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Peopling the Pacific
Using the night sky
Other navigational signs
Making landfall
Voyaging canoes
Voyaging Sources

Voyaging Sources
Fishing for Islands: Traditional boats and seafarers of the Pacific, John Nicholson (St. Leonards, Australia: Allen & Unwin Pty. Ltd., 1999)

The Hawaiian Canoe, Tommy Holmes (Honolulu: Editions Limited, 1993)

Polynesian Seafaring Heritage, Cecila Kapua Lindo, Nancy Alpert Mower, editors (Honolulu: Kamehameha Schools and Polynesian Voyaging Society, 1980)

Polynesian Stars and Men: The puzzle of the ancient navigation of the Polynesians, Will Kyselka and George Bunton (Honolulu: Bishop Museum Science Center, 1969)

Voyage: The Discovery of Hawai`i, Herb Kawainui Kane, William Knolton, ed. (Honolulu: Island Heritage Ltd., 1976)

"The Wayfinders," Thurston Clarke, Travel Holiday, October 1995

We, the Navigators: The ancient art of landfinding in the Pacific, 2nd ed., David Lewis, Sir Derek Oulton, ed. (Honolulu, University of Hawai`i Press, 1994)

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