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Ancient Hawaiian Petroglyphs __ "The ancient Hawaiians documented experiences and special occasions with carvings into rocks. This page contains ancient Hawaiian rock carvings found on the island of Lanai near Shipwreck Beach." - illustrated - From alohafriendsphotos.com - http://www.alohafriendsphotos.com/Lanai_petroglyphs.html

Archaeological Consultants in Hawai`i __ "The following organizations or individuals are private consultants and are not directly associated with the State Historic Preservation Division, nor is listing to be construed as any guarantee of the quality of work." - from hawaii.gov - http://www.hawaii.gov/dlnr/hpd/archcon.htm


Archaeological Resources - Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument __ "Nihoa and Mokumanamana feature an array of Native Hawaiian archaeological sites unique among known sites in the Hawaiian archipelago and Polynesia. "  A brief overview of these resources. - From papahanaumokuakea.gov - http://www.papahanaumokuakea.gov/wheritage/archaeology.html


Archaeologists investigate Hawaiian royals man-made island __ "While the island was home to Hawaiian kings and queens, it was also said that a deity, Mo'o Akua Kihawahine, made her home in the surrounding waters. The site remained occupied - at least by people - until the 1890s."  There are attempts to restore the island to the way it looked in the 19th century, a major archaeological undertaking. - illustrated - From mauinews.com - http://www.mauinews.com/page/content.detail/id/534428.html?nav=10


The archaeology of a fishing community in Hawai‘i as seen within an ethnographically informed context __ Detailed report of archaeological research, summary, maps, photos and more. A PDF file - illustrated - From stratumunlimited.com - http://www.stratumunlimited.com/uploads/4/8/1/5/4815662/hawaii_paper.pdf


ARI - Archaeology in the United States, Hawaii __ "web sites relating to archaeology and anthropology from Hawaii, United States." - From anthropology-resources.net - http://www.anthropology-resources.net/Texts/archus_hawaii.html 


Bishop Museum Putting Hawaii Archaeological Site Information Online __ "the museum has launched the Hawaiian Archaeological Survey (HAS) online database"  A news article and links to the museum - From researchbuzz.me - http://researchbuzz.me


Category:Archaeological sites in Hawaii __ Index of articles relating to Hawaii archaeology found in Wikipedia - From wikipedia - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Archaeological_sites_in_Hawaii



dig: Hawaii Archaeology Events __ "dig's guide to special archaeological programs, events, and exhibits in Hawaii" - From digonline.com - http://www.digonsite.com/guide/hawaii.html


Hawaii Archaeological Jobs __ A few listed - From archaeologicaljobs.org - http://www.archaeologicaljobs.org/hawaii/


Hawaii - Aspects of History __ "The origin of archaeology in Hawaii is firmly linked with the founding in 1889 of the Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum for Polynesian Ethnology and Natural History. Although there was an interest in antiquities prior to this time, the Museum brought organization to the study of Hawaiian material culture and sites, particularly temples, fishponds, and petroglyphs." You will find a detailed examination of ancient Hawaiian culture and a history of the archaeological research supporting it. - From janesoceania.com - http://www.janesoceania.com/hawaii_history/


Hawaii Historic Preservation Division, DLNR __ "SHPD's three branches, History and Culture, Archaeology, and Architecture, strive to accomplish this goal through a number of different activities." Learn what they are and their goals for the future. You will also find internal links to excellent resources. - illustrated - From hawaii.gov - http://www.hawaii.gov/dlnr/hpd/hpgrtg.htm




Hawaii History Guide and Archaeological Sites __ A visitors guide to Hawaiian archaeology and history.  "Archaeological sites abound around the Hawaii islands, in particular on the Big Island of Hawaii and Kaua'i where ancient temples, petroglyphs and local lore are strong." - illustrated - From islands-travel.com -http://www.hawaii.islands-travel.com/history.html


Hawaii State Parks > Archeology & History __ "Archaeological evidence shows that people probably arrived in Hawai‘i between 800 and 1000 A.D."  A look at archaeology in Hawaii State Parks. - From hawaiistateparks.org - http://www.hawaiistateparks.org/archeology/


Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park - Archeology __ An overview.  "The archeological resources at Hawai`i Volcanoes National Park cross a range of prehistoric Native Hawaiian and Euro/American historic sites." - From National Park Service - http://www.nps.gov/havo/historyculture/archeology.htm


An Island View of Theory: Archaeological Thought in Hawaii, Past, Present, and Future __ "Hawaiian archaeologists do not often get together to "talk theory" per se, but the discipline of archaeology in the Islands is host to vibrant, relevant theoretical debates."  But when they do, things happen. A paper. - From stanford.edu - http://www.stanford.edu/dept/archaeology/cgi-bin/TAG/drupal/?q=content/an-island-view-theory-archaeological-thought-hawaii-past-present-and-future-0   
Johns Hopkins Gazette: April 1, 1996 __ "This is a story about a Russian scientist at Johns Hopkins University digging up prehistoric temple artifacts on the island of Maui. Call it, How did a nice lady from the Soviet Academy of Sciences end up on familiar terms with the Hawaiian shark god, Ku?" - From Johns Hopkins Gazette - http://www.jhu.edu/~gazette/aprjun96/apr0196/elena.html



Moku`ula - History - The Future is in the Past __ "Beneath a County Park in Lahaina, Maui, is one of Hawaii's most historical and sacred treasures. Lying virtually undisturbed for almost a century, Moku'ula, a political and spiritual center, and ancient home of Maui's Chiefly lines, awaits its reawakening" Learn what is being done and what is needed. - illustrated - From Friends of Moku ula - http://www.mokuula.com/index.html


Puako Petroglyph Archaeological Preserve, Hawaii, the Big Island __ "Along the Kohala Coast, the Puako Petroglyph Archaeological Preserve features more than a thousand petroglyphs, or kii pohaku, lava rock carvings etched into stone centuries ago by Native Hawaiians. Although the true meanings of the petroglyphs are unknown, it is generally thought these carvings are records of births and other significant events in the lives of the people who lived on Hawaii Island long ago."  A brief overview. - From gohawaii.com - http://www.gohawaii.com/big-island/regions-neighborhoods/kohala-coast/puako-petroglyph-archaelogical-preserve

Society for Hawaiian Archaeology __ "Society for Hawaiian Archaeology - Online Community Archaeology Job Announcements, Latest News and more." - From hawaiianarchaeology.org - http://www.hawaiianarchaeology.org/


Where LOHI'AU Ruled __ Report. photos, maps and more from this research project. A PDF file - From hawaiianarchaeology.org - http://www.hawaiianarchaeology.org/journal_articles/v1/Vol1Griffin.pdf 


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