- Indigenous peoples--Hawaii
- Indigenous peoples--United States
- Kānaka Maoli
- Kānaka ʻŌiwi
- Native Hawaiians
Closely Matching Concepts from Other Schemes
- found: Washington Post, Aug. 24, 2000: p. A12 ("Acknowledging 'less than honorable' actions by the United States against Native Hawaiians more than a century ago, the federal government recommended yesterday that indigenous islanders be given the same sovereign status as most American Indians")
- found: Silva, N.K. Aloha betrayed, 2004: p. 12 (kanaka, "person"; maoli "real, true, original, indigenous"; Kanaka by itself also means "Hawaiian"; Kanaka denotes the singular or the category, kānaka is plural; Kanaka Maoli was used officially as early as 1852) p. 13 (ʻŌiwi is interchangeable with Kanaka and Kanaka Maoli)
- found: Wikipedia, Oct. 27, 2007 (Native Hawaiians, in Hawaiian, kānaka; ʻŌiwi or Kānaka Maoli)
- found: Northwest Hawaiʻi times, Aug. 2007 (kamaʻaina profile (Owyhee; written name that Captain James Cook used for the natives of the Sandwich Islands and it is the name that was used for the Hawaiian fur trappers))
- 2000-08-28: new
- 2009-04-22: revised
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