The University of Hawai'i at Manoa has digitized a number of journal articles, research papers, maps, letters, documents, and more. Researchers can explore these digitized materials at eVols. These materials include items relating to Hawai'i's geography, biology, and natural environment, as well as items pertaining to the state's history, arts, and cultural heritage. Some of these items are arranged in themed collections. An example is the Merrie Monarch Festival, which is an annual festival (initiated in 1964) that seeks to honor and preserve the art of hula. Visitors can browse the entire eVols collection by community (including Asia collection, geothermal, Hawai'i Gamelan Society, and newspapers published in English in Hawai'i), author, subject, or date (dated items range from 1596 through the present). Visitors should note that some items in the collection are labeled for individual research and use only.
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