Memoirs of the Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum of Polynesian Ethnology and Natural History

Memoirs of the Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum of Polynesian Ethnology and Natural History

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'K.IP~ r' w»_ _;i..^ar. -. -rjjf. i ^JaiJC'^'J'/\L-.. 7 r.' .HARVARD UNIVERSITY.LIBRARYOF I'HEMUSEUM OF COMPARATIVE ZOOLOGY"ifl rp1932JftNl2MEMOIRSOF THEBISHOP MUSEUMPAUAHIBERNICEOFETHNOLOGY ANDPOLYNESIANNATURAL HISTORYVOLUME VIh. i.honolulu,PressBishop Museum1919-1920V13321 2JANCOLLECTIONFORNANDERlH,^T^ OFHAWAIIAN ANTIQUITIEvS ANDFOLK-LORETHE HAWAIIANS' ACCOUNT OF THE FORMATION OF THEIR ISLANDSAND ORIGIN OF THEIR RACE, WITH THE TRADITIONS OF THEIRMIGRATIONS, Etc., AS GATHERED FROM ORIGINAL SOURCESBYABRAHAM FORNANDERAuthor of "An Account of the Polynesian Race"WITH TRANSLATIONS EDITED AND ILLUSTRATED WITH NOTES BYTHOMAS G. THRUMTHIRD SERIESMemoirs of the Bernice Pauahi Bishop MuseumVolume VIh. i.honolulu,Bishop Mltseum Press1919-1920———— —CONTENTS.PART I.PAGE PAGEi One-Priest—The Love-Inducing Priest—ThePrefaceoneihonua—Signs Pertaining to FishermenReligious Ceremonies 2Concerning AncientOccupation of Farmers—Dreams—AuguriesVarious Heathen Prayers 46Relating to Priesthood—Moles—FavorabletheConstruction of the Heiau $2Concerning theBirth Months—Auguries of the Canoe-HewingPriesthood Called theHistory of the Hawaiian Priests—Spear Hurling—Bone Breaking Trad-Order of Sorcery 56 ing as Related to Agriculture Ceremonial—Preface—Order of Priesthood—The Diviner and Functions of the Priesthood—Method of Build-Weather Prophet—Meaning of Divination—Di- ing the Temple Some Famous— Priests.House Other Un-vining a Location ...

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' K. IP ~ r' w»_ _;i..^ar. - . -rjjf. i ^JaiJC'^'J'/\L-.. 7 r.' . HARVARD UNIVERSITY. LIBRARY OF I'HE MUSEUM OF COMPARATIVE ZOOLOGY "ifl r p 1932JftNl2 MEMOIRS OF THE BISHOP MUSEUMPAUAHIBERNICE OF ETHNOLOGY ANDPOLYNESIAN NATURAL HISTORY VOLUME VI h. i.honolulu, PressBishop Museum 1919-1920 V 13321 2JAN COLLECTIONFORNANDER lH,^T^ OF HAWAIIAN ANTIQUITIEvS AND FOLK-LORE THE HAWAIIANS' ACCOUNT OF THE FORMATION OF THEIR ISLANDS AND ORIGIN OF THEIR RACE, WITH THE TRADITIONS OF THEIR MIGRATIONS, Etc., AS GATHERED FROM ORIGINAL SOURCES BY ABRAHAM FORNANDER Author of "An Account of the Polynesian Race" WITH TRANSLATIONS EDITED AND ILLUSTRATED WITH NOTES BY THOMAS G. THRUM THIRD SERIES Memoirs of the Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum Volume VI h. i.honolulu, Bishop Mltseum Press 1919-1920