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  • Descriptive Summary
  • Administrative Information
  • Cataloguer's Notes
  • Biographical Note
  • Scope and Content Note
  • Indexing: Added Entries
  • Indexing: Subjects
  • Bibliography
  • First Two Lines Mele Index

  • Descriptive Summary

    Title: Nathaniel Bright Emerson Papers
    Date (inclusive): 1766-1944
    Collection Number: EMR 1-1323
    Creator: Emerson, Nathaniel Bright, (1766-1944)
    Repository: The Huntington Library
    San Marino, California 91108
    Language: English.

    Administrative Information

    Access

    Collection is open to qualified researchers by prior application through the Reader Services Department. For more information please go to following URL .

    Publication Rights

    In order to quote from, publish, or reproduce any of the manuscripts or visual materials, researchers must obtain formal permission from the office of the Library Director. In most instances, permission is given by the Huntington as owner of the physical property rights only, and researchers must also obtain permission from the holder of the literary rights. In some instances, the Huntington owns the literary rights, as well as the physical property rights. Researchers may contact the appropriate curator for further information.

    Preferred Citation

    Emerson, Nathaniel Bright Papers, The Huntington Library, San Marino, California.

    Acquisition Information

    This collection was purchased from Robert Van Dyke in December 1984. It contains 1,887 catalogued items and spans the period 1766 to 1944, with the bulk of the material from 1860 to 1915. The collection is arranged in the following order:
    • Series One - Emerson's Research Material, Boxes 1-10
      • Box 1 - Emerson/Pierce Family Papers
      • Box 2 - Hawaiian Antiquities
      • Box 3 - Hawaiian Revolutions of 1893 and 1895
      • Box 4 - Long Voyages of the Ancient Hawaiians
      • Box 5 - Medical Papers
      • Box 6 - Mele
      • Boxes 7 & 8 - Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii
      • Boxes 9 & 10 - Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula
    • Series Two - Manuscripts, Boxes 11-16
    • Series Three - Correspondence, Boxes 17-24
    • Series Four - Ephemera and Individual Bound Volumes, Boxes 25 & 26
      • Box 25 - General Ephemera
      • Box 26 - Index Card File
      • EMR 1311-1323 - Thirteen individually housed bound volumes
    Acquisition number: 1163
    Call Numbers: EMR 1-1323

    Cataloguer's Notes

    1. The collection is catalogued according to subject; however, some subjects can be found throughout the collection. The box subjects are not mutually exclusive.
    2. Each series and sub-series box is arranged alphabetically by author and then title, except Box 6: Mele, which is arranged alphabetically by the first line of the mele.
    3. About one-fourth of the items in the collection are written in Hawaiian, most of which do not have English translations.
    4. Because the majority of the material in the Emerson Papers deals with Hawaiian mythology and folklore, those items have not been subject indexed.
    5. There is a first two line index of the mele contained in the Emerson Papers at the end of the finding aid. The purpose of this index is to highlight the individual mele contained in the Emerson Papers, that might otherwise not be found. It does not, however, list the mele in the draft versions of Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, Pele and Hiiaka: The Myth from Hawaii or The Long Voyages of the Ancient Hawaiians. These items contain the same mele as the complete published versions. The index includes the first and second lines of the mele, the Emerson box number, the item in which it is located and the call number of that item. Box 6 is entirely made up of mele; however, mele can be found throughout the entire collection. Some mele in the collection have several versions and English translations.
    6. Many items in this collection, such as the mele, were not written by Nathaniel Bright Emerson, 1839-1915; however, he is listed as the author because he either collected, translated or copied the item and the original author is unknown.

    Biographical Note

    Nathaniel Bright Emerson, born in Waialua, Oahu, on July 1, 1839, was the son of Reverend John Smith Emerson and Ursula Sophia Newell Emerson, missionaries who came to Hawaii in 1832. After completing his education at Punahou, Emerson left Hawaii and moved to the United States to attend Williams College, in Williamstown, Massachusetts. In September 1862, he enlisted in the First Regiment of the Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry. His regiment was involved in several major battles including Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, Gettysburg, and several skirmishes of the Wilderness Campaign; he was wounded at both Fredericksburg and Chancellorsville and spent several months in army hospitals. In May 1864 he was mustered out of the army and returned to college. Emerson studied medicine at Harvard and at the College of Physicians and Surgeons in New York City. He graduated with his medical degree in 1869 and remained in New York City where he had his own medical practice.
    In 1878, at the invitation of S. G. Wilder, Hawaiian Minister of Interior and president of the Hawaiian Board of Health, Emerson returned to Hawaii to work at Kalaupapa, a leper colony on the island of Molokai. In 1885, Nathaniel married Dr. Sarah Eliza Pierce, one of the first female doctors in Hawaii; they had one child, Arthur Webster Emerson, who was born in 1887. Besides having his own medical practice in Honolulu, Emerson also held several offices in Hawaii including vaccinating officer for Oahu, president of the Board of Health, and prison physician, a position he held until his death. Emerson was a member of several groups including the Hawaiian Historical Society, the Polynesian Society, the American Social Science Association, the American Neurologists' Association and he was also a trustee of Oahu College for seventeen years.
    Emerson, having grown up in Hawaii, became fascinated by Hawaiian history, the language, the folklore and the culture and was one of the more notable Hawaiian ethnographers and historians of his time. Emerson wrote several monographs, articles and speeches regarding Hawaiian ethnology, history and culture. His research culminated in four published works: a translation of Davida Malo's Moolelo Hawaii (Hawaiian Antiquities); an address to the Hawaiian Historical Society entitled The Long Voyages of the Ancient Hawaiians (which was published by the Hawaiian Gazette); Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, published by the Smithsonian Institution's Bureau of American Ethnology; and Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii. Emerson died while on a sea voyage with his son in July 1915, at the age of 76.

    Scope and Content Note

    The papers consist of the following series:
    1. Research Material (Boxes 1-10), consists of eight sub-series: Emerson/Peirce Family Papers; Hawaiian Antiquities; Hawaiian Revolutions of 1893 and 1895; Long Voyages of the Ancient Hawaiians; Medical Papers; Mele; Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii; and Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula. Each sub-series is arranged alphabetically by author and title. Included in this series are: notes, wills, legal papers, land deeds, marriage certificates, obituaries, biographical sketches, essays, and short stories collected or written by Emerson. The series also includes material by other individuals including Sarah Eliza Pierce Emerson, Oliver Pomeroy Emerson, Arthur Webster Emerson, William R. Castle, and Robert William Wilcox. This material covers the following subjects: Emerson and Peirce family history; Hawaiian ethnology and culture; the Hawaiian revolutions of 1893 and 1895; Hawaiian history; Hawaiian mele; leprosy and the leper colony on Molokai; Hawaiian mythology and folklore. This series contains research material and notes collected by Emerson for his monographs Unwritten Literature: The Sacred Songs of the Hula and Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii. The collection includes several handwritten and typewritten drafts of both monographs with handwritten edits by Emerson. These drafts include material that Emerson took out of the final versions and allow the reader to follow Emerson's progression in his writing and Hawaiian translations. The material on the revolutions of 1893 and 1895 includes statements and affidavits given by the men involved in the political uprisings. This series also contains photographs and ephemera.
    2. Manuscripts (Boxes 11-16), are arranged alphabetically by author and title. Included in this series are short stories, essays, notes for and outlines of short stories, poetry, diaries, book reviews and speeches by Emerson. There are a few items written by other individuals. This material covers the following subjects: Hawaiian mythology and folklore; Hawaiian history; Hawaiian race relations. Three of Emerson's diaries were written during the American Civil War and give great detail of his experience in the war, including his long stays at army hospitals after he was wounded at Fredericksburg and Chancellorsville. This series also contains ephemera.
    3. Correspondence (Boxes 17-24), is arranged alphabetically by author. This series includes 699 pieces of correspondence by Emerson, the majority of his family, William R. Castle, Abraham Fornander, Frederick Webb Hodge, Davida Malo, S. Percy Smith and many others. There are 59 letters written by Emerson while he was a member of the First Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry during the American Civil War. In these Nathaniel letters, Emerson gives detailed accounts of camp life, his experience in battle, and his long stays at army hospitals after he was wounded in battle; Emerson spent several weeks in different hospitals, including the Fitz-Hue House, the Patent Office Hospital, and the Ascension General Hospital. The post-civil war letters discuss Emerson's life on the East Coast, his experience in medical school and the opening of his private practice in New York City. The letters after 1878 discuss Emerson's work on Molokai with the lepers. He often mentions Hawaii's government and the country's political problems and scandals. Emerson's correspondence continues up to a few days before his death.
    4. Ephemera (Boxes 25-26), are arranged alphabetically by author and title. Included in this series are: newspaper clippings; journals; published articles collected by Emerson; canceled checks; receipts; issues of the Hawaiian periodicals The Independent (1907), The Friend (1914), and Punahou Reporter (1872). This series also includes an index card file of the items in the original collection, some of which are not included among the Emerson Papers.
    5. Thirteen individually housed bound volumes (EMR 1311-1323), are arranged alphabetically by author and title. Included in this series are complete typed copies, with the author's autograph corrections, of Hawaiian Antiquities, Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii and Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula. Also included are three copies of published monographs by Emerson, a copy of The History of the First Regiment (Massachusetts Infantry), from the 25 th of May, 1861 to the 25 th of May, 1864: Including Brief References to the Operations of the Army of the Potomac by Warren H. (Warren Handel) Cudworth, 1825-1883, a scrapbook, a medical journal, a volume containing leprosy cases, and three letter sheet books containing copies of letters and drafts of short stories by Emerson.

    Indexing: Added Entries

    Alexander, Samuel T. Addressee of Nathaniel Bright Emerson, 1839-1915, letter (1901, Nov. 14). Letter sheet book #2, pages 29-31. EMR 1316.
    Alexander, W. D. (William De Witt), 1833-1913. Addressee of Nathaniel Bright Emerson, 1839-1915, letter (1863, Nov. 22). EMR 669.
    Bishop, Sereno Edwards, 1827-1909. Addressee of Nathaniel Bright Emerson, 1839-1915, letter (1908, Feb. 26). In Letter sheet book #3, pages 189-190. EMR 1317.
    Board of Trustees of Oahu College. Addressee of William R. (William Richards) Castle, 1878-1963, letter (1907, Nov. 7). EMR 609.
    Carter, George Robert, 1866-1933. Addressee of Lucius Eugene Pinkham, 1850-1922, Stanley Stephenson and J. Rosenstein, report (1905, Jan. 7). EMR 586.
    Coan, T. M. (Titus Munson), b. 1836. Addressee of 13 Nathaniel Bright Emerson, 1839-1915, letters (1902-1908). Letter sheet book #2, pages 40-45, 54-60, 64-67, 91; and letter sheet book #3, pages 37, 49-51, 75-76, 102-103, 110-111, 119, 124-125, 183-184. EMR 1316-EMR 1317.
    Dillingham, Benjamin Franklin, 1844-1918. Addressee of Nathaniel Bright Emerson, 1839-1915, letter (1908, Oct. 21). Page 501. EMR 1321.
    Dutton, Joseph, 1843-1931. Addressee of Nathaniel Bright Emerson, 1839-1915, letter (1907, May 21). In Letter sheet book #3, pages 106-107. EMR 1317.
    Fern, Joseph James. Addressee of Nathaniel Bright Emerson, 1839-1915, letter (1913, May 7). EMR 1124.
    Gulick, Charles T. Addressee of Nathaniel Bright Emerson, 1839-1915, letter (1886, Jan. 8). EMR 1125.
    Hawaiian Board of Missions. Addressee of Nathaniel Bright Emerson, 1839-1915, letter (1886, Mar. 6). EMR 1128.
    Hodge, Frederick Webb, 1864-1956. Addressee of 3 Nathaniel Bright Emerson, 1839-1915, letters (1909-1913). Letter sheet book #1, pages 5, 108-111, 505. EMR 1315.
    Holmes, William Henry, 1846-1933. Addressee of 9 Nathaniel Bright Emerson, 1839-1915, letters (1907-1909). Letter sheet book #1, pages 70, 104; and letter sheet book #3, pages 180, 191-194, 201, 238-245. EMR 1315 and 1317.
    Judd, A. F. (Albert Francis), 1874-1939. Addressee of Nathaniel Bright Emerson, 1839-1915, letter (1862, Oct. 14). EMR 1129.
    Wilcox, George Norton. Addressee of 6 Nathaniel Bright Emerson, 1839-1915, letters (1900-1901). Letter sheet book #1, pages 11-17, 22, 26-28. EMR 1315.
    Williams, Richards, 1793-1847. Addressee of Davida Malo, 1795-1853, letter (1847, Aug. 19). EMR 1213.
    Smith, S. Percy (Stephenson Percy), 1840-1922. Addressee of Nathaniel Bright Emerson, 1839-1915, letter (1892, Aug. 5). EMR 1144.
    Smith, William O. (William Owen), b. 1848. Addressee of 3 Nathaniel Bright Emerson, 1839-1915, letters (1884-1898). EMR 1145-1147.

    Indexing: Subjects

    Alexander, Samuel T. -
    Nathaniel Bright Emerson, 1839-1915, essay [c.1908]. Letter sheet book #3, pages 247-250. EMR 1317.
    American Civil War -
    Warren H. (Warren Handel) Cudworth, 1825-1883. History of the First Regiment (Massachusetts Infantry)....: monograph (1866). EMR 1311.
    Nathaniel Bright Emerson, 1839-1915, diaries (1862-1864). EMR 396-398.
    Nathaniel Bright Emerson, 1839-1915, short story Out of the Wilderness, first, second, third and final drafts (1903). EMR 525-528.
    Nathaniel Bright Emerson, 1839-1915, speech Programme (sic) for Decoration Day (1884, May 30). EMR 538.
    Nathaniel Bright Emerson, 1839-1915, letter sheet book #2, draft of short story Out of the Wilderness, pages 156-161. EMR 1316.
    Antietam, Battle of, Md., 1862 -
    Nathaniel Bright Emerson, 1830-1915, letter (1862, Sep. 29-Oct. 4) to Justin E. Emerson. EMR 934.
    Chancellorsville (Va.), Battle of, 1863 -
    Nathaniel Bright Emerson, 1839-1915, diary (1863). EMR 397.
    Nathaniel Bright Emerson, 1839-1915, letter (1863, May 12) to John Smith Emerson, 1800-1867. EMR 902.
    Canoes and Canoeing, Hawaii -
    Nathaniel Bright Emerson, 1839-1915, diary (1881-1892). EMR 400.
    Chinese in Hawaii -
    Nathaniel Bright Emerson, 1839-1915, notebook regarding Japanese and Chinese Workers in Hawaii (1907-1908). EMR 505.
    Damien, Father, 1840-1889 -
    Medical Papers: Ephemera (1889-1939). EMR 197.
    Dutton, Joseph, 1843-1931 -
    Medical Papers: Ephemera (1889-1939). EMR 197.
    Fornander, Abraham, 1812-1887 -
    Nathaniel Bright Emerson, 1839-1915, notes regarding Ancient Navigators of Hawaii (c.1893). EMR 135.
    Fredericksburg (Va.), Battle of, 1862 -
    Nathaniel Bright Emerson, 1839-1915, diary (1862-1863). EMR 396.
    Nathaniel Bright Emerson, 1839-1915, essay Memories. EMR 488.
    Nathaniel Bright Emerson, 1839-1915, letter (1862, Dec. 19) to John Smith Emerson, 1800-1867. EMR 897.
    Gibson, Walter Murray -
    Nathaniel Bright Emerson, 1839-1915, letter (1880, July 27) to J. S. (Joseph S.) Emerson. EMR 786.
    Nathaniel Bright Emerson, 1839-1915, letter (1880, July 14) to Samuel Newell Emerson. EMR 984.
    Hawaii - Description and travel -
    Lucius Eugene Pinkham, 1850-1922, Stanley Stephenson and J. Rosenstein, Report to Governor George Robert Carter, 1866-1933 (1905, Jan. 7). EMR 586.
    Hawaiian Annexation -
    Nathaniel Bright Emerson, 1839-1915, notes regarding Hawaiian Annexation [between 1893 and 1895]. EMR 72.
    Nathaniel Bright Emerson, 1839-1915, letter (1891, Dec. 26) to Dear Sir. EMR 670.
    Hawaiian Language -
    Nathaniel Bright Emerson, 1839-1915, A Hawaiian Chap Book, drafts. EMR 430.
    Nathaniel Bright Emerson, 1839-1915, notebook regarding Hawaiian Lessons (1902, Oct. 7). EMR 503.
    Nathaniel Bright Emerson, 1839-1915, notes regarding Hawaiian Translations (1892-1900). EMR 513.
    S. Percy (Stephenson Percy) Smith, 1840-1922, Notes regarding A Paumotuan Dictionary with Polynesia Comparatives by Edward Tregear, 1846-1931 [after 1895]. EMR 588.
    Nathaniel Bright Emerson, 1839-1915, letter sheet book #1, index of Hawaiian words, pages 34-69. EMR 1315.
    Nathaniel Bright Emerson, 1839-1915, letter sheet book #3, A Hawaiian Chap-Book, pages 129-175. EMR 1317.
    Hawaiian Mission Children's Society -
    Nathaniel Bright Emerson, 1839-1915, letter (1887, July 17) to Judson Smith. EMR 1143.
    Hawaiian Politics -
    Committee to Investigate Opium Frauds, Notes regarding Opium Scandal [c.1899]. EMR 64
    Nathaniel Bright Emerson, 1839-1915, essay (1895) Brief Resume of the Facts and Affairs of the Hawaiian Rebellion of January 1895. EMR 70.
    Nathaniel Bright Emerson, 1839-1915, notes regarding Hawaiian Annexation [between 1893 and 1895]. EMR 72.
    Nathaniel Bright Emerson, 1839-1915, notes regarding Revolution of 1895, notebooks 1-6 (1895). EMR 73-78.
    Nathaniel Bright Emerson, 1839-1915, essay (1903, Mar.) Americanism in Hawaii. EMR 378.
    Nathaniel Bright Emerson, 1839-1915, letter (1891, Dec. 26) to Dear Sir. EMR 670.
    Hawaiian/U. S. Relations -
    Grover Cleveland, 1837-1908, Broadside regarding Hawaiian-U.S. relations (1893). EMR 63.
    Nathaniel Bright Emerson, 1839-1915, essay (1895) Brief Resume of the Facts and Affairs of the Hawaiian Rebellion of January 1895. EMR 70.
    Nathaniel Bright Emerson, 1839-1915, essay (1903, Mar.) Americanism in Hawaii. EMR 378.
    Japanese in Hawaii -
    Nathaniel Bright Emerson, 1839-1915, Business Statistics of Japanese in Hawaii Nei (1906, Nov.). EMR 384.
    Nathaniel Bright Emerson, 1839-1915, notebook regarding Japanese and Chinese Workers in Hawaii (1907-1908). EMR 505.
    Kalaupapa (Hawaii) -
    Medical Papers: Ephemera folder (1889-1939). EMR 197.
    Leprosy -
    Baldwin and Bishop Home Regulations (n.d.). EMR 152-153.
    Medical Papers: Ephemera folder (1889-1939). EMR 197.
    Abraham Fornander, 1812-1887, letter (1883, Jan. 5) to Nathaniel Bright Emerson, 1839-1915. EMR 1171.
    Sidney Bourne Swift letters (1893, May 23 and Sep. 14) to Nathaniel Bright Emerson, 1839-1915. EMR 1281-1282.
    Nathaniel Bright Emerson, 1839-1915, letter (1895, May 7) to Dear Sir. On verso of E hanau ku, e hanau lono mele. EMR 208.
    Nathaniel Bright Emerson, 1839-1915, leprosy cases 1 to 184 (1879-1883). EMR 1314.
    Liliuokalani, Queen of Hawaii, 1838-1917 -
    -----, notes regarding Sharpshooters' Movements During the Revolution of 1895 (1895). EMR 111.
    Nathaniel Bright Emerson, 1839-1915, letter (1891, Dec. 26) to Dear Sir. EMR 670.
    Molokai (Hawaii) -
    Medical Papers: Ephemera folder (1889-1939). EMR 197.
    Oahu College -
    William R. (William Richards) Castle 1878-1963, letter (1907, Nov. 7) to Board of Trustees of Oahu College. EMR 609.
    A. F. (Albert Francis) Judd, 1874-1939, letter (1901, Oct. 26) to President of Oahu College. EMR 1186.
    Peirce Family Genealogy -
    Justin E. Emerson letter (1918, Dec. 2) to Harriet Christiana Peirce. EMR 668.
    Wilcox, R. W. (Robert William), 1855-1903 -
    Nathaniel Bright Emerson, 1893-1915, letter (1890, Feb. 7-8) to J. S. (Joseph S.) Emerson. EMR 857.

    Bibliography

    Briggs, L. Vernon (Lloyd Vernon), 1863-1941. Experiences of a Medical Student in Honolulu, and on the Island of Oahu 1881. (Boston: David D. Nickerson Company,1926). [Nathaniel Emerson is mentioned throughout this book; it includes letters written by Emerson to Briggs concerning vaccinating trips on Oahu in 1881.]
    Emerson, Nathaniel Bright, 1839-1915. Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii. (Rutland, Vermont: Charles E. Tuttle Company,1978).
    Emerson, Nathaniel Bright, 1839-1915. Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, Smithsonian Institution Bureau of American Ethnology Bulletin 38. (Washington: Government Printing Office,1909).
    Emerson, Oliver Pomeroy, 1845-. Pioneer Days in Hawaii. (Garden City, New York: Doubleday, Doran & Company, Inc.,1928).
    Fornander, Abraham, 1812-1887. An Account of the Polynesian Race: Its Origin and Migrations, and the Ancient History of the Hawaiian People to the Time of Kamehameha I. (London: Trubner & Co.,in1878-1885).
    Malo, Davida, 1795-1853. Hawaiian Antiquities, trans. Nathaniel Bright Emerson, 1839-1915 (Honolulu: Hawaiian Gazette Co., Ltd.,1903).
    Peterson, Barbara Bennett, 1942 -, ed. Notable Women of Hawaii. (Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press,1984).
    Smith, Bradford, 1909-1964. Yankees in Paradise: The New England Impact on Hawaii. (Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott Co.,1956).
    Stoddard, Charles Warren, 1843-1909. The Lepers of Molokai. (Notre Dame, Indiana: Ave Maria Press,c.1885).

    First Two Lines Mele Index

    [The index includes mele in English if the original Hawaiian version was not with it.]
    A coconut for thee, o Kane Dark nut and pale nut
    Box 9: Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, A Coconut Prayer: poem beginning A coconut for thee, O Kane. EMR 309.
    A he apu laau au e Kane Kau laau haua i Kahuna anaana
    Box 13: Manuscripts, Hawaiian Sorcery: Anaana: essay. EMR 434.
    A ka luna au i Pu'u-onioni Kilohi aku ku'u maka ia lalo
    Box 8: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, The Story of Hiiaka: short story. EMR 296.
    A ka luna i Poha-kea Wehe ka ilio i kona kapa, o ka hau
    Box 7: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, The Hula: poem. EMR 283.
    A ka luna i Pu'u-onioni, Kilohi aku ku'u maka ilale
    Box 6: Mele. EMR 198.
    A ka luna i Pu'u-onioni Noho ke anaina a ka wahine
    Box 8: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, The Story of Hiiaka Abbreviated: short story. EMR 298.
    A ka pali au a Haena E peahi mai ana ka lawa-kua ia'u, e, peahi!
    Box 7: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, The Hula: poem. EMR 283.
    A ka uka o ka hana Waile e ke alaula o ka makani
    Box 9: Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, The Hula Kilu: essay beginning, The difference between the different hulas are considerable. EMR 326.
    A Kailua i ka Malanai Moe e no ka lau o ka ukiuki
    Box 7: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, The Hula: poem. EMR 283.
    A Kauai, a ke olewa iluna A ka ua lana i kai e Wailua
    Box 7: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, The Hula: poem. EMR 283.
    A Ke-e a Hono-pu [Second line unknown]
    Box 7: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, The Hula: poem. Incomplete. EMR 283.
    A Kukui-lau-mania au i Hilo Nana aku au ia Waiakea, akea wale
    Box 7: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, The Hula: poem. EMR 283.
    A lele, a lele! Luku e, Kane-polu!
    Box 7: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, Hiiaka's Imprecation of Kanepolu: poem. EMR 282.
    A Makani Kai-a-ulu lalo o Waianae Ke wehe aku la i ke poli o ke hoa
    Box 7: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, The Hula: poem. EMR 283.
    A makani kehau lalo o Wai-opua A ke kupa neenee aala i ke kupukupu
    Box 7: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, The Hula: poem. EMR 283.
    A nou ka na waa Ua lele-uli, ele-hiwa ke poo ke ao
    Box 16: Manuscripts, The Story of Ku-a-Paka'a: short story. EMR 557.
    A nou ka na wa'a Ua lele uli, lele hiwa
    Box 16: Manuscripts, The Story of Pa-ka'a: short story. EMR 559.
    A nou na waa E ana kapalau ohia na wahine
    Box 16: Manuscripts, The Story of Ku-a-Paka'a: short story. EMR 557.
    A nou na waa e Hilo ua kulu-i-ua Ua halei ka ua a Kui-hewa
    Box 16: Manuscripts, The Story of Ku-a-Paka'a: short story. EMR 557.
    A pit lies far to the East Pit hot by the fire-queen Pele
    Box 9: Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: essay. EMR 358.
    Box 13: Manuscripts, Hawaii's Response to Environment: essay. EMR 437.
    A Puu-hue i na makani paio Lilikoi ula ka lepe lele i ka lani
    Box 8: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, The Story of Hiiaka Abbreviated: short story. EMR 298.
    A query, a question I ask of you
    Individual Bound Items, Letter sheet book #3, page 120. EMR 1317.
    A ua make o Kaoao A i make la i aha ia
    Box 15: Manuscripts, Na Pule o ka Wa Kahiko: essay. EMR 494.
    A ua wai naulu ka uka o Mana Ke hahai la i ka li'u-la o Kauna-lewa
    Box 8: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, The Story of Hiiaka Abbreviated: short story. EMR 298.
    A Waiakea, i Hilo-pali-ku Ala kaua i ka po iki
    Box 7: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, Mele Ane-ane: poem. EMR 284.
    A Waiakea, i ka Hilo-hana-kahi Ala i ka wa po iki i ka lehua lei o Hilo
    Box 8: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, Synopsis of the Story of Hiiaka. EMR 302.
    A Wai-akea, ka Hilo Hana-kahi Ala i ka po iki, ka lei lehua o Hilo, e
    Box 8: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, The Story of Hiiaka Abbreviated: short story. EMR 298.
    Aia la ke ike mai la oe i ka makani He makani, he ipu makani na La'a-mao-mao
    Box 16: Manuscripts, The Story of Ku-a-Paka'a: short story. EMR 557.
    Aia la! Lele-iwi o Maka-hana-lea! Oni ana ka lae Ohia
    Box 8: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, The Story of Hiiaka Abbreviated: short story. EMR 298.
    Aia la o ke ao a maua me ku'u makuakane Ke kau ae la i na kuahiwi
    Box 16: Manuscripts, The Story of Ku-a-Paka'a: short story. EMR 557.
    Akahi au puni, I ka lua, i ke kolu pai wale
    Box 6: Mele. EMR 199.
    Aki-ki-koele A koele ka waae Keawenuiaumi (?) e
    Box 4: Long Voyages of the Ancient Hawaiians, The Gods of the Waa: essay. EMR 117.
    Alas, I am seized by the shark, great shark! Lala-kea with triple-banked teeth
    Box 9: Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: essay. EMR 358.
    Box 13: Manuscripts, Hawaii's Response to Environment: essay. EMR 437.
    Aloha na hale o makou i makamaka ole Ke ala hele mauka o Huli-wale la, e-e!
    Box 7: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, The Hula: poem. EMR 283.
    Aloha nui oe E Poli annanme (?) Maeele au i ke ann e
    Box 12: Manuscripts, Diary 1907, page 15. EMR 405.
    Aloha o Maui, aloha, e! Aloha o Molokai, aloha, e!
    Box 8: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, The Story of Hiiaka: short story. EMR 296.
    Aloha Oahu, e E huli ana makou i ka aina mamua aku
    Box 8: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, The Story of Hiiaka: short story. EMR 296.
    Aloha wale i ka Lani Aloha wale i ka aina
    Individual Bound Items, Letter sheet book #1, page 509. EMR 1315.
    And found it, we thought, in Pele-ula- Dame Kap - she of the red-pied robe
    Box 6: Mele. EMR 200.
    Anwaa liilii Au waa kioloa
    Box 4: Long Voyages of the Ancient Hawaiians, Ka Lolo Ana Ka Waa I Ka Halau: essay. EMR 119.
    Ao-e ma-ke ku'u alii ia oe Ke hai mai nei na akua wahine o ia nei
    Box 8: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, The Story of Hiiaka Abbreviated: short story. EMR 298.
    Aohe au e loaa i ka ui mai He ipu aholehole
    Box 6: Mele. EMR 201.
    Aole e ku ka laau a kaua i kou kane He muku kou kane, he wawae liilii
    Box 9: Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, He Mau Wahi Mele No Kawelo: poem. EMR 313.
    Aole ka oe i ike, e na keiki Aole ka oe i ike he waa
    Box 16: Manuscripts, The Story of Ku-a-Paka'a: short story. EMR 557.
    Aole ma-ke ku'u alii ia oe Ke hai mai nei na akua wahine o ia nei
    Box 8: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, The Story of Hiiaka Abbreviated: short story. EMR 298.
    Au ana Kaena Lele ana me he manu la i ka malie
    Box 7: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, The Hula: poem. EMR 283.
    Auhea kahuli, leo le'a? Aia i ka uka lipolipo
    Box 6: Mele. EMR 202.
    Auhea wale oe, e ke hoa? Mau e!
    Box 6: Mele. EMR 203.
    Auhea wale oe, e ka Makani Inu-wai? Pa kolonahe i ka ili-kai
    Box 9: Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, The Hula Uli-uli: poem. EMR 333.
    Aulani ka moana, malino kai e Lono! E Lono i o ia, o ia ka waa pae mai, huki'a
    Box 14: Manuscripts, Moolelo o Maui nana i Hele na Kukuna o ka La: short story. EMR 491.
    Ax of broadest edge I'm hight The island groups I've visited
    Box 9: Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: essay. EMR 358.
    Box 13: Manuscripts, Hawaii's Response to Environment: essay. EMR 437.
    Beautiful is Kauai, perfect unutterable in its calm Magnificent rises Waialeale, reaching its head to heaven
    Box 6: Mele. EMR 204.
    Behold Kau-kini, the hunter of birds A net spread in the mists of Popo-kahi
    Box 6: Mele. EMR 205.
    Black crabs are climbing Crabs from the great sea
    Box 9: Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: essay. EMR 358.
    Box 13: Manuscripts, Hawaii's Response to Environment: essay. EMR 437.
    Come children and hark To the song of the swing
    Box 6: Mele. EMR 206.
    Box 13: Manuscripts, Hiku and Kawelu: outline for a short story. EMR 445.
    Box 13: Manuscripts, A Hawaiian Chap Book, second and third drafts (1907, Sep. 2-14). EMR 430.
    Box 14: Manuscripts, The Maiden That Came Back: short story. EMR 480.
    Come children I'll teach you The song of the swing
    Box 13: Manuscripts, Hiku and Kawelu: short story. EMR 445.
    Come now, Manono Come, Manono, I say
    Box 9: Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: essay. EMR 358.
    Box 13: Manuscripts, Hawaii's Response to Environment: essay. EMR 437.
    Consult the oracle of Heaven, seek the peace of the land
    A bruise of the body, an appeal to Heaven, dissolving in/by defeat and victory
    Box 6: Mele. EMR 207.
    Dear birds with bills a dipping Of woodland honey sipping
    Box 7: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, The Myth of Pele, The Volcanic Goddess of Hawaii: short story. EMR 285.
    Done thy travel as a god Take again this human clod
    Box 7: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, The Myth of Pele, The Volcanic Goddess of Hawaii: short story. EMR 285.
    E ala! e ala! e ala! Ua kulu ka po, ua kulu ke ao
    Box 16: Manuscripts, The Story of Ku-a-Paka'a: short story. EMR 557.
    E ala! e ala mai oe, e Ki-lau-pali, e Wai o Oahu, e Oahu Mana i luna
    Box 16: Manuscripts, The Story of Ku-a-Paka'a: short story. EMR 557.
    E ala! e ala! ua ao, ua ma-lama-lama Hooloini la mai ka lima, aia mai ka ai
    Box 16: Manuscripts, The Story of Ku-a-Paka'a: short story. EMR 557.
    E ala! e ala! ua ao, ua malama-lama Ke hoolale mai nei ke keiki makani
    Box 16: Manuscripts, The Story of Ku-a-Paka'a: short story. EMR 557.
    E ala! e ala! ua-ma-lama-lama E ala, e Kau, aina makani
    Box 16: Manuscripts, The Story of Ku-a-Paka'a: short story. EMR 557.
    E ala! e ala! ua ma-lama-lama Ke hoolale mai nei ke keiki huki Hee-nehu
    Box 16: Manuscripts, The Story of Ku-a-Paka'a: short story. EMR 557.
    E ala! ua ao, ua malamalama Ua hele kanaka
    Box 9: Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, Oli Hoala No Kane: poem. EMR 352.
    E ala! e ala! ua ma-lama-lama Ua hiki ka La, aia i luna
    Box 16: Manuscripts, The Story of Ku-a-Paka'a: short story. EMR 557.
    E ala! e ala ! ua ma-lama-lama Ua puka ka La, aia i Kumu-kahi
    Box 16: Manuscripts, The Story of Ku-a-Paka'a: short story. EMR 557.
    E Anahulu, e Anawaa, e Anahuki Ane makahai ka nalu
    Box 16: Manuscripts, The Vengeance of Anahulu: short story. EMR 583.
    E auhau wale iho ana oe I ka mea nui a loko
    Box 13: Manuscripts, He Moolelo no Mawi: short story, second draft. EMR 444.
    E auhau wale iho ana oe ika mea nui a loko Ua li'a au e noho nei
    Box 15: Manuscripts, An Oahu Version of the Story of Maui: short story. EMR 523.
    E hanau ku, e hanau lono Ke akua, ke akua houlu lono
    Box 6: Mele. EMR 208.
    E Hapu'u e, e paa oe i ka piko o ku'u keiki a e ke ola a me ka maikai
    Box 6: Mele - Incomplete. EMR 209.
    E Hiiaka, e na'u hoi e noho Ka La hiki, ka La puka, i Ha'eha'e
    Box 7: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, A Hiiaka Libretto: poem beginning, Hulihia ke au nei ilalo. EMR 279.
    E Hiiaka-i-ka-poli-o-Pele, e E kii-mai oe ia maua
    Box 8: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, The Story of Hiiaka Abbreviated: short story. EMR 298.
    E hii-e-uha E hii kanlani u-ha
    Box 6: Mele. EMR 210.
    E Hii-e! u-kha! E Hii kaulani, u-ha!
    Box 4: Long Voyages of the Ancient Hawaiians, Materials for the Construction of the Waa: essay. EMR 125.
    E hiolo ana ke kapu kahiko E hiolo ana na heiau me na lele
    Box 9: Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, Extract from Mrs. Defries' Book. EMR 312.
    E ho-o-na, a e a-na i ke a-lo-ha la! Pe-he-a la i-a e pau ai?
    Box 6: Mele - Incomplete. EMR 211.
    E hoo-ulu-ulu ana au ia oe Kapo Ulu mai o Kane me Kanaloa
    Box 9: Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, Altar Prayers: poems. EMR 307.
    E huli aku ana ke ahi a Lono-makua Ke ala i ka uka o Kilauea
    Box 7: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, A Hiiaka Libretto: poem beginning, Hulihia ke au nei ilalo. EMR 279.
    E ka alae pua-umi, lae ula, lae kea Na kaikaina, kaikuaana, o Mawi eli honua
    Box 13: Manuscripts, He Moolelo no Mawi: short story, second draft. EMR 444.
    E ka la ku, e ka la moe, e ka la kau Na'u, na Mawi, keiki a Hina Wai-ko-lii
    Box 13: Manuscripts, He Moolelo no Mawi: short story, second draft. EMR 444.
    E ka liko Awa-puhi I nohea i ke anu
    Box 6: Mele. EMR 212.
    E ka liko awa-puhi I nohea i ke anu
    Box 10: Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, We Himeni: poem. EMR 368.
    E ka uila nui, e hoi i Pu'u-ka-Pele E ke Olomea, e hoi i Wai-neke
    Box 13: Manuscripts, He Moolelo no Mawi: short story, second draft. EMR 444.
    E ka waa nui a Kane Haki kakala ka nalu ia Kahiki
    Box 9: Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, The Story of Kalaniiki: essay. EMR 355.
    E ka wa'a nui a Kane, Haki kakala ka nalu ia Kahiki
    Box 9: Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, The Hula Kilu: essay, beginning, More than usual interest attaches to the Hula Kilu. EMR 327.
    Box 9: Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, The Hula Kilu and Story of Kalani-iki: essay. EMR 328.
    E ka wa'a nui a Kane Wa'a lolo-niu a Kane
    Box 9: Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, The Hula Kilu and Story of Kalani-iki: essay. EMR 328.
    Box 9: Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, The Story of Kalaniiki: essay. EMR 355.
    E kama e, kama e, e na i'a e kama e Kama auaia, e kama, e kama e i ka huli nu'u
    Box 6: Mele. EMR 213.
    E Kane-hekili E Kane wawahi-lani
    Box 13: Manuscripts, He Moolelo no Mawi: short story, second draft. EMR 444.
    Box 15: Manuscripts, An Oahu Version of the Story of Maui: short story. EMR 523.
    E ku au e hele, e Lau kau maka
    Box 7: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, The Story of Hiiaka: short story. EMR 296.
    E ku au e hele, e Lau ka maka a uanei ino
    Box 7: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, The Story of Hiiaka Abbreviated: short story. EMR 298.
    E Ku, e Kane, e Lono, e Kanaloa Kuli'a ia Uli
    Box 15: Manuscripts, Na Pule o ka Wa Kahiko: essay. EMR 494.
    E Ku, e Kawelo-ai-kanaka Ka la i kalili weke ai ka hala
    Box 6: Mele. EMR 214.
    E ku'i ka hekili E nei ke olai
    Box 13: Manuscripts, He Moolelo no Mawi: short story, second draft. EMR 444.
    E Kupulapula E Kukalana wao
    Box 4: Long Voyages of the Ancient Hawaiians, A Mele Paha: essay. EMR 126.
    E Kupulapula E Kukaalanawao
    Box 4: Long Voyages of the Ancient Hawaiians, No Ke Ko Ana Ka Waa: essay. EMR 128.
    E ku-pulu-pulu Kualanawao
    Box 4: Long Voyages of the Ancient Hawaiians, Materials for the Construction of the Waa: essay. EMR 125.
    E Ku-pulupulu E Kualanawao
    Box 4: Long Voyages of the Ancient Hawaiians, Materials for the Construction of the Waa: essay. EMR 125.
    E Ku-pulupulu E Ku-kanaloa
    Box 4: Long Voyages of the Ancient Hawaiians, Making of the Waa for Kamehameha I: essay. EMR 124.
    E Kupulupulu E Ku kanaloa
    Box 4: Long Voyages of the Ancient Hawaiians, The Gods of the Waa: essay. EMR 117.
    E Laka, e! Pupu we'u-we'u, e Laka e!
    Box 9: Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, No ka Hula Ana: essay. EMR 345.
    E Lohiau ipo, e E kaikunana o Pueo-nui o Kona
    Box 8: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, The Prayer of Hiiaka: poem. EMR 295.
    E Lono, e Lono-e! e Lono-kaeho! Lonokulani, alii o Kauluonana
    Box 4: Long Voyages of the Ancient Hawaiians, The Long Voyages of the Ancient Hawaiians: essay beginning, Tradition informs us that to the ancient Hawaiians.... EMR 123.
    E Lono! e Lono-e! E Lonokaeho! Oh Lono! Lono! oh Lonokaeho!
    Box 4: Long Voyages of the Ancient Hawaiians, The Story of Paao: essay. EMR 144.
    E Lono hauli ka lani E Lono uakea ka lani
    Box 14: Manuscripts, Maui: short story. EMR 483.
    Box 14: Manuscripts, Moolelo o Maui nana i Hele na Kukuna o ka La: short story. EMR 491.
    E nihi ka hele i ka uka o Puna Mai ako i ka pua
    Box 8: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, Synopsis of the Story of Hiiaka. EMR 302.
    E o i ko inoa o Lono O ka luna lani mamao
    Box 6: Mele - With mele O ke kui-lei ula oe o ke alii. EMR 259.
    E oe, e mauna ka ohu Kaha ka leo o ka ohia moe
    Box 7: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, The Hula: poem. EMR 283.
    E oi, e mua! Kupe'e, o hopo!
    Box 6: Mele. EMR 215.
    E ola, e ola la, ka Mei Kalakaua E ola i ke Akua
    Box 6: Mele. EMR 216.
    E pae i Kahikiku I Kahiki moe
    Box 14: Manuscripts, Maui: short story. EMR 483.
    Ea ka lani ouli Kaalana ka aina e Lono!
    Box 14: Manuscripts, Moolelo o Maui nana i Hele na Kukuna o ka La: short story. EMR 491.
    Eia au, e Laka E kane a Ha'i-wahine
    Box 9: Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, Altar Prayers: poems. EMR 307.
    Box 9: Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula: monograph, additional draft pages. EMR 359.
    Eia Hawaii, he moku, he kanaka He kanaka Hawaii - e
    Box 14: Manuscripts, The Legend of Moikeha: essay. EMR 476.
    Eia ka ai a keokua I Kahuli, e Kahela, e
    Box 9: Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, Notebook regarding the Hawaiian Hula. EMR 347.
    Eia ka ai e ke Akua E ke Akua, na kula uka, na kula kai
    Box 6: Mele. EMR 217.
    Eia ka ai, e ke Akua E, na kula uka, e na kula kai
    Box 6: Mele. EMR 218.
    Eia ka ai, e ke Akua E na kula uka me na kula kai
    Box 4: Long Voyages of the Ancient Hawaiians, The Prayer of Keanini-ula-o-kalani: poem and notes. EMR 140.
    Eia ka ai, e ke akua, e Kahuli, e Kahela E ka wahine e moe ana iluna ke alo
    Box 7: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, A Hiiaka Libretto: poem beginning, Hulihia ke au nei ilalo. EMR 279.
    Eia ka awa a ke Akua He awa lani wale no
    Box 6: Mele - With mele He opua ku ihea nei la, e Kane? EMR 227.
    Eia kau niu, e Kane Niu hiwa, niu lelo
    Box 9: Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, He Pule Niu: poem. EMR 322.
    Eia ka niu la, e ke akua! Niu hiwa, niu niu lelo
    Box 9: Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, He Pule No Ke Akua O Ka Niu: poem. EMR 325.
    Eia ke koi he olopy he koi puha humumu, loloa
    Box 6: Mele - Incomplete. EMR 219.
    Eia ke kuko, ka li'a i ka manawa He hiamoe ko'u, hoala an aoe
    Box 7: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, A Hiiaka Libretto or The Story of Pele and her Sisters as Found in the Literature of the Hula: short story. EMR 281.
    Eia ko aku, e ke akua He puaa kiwa o Olonea pukoa (?)
    Box 4: Long Voyages of the Ancient Hawaiians, Offerings for the Waa: essay. EMR 137.
    Eia kou niu la E ke Akua
    Box 9: Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, He Pule Niu: poem. EMR 323.
    Eia kou niu la, e ke Akua! Niu hiwa, niu lelo
    Box 6: Mele. EMR 220.
    Box 9: Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, He Pule Niu: poem. EMR 323.
    Eike ia kana hoa Kanaka O kipa hewa ke aloha ika iho
    Box 12: Manuscripts, Diary 1907, page 13. EMR 405.
    Eike Ku pulupulu Ku Kanaloa
    Box 4: Long Voyages of the Ancient Hawaiians, Making of the Waa for Kamehameha I: essay. EMR 124.
    Eike Ku-pulupulu Ku-kanaloa
    Box 4: Long Voyages of the Ancient Hawaiians, Continuation of the Account of the Ceremony of the Waa: essay. EMR 114.
    Em'a i-huna, e m'i i-lalo I mapunapuna
    Box 9: Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, Notebook regarding the Hawaiian Hula. EMR 347.
    Ena-ena, pi-pi'o i ka lani A no Mana-ia-ka-lani
    Box 9: Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, Moana-Nui-Ka-Lehua: poem. EMR 343.
    Enoho mai kana Epili la
    Box 12: Manuscripts, Diary 1907, page 8. EMR 405.
    Euli ihuea (?) E uli ilalo
    Box 4: Long Voyages of the Ancient Hawaiians, Ka Lolo Ana Ka Waa I Ka Halau: essay. EMR 119.
    Felled was the breadfruit tree and the alamea The trees in the forest
    Box 4: Long Voyages of the Ancient Hawaiians, The Canoe of the Very Earliest Traditions of Hawaii: essay. EMR 113.
    Box 4: Long Voyages of the Ancient Hawaiians, What Was the Fashion of the Canoe, or Waa: essay. EMR 150.
    From Kahiki came the woman Pele From the land of Polapola
    Box 9: Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: essay. EMR 358.
    Box 13: Manuscripts, Hawaii's Response to Environment: essay. EMR 437.
    Ha moku ka ia, Pewa Ha uli ka lani
    Box 4: Long Voyages of the Ancient Hawaiians, Ka Lolo Ana Ka Waa I Ka Halau: essay. EMR 119.
    Hahau ke a'a hala Pale ka wawae
    Box 9: Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, Mele Hula Kii: poem. EMR 338.
    Haku ko'i ka manao Moe ole ku'u po
    Box 9: Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula: monograph, additional draft pages. EMR 359.
    Hala aku la o Kukahi la o Kulua O Kukahi ka po, o Kulua ke ao
    Box 6: Mele. EMR 221.
    Halu ke maka o Ka Waikoloa
    Box 11: Manuscripts, Diary, 1904-1905, page 49. EMR 402.
    Hao ka makaai Kai-o-ulu o ku'u aima E wehe ana i ka lau o ka niu o Pokai
    Box 9: Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, Moana-Nui-Ka-Lehua: poem. EMR 343.
    Ha-u-i ka Lani, ka mauli au honua He u-i lani, he malolo auhee
    Box 9: Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, He Mele Na-i Aina Na Ka-meha-meha: poem. EMR 316.
    Hawaii o Keawe Maui o Kama
    Box 6: Mele. EMR 222.
    Hehu ka lima o Hanela, He na niu Pehu kaha, n(?) kana kamalii
    Box 9: Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, Notes for Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula. EMR 348.
    Here is a coconut for you, oh Akua! A dark coconut, a yellow coconut
    Box 9: Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, A Coconut Prayer: poem. EMR 310.
    He ala hele manka o puu o kahea E hea mai ka pono i'au e komomaloko
    Box 6: Mele. EMR 223.
    He aloha e ka leo o ke Kahuli Ika honehone i Panaewa
    Box 6: Mele. EMR 224.
    He aloha wau ia oe I kau haua haua pono
    Box 12: Manuscripts, Diary 1907, page 17. EMR 405.
    He aloha wau ia oe I kau hana, hana pono
    Box 6: Mele. EMR 225.
    He anu, e, he anu Anu mai nei ke anu o Naheanu
    Box 9: Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, He Mau Wahi Mele No Kawelo: poem. EMR 313.
    He elele kii na Maui
    Kii aku ia Kane ma lono o Kanaloa
    Box 4: Long Voyages of the Ancient Hawaiians, Notes regarding Hawaiian Canoes. EMR 136.
    He ihe koaie a'u nana e kaa ke one o Kapualoa He koa alo no ke kualiwi
    Box 4: Long Voyages of the Ancient Hawaiians, Ka Lolo Ana Ka Waa I Ka Halau: essay. EMR 119.
    He inoa no ka Lani No Nahi-ena-ena
    Box 9: Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, The Hula Ku-i Molokai: poem. EMR 329.
    He inoa no ka Lani, e No Nahi-ena-ena
    Box 9: Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, The Hula Kilu: essay, beginning, The difference between the different hulas are considerable. EMR 326.
    He noi i ala ia oe e Kane i ka lani Eia kau mohai, he kanaenae ia oe, e Kane
    Box 9: Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, The Story of Kalaniiki: essay. EMR 355.
    He noi i ala ia oe, e Kane i ka lani Eia kau mohai, he kanaenae ia oe, e Kane
    Box 9: Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, The Hula Kilu: essay, beginning, More than usual interest attaches to the Hula Kilu. EMR 327.
    Box 9: Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, The Hula Kilu and Story of Kalani-iki: essay. EMR 328.
    He ola i mua He ola i hope
    Box 6: Mele. EMR 226.
    He opua ku ihea nei la, e Kane? He opua ku imua nei la, e Kane
    Box 6: Mele. EMR 227.
    He pule kanaenae aloha keia ia oe, e Laka E Laka-ku, e noho oe i ke kahua hana
    Box 9: Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, A Prayer to Laka in Anticipation of a Journey: poem. EMR 354.
    He u-i, he ninau E u-i aku ana au ia oe
    Box 6: Mele. EMR 228.
    He wa'a keia no Ku, no Lono No Kane me Kanaloa
    Box 16: Manuscripts, The Story of Pa-ka'a: short story. EMR 559.
    Here is a coconut for you, oh Akua! A dark coconut, a yellow coconut
    Box 9: Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, A Coconut Prayer: poem beginning, Here is a coconut for you, oh Akua! EMR 310.
    High up on a tremulous spit The conclave of women sit
    Box 7: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, The Myth of Pele, The Volcanic Goddess of Hawaii: short story. EMR 285.
    Hiki mai, hiki mai e ka la e Aloha wale ka La e kau nei
    Box 6: Mele. EMR 229.
    Hiku is climbing the mountain ridge He is climbing the mountain ridge
    Box 14: Manuscripts, The Maiden That Came Back: short story. EMR 480.
    Hino-lani kii ka ua no Hilo i ka lani Ke hookikii mai nei ke opua lani
    Box 6: Mele. EMR 230.
    Hoao Papa hanau-moku i kane o Wakea I noho ai a hanau o Hoo-hoku-ka-lani
    Box 9: Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, He Mele Inoa No Ke Alii Lono-i-ka-makahiki: poem. EMR 314.
    Hole Waimea i ka ihe a Kawa(?)eaui Hao ma na ale a ke kipuupuu
    Box 24: Correspondence, Robert Waialeale letter to Nathaniel Bright Emerson, 1839-1915. EMR 1288.
    Holo ana na'e ho'i ohiki i kaele o ka wa'a Ohiki ula, ohiki kea
    Box 9: Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, He Mau Wahi Mele No Kawelo: poem. EMR 313.
    Holo oe a Oahu Nana mai oe a he kukui ka ia
    Box 9: Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, He Mau Wahi Mele No Kawelo: poem. EMR 313.
    Hoonu'anu'a i apua o Kalamaula Ike aku kuu mana'o ia Ukuel ua
    Box 16: Manuscripts, Untitled essay beginning, Kuahana kealii i na kanaka. EMR 573.
    Hoouli, hoo-ke-a ka lani He punohu, puko'a-ku ka lani
    Box 6: Mele - Incomplete?. EMR 231.
    Hu-i iho nei ka wa'a a Ka-moho-alii E kii ana i ko lakou pokii, ia Kane-apua, i Nihoa
    Box 8: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, The Story of Hiiaka: short story. EMR 296.
    Hulihia ka mauna Wela i ke ahi a ka Wahine
    Box 7: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, He Pule na Ka-huaka'i-a-paea: poem. EMR 278.
    Hulihia ka mauna, wela i ke ahi Wela nopu i ka uka o Kui-a-na-lei
    Box 7: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, A Hiiaka Libretto: poem beginning, Hulihia ke au nei ilalo. EMR 279.
    Hulihia ka mauna, wela i ke ahi Wela hopu i ka uka o Kui-hanalei
    Box 8: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, The Story of Hiiaka Abbreviated: short story. EMR 298.
    Hulihia ka mauna, wela i ke ahi Wela mo'a-nopu ka uka o Kui-hanalei
    Box 8: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, Synopsis of the Story of Hiiaka. EMR 302.
    Hulihia ke ao, ne'e ilalo i Wakea Hulihia i ka mole o ka honua
    Box 6: Mele. EMR 232.
    Hulihia ke au, ka papa honua o ka moku Hulihia, kuli'a mai ana ka moku o Kahiki
    Box 7: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, The Hula: poem. EMR 283.
    Huilhia ke au naia-kea Hulihia i ka moee o ka honua
    Box 7: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, He Pule Kahiko o Hawaii nei: poem. EMR 276.
    Hulihia ke au nei ilalo o Wakea Hulihia i ka mole o ka honua
    Box 7: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, A Hiiaka Libretto: poem beginning, Hulihia ke au nei ilalo. EMR 279.
    Hulihia ke au pe'a ilalo I-kea Hulihia ka mole o ka honua
    Box 8: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, The Story of Hiiaka Abbreviated: short story. EMR 298.
    Hulihia ke au, pee ilalo Nei, nei, nakolo ka honua
    Box 7: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, The Hula: poem. EMR 283.
    Hulihia ke one o Kahua-loa Ua nakaka ka pali, ua lewa ka honua
    Box 8: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, The Story of Hiiaka Abbreviated: short story. EMR 298.
    Hulihia Kilauea, po i ka uahi Nalowale i ke awa ka uka o ka lua
    Box 7: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, The Hula: poem. EMR 283.
    Box 8: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, The Story of Hiiaka Abbreviated: short story. EMR 298.
    Hulihia Kilauea, po i ka uahi Nalowale inke awa ka uka o ka Lua
    Box 7: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, He Hulihia: poem. EMR 274.
    Hulihia Kilauea, po i ka un(?)ahi Nalowale i ke a'wa ka uka o ka lua
    Box 6: Mele - Incomplete. EMR 233.
    Hulihia Kukai-lani Nei aku la i ka pili o Hooilo
    Box 7: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, The Hula: poem. EMR 283.
    Hulihia Ku-ka'i-lani Nei aku la i ka pili o Hooilo
    Box 8: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, The Story of Hiiaka Abbreviated: short story. EMR 298.
    Hulihia kulia mai ka moku o Kahiki Ina no Kahiki i ka la kahi
    Box 6: Mele. EMR 234.
    I am in distress out here Rain, storm, cold and wet
    Box 9: Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula: monograph, additional draft pages. EMR 359.
    I ka manawa hua, manawa none no-na I ka none na na aina mu
    Box 6: Mele - With mele O ke kui-lei ula oe o ke alii. EMR 259.
    I kahiki e ka po! I Kahiki e ke ae!
    Box 6: Mele - With mele Ola o Kona i ka maka o ka opua. EMR 265.
    I kaui no ka huewai I ka u'uku o ka wai
    Box 12: Manuscripts, Diary 1911, loose page in front of diary. EMR 408.
    I ke ahe-ahe olu a ka Ma-a-a Huli aku ke alo i Maa-lae-a
    Box 6: Mele - With mele Hino-lani kii ka ua no Hilo i ka lani. EMR 230.
    I ko'u kahea ana keia a Maui E poloa i uka
    Box 15: Manuscripts, An Oahu Version of the Story of Maui: short story. EMR 523.
    Ia ho'ulu-ulu ia mai au E Kane-kapolei imua
    Box 9: Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, Altar Prayers: poems. EMR 307.
    Ia oe ka La, e aloha nei Ma na welelau o ka honua
    Box 9: Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, The Hula Uli-uli: poem. EMR 333.
    Ia oe malu ai uka malu Ai kai, maluai na hale
    Box 12: Manuscripts, Diary 1910, page 24. EMR 407.
    Ia oili hemo mai ka kai mai la Ka wai o Keawe-hala
    Box 6: Mele. EMR 235.
    Ia popoi haki, kaikoo ka lua Haki ku, haki kakala ka aina
    Box 11: Manuscripts, Anahule: short story. EMR 379.
    Ia popo'i haki, kaiko'o ka lua Haki ku, haki kakala ka aina
    Box 16: Manuscripts, The Vengeance of Anahulu: short story. EMR 583.
    Ia Waanui Ia waa kioloa
    Box 4: Long Voyages of the Ancient Hawaiians, Ka Lolo Ana Ka Waa I Ka Halau: essay. EMR 119.
    Ike ia Kaukini, ka lawaia manu He upena ku'u i ka noe Popokahi
    Box 9: Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula: monograph, additional draft pages. EMR 359.
    Ike'a hoi ka inaina a ke Koolau e huli ana E huli ana ka pua hau i Wailua
    Box 9: Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, Moana-Nui-Ka-Lehua: poem. EMR 343.
    Ili-ilihia i maki-eki-e ke aloha Aloha u'ina kani le'a i ku'u manawa
    Box 6: Mele. EMR 236.
    I'm smitten with spear of Kane Mine eyes with longing scan Koolau
    Box 9: Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: essay. EMR 358.
    Box 13: Manuscripts, Hawaii's Response to Environment: essay. EMR 437.
    Ino Koolau e, ino Koolau A ike 'a ana i ka ua o Koolau
    Box 8: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, The Story of Hiiaka Abbreviated: short story. EMR 298.
    Ino Koolau, e, Ino Koolau Ai kena i ka ua o Koolau
    Box 7: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, The Hula: poem. EMR 283.
    Ka alaihi-kala-loa Ka ia kuku
    Box 4: Long Voyages of the Ancient Hawaiians, Remarks on the Timber of the Waa or Kaele: essay. EMR 142.
    Ka awa lau lena i ka la I haa i ka la o ka Maka-lii
    Box 7: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, A Hiiaka Libretto or The Story of Pele and her Sisters as Found in the Literature of the Hula: short story. EMR 281.
    Ka la kilo pono Ke hele oe ka la
    Box 6: Mele - With mele Wehe kalani. EMR 272.
    Ka lae ohia i Papa-lau-ahi Ka ulu lehua o Ku-o-ka-La
    Box 8: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, The Story of Hiiaka Abbreviated: short story. EMR 298.
    Ka lehua i ka po ia Kahiki Ke hooipo a'e la i ka nahele i ka uka o Puna
    Box 9: Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, The Hula Kilu: essay, beginning, More than usual interest attaches to the Hula Kilu. EMR 327.
    Box 9: Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, The Hula Kilu and Story of Kalani-iki: essay. EMR 328.
    Ka manu o Kiwa'a Noho il ka maka-lae
    Box 13: Manuscripts, A Hawaiian Chap Book: monograph, second and third drafts (1907, Sep. 2-14). EMR 430.
    Ka nalu nui, a ku ka nalu mai Kona Ka malo e ka ma-hie-hie
    Box 9: Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, He Mele Oli-Oli: poem. EMR 317.
    Ka onini pua-hala i ke kai, e Lawe 'a ke kai i ka nui o ka i'a
    Box 8: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, The Story of Hiiaka Abbreviated: short story. EMR 298.
    Ka po kini-kini Kiui a ke Akua
    Box 13: Manuscripts, Hawaiian Sorcery: Anaana: essay. EMR 434.
    Ka Wahina nana e ka'apuni A puni ai Hawaii o Ka-mehameha
    Box 6: Mele. EMR 237.
    Kahi ka awa e hailona Waiho i ka la ku akea
    Box 9: Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, Hula Paipu: poem. EMR 330.
    Kahuli-huli ka papa o Wailuku, e He ole ke kaha kuai ai, e
    Box 7: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, The Hula: poem. EMR 283.
    Kahuli Kaia, Kapawa, ka puu hoku o Makalii ia Kaelo O Kaelo ia Kau-lua hookumu ka lani, kumu ka honua
    Box 9: Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, Moana-Nui-Ka-Lehua: poem. EMR 343.
    Kahulihuli ka papa o Wai-luku, e-e! He ole ke kaha kuai ai
    Box 8: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, The Story of Hiiaka Abbreviated: short story. EMR 298.
    Kala pana ke alii o na moku Popoi ke kai ia Kahiki
    Box 9: Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, Notebook regarding the Hawaiian Hula. EMR 347.
    Kalaku Hilo i ka ua nui Kapu ka
    Box 7: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, The Myth of Pele, The Volcanic Goddess of Hawaii: short story. EMR 285.
    Kamalii ike ole I ka lele koali
    Box 16: Manuscripts, The Story of Hiku and Kawelu: short story. EMR 551.
    Kama-puaa! Ke nahu nei!
    Box 13: Manuscripts, He Moolelo no Laka: short story beginning, A pau ko Laka.... EMR 439.
    Box 13: Manuscripts, He Moolelo no Laka: short story beginning, I ka wa kahiko noho o Laka..., first draft. EMR 440.
    Kamapuaa! Ke nahu nei!
    Box 13: Manuscripts, He Moolelo no Laka: short story beginning, I ka wa kahiko noho o Laka..., second draft. EMR 441.
    Kane is drunken with awa His head is laid on the pillow
    Box 9: Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: essay. EMR 358.
    Box 13: Manuscripts, Hawaii's Response to Environment: essay. EMR 437.
    Box 14: Manuscripts, Lena: short story. EMR 477.
    Box 16: Manuscripts, The Story of Kihapu and the Dog Pupu-a-lenalena: short story, first, second and third drafts. EMR 553-555.
    Kane Kumuhouea (?) Kane Kulipo
    Box 4: Long Voyages of the Ancient Hawaiians, Ka Lolo Ana Ka Waa I Ka Halau: essay. EMR 119.
    Kane Poha-ka'a, i ka lani Ku'i-alua, i ka ho'olewa
    Box 6: Mele. EMR 238.
    Kani-kau, kumakena nou Ka-lohe-lani Ke maki, ke maki nei makou
    Box 6: Mele. EMR 239.
    Kani-uhi, kani pahu ke alii na Kalapana, Kaha'i Peni onu ke kai o Lono, o Lihue
    Box 9: Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, Moana-Nui-Ka-Lehua: poem. EMR 343.
    Kaouli, koo-kea ka Lani, he alii He punohu, he pu ko'a-ku ka lani
    Box 9: Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, He Pule Ko'i-honua: poem. EMR 320.
    Kaouohi o ka lani ihi likoliko Ka pulolo o ke ahi, ahi lapalapa
    Box 4: Long Voyages of the Ancient Hawaiians, Offerings for the Waa: essay. EMR 137.
    Kapuk apu na maka o Puna ke 'kua wahine
    Box 11: Manuscripts, Diary, 1904-1905, page 47. EMR 402.
    Kapukapa na maka i ke Akua Wahine Aohe ike wale iho ia Mali'o
    Box 6: Mele. EMR 240.
    Kapukapu na maka o Puna i ke akua wahine Aohe ike wale iho ia Mali'o-wa
    Box 6: Mele. EMR 241.
    Kau aloha wale mai ana no Hamakua i au Halialia aloha mai ana i kuu maka
    Box 7: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, The Hula: poem. EMR 283.
    Kau wale mai no ka maka o ku'u aloha I poaiai maua, i a'e aku ai maua
    Box 16: Manuscripts, The Vengeance of Anahulu: short story. EMR 583.
    Kau wale mai no ka maka o ku'u aloha I poaiai mana, i a'e aku ai mana
    Box 11: Manuscripts, Anahule: short story. EMR 379.
    Kaua e ka hua huai Euhene lae pili kou lua
    Box 16: Manuscripts, Untitled song. EMR 580.
    Kawahine pea Ka mea mai loko mai o na o hole heana
    Box 16: Manuscripts, He Moolelo Lokale no Laka: short story. EMR 590.
    Ke aka wai li'u la E uew, ke hanu puanae
    Box 11: Manuscripts, Diary 1904-1905, page 51. EMR 402.
    Ke alanui Polo-hiwa-a-Kane Ke alanui Polo-hiwa-aKanaloa
    Box 6: Mele. EMR 242.
    Ke amo ala ke koi Ke kua ala i uka
    Box 7: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, The Hula: poem. EMR 283.
    Ke Hele la ka anhula ana o ka pali He po'i la ke kai o Milo-li'i
    Box 11: Manuscripts, Diary 1906, page 60. EMR 404.
    Ke hele la ka au hula ana o Ka-lalau Ke po-po'i la ke kai na pali o Milo-lii
    Box 7: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, The Hula: poem. EMR 283.
    Ke hele la ka au hula ana o Ka-lalau Ke po-po'i la ke kai o Milo-lii
    Box 8: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, The Story of Hiiaka Abbreviated: short story. EMR 298.
    Ke hele la no ia Akahi ka po
    Box 4: Long Voyages of the Ancient Hawaiians, Notebook regarding Hawaiian Canoes and Ethnology, page 123. EMR 129.
    Box 13: Manuscripts, Hawaiian Sorcery: Anaana: essay. EMR 434.
    Ke ku nei au e hele Alau ka maka auanei, he ino
    Box 7: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, A Hiiaka Libretto or The Story of Pele and her Sisters as Found in the Literature of the Hula: short story. EMR 281.
    Ke ku nei au e hele Hele no au i ke ala, huli mai
    Box 7: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, A Hiiaka Libretto or The Story of Pele and her Sisters as Found in the Literature of the Hula: short story. EMR 281.
    Ke ku nei au e hele, e E kapu ke ahi o ka lua
    Box 7: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, A Hiiaka Libretto or The Story of Pele and her Sisters as Found in the Literature of the Hula: short story. EMR 281.
    Ke ku nei au e hele, e Olelo i ke aka ka hele hookahi
    Box 7: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, A Hiiaka Libretto or The Story of Pele and her Sisters as Found in the Literature of the Hula: short story. EMR 281.
    Ke ku nei makou e imi kahi e nehe ai A loaa ma Pele-ula
    Box 8: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, The Story of Hiiaka: short story. EMR 296.
    Ke walina mai nei ke kini o lalo, e-e Na hoa i ka uka nahele o Puna
    Box 9: Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, The Hula Kilu: essay, beginning, The difference between the different hulas are considerable. EMR 326.
    Kemo Ua hemo ke kaula Moka Ua moku ke kaula Hake
    Box 15: Manuscripts, Notes regarding Hawaiian Translations. EMR 513.
    Ki-au-au, ki-au-au! O ke kumu o ka ino o Hilo
    Box 16: Manuscripts, The Story of Ku-a-Paka'a: short story. EMR 557.
    Ki-au-au, ki-au-au, ki-au-au! Hoo-au-au, hoo-au-au, hoo-au-au!
    Box 16: Manuscripts, The Story of Ku-a-Paka'a: short story. EMR 557.
    Ki-au-au, ki-au-au, ki-au-au! Kele-au-au, kele-au-au!
    Box 16: Manuscripts, The Story of Ku-a-Paka'a: short story. EMR 557.
    Kiauau, kiauau, kiauau Koauau, koauau, koauau
    Box 4: Long Voyages of the Ancient Hawaiians, Notes and Extracts from Moolelo of Kuapakaa by Buke Helu. EMR 131.
    Kiauau, kiauau, kiauau Koloauau, koloauau, koloauau
    Box 4: Long Voyages of the Ancient Hawaiians, Notes and Extracts from Moolelo of Kuapakaa by Buke Helu. EMR 131.
    Ki-au-au, ki-au-au, ki-au-au! Makani ka ua, po ka moku
    Box 16: Manuscripts, The Story of Ku-a-Paka'a: short story. EMR 557.
    Kihe Koolau, kihe i ka ua moe-lana I puka kele na hale o ke kele
    Box 9: Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, Costume and Conduct at the Hula: essay. EMR 311.
    Kiki-a-waa, Manu-ala-ala-hia He kanaka inu awa laua elua
    Box 16: Manuscripts, The Story of Ku-a-Paka'a: short story. EMR 557.
    Kili po'i-po'i Kili po'i-po'i
    Box 9: Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, Notebook regarding the Hawaiian Hula. EMR 347.
    Kini a ke Akua Lehu a ke Akua
    Box 6: Mele. EMR 243.
    Kini Kailua Mano Kaneohe
    Box 11: Manuscripts, Diary 1906, page 44. EMR 404.
    Ki-pu la! ki-pu la! Hoo-lai la! hoo-lai la!
    Box 16: Manuscripts, The Story of Ku-a-Paka'a: short story. EMR 557.
    Kipu la, kipu la Hoolai la, hoolai la
    Box 4: Long Voyages of the Ancient Hawaiians, Notes and Extracts from Moolelo of Kuapakaa by Buke Helu. EMR 131.
    Ko maka kunou, e! Kau a hila hila ole i ke kolo, e!
    Box 8: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, The Story of Hiiaka Abbreviated: short story. EMR 298.
    Kona kai poua i kala i ka la'i Opua hinano ua i ka malie
    Box 9: Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, Note on the variety of Mele Termed Kau and Hoaeae. EMR 346.
    Ku au hele, noho oe E noho ana oe me na lehua lu-lu'u pali
    Box 7: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, A Hiiaka Libretto or The Story of Pele and her Sisters as Found in the Literature of the Hula: short story. EMR 281.
    Ku i Wailua ka pou hale Ka ipo hoolono i ka ualo
    Box 7: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, The Hula: poem. EMR 283.
    Ku kai paoa ka Lani, he alii He alii aoa lani, aoa-a
    Box 9: Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, He Mele Inoa No Ka-meha-meha: poem. EMR 315.
    Ku kii a ka lae ohia i nana wale Ka noho nana wale aku no keia ia oe
    Box 8: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, The Story of Hiiaka Abbreviated: short story. EMR 298.
    Ku makou o hele me ku'u mau pekii aloha Ka aina a makou i ike ole ai malalo aku nei
    Box 8: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, The Story of Hiiaka: short story. EMR 296.
    Ku mala-lohi o Puna i ka awa He awa inu kahela ia na ka Lani
    Box 7: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, A Hiiaka Libretto or The Story of Pele and her Sisters as Found in the Literature of the Hula: short story. EMR 281.
    Ku pali palili Ku lani aku
    Box 6: Mele. EMR 244.
    Kua ia ka ulu, ka alamea Ka ululaau ku nahele
    Box 4: Long Voyages of the Ancient Hawaiians, The Canoe of the Very Earliest Traditions of Hawaii: essay. EMR 113.
    Box 4: Long Voyages of the Ancient Hawaiians, Notes and Extracts from No Ke Kaali Ana I Ka Waa by Samuel Manaiakalani Kamakau, 1815-1876. EMR 131.
    Kua-loloa Kea-au i ka nahele hala Kua-hulu-hulu Pana-ewa i ka laau
    Box 6: Mele - With mele Hino-lani kii ka ua no Hilo i ka lani. EMR 230.
    Kukala ia ka nalu, e Lono! Ea ka nalu haikea
    Box 14: Manuscripts, Moolelo o Maui nana i Hele na Kukuna o ka La: short story. EMR 491.
    Ku-ka-lani-po, wehe ka ula o Kahiki Olapa ka uila
    Box 9: Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, Moana-Nui-Ka-Lehua: poem. EMR 343.
    Kukulu ka makia a ka huaka'i hele moe-ipo Ku au, hele, noho oe
    Box 7: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, A Hiiaka Libretto or The Story of Pele and her Sisters as Found in the Literature of the Hula: short story. EMR 281.
    Kukulu kalaihi a ka la o Mana Keekeehi kulana o Aina-iki
    Box 13: Manuscripts, A Hawaiian Chap Book: monograph, second and third drafts (1907, Sep. 2-14), located in the second draft. EMR 430.
    Kulia a Uli ka pule Imua, i ke kahuna
    Box 7: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, He Pule na Hiiaka: poem. EMR 277.
    Kulia e Uli Ka pule kala ma ola
    Box 8: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, Synopsis of the Story of Hiiaka. EMR 302.
    Kulia e Uli ka pule imua i ke kahuna Ku'i nei, anapu iluna, anapa ilalo
    Box 7: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, The Hula: poem. EMR 283.
    Kulia, e Uli, ka pule kalana ola Kulia imua i ke kahuna
    Box 7: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, The Hula: poem. EMR 283.
    Kumai he nalu makua kahi hou he nalu makualua
    Box 6: Mele. EMR 245.
    Ku-newa-newa o uka 'Olani O hina ua kea i ka nahele
    Box 15: Manuscripts, Pupu-a-lena and His Master Lani-pae: short story and notes. EMR 540.
    Kunihi ka mauna Waialeale Waihia Ia Laea i paai ka leo aole Kahea mai
    Box 4: Long Voyages of the Ancient Hawaiians, Notebook regarding Hawaiian Canoes and Ethnology, page 143. EMR 129.
    Kunihi ka neauna i ka lai O Wai aleale la i Wailua
    Box 6: Mele - With mele He ala hele manka o puu o kahea. EMR 223.
    Kunihi Kaena, holo ana i ka malie Ua welawela i ka La ke alo o na pali
    Box 8: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, The Story of Hiiaka Abbreviated: short story. EMR 298.
    Kunihi o Kaena, holo ana i ka malie Ua wela i ka la ke alo o na pali
    Box 7: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, The Hula: poem. EMR 283.
    Ku-niwa-newaouka 'Olani Ohima na koa i ka nehele
    Box 11: Manuscripts, Diary, 1901-1903, fourth to last page. EMR 401.
    Kunuu le hua Apane Kunuu le hua hamau
    Box 16: Manuscripts, He Moolelo Lokale no Laka: short story. EMR 590.
    Kupali palile Kulani (?) o ku
    Box 4: Long Voyages of the Ancient Hawaiians, Notebook regarding Hawaiian Canoes and Ethnology, page 69. EMR 129.
    Ku'u aikane i ka la o lalo, -e! A po Kaena i ka ehu a ke kai
    Box 7: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, The Hula: poem. EMR 283.
    Kuu aikane i ka la o lao A po Kaena i ka ehu a ke kai e-e!
    Box 7: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, A Hiiaka Libretto: poem beginning, Kuu aikane i ka la o lao. EMR 280.
    Kuu aikane i ka pali ka uhu, ka ia o Maka-puu Huki i ka lani ka lae o ka Laau
    Box 7: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, The Hula: poem. EMR 283.
    Kuu aikane mai ke awa lau o Puu-loa Mai ke kaha o Kau-pe'a
    Box 7: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, The Hula: poem. EMR 283.
    Kuu ipu pehi puahi nano Kike i ka hala, hoomaui
    Box 4: Long Voyages of the Ancient Hawaiians, Offerings for the Waa: essay. EMR 137.
    Ku'u kane mai ka ua popo kapa o Nu'uanu Ke aha'i ia ma ke kua
    Box 7: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, Mele Ane-ane: poem. EMR 284.
    Ku'u manu ke Ka wai o Ka-liu(?)-wa'a ke
    Box 9: Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, Notebook regarding the Hawaiian Hula. EMR 347.
    Ku'u moku lehua i uka o Ka-li'u-la,e Li'uli'u wale ke kii-na o ke kane i ka loa
    Box 8: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, The Story of Hiiaka Abbreviated: short story. EMR 298.
    Lani kaalani a Uli e nana ia Kaa ka lani, uli ka homa a Uli e nana ia
    Box 14: Manuscripts, Maui: short story. EMR 483.
    Lihilihi pua ia o lalo Moe 'a ka wa, ka huhu i loko
    Box 8: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, The Story of Hiiaka Abbreviated: short story. EMR 298.
    Lilo i Puna, e lilo i Puna Lilo i Puna, i ke au a Ka-hewahewa
    Box 8: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, The Story of Hiiaka Abbreviated: short story. EMR 298.
    Lu'u-lu'u Hanalei I ka ua nui
    Box 7: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, The Myth of Pele, The Volcanic Goddess of Hawaii: short story. EMR 285.
    Luuhinana (?) lei i ka nanim (?) Kaumaha i ka noe o Alakai
    Box 4: Long Voyages of the Ancient Hawaiians, Notebook regarding Hawaiian Canoes and Ethnology, page 141. EMR 129.
    Mau a'a lina oe mauka o Ka-la-ke-ahi Ma Puna ka huli mai ana
    Box 8: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, The Story of Hiiaka Abbreviated: short story. EMR 298.
    Mahina ke kua Poli ole ke alo
    Box 8: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, The Story of Hiiaka Abbreviated: short story. EMR 298.
    Mai Wawau ka awa E hano awa hu'a
    Box 6: Mele. EMR 246.
    Maikai Kauai, hemolele i ka make Kupu kola Bela ke poo o Waialeale kela i ka lani
    Box 6: Mele. EMR 247.
    Maikai Kauai, hemolele i ka malie Kupu kelakela ke poo o Waialeale, kela i ka lani
    Box 9: Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, Untitled poem. EMR 356.
    Maikai na kuahiwi Nani na pae pu'u
    Box 6: Mele. EMR 248.
    Makani Ka-la'e i ka ili o Unulau Ka iliki ia ka lua a ka hewa-hewa
    Box 6: Mele - With mele Hino-lani kii ka ua no Hilo i ka lani. EMR 230.
    Malie i hu'ihu'i ai kuu manawa He malihini ko ka hale, ua hiki, a
    Box 9: Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, Mele Hoipoipo a Kealii-maikai: poem. EMR 337.
    Malino mai nei ke kini o lalo Na hoa-hoa i ka nahele o Puna
    Box 9: Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, The Hula Kilu: essay, beginning, The difference between the different hulas are considerable. EMR 326.
    Box 9: Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, Mele no ka Hula-Kilu: poem. EMR 340.
    Mana kahi, mana lua Pu'u kolu, heke eli
    Box 6: Mele. EMR 249.
    Mau akua pe'e i ka lau i-e O Hamakua i kui lei
    Box 8: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, The Story of Hiiaka Abbreviated: short story. EMR 298.
    Mimiki ke kai Ahuwale ka papalewa
    Box 14: Manuscripts, Moolelo o Maui nana i Hele na Kukuna o ka La: short story. EMR 491.
    Moana-nui-ka-lehua ai ka manu i ka liko o ka maka He makan na ke aloha
    Box 9: Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, Moana-Nui-Ka-Lehua: poem. EMR 343.
    Moku manu lele Kahiki Kahiki moku lele
    Box 9: Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, He Pule no Kana: poem. EMR 321.
    Mola'e Puna, nani, kolonahe i ka maikai Me he kula moena la, i hola ia la
    Box 6: Mele - With mele O ke kui-lei ula oe o ke alii. EMR 259.
    Moni'a, moni'a, aleale'a Pa'a i ke kumu pihaphia! lawe'a mai!
    Box 13: Manuscripts, A Hawaiian Chap Book: monograph, second and third drafts (1907, Sep. 2-14), located in both drafts. EMR 430.
    Mu olelo ke kai o Kuhia Ke wa mai la la i ka laa-laau
    Box 6: Mele - Incomplete. EMR 250.
    Na anahulu ka ina a ka makani Ka o ole i ka pili ia Makalii
    Box 11: Manuscripts, Anahule: short story. EMR 379.
    Na Aumakua i ka po Ia Kualanawao i ka po
    Box 4: Long Voyages of the Ancient Hawaiians, Remarks on the Timber of the Waa or Kaele: essay. EMR 142.
    Box 4: Long Voyages of the Ancient Hawaiians, Statements of George Koalii on Hawaiian Canoes. EMR 143.
    Na Aumakua i ka po Na aumakua i ke ao
    Box 23: Correspondence, J. Kaelemakule letter to J. S. (Joseph S.) Emerson. EMR 1190.
    Na lupea pea o Pea Kona e ka la Na hinua d Ke Kai ka lai e Ehu
    Box 6: Mele. EMR 251.
    Na Pele oui ke kumu o ke kuahiwi Kuahiwi ke koa e ku nei
    Box 4: Long Voyages of the Ancient Hawaiians, Offerings for the Waa: essay. EMR 137.
    Nahoahoa ka uka o Puna Nalulu ka poo opa nei i ka ua
    Box 9: Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, Untitled poem. EMR 357.
    Nani Kaala He ki'owai na ke kahau
    Box 6: Mele - With mele Ua haoa a miki'a o ke kai o Lehua. EMR 269.
    Naui (?) Kaa la ki'pwai na ke kehau Ke liuoa mai la na poe o Lihue
    Box 11: Manuscripts, Diary 1905, page 16. EMR 403.
    Nei e ha'lulu luna o Wai-aloha Heaha la nei makani o ka pono?
    Box 9: Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, An Interlude: essay. EMR 336.
    No ka ipo lei manu Ua manu ku'u hoa
    Box 9: Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, The Hula Uli-uli: poem. EMR 335.
    No luna ka hale-kai, no ka maa-lewa Nana ka maka ia Moana-nui-ka lehua
    Box 7: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, A Hiiaka Libretto or The Story of Pele and her Sisters as Found in the Literature of the Hula: short story. EMR 281.
    Noho i ka lauhaa o ka moku Hina kukulu o Kahiki-ku
    Box 7: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, The Hula: poem. Incomplete, starts on line 10 of mele. EMR 283.
    Noho iho nei o Mea i ke ao nei Ku ana i Ka-wai-hau
    Box 6: Mele. EMR 252.
    Noho no i Puna ka nani me ka maikai He hale kipa ia na ke ala me ka onaona
    Box 6: Mele. EMR 253.
    Box 9: Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, Note on the variety of Mele Termed Kau and Hoaeae. EMR 346.
    Nou ka ka waa E Hawaii nui a Kane
    Box 16: Manuscripts, The Story of Ku-a-Paka'a: short story. EMR 557.
    Nou ka waa Haeleele ke alo o Ha'i-kua
    Box 16: Manuscripts, The Story of Ku-a-Paka'a: short story. EMR 557.
    Nou paha, e, ka ma'i E ka'i-ka'i ku ana
    Box 9: Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, Mele no ka Hula Pele: poem. EMR 341.
    Now day climbs up in the East Morn folds the curtains of night
    Box 9: Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: essay. EMR 358.
    Box 13: Manuscripts, Hawaii's Response to Environment: essay. EMR 437.
    Now Kane approach, illumine the altar Stoop to enlighten us mortals below
    Box 9: Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula: monograph, additional draft pages. EMR 359.
    O Ewa ka i hoola' iae ki makani Kai lahui la e ka moa'e
    Box 12: Manuscripts, Diary 1907, page 6. EMR 405.
    O Hanalei, aina kukele i ka ua, [no second line]
    Box 9: Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula: monograph, additional draft pages. EMR 359.
    O Hawaii nui ai aina ka moku E ku ai ka moa lawa
    Box 4: Long Voyages of the Ancient Hawaiians, Ka Lolo Ana Ka Waa I Ka Halau: essay. EMR 119.
    O Hawaii nui Kuauli Maui o Ihikapalaumea
    Box 4: Long Voyages of the Ancient Hawaiians, The La or Sail of the Ancient Hawaiian Canoes: essay. EMR 120.
    O Hawaii nui Kuauli ka moku E kau ai i ka moa lawa
    Box 4: Long Voyages of the Ancient Hawaiians, Ka Lolo Ana Ka Waa I Ka Halau: essay. EMR 119.
    O i ka i'a pewa haku au ka aina O Ka-lani hele i ka moana wehiwehi
    Box 6: Mele - With mele O ke kui-lei ula oe o ke alii. EMR 259.
    O I oe, o ka mole uaua o ke alii O ka mole awahia o ke kapu o Kuia
    Box 6: Mele. EMR 254.
    O ihi Kalani E waiku e lani
    Box 4: Long Voyages of the Ancient Hawaiians, Notebook regarding Hawaiian Canoes and Ethnology, page 135. EMR 129.
    O ka haku makalani kapu o ka hakumaka O ka makaiolele Makakaualii
    Box 9: Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, He Oki: poem. EMR 318.
    O ka lani Eauikeaouli, ke opu malumalu o na aina O ke kukui malamalama o na moku, kou aloha e uwe mai
    Box 6: Mele - Incomplete? EMR 255.
    O ka leo o ke kanaka hookahi, mailuna mai Mailoko mai o ka leo o ka manu
    Box 8: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, Synopsis of the Story of Hiiaka. EMR 302.
    O ka ua kahi O ka ua elua
    Box 9: Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, Hula Pa'i-umauma: poem. EMR 331.
    O ka wai mukiki a'ala lehua o ka manu O ka awa ili lena i ka uka o Ka-li'u
    Box 7: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, Mele Ane-ane: poem. EMR 284.
    O Kaala i ka ipu wai ke hau He ipu wai ke hau, hau no Kalena
    Box 6: Mele. EMR 256.
    O Kahiki, ia wai Kahiki? Ia Ku no
    Box 6: Mele. EMR 257.
    O Kahiki moku ka ia loa Aina a Olopana i noho ai
    Box 4: Long Voyages of the Ancient Hawaiians, Notes regarding Hawaiian Canoes. EMR 136.
    O Kalani Kanikeaouli Keopu Malu Malu o na aina
    Box 6: Mele. EMR 258.
    O kaua a Pele i haka i Kahiki I hakaka ai me Puna-ai-koa'e
    Box 8: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, The Story of Pele and Hiiaka: poem. EMR 300.
    O ke alialia li'u o Mana Ke u-hai la ka wai
    Box 9: Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, He Mele Inoa No Ke Alii Lono-i-ka-makahiki: poem. EMR 314.
    O ke au i Kahuli wela ka honua O ke au i kanuli lole ka lani
    Box 9: Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, Altar Prayers: poems. EMR 307.
    O ke kuene kapu o Kaulu-mahoa-lani O keaweawe muli o Lono
    Box 9: Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, He Oki: poem. EMR 319.
    O ke kui-lei ula oe o ke alii O ke alii oe o Ka-au-alana-moku
    Box 6: Mele. EMR 259.
    O ke kuko O ka lia
    Box 4: Long Voyages of the Ancient Hawaiians, Notebook regarding Hawaiian Canoes and Ethnology, page 90. EMR 129.
    O ke kulei ula oe O ke ahua lana moku
    Box 9: Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, Altar Prayers: poems. EMR 307.
    O ke ola no ko'u A Kolopupu, a hau maka
    Box 9: Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, Notebook regarding the Hawaiian Hula. EMR 347.
    O Ku-pula-pula Ku Kalanawao
    Box 4: Long Voyages of the Ancient Hawaiians, Statements of George Koalii on Hawaiian Canoes. EMR 143.
    O Ku-pulapula O Ku-kalanawao
    Box 4: Long Voyages of the Ancient Hawaiians, Remarks on the Timber of the Waa or Kaele: essay. EMR 142.
    O Ku-wa-o-ka-lani O Ku-wa-oka-homa (?)
    Box 4: Long Voyages of the Ancient Hawaiians, Materials for the Construction of the Waa: essay. EMR 125.
    O mai ka hiapo nona ia inoa Oili hemo maikai mai la ka wai o Keawe-hala
    Box 6: Mele. EMR 260.
    O mai ke aka ka niu hiwa I ka ua iluna
    Box 6: Mele. EMR 261.
    O mai ka lani ka laau moe-wai Ke oluha moe-wai ka pu kau holo
    Box 6: Mele - With mele O ke kui-lei ula oe o ke alii. EMR 259.
    O mai o Nana-mua, o Nana-hope E nana, e nana, e Nana-ulu
    Box 6: Mele - With mele O ke kui-lei ula oe o ke alii. EMR 259.
    O maike aka i ka niu hiwa Kau kahi ka niu hiwa
    Box 6: Mele - With mele O ke kui-lei ula oe o ke alii. EMR 259.
    O Mana-ia-ka-lani O U'ina-ka-lani
    Box 9: Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, Moana-Nui-Ka-Lehua: poem. EMR 343.
    O Maui, o Ihikapalaumea (?) Oahu, O Lalo waid, o Kakuhihewa
    Box 4: Long Voyages of the Ancient Hawaiians, No Ka Pea La No Ka Waa: essay. EMR 127.
    O na ahi enaena o ka lani Ka naki kupu ohiohi lala ole
    Box 6: Mele - With mele O ke kui-lei ula oe o ke alii. EMR 259.
    O oe ia e ka Lani, ka haku koi alamea Ke kepue, ka moe-wai o uka
    Box 6: Mele - With mele O ke kui-lei ula oe o ke alii. EMR 259.
    O oe na e ka lani Ka lani kapu a Keawe i hanau
    Box 9: Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, He Mele Inoa No Ke Alii Lono-i-ka-makahiki: poem. EMR 314.
    O Paumakua ka Lani a Moenainua O ke 'lii nana i hele ke Kahiki
    Box 12: Manuscripts, A Fragment of Tradition regarding Paumakua: essay. EMR 422.
    O Pele la ke kumu o Kahiki Ka mea nana i hoolale
    Box 6: Mele. EMR 262.
    O Puna lehua ula i ka papa I ula i ka papa ka lehua o Puna
    Box 7: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, Mele Ane-ane: poem. EMR 284.
    O Wai-akea ka aina Lau ke akua e haa nei la-e!
    Box 8: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, The Story of Hiiaka Abbreviated: short story. EMR 298.
    O Wakea a Kahiko o Lua-mea, e-a O Papa, o Papa hanau-moku ka wahine
    Box 6: Mele. EMR 263.
    O Wakea kahi-kolu a Mea O Papa, o Papa hanau moku ka wahine
    Box 6: Mele. EMR 264.
    Of Laka - son of Wa-hi-e the grand Kipahulu's king on Maui's land
    Box 14: Manuscripts, Laka, the Canoe Builder: short story, first draft, second and final drafts. EMR 466-468.
    Oh, mighty Pele, wonderous, awful, grand Thou much-feared Goddess of this favored land
    Box 25: Ephemera, Newspaper Clippings regarding Poetry. EMR 1308.
    Ohnohu Kahiki, na lewa ke ao Ua onea ka luna o Nuukele
    Box 14: Manuscripts, Moolelo o Maui nana i Hele na Kukuna o ka La: short story. EMR 491.
    Oke kai ke'i hala Ku'i e ke kai a Hina
    Box 11: Manuscripts, Diary, 1904-1905, page 45. EMR 402.
    Ola o Kona i ka maka o ka opua No uka, ho ka maka-ili, ia ua
    Box 6: Mele. EMR 265.
    Our parked lehua on lava plain Clothed in bloom of fire-red stain
    Box 7: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, The Myth of Pele, The Volcanic Goddess of Hawaii: short story. EMR 285.
    Owau ke hele i na lae ino o Koolau I na lae ma ka'kai
    Box 7: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, The Hula: poem. EMR 283.
    Pa aku la oe i kui-ka'a I ka hooka'a
    Box 9: Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, He Mau Wahi Mele No Kawelo: poem. EMR 313.
    Pahulu, lawaia nui o kai, e He mai ana hoi ha ua i'a
    Box 8: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, The Story of Hiiaka Abbreviated: short story. EMR 298.
    Pa-ihi-ihi o a'i o Haku-o-lana Kukulu au i ke kila a paa
    Box 6: Mele. EMR 266.
    Paihiihi o Lai ohakualana Kukula aui ke kila a paa
    Box 4: Long Voyages of the Ancient Hawaiians, Notebook regarding Hawaiian Canoes and Ethnology, page 137. EMR 129.
    Paihiihi o Lai-o-hakuolana Kukulu au i ke kila a paa
    Box 13: Manuscripts, Hawaiian Sorcery: Anaana: essay. EMR 434.
    Pana-ewa nui noku lehua Ohia kupu ha-o'eo'e
    Box 8: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, The Story of Hiiaka Abbreviated: short story. EMR 298.
    Pau au lehua i ka manu Ke ai na mai la
    Box 9: Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, Mele na Kawelo: poem. EMR 339.
    Pau Puna, ua koele ka papa Ua noe ke kuahiwi
    Box 8: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, The Story of Hiiaka Abbreviated: short story. EMR 298.
    Pehu ka limu o Hanalei, he ua nui Pehu kaha, nunu ka maka o ka lehua
    Box 9: Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, Mele no Kawelo: poem. EMR 339.
    Pii ana Hiku i ke kualono Pii ana Hiku i ke kualono
    Box 6: Mele. EMR 267.
    Pilihua kuu manawa Piha i ka hilahila
    Box 4: Long Voyages of the Ancient Hawaiians, Offerings for the Waa: essay. EMR 137
    Po Puna i ka ua awa Kina'i ka lele a ka ua
    Box 8: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, The Story of Hiiaka Abbreviated: short story. EMR 298.
    Polohinano Luia e ke Onaona puiwa
    Box 15: Manuscripts, An Oahu Version of the Story of Maui: short story. EMR 523.
    Polohinano, lu ia e ke onaena Puiwa ka manu noho i Kaula haaheo
    Box 13: Manuscripts, He Moolelo no Mawi: short story, second draft. EMR 444.
    Pono mai la oe aina kai Wai-alua i ka hau Ke olelo wale la no i ka Lani
    Box 6: Mele - With mele Hino-lani kii ka ua no Hilo i ka lani. Incomplete. EMR 230.
    Po-po'i, haki kai-ko'o ka lua Haki-ku, haki-kakala
    Box 8: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, The Story of Hiiaka Abbreviated: short story. EMR 298.
    Popo'i, haki, kai-ko'o ka lua Haki ku, haki kakala a ka ino
    Box 7: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, The Hula: poem. EMR 283.
    Proudly the sun shoots his rays at Mana All Aina-iki dances with joy
    Box 13: Manuscripts, A Hawaiian Chap Book: monograph, second and third drafts (1907, Sep. 2-14), located in the second draft. EMR 430.
    Pua ka wiliwili, nanahu ka mano Pua ka wahine maikai, nanahu ke kanawai
    Box 4: Long Voyages of the Ancient Hawaiians, Remarks on the Timber of the Waa or Kaele: essay. EMR 142.
    Puea ke one ka lehua o uka Ua hoa iki ka ula i ka papa
    Box 7: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, The Hula: poem. EMR 283.
    Puhi 'a Puna, po i ke awa Oni Pu'u-onioni, haa ka papa o Apua
    Box 8: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, The Story of Hiiaka Abbreviated: short story. EMR 298.
    Puna is the land of beauty and goodness The home of fragrance and charm
    Box 6: Mele - Incomplete? EMR 268.
    Pupu weuweu e, Laka e Oau kou kahu, e ke akua
    Box 4: Long Voyages of the Ancient Hawaiians, The Gods of the Waa: essay. EMR 117.
    Box 4: Long Voyages of the Ancient Hawaiians, Offerings for the Waa: essay. EMR 137.
    Pu-puhi kai o Ukoa Puhala ka ihu nana i ke kaao
    Box 16: Manuscripts, The Story of Ku-a-Paka'a: short story. EMR 557.
    Refuse me not recognition Behold, it truly is I
    Box 14: Manuscripts, The Last of His Line: short stories. EMR 471-473.
    Sea-girt Puna's lashed with wind Her weaving palm-fronds land-inclined
    Box 7: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, The Myth of Pele, The Volcanic Goddess of Hawaii: short story. EMR 285.
    Sustained by the sipping of nectar The love-bird dips bill in the flower
    Box 7: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, The Myth of Pele, The Volcanic Goddess of Hawaii: short story. EMR 285.
    The bird of Kiwa'a rests on the cape's extreme The ocean slaps over to rage
    Box 13: Manuscripts, A Hawaiian Chap Book: monograph, second and third drafts (1907, Sep. 2-14), located in the second draft. EMR 430.
    The huge roller, roller that surges at Kona Makes loin-cloth fit for a lord
    Box 9: Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: essay. EMR 358.
    Box 13: Manuscripts, Hawaii's Response to Environment: essay. EMR 437.
    The rain pelts thy bloom It beats on thy palms, oh Puna
    Box 7: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, The Myth of Pele, The Volcanic Goddess of Hawaii: short story. EMR 285.
    'Tis time for the parting of ways Farewell to each loved one who stays
    Box 7: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, The Myth of Pele, The Volcanic Goddess of Hawaii: short story. EMR 285.
    Ua anahulu ka ina a ka makani Ka o ole i ka pili ia Makalii
    Box 16: Manuscripts, The Vengeance of Anahulu: short story. EMR 583.
    Ua haoa a miki'a o ke kai o Lehua Naholo ke Koolau, hui makawalu
    Box 6: Mele. EMR 269.
    Ua like no a like Meka u a ka-ni le-hua
    Box 25: Ephemera, Like No A Like: song. EMR 1305.
    Ua lu ope'ape'a Kona i ka La Ua hinu'a i ke kai ka la'i a Ehu, na kaia
    Box 6: Mele. EMR 270.
    Ua lu ope'ape'a Kona i ka La Ua hinu'ai ke kai ka la'i-a-Ehu na kala
    Box 7: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, He Mule Pule o ka Wa Kahiko i na Kupua: poem. EMR 275.
    Ua lupea pe'a o Pe'a Kona, e ka la E ka la; Ua hinue e ke kai
    Box 6: Mele. EMR 271.
    Ua make, kalawa ka mai la A puni la, e, ua make
    Box 8: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, The Story of Hiiaka Abbreviated: short story. EMR 298.
    Ua pakele i ka la Ku-kala-ula Ua hala ka Puu-lena, aia i Hilo
    Box 13: Manuscripts, A Hawaiian Chap Book: monograph, second and third drafts (1907, Sep. 2-14), located in both drafts. EMR 430.
    Ua pakele i ka la o Ku-ka-hala-ula Ua hala ka Pu'u-lena, aia i Hilo
    Box 13: Manuscripts, A Hawaiian Chap Book: monograph, second and third drafts (1907, Sep. 2-14), located in the second draft. EMR 430.
    Ua wela ka hoku, ka malama Ua wela Makalii, Kaelo, ia Ka-ulua
    Box 7: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, The Hula: poem. EMR 283.
    Ula Kala'e i ka lepo a ka makani Hoo-nu'a-nu'a i apu a Ka-lama-ula
    Box 9: Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, No ka Hula Ana: essay. EMR 345.
    Wai-hinano iki a ka po'ipo'i, e Ua make ia, ua ma ke 'lii non nei moku
    Box 8: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, The Story of Hiiaka Abbreviated: short story. EMR 298.
    Wehe kalani Manowai powehi wehi ke homa
    Box 6: Mele. EMR 272.
    Wehe'a iho la maluna o Hini-manu Ike'a Wailua, ke kino o ke Koolau
    Box 13: Manuscripts, A Hawaiian Chap Book: monograph, second and third drafts (1907, Sep. 2-14), located in the second draft. EMR 430.
    Wehiwehi neia pua, na'u e kui Ke kipona ia me ka ma'o
    Box 6: Mele. EMR 273.
    Wela ka hoku, ka Malama Ua wela Makalii
    Box 8: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, The Story of Hiiaka Abbreviated: short story. EMR 298.
    Wela ka lani o Owe O nehenehe leleku ka ua kalu (?)
    Box 4: Long Voyages of the Ancient Hawaiians, Notes regarding Hawaiian Canoes. EMR 136.
    Ye sharp crushed bellows, ye low sweeping billows, Ye swamping billows that move towards Tahiti o Lono
    Box 4: Long Voyages of the Ancient Hawaiians, Notes regarding Hawaiian Canoes. Incomplete, starts on line 22 of mele. EMR 136.
    Your banners flaunt ere time, Mahu-nui Too soon are your white smoke streamers flying
    Box 7: Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii, The Myth of Pele, The Volcanic Goddess of Hawaii: short story. EMR 285.