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Ethnobotany of the Hawaiians

Beatrice H Krauss

Ethnobotany of the Hawaiians

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Published by University of Hawaii in Honolulu .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hawaiians,
  • Ethnobotany -- Hawaii

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Beatric H. Krauss
    SeriesHarold L. Lyon Arboretum. Lecture -- no. 5
    The Physical Object
    Pagination32 p. :
    Number of Pages32
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16841504M
    LC Control Number75620016


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Ethnobotany of the Hawaiians book. Read reviews from world’s largest Ethnobotany of the Hawaiians book for readers. In this handy reference, one of Hawai'i's foremost botanists /5(2). Ethnobotany of the Hawaiians. Honolulu: Harold L. Lyon Arboretum, University of Hawaii, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Beatrice H Krauss.

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This introduction to the ethnobotany of the Hawaiians describes the plants themselves, preparation and uses of plant materials, and how the plants and artifacts made from them were used as food, canoes, houses, wearing apparel, musical instruments, medicine, and in.

This book is intended as a general introduction to the ethnobotany of the Hawaiians and as such it presumes, on the part of the reader, little background in either botany or Hawaiian ethnology.

It describes the plants themselves, whether cultivated or brought from the forests, streams, or ocean, as well as the modes of cultivation. Plants in Hawaiian culture / Beatrice H. Krauss ; illustrations by Thelma F. Greig. Format Book Published Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, c Description ix, p.: ill.

; 24 cm. Notes "A Kolowalu book." Includes bibliographical references (p. ) and index. Subject headings Hawaiians. Ethnobotany is the study of a region's plants and their practical uses through the traditional knowledge of a local culture and people.

An ethnobotanist thus strives to document the local customs involving the practical uses of local flora for many aspects of life, such as plants as medicines, foods, intoxicants and clothing. Richard Evans Schultes, often referred to as the "father of. ETHNOBOTANY OF A HAWAIIAN DRYLAND FOREST.

Medeiros1, C.F. Davenport2, To early Hawaiians, forests like Auwahi must have seemed an invaluable source of unique natural materials, especially the wide variety of woods for tool making for agriculture and fishing, canoe building, kapa.

Hawaiian Breadfruit 1 he breadfruit tree, known throughout the Hawaiian archipelago as ‘ulu, occupied an important multi-dimensional niche in ancient Hawaiian culture. This majestic, spreading tree figured prominently in Hawaiian spiritual life, was employed in a range of material applications, and served as a ready source of food and.

40 ethnobotany 34 Ethnobotany--Hawaii--Periodicals. 34 Ethnobotany--Periodicals. 34 Hawaiians--Ethnobotany--Periodicals. 34 Plants, Medicinal--Periodicals.

26 indigenous knowledge 19 interviews 18 medicinal plants 13 traditional medicine 8 folk taxonomy. next > Date issued. -. University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa Maile Way, Room Honolulu, HI Phone:() Fax: () Book Description Paperback. Condition: New. Paperback. This book is intended as a general introduction to the ethnobotany of the Hawaiians and as such it presumes, on the part of the reader, little background in either botany or Hawaiian ng may be from multiple locations in the US or from the UK, depending on stock availability.

pages. Ethnobotany at the University of Hawaii, Manoa (UHM) draws on the participation of 6 core faculty and numerous distinguished faculty affiliates housed in more than 15 academic departments.

Ethnobotany at UHM is part of the Botany Department under the College of Natural y and Students in Ethnobotany also collaborate with several complementary research and education programs. Video 40 in the Introduction to Ethnobotany series.

Presented by Dave Webb. This episode presents an overview of Hawaiian designed houses and other structures and the primary plant species used in. Subject Headings used by the Library of Congress or the National Library of Medicine, under which books on ethnobotany of South and North America can be located in most card, book, and online catalogs, include the following.

Students are no longer being admitted to this program as of April 7, The Bachelor of Science in Ethnobotany provides a unique learning environment in which biological and social science theories are integrated. Study in Ethnobotany will enable students to work in areas related to the conservation of biological and cultural diversity, work in natural health care businesses and practices.

September 6, - In partnership with the Bishop Museum, the John F.G. Stokes collection is now accessible within the Papakilo Database. This collection contains various surveys and maps, documenting Hawaiian archaeological sites, cultural features, and landscapes on the islands of Hawai'i, Moloka'i, O'ahu, Kaua'i and Kaho'olawe, with photography and mapping techniques from - Call Number: DU K72 (Hawaiʻi & Pacific Collection-1st floor).

Hawaiians used the awapuhi rhizomes to scent their tapa. Medicinally it was used for bruises, cuts and sores; for headaches, toothaches, ringworm and other skin diseases, for achy joints, and for sprains. Several medicinal recipes are in Beatrice H. Krauss' Plants in Hawaiian Medicine book.

Hawaiian Name Species Name Vernacular Name ‘a‘ali‘i: Dodonaea viscosa: none: a‘e ()Sapindus saponaria: soapberry: a‘e (Zanthoxylem)Zanthoxylum (4 species) none. State of Hawai`i Data Book ). By looking at Kaua`i in Google Earth it is evident that, due to the remoteness of much of its interior terrain, most of this conservation land was not utilized by modern agriculture or ranching, preserving it much as it was when abandoned by the an-cient Hawaiians.

Remnants of transported landscapes. Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Hawaiians, Materia medica, Vegetable, Botany, Medical, Ethnobotany, Kahuna. Sanatan Dharma Texts. Hawaiian: Books by Language.

Created on. November 6 This introduction to the ethnobotany of the Hawaiian culture before contact with foreigners describes the plants themselves, preparation and uses of plant materials, and how the plants and artifacts made from them were used as food, canoes, houses, wearing apparel, musical instruments, medicine, and.

University of Hawaii at Manoa Ethnobotany, Honolulu, HI. likes. How have plants shaped the development of human cultures. What makes plants.

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The book is not recommended for those wanting a quick introduction into the field of entheogens. One should expect complete pages filled with botanical names and complex chemical names. Ethnobotany: Home. Journal Article Databases Science Direct is a full-text scientific database offering science, medical and technical journal articles and book chapter from more than 2, peer reviewed journal and more t books.

Featured Video - Ethnobotany of Limu. Ethnobotany at the University of Hawai'i, Manoa - Maile Way, Honolulu, Hawaii - Rated based on 2 Reviews "I'm seeking scholarship to visit". To obtain any of the books listed below, simple click on the title link and you will be presented with purchasing information via 15% of the purchase price will be returned to support the maintenance and development of this web site.

Note that some of the titles may be out of print, but you can request a search of used book sources. Hawaiians in building and to a lesser degree in canoe construction.

Door frames (6, 63, 77) and house timbers (75) were made from breadfruit wood, as were the seats, decking, and paddles of canoes. The Bess Press has an extensive catalog of Hawaiian Studies books.

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PDF | OnBrien A Meilleur and others published Hawaiian Breadfruit: Ethnobotany, Nutrition, and Human Ecology | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate. Hawaiian-awa-views-of-an-ethnobotanical-treasure-1of2. Hover over the bottom of the PDF file and arrows will appear so you can change the pages.

Hawaiian-awa-views-of. Book I of the Hawaiian Language Reprint Series Ke Kupu Hou Second printing / pages. Cloth $38/$30 to HHS members Paper $20/$16 to HHS members ISBN (paper); (cloth) Created as a gift to honor King Kalākaua, this is the only book of Hawaiian poetic compositions published during the Hawaiian monarchy period.

A book such as From the Mountains to the Sea: Early Hawaiian Life is possible only because of the prior work of many dedicated researchers. Their careful studies of Hawaiian history and culture have culminated in a host of publications, many noted here in the bibliography.

Krauss, Beatrice H. Ethnobotany of the Hawaiians. Honolulu: Harold L. Introduced plants Of the plants Polynesian settlers brought with them, their favorites for cooking and eating were taro, sweet potato and breadfruit. Taro, or kalo, became the staple of the Hawaiian diet and the primary focus of agricultural activity.

Hawaiians invested more. Hawaiians today still enjoy using kukui nuts for food. They roast them in the shell, remove the inner nuts, and crush the toasted nut into coarse crumbs and mix with sea salt. This rich nutty mixture, called inamoma, is used to sprinkle on food, adding delicious flavoring .The Amy B.

H. Greenwell Ethnobotanical Garden is a Hawaiian botanical garden near Captain Cook, Hawaii in the Kona District on the Big Island of gardens closed for the public on January 31st, They are slated to re-open on Febru The garden is now open to the public every Sunday from 9 am to 2 pm.