Precontact Hawaiian civilization is represented by a rich legacy of
archaeological sites, many of which have been preserved and are
accessible to the public. This volume provides for the first time
an authoritative handbook to the most important of these
archaeological treasures. The 50 sites covered by this book are
distributed over all the main islands and include heiau (temples),
habitation sites, irrigated and dryland agricultural complexes,
fishponds, petroglyphs, and several post-contact (early
19th-century) sites. Site locations are shown on individual island
maps, and detailed plans are provided for several sites.
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