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Songs about Kohala:
Back to Kohala by Kohala from the Album Back to Kohala
No Kohala Ka Makani 'Apa'apa'a by Lim Family from the Album Launa'ole, unequalled
Maika'i Ka Makani O Kohala (How Fine the Winds of Kohala) (Vocal) by Keola Beamer from the Album Kolonahe - From the Gentle Wind
Kohala Forest Reserve Gentle Stream and Birds for Insomnia and Stress Relief (Hawaiian Forest Sounds) by Hawaiian Music of Nature from the Album Hawaiian Nature Sounds Collection - Hawaii Meditation and Relaxation Sounds of Nature
Kohala March (The 1940's) by Jules Ah See from the Album History Of Hawaiian Steel Guitar
Kohala Medley by Sonny Lim from the Album Slack Key Guitar: The Artistry of Sonny Lim
Winds of Kohala by Kohala from the Album Cool Breeze
Books about Kohala:
Kohala Kuamo'o: Nae'ole's Race to Save a King by Kekauleleanae'ole Kawai'ae'a, Aaron Kawai'ae'a, Walter Kawai'ae'a and Luana Kawai'ae'a (Mar 2010)
Hawaii Travel Guide: Big Island, Amazing Sights - Kohala Coast to Kilauea (Fingerpress Walkabout Travel Guides... by Doug Rosenberg and Matt Stephens (Dec 4, 2011)
Kohala Aina: A History of North Kohala by Sophia V. Schweitzer and Michael Gomes (Nov 2003)
The Old Queen's Treasure (The Kohala Coast Thriller series Book 3) by Michael A Herr (Feb 1, 2008)
The Old Queen and the Maui Maiden (The Kohala Coast Mystery series Book 5) by Michael Herr and Barbara Herr (Nov 26, 2011)
The Bones of the Kuhina Nui (Kohala Coast Mysteries) by Michael A Herr (Apr 1, 2006)
The Old Queen and The King (Kohala Coast Mystery Series Book 6) by Michael Herr, Barbara Herr and Anthony Herr (Sep 2, 2013)
Wiki information Kohala:
Kohala is the oldest of five volcanoes that make up the island of Hawaii. Kohala is an estimated one million years old—so old that it experienced, and recorded, a reversal of magnetic field 780,000 years ago. It is believed to have breached sea level...
Kohala is the name of the northwest portion of the island of Hawaiʻi in the Hawaiian Archipelago. In ancient Hawaii it was often ruled by an independent High Chief called the Aliʻi Nui. In modern times it is divided into two districts of Hawaii...