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.
Lehua (verse 6) is the well-known bird-island, lying north of Niihau and visible from the Waimea side of Kauai.
Half-conscious, aimless and wandering, he lived back in his life to his early manhood on Niihau.
She distributed her family over all the islands from Hawaii to Niihau.
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.