassment at the University of Hawaii system colleges.

 

__________. Office of the State Director for Vocational Education. Research Coordinating Unit. Women Apprentices in Hawaii: Characteristics of Females Registered With Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard and the Hawaii Department of Labor and Industrial Relations. Honolulu: State Board for Vocational Education: Office of the State Director for Vocational Education. 1984. 91 p.

Study identifies characteristics, educational training and background experiences of women who entered apprenticeship in Hawaii from July 1, 1974 through June 30, 1982.

 

Upton, Cornelia A. Letters 5-8 from Travel Letters to the Albany Argus, 1883. 9, 6, 8, 8 leaves. Photocopy of typescript with corrections added. Original typescript owned by E. S. M. F. Upton, Hadley, MA.

Includes letters about the funeral of the "colorful" Princess Ruth Ke'elikolani (1826-1883).

 

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Valentine, Tom. Duke Daddy's Duchess: the Unauthorized Biography of Doris Duke. Secaucus, NJ: L. Stuart, 1987. 218 p.

Biography of the tobacco heiress (1912-1993) who had one of her homes in Hawaii.

 

Valeri, Valerio. Kingship and Sacrifice: Ritual and Society in Ancient Hawaii. Translated from French by Paula Wissing. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1985. xxviii, 446 p., [8] p. of plates.

Includes role of men and women in Native Hawaiian religion. Includes black and white illustrations.

 

Van Campen, Shirley. Hawaii: a Woman's Guide. [s.l.]: Merton House Pub. Co., 1979. 161 p.

Guide for women tourists to Hawaii.

 

Veary, Nana. Change We Must: My Spiritual Journey. Honolulu: Institute of Zen Studies; Vancouver, B.C.: Water Margin Press, 1989. 120 p.

A Native Hawaiian describes how her family, surroundings, and the ways of an innately spiritual Hawaiian people shaped a lifetime search for the truth.

 

Von Tempski, Armine. Born in Paradise. Woodbridge, CO: Ox Bow Press, 1985. x, 342 p. Originally published 1940.

Autobiography of one of Hawaii's best known authors (1889-1943) captures the beauty of the islands and vigorous and free ranch-life on Maui.

 

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Wagner, Sandra Elaine. The Tie that Binds: Personal Glimpses of the Call to Mission. Honolulu?, 1986. "Presented before the Pacific Coast Branch American Historical Association 79th annual meeting (Honolulu, August 1986)." 38 p.

Paper on nineteenth century Protestant missionary wives includes quotes from primary sources.

 

Wai'anae Coast Culture and Arts Society. Ka Po'e Kahiko o Wai'anae = Oral Histories of the Waiyanae Coast of O'ahu. Preface by John Dominis Holt. Honolulu: Wai'anae Coast Culture and Arts Society and Topgallant Pub. Co., 1986. xv, 201 p.

Recollections about the predominantly Native Hawaiian community on the west coast of O'ahu includes seventeen women. Includes black and white photographs.

 

Waldron, Elizabeth. Liholiho and Emma: King Kamehameha IV and His Queen. Rev. ed. Earlier ed.; 1985. Honolulu: Daughters of Hawaii, 1986. 32 p.

Brief biography includes two chants in Hawaiian with English translation by Queen Emma (1836-1885), one for her only child, Prince Albert, who died at age four in 1862, and another for her husband, Kamehameha IV (Alexander Liholiho) who died a year later. Includes black and white photographs.

 

Warinner, Emily V. A Royal Journey to London. Revised and written by Margaret Bukeley McFarland. Honolulu: Topgallant, 1975. 56 p.

Account of trip to England by Queen Kapi'olani (1834-1899) and then Princess Lili'uokalani (1838-1917) to attend Queen Victoria's Golden Jubilee in 1887. Includes black and white photographs.

 

Watson, Susan B. "Temporal Stability and Correlates of Feeling Fat in Bulimic Women." M.A. (Psychology), University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1996. v, 95 leaves.

Master's thesis on women at Kapiolani Hospital Counseling Center. Report includes recommendations.

 

Watts, Margit M. "High Tea at Halekulani: Feminist Theory and American Clubwomen." Ph.D. dissertation (American Studies), University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1989. viii, 218 leaves.

Dissertation on the impact of the Outdoor Circle established in 1911 on which author's 1993 book with the same title is based.

 

__________. High Tea at Halekulani: Feminist Theory and American Clubwomen. Brooklyn: Carlson Pub., 1993. xxvi, 208 p.

Based on author's 1989 dissertation with the same title. Includes black and white photographs.

 

Webb, Nancy. Kaiulani: Crown Princess of Hawaii. New York: Viking Press, 1962. 218 p.

Biography of young heiress (1875-1899) whose dramatic story is full of interest, beauty, fascination and reads like romantic fiction.

 

Wedemeyer, Charlie & Lucy with Gregg Lewis. Charlie's Victory: an Autobiography. Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan Publishing House, 1993. 301 p.

Autobiography of Native Hawaiian Charlie Wedemeyer (born 1946), football player and coach in Hawaii and California, and how he and his Caucasian wife (born 1949) have lived with his illness of Lou Gehrig's disease (Amyostrophic Lateral Sclerosis) diagnosed in 1978. Includes black and white photographs.

 

White, Barbara J. Hoeft. "Women Apprentices in Hawaii: a Comparison of Factors Influencing the Entrance, Participation, and Completion of Women in Two Established Apprenticeship Programs." Ed.D. dissertation (Curriculum and Instruction), University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1984. x, 197 leaves.

Dissertation examines responses of 243 women at the Pearl Harbor Navy Shipyard and the Apprenticeship Division of the Hawaii State Dept. of Labor and Industrial Relations who entered the program between 1974 and 1982.

 

__________. Women Apprentices in Hawaii: Characteristics of Females Registered with Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard and the Hawaii Department of Labor and Industrial Relations. Honolulu: Research Coordinating Unit, Office of the State Director for Vocational Education, 1984. v, 91 p.

White, Mel. Margaret of Molokai. Waco, TX: Word Books, 1981. 189 p.

Biography of Native Hawaiian Margaret Kaapuni who was a Hansen's disease patient at Kalaupapa, Moloka'i from 1934-1969, then released. Includes black and white photographs.

 

Whitehead, John S. "The Anti-Statehood Movement and the Legacy of Alice Kamokila Campbell." Hawaiian Journal of History, v. 27, 1993. pp. 43-63.

Article on one of the few voices opposing statehood for Hawaii in 1959, that of a prominent public and cultural figure, a descendant of Hawaiian royalty and an heir of the James Campbell Estate. Includes black and white photographs.

 

Wichman, Stephanie and Frederick W. Wichman. "Reminiscences of Waiahole, 1905." Hawaiian Journal of History, v. 29, 1995. pp. 125-140.

Autobiography includes Stephanie Wichman's recollections of her early childhood at the family's country home in Waiahole Valley, O'ahu.

 

Wight, Elizabeth L. The Memoirs of Elizabeth Kinau Wilder. Honolulu: Paradise of the Pacific Press, 1909. viii (i.e. vii), 11, 185 p.

Biography by the granddaughter of the missionary daughter (1831-1918) of Dr. Gerrit P. Judd and wife of Samuel G. Wilder, a prominent businessman and government official in the latter half of the 19th century.

 

Wiig, Howard. Freedom or Jail for Imogene Cole. Honolulu: Clean Energy Press, 1975. 176 p.

Biography of a Hawaii prostitute born in the Ozarks in 1924.

 

Wilder, Kinau. Wilders of Waikiki. Honolulu: Topgallant Press, 1978. 280 p.

Biography of the James A. Wilder family, as told by the daughter (1902-1994).

 

Williams, Julie Stewart. Princess Bernice Pauahi Bishop. Illustrated by Robin Yoko Burningham. Rev. ed. Honolulu: Kamehameha Schools Press, 1999. vi, [99] p. 1st ed., 1992. Hawaiian language ed., 1995.

Juvenile biography of Pauahi (1831-1884) whose will made possible The Kamehameha Schools for Native Hawaiian children. Includes many black and white photographs.

 

Williams, Rianna M. "Annie Montague Alexander: Explorer, Naturalist, Philanthropist." Hawaiian Journal of History, v. 28, 1994. pp. 113-127.

Article on missionary descendant (1857-1950) who became a prominent scientist at the University of California at Berkeley. Includes black and white photographs.

 

__________. The Forging of Queen Lili'uokalani's Will. Honolulu, 1999. 15 leaves.

Account of a forged will, based mainly on Honolulu Advertiser newspaper articles in 1917-1918. Includes black and white photographs of the Queen.

 

__________. Fraulein Wolf. Honolulu: R.M. Williams, 1994. 7 leaves.

Paper on Queen Lili'uokalani's interest in the occult, specifically with the "medium" Gertrude Wolf Chase. Includes colored photographs in reproduction.

 

WIN in Hawaii.
SEE Family Health Annual.

 

Women and Infant Numbers in Hawaii.
SEE Family Health Annual.

 

Women in Hawaii: Sites, Identities, and Voices. Guest editors, Joyce N. Chinen, Kathleen O. Kane, Ida M. Yoshinaga. Honolulu: Dept. of Sociology, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1997. xiii, 177 p. Social Process in Hawaii, v. 38. Some text in Hawaiian.

Essays include: Noenoe K. Silva, "Ku'e! Hawaiian Women's Resistance to the Annexation"; Laurie M. Mengel, "Issei Women and Divorce in Hawaii, 1885-1908"; Candace Fujikane, "Reimagining Development and the Local in Lois-Ann Yamanaka's Saturday Night at the Pahala Theatre"; Donna Tsuyuko Tanigawa, "Trying Fo' Do Anykine to Donna: Fragments of a Prose Work"; Susan K. Hippensteele, "Toward a Shared Reality of Campus Ethnoviolence: Data as a Tool for Combating Victim Isolation"; Phyllis Turnbull and Kathy E. Ferguson, "Military Presence/Missionary Past: The Historical Construction of Masculine Order and Feminine Hawaii"; Kim Marie Thorburn, "Women Behind Bars: Special Health Needs"; Karen Joe Laidler, "Going Home: The Double-Edged Sword, The Paradox of Family Among Women Drug Users in Hawaii"; Judy Rohrer, "Haole Girl: Identity and White Privilege in Hawaii"; Hediana Utarti-Miller, "Alien Encounters". Also includes three poems by Haunani-Kay Trask.

 

Women of Hawaii, How (and Where) to Meet Them. Spinner Publications, 1969. 127 p.

Guide for men who are looking for single women.

 

Women Work, Poverty Persists: a Status Report on Single Mothers & Displaced Homemakers in Hawaii ; Women Work, Poverty Persists: A Status Report On Single Mothers & Displaced Homemakers in Honolulu. Prepared for the Office of the State Director for Vocational Education, University of Hawaii. Washington, DC: Women Work! The National Network for Women's Employment, 1994. 36, 28 p.

Report on single mothers, displaced homemakers, and employment and poverty.

 

The Women's Air Raid Defense, 1941-1945: a Forty-Fifth Anniversary Report and Roster: a Civilian Service Under the Commanding General of the Hawaiian Department, United States Army, Fort Shafter, O'ahu, Hawaii. Board of editors for the project: Bette Ballentyne, Kathleen Cooper, Nancy Oakley Hedemann, J. Patricia Morgan Swenson. Honolulu: W.A.R.D. History Project, 1986. 14, 10, [41] p.

Account of a civilian group, W.A.R.D., in World War II. Includes photocopies of black and white photographs, an issue of their newsletter.

 

Wood, Carol. "Individual Differences in Women Based on Occupational Attainment: High and Low Status and the Housewife." M.A. thesis (Psychology), University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1983. x, 95 leaves.

Master's thesis on differences among Caucasian, Chinese, and Japanese in their cognitive abilities, personality, and environmental and background characteristics.

 

Working Women Count: Hawaii: a Survey of Employed Women. Honolulu: Office of the State Director for Vocational Education, 1994. 12 p.

Brief study with statistics and graphs.

 

Wyss, Max, Robert Y. Koyanagi, and Doak C. Cox. "The Lyman Hawaiian Earthquake Diary, 1833-1917." U.S. Geological Survey bulletin 2027. Reston, VA: U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey ; Denver, CO: For sale by Book and Open-File Report Sales, 1992. iii, 34 p.

Primarily a list of earthquakes from 1833 to 1887 in the Hilo, Hawaii island area compiled by Sarah Joiner Lyman, wife of missionary David Belden Lyman. Kept up by other family members until 1917. Includes historical background on the Lymans, and black and white photographs.

 

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Yamasaki, Cynthia. A Woman in Her Own Right: the Life History of a Filipina in Hawaii. 1980.†††† 25 p.

Paper on Mary Fernandez growing up in the early 1920s in Wailuku, Maui, on a sugar plantation, her move to O'ahu, her coping strategies and belief in the supernatural.

 

Yamashita, Janice. Focus on Hawaii's Women: a Statistical Profile. Honolulu: Published jointly by The Honolulu County Committee on the Status of Women and the Office of Human Resources. 1988. 86 p.

Report of a contemporary statistical profile on status of women in Hawaii emphasizes those of immediate relevance to public policy makers.

 

Yamauchi, Lois A., and William L. Greene. "Culture, Gender, and the Development of Perceived Academic Self-efficacy Among Hawaiian Adolescents." Paper presented at annual meeting of American Educational Research Association, March 1997, Chicago, IL. ERIC Document ED 409 509, CG 927 849. [Hawaii?: s.n., 1997]. 19 leaves.

Examines rural high school students in Hawaii on attitudes toward sex differences.

 

Yardley, Maili. Queen Kapiolani. Honolulu: Topgallant Pub. Co., 1985, 65 p.

History of the founder (1834-1899) of Kapiolani Maternity Home, today Kapiolani Medical Center for Women and Children.

 

Yee, Sheila L. Equality of Rights: Statutory Compliance. Honolulu: Legislative Reference Bureau, 1979. vi, 73 p. Legislative Reference Bureau Report no. 3, 1979.

Discussion of laws on sex discrimination in employment and other areas.

 

Yogi, Charlene. "Attitudes Toward Public Housing Living Among Single, Female Residents at Pumehana Senior Citizen Facility." Graduate School of Social Work Project, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1980. ii, 36 leaves.

Social work paper surveys fifty-one women living alone at the facility to determine whether they are living there by choice, on racial and cultural differences in preference of living arrangements, and residents satisfaction with the facility and its social programs.

 

Yoon, Won Kil. The Passage of a Picture Bride. Loma Linda, CA: Loma Linda University Press, 1989. 195 p.

Autobiography of Young Oak Chung, a Korean picture bride, told in Korean and written in English by the author.

 

Yoshimoto, Glenn Y. "Prostitutes of Hotel Street." M.S.W. (Social Work) project, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1983. v, 40, [7] leaves.

Master's thesis on male and female prostitutes in downtown Chinatown area of Honolulu.
SEE ALSO 1996 paper by Gordon James Knowles who continued Yoshimoto's research.

 

Young, Nam Soo. Oral life History of Mrs. Nam Soo Young by Hwa Ja Kim Park. Honolulu, 1986. 19 leaves.

Autobiography of an eighty-six year old Korean woman who came to Hawaii in 1917 as a picture bride, as told to her grandniece. Includes black and white photographs.

 

Young, Nancy Foon, and Judy Robinson Parrish, eds. Montage: an Ethnic History of Women in Hawaii. Honolulu: General Assistance Center for the Pacific, College of Education, Educational Foundations, University of Hawaii at Manoa. 1977. 111 p.

Personal recollections of Hawaiian, Caucasian, Chinese, Japanese, Portuguese, Puerto Rican, Korean, Black, Filipino, and Samoan women. Includes photographs.

 

__________, eds. S/he. Photographs and design direction by Sono Hirose. Honolulu: State Commission on the Status of Women, 1976. "A production of General Assistance Center for the Pacific, College of Education, Educational Foundations, University of Hawaii ... [and] State Commission on the Status of Women." 43 p.

Study guide for high school students on sex role stereotyping, discusses changing attitudes.

 

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Zambucka, Kristin. The High Chiefess Ruth Keelikolani. Honolulu: Green Glass Productions, 1992. 108 p. Originally published 1977. Separate index to 1977 edition compiled by Kathleen Miller, 1988.

Pictorial biography, black and white photographs and illustrations of the controversial Princess Ruth Ke'elikolani (1826-1883), one of the last chiefesses.

 

__________. Princess Kaiulani of Hawaii: the Monarchy's Last Hope. Honolulu: Green Glass Productions, Inc., 1998. 156 p., [8] p. of plates.

Pictorial biography, black and white photographs and illustrations of young heiress (1875-1899) to the Hawaiian throne who died at age twenty-three. "Essentially a reissue of the author's 1976, and 1982 2d edition, Princess Kaiulani of Hawaii: Last Hope of the Monarchy, with added pictorial material.

 

__________. Princess Kaiulani: the Last Hope of Hawaii's Monarchy. Honolulu: Mana Pub. Co., 1982. 141 p. Originally published in 1976.

Pictorial biography updates 1976 edition with new material and additional black and white photographs.

 

Zwiep, Mary. Pilgrim Path: the First Company of Women Missionaries to Hawaii. Madison, Wis., University of Wisconsin Press, 1991. 376 p.

Profiles the first women missionaries, seven well-educated New Englanders who arrived in 1820, as seen through their letters, journals, and private papers.

 

 

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