They arrived first at Niihau, and from there they travelled through all the islands.
Kahoolawe, Lanai, and Niihau are much the smallest of the group.
On the Island of Niihau, I was told, there are still about three hundred native people.
She distributed her family over all the islands from Hawaii to Niihau.
Half-conscious, aimless and wandering, he lived back in his life to his early manhood on Niihau.
Lehua (verse 6) is the well-known bird-island, lying north of Niihau and visible from the Waimea side of Kauai.
He had learned to shoot as a wild-cattle hunter on Niihau, and on that island his skill as a marksman was unforgotten.
When the Niihau people saw them coming on a wonderful surf wave, they shouted about the arrival of the strangers.
All fishermen, from Hawaii to Niihau, observed this custom religiously.
Makani-kau met the winds of Niihau and Lehua, and at last was welcomed by the birds.