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and Annual 1875-1933
China Spring Field Trip 2008
On the road to Famen
Temple, west of Xi'an.
NOW AVAILABLE AS PDF FORMAT E-BOOKS on CD:
T.G. Thrum's Almanac and Annual: 1875-1933: A Compendium of All Articles of Historical and
J.E. Reinecke's Hawaiian Sites from South Kohala to Ka`u (Island of Hawai`i)
R. Bordner's Contested Images of Place in a Multicultural Context: The Ahupua`a of Kanaio
and A`uahi, Maui is available as a e-book download upon request (click on RB and SRSC page)
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- Thrum's 1875-1933 7 volume Compendium(revised edition) available as either a PDF cd, or as
a Kindle/Sony e-book reader text, available from Amazon Kindle store
- Reinecke's Sites from South Kohala-Ka`u (revised edition) available as e-book
- Contested Images of Place available as pdf download
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Kohala to Ka`u (1931)
The Thrum Compendium of the 1875-1933 Almanac and Annuals is a 7 volume set that contains all the articles
of historical and cultural interest from ALL of the Thrum's Annuals from 1875 to 1933. Complete sets of the
ANNUAL are extremely rare today, with stunning prices for single-year issues now on e-bay or amazon. The
annual had a number of unique and insightful articles about Hawai`i's history, cultures and changing social
milieux that until now have been unavailable to the modern reader.
Volume 1: The yearly Reminiscences; Trivia; Maritime; and Aviation (245 pages).
Volume II: I Hala articles about traditional Hawaiian society; and Archaeology (214 pages).
Volume III: Hawaiian Folklore articles, many translated from early Hawaiian newspaper articles (140 pages).
Volume IV: Hawaii Nei articles from the ANNUALS of 1875-1897, including historical articles and current affairs
such as the 1893 Overthrow and 1895 Rebellion (212 pages).
Volume V: Hawaii Nei articles from the ANNUALS of 1898-1910, including historical articles and current affairs
such as the move to Territorial status (204 pages).
Volume VI: Hawaii Nei articles from the ANNUALS of 1911-1920, including historical articles such as 1850's
Honolulu and currrent affairs such as World War I (214 pages).
Volume VII: Hawaii Nei articles from the ANNUALS of 1921-1933, including historical articles such as
reminiscences of Honolulu in the 1850's (172 pages).
Reinecke's Survey of Hawaiian Sites from South Kohala to Ka`u is the only general survey of Hawaiian sites that
was conducted prior to major development of the Kohala-Kona coast region. Existing only as a partial
manuscript and field notes since 1932, it is an invaluable resource to view a now largely-vanished part of the
archaeological heritage of the Big Island of Hawai`i.
Both the Thrum and Reinecke volumes have been revised as of 5/09. The Thrum has also been
reformatted into Mobi format for viewing on Sony and Kindle e-book readers.