The Common Book Program
Bushnell's Writing and Life
The Gifts of Civilization : Germs and Genocide in Hawai'i. Honolulu : University of Hawaii Press, 1993. Also available through eBooks.
Hawaii: a Pictorial History. Honolulu, Bishop Museum Press, 1969. Compiled and designed by Joseph Feher. Accompanying text by Edward Joesting for part one, by O. A. Bushnell for part two.
Illustrated Atlas of Hawaii. Island Heritage, 1996, c1970. Edited by O.A. Bushnell ; text by Gavan Daws, O.A. Bushnell, and Andrew Berger. Illustrated by Joseph Feher.
Ka'a'awa; a Novel about Hawaii in the 1850s. University Press of Hawaii for Friends of the Library of Hawaii, 1972. Note: Popular Library edition published in 1973 under title: Valley of Love and Delight by Popular Library.
The Last Days of Captain Cook. London, Chatto & Windus, 1957. Note: First edition published in 1956 under title: The Return of Lono.
Molokai. Honolulu : University Press of Hawaii, 1975, c1963. Translated into German in 1964.
A Mystery for Captain Cook. Philip Harmon [pseud.] Never published. Formed the basis of the author's The return of Lono.
Pilgrimage and Exile: Mother Marianne of Molokai. with Sister Mary Laurence Hanley, O.S.F. Chicago, Ill. : Franciscan Herald Press, 1981. Reprinted by the University of Hawaii Press in 1992.
The Return of Lono: a Novel of Captain Cook's Last Voyage. Boston, Little, Brown . Published as Peril in Paradise by Ace Books in 1956. Translated into Norwegian (?) in 1956. Reprinted by UH Press in 1971.
The Stone of Kannon. Honolulu : Published for the Friends of the Library of Hawaii by the University Press of Hawaii, 1979. Sequel: The water of Kane.
A Walk Through Old Honolulu: an Illustrated Guide. with photos by Dana Levy. Honolulu : Kapa Associates, 1975.
The Water of Kane. Honolulu : Published for the Friends of the Library of Hawaii by the University Press of Hawaii, 1980. Sequel to The Stone of Kannon. Reprinted in 1999 by Mutual Publishers.
"Aftermath: Britons' responses to news of the death of Captain James Cook" Hawaiian Journal of History. 1991 v 25.
"Anatomia 1838 Introduction" by G. P. Judd, translated by Esther T Mookini. University of Hawaii Press, 2003.
"The antibacterial properties of some plants found in Hawaii." O.A. Bushnell, Mitsuno Fukuda, and Takashi Makinodan. Pacific Science, v.4, no.3, p.167-183, July 1950.
"The Antiquarians." Hawaii Medical Journal. NOV 01 1995 v 54 n 11. (view pdf)
"Discovering Captain Cook." Hawaii Observer. JUN 10 1975 n 58, page 10.
"Discovering Captain Cook." Hawaii Observer MAR 24 1977 n 100, page 24.
"Dr. Edward Arning, the first microbiologist in Hawaii." Hawaiian Journal of History. 1967 v 1 , page 3.
"Hawaii and its Gods Forward." by Charles Gallagher and Dana Levy. Weatherhill/Kapa, New York, 1975.
"Hawaii's first medical school." Hawaii Historical Review. OCT 01 1967 v 2 n 9, page 396.
"Hygiene and sanitation among the ancient Hawaiians." Hawaii Historical Review. OCT 01 1966 v 2 n 5, page 316.
"Much ado about little things: microscopes and microscopists." Hawaiian Journal of History. 1969 v 3, page 110.
"The United States leprosy investigation station at Kalawao." Hawaiian Journal of History. 1968 v 2, page 76.
"Vital echoes." Hawaii Observer. MAR 19 1974 n 28, page 11.
Dye, Rob. "The Gifts of Civilization: Germs and Genocide in Hawai'i." Manoa : a Pacific Journal of International Writing. Summer 1994, v 6 n 1.
Gima, Craig. "Writer Bushnell's Work Brought Ordinary Islanders to Life." Star-Bulletin, August 24 2002. Available on the web.
Hanley, Sister Mary Laurence. "(O.A.) Bushnell led Cause for Nun's Sainthood." Honolulu Star-Bulletin, September 15 2002, page D4. Available on the web.
Horton, Karen. "Ozzy Bushnell." Honolulu. August 1 1979, v 14 n 2, page 93. (may also be in v 14, n 2)
Imada, Sanae. "He's in Love With Things Japanese." Hawaii Herald. June 6 1980 v 1 n 2, page 6.
Iwasa, Warren. "Old Buildings and Bushnell." Hawaii Observer. December 9 1975 n 70 , page 9.
Leidemann, Mike and Wanda Adams. "O.A. Bushnell, Writer of Hawai'i Dies." August 24, 2002. Available the web.
Leidemann, Mike and Wanda Adams. "Historian-novelist Ozzie Bushnell dies at 89." August 23 2002. Available the web.
Wong, Kaupena. "A Lament for Ozzie (Bushnell) in 3 Languages." Honolulu Advertiser, September 4 2002, page A19.
"Hawaiian Historical Society to Honor 13 Historians at Reception." Honolulu Advertiser, May 6 1992, page D2
"Mother Marianne book reissued." Wai ola o OHA. April 01 1992 v 9 n 4
"The Gifts of Civilization; Germs and Genocide in Hawaii, by O. A. Bushnell Explores Scourge of Diseases." Honolulu Advertiser, April 18 1993, page B4
"The Gifts of Civilization by O. A. Bushnell is his Magnum Opus, at Last." Honolulu Advertiser, June 13 1993, page D7.
"Diseased and Dispossessed: O. A. Bushnell Discusses The Gifts of Civilization." Honolulu Advertiser, June 13 1993, page D7.
"Two Local Tomes on Agenda for Book Club; (O. A.) Bushnell's Tales Blend History, Fine Writing." Honolulu Advertiser, August 3 2003, page D1.
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