This section lists the state-wide association Native Hawaiian Genealogy Society. It then lists county associations from Hawaii Mayflower to Honolulu giving details about each one and what resources and publications they offer.
Their aim is to preserve the genealogy of the Native Hawaiian people through its members' work.
The Society shares ideas related to the study of shared and individual genealogy.
Their website includes links to Archives and Repositories that will be useful when conducting research.
They have an extensive range of Genealogy books that can be downloaded from their site in PDF Format.
These books include:
Resources available include:
Details of surnames currently being researched by members are also available.
The organisation was established in 1951 and now has over 125 members. They give details of other Societies that also give information about the Mayflower and its descendants, along with details of other Mayflower Websites.
Information regarding their resources is accessible on the site, which include:
The association aims to encourage and promote an interest in genealogy and to educate members and the public in the best way to conduct genealogical research. Information regarding several Genealogical Resources are accessible on their site, which incorporate:
Resources are also available, which include:
They also provide links to Genealogical and Historical Records that are on-line. A bi-monthly newsletter called Ke Kuauhau is published by the Society.
Details of surnames currently being researched by members is also available.