Hawaii

RAMM has 77 items listed for Hawaii

E1224 – adze (koi) – Henry Vaughan 6 August 1868 (Captain Cook)

E1226 – knife (palau papanihomano) – Henry Vaughan 6 August 1868 (Captain Cook)

E1243 – ceremonial staff – family of Dr. Teschemaker 9 April 1869

E1266 – ivory ornament – WD Blatchford 1869

E1269a-f fish hooks – William Bower Scott 20 April 1869. He was the nephew of James Woodward Scott, collector and midshipman on Captain George Vancouver’s voyage (1791-5) E1269a;

E1271 – turtle shell fish hook – William Bower Scott 20 April 1869. He was the nephew of James Woodward Scott, collector and midshipman on Captain George Vancouver’s voyage (1791-5)

E1272a-e bone fish hooks – William Bower Scott 20 April 1869. He was the nephew of James Woodward Scott, collector and midshipman on Captain George Vancouver’s voyage (1791-5) E1272c;

E1278 – boar tusk bracelet – Henry Vaughan 6 August 1868 (Captain Cook)

E1279 – necklace with ivory pendant (lei niho palaoa) – Mrs Strettell 1868

E1304 – model drum – bequeathed October 1865 by widow of FWL Ross

E1734 – barkcloth beater (i’e kuku) – Devon and Exeter Institution January 1872. Listed in museum register as Francis Godolphin Bond.

E1735 – barkcloth ebater (i’e kuku) – Devon and Exeter Institution 1872.

E1762 – bone hook – Devon and Exeter Institution 1872. Apparently human bone (unverified)

E1766 – barbed throwing spear (ihe laumake) – Devon and Exeter Institution 1872.

E1775 – feathered helmet (mahiole) – Devon and Exeter Institution 11 January 1872.

E1824 – feather cape (‘ahu’ula) – Devon and Exeter Institution 18 May 1875.

VS1515 – barkcloth (kapa) – donated by Rear Admiral CB Preedy 26 Septermber 1879

46/1908 – wood canoe spear rest – Robert Cumming 1 November 1908

47/1908 – necklace (lei niho palaoa) – Robert Cuming 1 November 1908

29/1921/7 – barkcloth beater (i’e kuku) – Miss Molton 1921

49/1949/90 – adze head (koi part) – J McAlpine Woods 24 June 1949

64/1974/21 – necklace (lei niho palaoa) – ex Woodspring Museum 1974

3/1994/13 – bone fish hook – reaccession – donor unknown

58/1994/1-8 – 19th century barkcloth fragments (kapa) – reaccession – donor unknown. Possibly E1768 “x7 small pieces of tapa cloth, Otaheite, Devon & ExeterInstitution, presented by Capt. Bond RN” 58/1994/4; 58/1994/5; 58/1994/6;  58/1994/7

83/1995 – basalt pounder (ku’i’ai pohaku) – purchased at Bearne’s auction, 1995, lot 789, provenance unknown.

59/2000/1 – book of barkcloth samples – Peggy Wakeham 2000

59/2000/2-7 – barkcloth stamps (‘ohe kapala) – Peggy Wakeham 2000

59/2000/9 – trolling lure – Peggy Wakeham 2000

59/2000/10 – necklace pendant (for a lei niho palaoa) – Peggy Wakeham 2000

59/2000/12 – cordage of coir – Peggy Wakeham 2000

59/2000/13-15 and 8/2005/3 – shell necklaces – Peggy Wakeham 2000

59/2000/17 – cotton and shell belt – Peggy Wakeham 2000

59/2000/18 – kukui nut necklace – Peggy Wakeham 2000

59/2000/19 – kukui nut bead – Peggy Wakeham 2000

59/2000/20-1 – textile flags of Hawaii (prior to 1849 US annexation)

59/2000/22-4 – fans – Peggy Wakeham 2000 59/2000/24;

59/2000/25 – wall pocket – Peggy Wakeham 2000

59/2000/26-8; &38 – mats – Peggy Wakeham 2000

59/2000/29 – stationery set – Peggy Wakeham 2000

59/2000/30 – lei necklace – Peggy Wakeham 2000

59/2000/31-2 – clothing element – Peggy Wakeham 2000

19/2001/5 – stone disc game piece (‘ulumaika) – reaccession – donor unknown

72/2008/82-4 – barkcloth fragments (kapa) – initially loaned by the Reverend James Bandinel Jnr in June 1882. Somehow acquired by James Bandinel Snr between 1799 and 1849 whilst working as a civil servant in the Foreign Office and Mixed Commission Courts, as superintendent of the anti-slavery department.

7/2005/1 – doll and costume parts – Peggy Wakeham 2000

8/2005/1 – braided hair cord (‘aha) – Peggy Wakeham 2000