Kāmau Resources

pebble Throw Netting videos

Setting up net, hunting for the fish in" Another net casting (throw net)" at

Big catch on "thrownet Hawaii" at

Christmas tree of fish on "net casting Hawaiian style (thrownet)" at

pebble"Ku‘u Home o Kahalu‘u" performances

"Ku‘u Home o Kahalu‘u" performed by Jerry Santos at

Barefoot Natives (Eric Gilliom and Willie K) at

Lyrics for "Ku‘u Home o Kahalu‘u" at

pebble Information about Hawaiian Fishing Shrines

pebble If you want to see an ancient fishing shrine, you can go on a hike on the Kapaeleele Koa and Keaniani Kilo trail in Kahana Valley. You can read the information about the site on the DLNR (Department of Land and Natural Resources) website on Ahupuaʻa o Kahana State Park. Please respect the site when you go there. Do not enter the fishing shrine or leave rocks wrapped in ti leaves. You can also get information about hours and parking from the Hawaii Museums Association website.

pebbleFishing shrine built at the Maui Ocean Center

pebble Another picture of a fishing shrine on the Big Island at Lapakahi State Park.

pebble Kumu Kahua Theatre

pebble Program guide for the Fall 2007 production of Kamau. Click on to read the viewers guide with related essays by scholars

pebble Kumu Kahua Theatre homepage with information about current productions at

pebble Optional Reading: Information about the Overthrow of the Queen

pebble Friends of `Iolani Palace website information about Queen Lili`oukalani

pebble Optional Reading: Public Law 103-150

pebble The Apology of the United States Congress to the Hawaiian people (Public Law 103-150) gives a clear summary of the events surrounding the overthrow of the Queen.

Library of Congress site about Public Law 103-150 -- (After you click on "Text of the Legislation"in the second cell of the table, click on the version of the bill "Enrolled as Agreed to or Passed by Both House and Senate)[S.J.RES.19.ENR]" which is second on the list of the 4 versions of the bill.)