|Legends of the North Shore – $7.00
by Frederick B. Wichman
|Touring the Legends of Koke’e – $7.00|
|Kaua‘i As It Was in The 1940s And 50s – $18.00
by Mike Ashman — Soft Bound
|Walking Tour of Downtown Kapa‘a – $7.00|
|Na Wahine Kiekie – Women of Distinction – $5.00|
|The True Story of Kaluaikoolau – $18.00
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|Koloa Plantation – $20.00|
|Cook ‘Em Up Kaua‘i – $15.00|
|Lihu‘e: Root and Branch of a Hawai‘i Town – $35.00
by Pat L. Griffin. Published by the Kauai Historical Society; design and production by University Press. Hardback, 372 pp., photographs, diagrams, index.
From the book jacket: Lihu‘e, Kaua‘i is both representative of and uniquely different from other communities in Hawai‘i. Its origins are rooted in the early days of the sugar industry. Over time, this once obscure hamlet branched out to become the island’s county seat, commercial core, and transport hub–the Heart of Kaua‘i. “Lihu‘e: Root and Branch of a Hawai‘i Town” traces that history from its beginnings to the present day.