|CHAMINADE UNIVERSITY BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE MATERIALS,
SECOND LIFE BUILT ENVIRONMENT PROJECT,
THRUM'S ANNUALS, REINECKE and HUDSON'S ARCHAEOLOGY OF HAWAI`I
and Social Research Systems Co-op.
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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 AT AMAZON.COM AS E-BOOKS:
T.G. Thrum's Almanac and Annual: 1875-1933: A Compendium of All Articles of Historical and
Cultural Interest (7 volumes)
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
- Hudson's Sites from Waipi'o to Ka'u is in final revisions
- "Contested Images of Place" (dissertation ms.) available as free pdf download
CURRENT AND UPCOMING ACTIVITIES
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The Thrum's Almanac and Annual 1875-1933 Compendium is a 7 volume set that contains all the unique and
insightful articles in T.G. Thrum's Almanac and Annual, dealing with Hawai`i's history, cultures and changing
social attitudies and current affairs. The volumes have been organized around various themes:
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.