1. Most important star in Wayfarer?
    Polaris (North Star)
  2. 3 Course lines for Hokulea?
    Presume, Reference, Actual
  3. Mau's visualizing lesson to Nainoa? Meaning?
    Never lose sight of Tahiti (in your mind)

    Believe in yourself, believe in your teacher, know what you know.
  4. Nainoa Thompson sighted it at the direction of 'Aina.
    Southern Cross
  5. Master of navigating by using elements?
    Mau Piailu
  6. How many islands in the Hawaiian Archipelago?
    138 islands!
  7. Name the regions in the Pacific Rim.
    Polynesia, Melanesia, Micronesia
  8. First hawaiian scholar?
    David Malo
  9. First hawaiian historian?
    Samuel Kamakau
  10. Names of 4 major male hawaiian gods?
    • Kane - Life (man & water)
    • Lono - Fertility (abundance)
    • Ku
    • Kanaloa - Ocean
  11. Hawaiian concept of time?
    Starts with you, when you're born.
  12. Chant to honor Kalau-nuu-a-mana'o and creation of all life?
  13. Hawaiian term for genealogy?
  14. Who is Papa?
    Earth Mother
  15. A triangle can be drawn around...?
    Hawai'i, Aotearoa, Rapa Nui
  16. Epili Hau'ofa is the writer of?
    Our islands!
  17. What is 'Aikapu?
    Sacred eating
  18. Native name for New Zealand?
  19. First Ni'aupio mating between?
    Wakea and his daughter, Ho'ohokukalani
  20. Kalo Fetus was?
    • Haloanaka
    • (e.c. brother Haloa), born to Wakea and Ho'ohokukalani.
  21. Name of Mt. On Hawai'i w/telescopes?
    Mt. Mauna Kea
  22. ABCFM stands for?
    American Board of Commissioner for Foreign Mission
  23. Name & Rank of Umi's father?
    Liloa, chief.
  24. Who was Umi's mother?
  25. What was Ka-lei-o-ku to Umi?
    Umi's attendant
  26. What was the gift from Liloa to Akahi and her husband for raising Umi?
    Ahupua'a of Kealakaua
  27. Who were the old men mistreated by Hakau?
    Nunu & Kakohe; Ka-lei-o-ku's brothers!
  28. What jewel did Umi have?
    Palaoa; ivory necklace
  29. Umi replaced him as paramount chief of Hawai'i
    Hakau; Umi's half-brother
  30. Which of Umi's sons was the fastest runner?
  31. What does Ho'okama mean?
  32. How many consonants in the hawaiian language?
    9; H, K, W, L, M, N, P, okina, kahako
  33. When did the first printing of hawaiian occur?
    1822, two years after arrival of missionaries
  34. To speak Hawaiian, you must?
    Think Hawaiian!
  35. Way to communicate between plantation workers?
  36. Difference between Hawaiian language and the rest of Polynesia?
    T's & K's
  37. The Polynesian language that's the most similar to Hawaiian?
  38. Correct spelling of the word that means 'pidgin'?
    Cre'ole; Cre'ole people
  39. When was pidginized hawaiian developed?
    Early 1800's
  40. Where did the unearthing of 1000 burial sites take place?
    Honokahua, Maui
  41. Why is it being dug up?
    To build a hotel and golf course...lol
  42. How many islands involved in protest?
    • 3; Big Island, Moloka'i, O'ahu
    • (e.c. Maui)
  43. Main phrase from video concerning the unearthing of bones.
    "Enough is enough"
  44. How many bones were dug up?
    over 870, wow!
  45. Name of gods in the Cook Islands?
    Ariki, Tu, Tane, Tangaroa, Rongo
  46. Offerings to gods in the Cook Islands?
    • Bunch of coconuts from favorite coconut tree.
    • e.c.: First born child - dedicated to becoming a priest.
    • e.c.: First fish caught.
  47. 2 dominant gods in the Cook Islands?
    Tangaroa, Rongo
  48. Word for chief in the Cook Islands?
  49. Year Dutch voyagers saw men catching sharks?
  50. Name of shark callers god?
  51. When did shark callers know when to go shark calling?
    Times were revealed in their dreams
  52. Name of village of shark callers?
    Kontu; Papa New Guinea
  53. How many magic stones were dropped along the reef?
  54. Tools used to call sharks?
    • Rattle made of coconut shells
    • ec:
    • Club/paddle, fish - bait, noose.
Card Set
Hawaiian History Exam 1