Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Center for Oral History transcripts available online via ScholarSpace


The Hawaiian Collection has announced that the transcripts for all UH-Manoa Center for Oral History projects are now available via Scholarspace, the library's digital repository, at  http://scholarspace.manoa.hawaii.edu/handle/10125/21086

The projects include:
  • 1924 Filipino Strike on Kauai
  • "Captive on the US Mainland"
  • Closing of Sugar Plantations: Interviews with Families of Hamakua and Kau, Hawaii
  • Era of Change: Oral Histories of Civilians in World War II Hawaii
  • Five Life Histories
  • Hawaii Political History Documentation Project
  • Hui Panalaau: Hawaiian Colonists in the Pacific, 1935–1942
  • Ii/Brown Family: Oral Histories
  • Ka Poe Kau Lei: An Oral History of Hawaii's Lei Sellers
  • Kalihi: Place of Transition
  • Koloa: An Oral History of a Kauai Community
  • Kona Heritage Stores Oral History Project
  • Lanai Ranch: The People of Koele and Keomuku
  • Life Histories of Native Hawaiians
  • Oral Histories of African Americans
  • Oral History of Robert Richards Midkiff
  • Oral History of Sidney Kosasa
  • Oroku, Okinawa Connection: Local-Style Restaurants in Hawaii
  • Perspectives on Hawaii's Statehood
  • Pioneer Mill Company: A Maui Sugar Plantation Legacy
  • Presidents of the University of Hawaii: Fujio Matsuda
  • Presidents of the University of Hawaii: Harlan Cleveland
  • Public Education in Hawaii: Oral Histories
  • Reflections of Palama Settlement
  • Remembering Kakaako
  • Social History of Kona
  • State Foundation on Culture and the Arts: An Oral History
  • Stores and Storekeepers of Paia and Puunene, Maui
  • Tsunamis in Maui County: Oral Histories
  • Tsunamis Remembered: Oral Histories of Survivors and Observers in Hawaii
  • Ualapue, Molokai: Oral Histories from the East End
  • Uchinanchu: A History of Okinawans  in Hawaii
  • Waialua-Haleiwa: The People Tell Their Story
  • Waikiki, 1910-1985: Oral Histories
  • Waipio: Mano Wai (Source of Life)
  • Women Workers in Hawaii's Pineapple Industry
Primary funding for this project came from the UHM Library, with support from the Center for Oral History.

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