Edward Smith Craighill Handy
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- Polynesian Religion / Edward Smith Craighill Handy. - Honolulu : Museum, 1927
- Handy, E. S. Craighill: Houses, Boats, and Fishing in the Society Islands. Honolulu, Bishop Museum, 1932 (Bernice P. Bishop Museum. Bulletin 90).
- Handy, E. S. Craighill, and Kenneth P. Emory, Edwin H. Bryan, Peter H. Buck, John H. Wise and Others: Ancient Hawaiian Civilization. a series of lectures delivered at the Kamehemeha Schools. Rutland, Vermont and Tokyo, Japan Charles E. Tuttle Co. 1976 (1st edition 1933; these lectures were by a group of scientists on the staff of the Bishop Museum and others who discussed such topics as: race; government; feasts and holidays; houses and villages; food; fiberwork; language; music; carving; warfare; navigation; medicine; nature; and other subjects.)
- The Hawaiian planter vol.1 his plants, methods and areas of cultivation. Honolulu 1940
- The Polynesian family system in Ka-'u, Hawaii / E. S. Craighill Handy. - Wellington : The Polynesian Society, 1958
- Edward Smith Craighill Handy and Mary Kawena Pukui. The Polynesian family system in Ka-'u, Hawaii. With a concluding chapter on the history and ecology of Ka-'u by Elizabeth Green Handy. Rutland, VT: Tuttle, 1977
- E.S. Craighill Handy: Traces of Totemism in Polynesia: Theories of Embodiment of Tutelary Spirits in Animate and Inanimate forms, in: The Journal of the Polynesian Society, Volume 77, No.1, March 1968, pp. 43-56
- Handy, E.S. Craighill & Handy, Elizabeth Green: Native Planters in Old Hawaii: Their Life, Lore, and Environment. Illustr. Honolulu 1972.
- Literatur von und über Edward Smith Craighill Handy im Katalog der Stabi Berlin
- Literatur von Edward Smith Craighill Handy im Bibliothekskatalog des Bishop-Museums
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