People of Hawaii
2009 Inaugural Parade Photos With the Punahou Marching Band
A collection of photos of President Barack Obama and Family Enjoying the Punahou Marching Band from Oahu, Hawaii in the Inaugural Parade in front of The White House on January 20, 2009 in Washington, D.C.
Richard Marks 1929-1998
Richard Marks, the lifelong crusader for the rights of Hansen's Disease patients & preservation of Kalaupapa died on December 9, 2008 on Molokai.
Barack Obama's Hawaii
See how Hawaii's initiative encourages visitors to explore the places and culture that shaped the 44th President of the United States.
The Other Side of Paradise
Just a few miles and several minutes north of the beautiful Ko Olina Resort on Oahu's Leeward Coast you will find the other side of paradise. There, on sixteen miles of beaches and beach parks stretching beneath the Waianae Mountains, you'll find the tents, wooden containers, vans and simple overhangs that are the residences of many of Oahu's...
The Chinese in Hawaii
Find out how the Chinese came to Hawaii and made the islands their home.
The People of Hawaii
Who are the people of Hawaii? Learn about the many ethnic groups that make Hawaii their home.
Hawaii Population Data
According to figures released on September 2, 2003, Hawaii now ranks fourth in the nation in the number of foreign born residents. Approximately 18% of Hawaii's 1,208,537 residents were born abroad. In addition 310,088 of Hawaii's residents, or approximately 25% were born in other states, U.S. territories or born abroad to U.S. Citizens.
Don Schutte - DaGecko's Island Homepage
Don is a resident of the Big Island on the Kona Coast. His website has some wonderful features on Akaka Falls, the Waipio Valley and Pu'uhonua o Honaunau, (the City of Refuge).
Hawaii Genealogy Links
Lots of great links to specific sites for genealogy information about Hawaii. From the Hawaii GenWeb project.
The Herman Wedemeyer Home Page
Named by the Star Bulletin as one of Hawaii's "100 Who Made a Difference" in the 20th Century, learn about the career of the man loved by many as "Duke" on Hawaii Five-O.
OHA - Native Hawaiian Data Book 2006
Recently updated and featuring the most current available statistical information on the people of Hawaii - population, land use, housing, education, health services and more.
The People of Maui
From Maui: The Reality, learn about the people of all ethnic origins that live on Maui.
Sources of Genealogical Information in Hawai'i
Geological information and resources for the state of Hawaii.
Uncle Charlie - Hawaiian Storyteller
Kahu (Rev.) Charles Kauluwehi Maxwell Sr. is a native Hawaiian and very proud to be so. He is a leading spokesperson in the Hawaiian Sovereignty Movement. His knowledge of Hawaiian history and culture is unsurpassed.