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Books

ENCYCLOPEDIA OF THE HISTORY OF SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, AND MEDICINE IN NON-WESTERN CULTURES, Seafaring in the Polynesian Outliers, 2007, by Richard Feinberg and Marianne George
VAKA MOANA, 2007, Auckland War Memorial Museum Publication, 1 page inset, The Vaka Taumako Project by Marianne George.

Magazine/Journal Articles

THE CONTEMPORARY PACIFIC, Polynesian Outliers: The State of the Art, edited by Richard Feinberg and Richard Scaglion U. of Hawaii Press, 2014 PACIFIC PADDLER, June 2002 A Cause for Celebration: Open house in Taumako by Meph Wyeth
SAILING NEW ZEALAND, Vol. 38, July 1999 The Return of Lata by Dr. Mimi George
PACIFIC ARTS, July 1999 Vaka Taumako: The Art and Craft of a Polynesian Voyaging Canoe by Meph Wyeth
WOODEN BOAT MAGAZINE, Sept/Oct 2000 The Return of Lata by Dr. Mimi George
CANOE AND KAYAK MAGAZINE, December 1998 p. 14 Stone Age Sails, Space Age Shapes, Ancient Wisdom by Gordon Grant
KA’U LANDING, February 1999, p. 13 An Ancient Seafaring Tradition Reborn: The Vaka Taumako’s First Voyage by Meph Wyeth
PACIFIC ISLANDS MONTHLY, September 1998, p. 52 Vaka Taumako: Rescuing Ancient Skills by Pauline Walker
SEA HISTORY, Spring 1998 (#84) p. 40 The Return of Lata: Building an Authentic Polynesian Voyaging Canoe by Dr. Mimi George
SOLOMONS (Solomon Airlines inflight magazine), issue #25 (June, 1998) p. 34 Return of the Tepuke by Meph Wyeth
TAHITI PACIFIQUE, Mai 1999 (#97), p. 48 Lancement d’une pirogue traditionnelle polynesienne de voyage a Taumako by Dr. Mimi George

POLYNESIAN NAVIGATION AND TE LAPA: THE FLASHING, July, 2012,  Time and Mind Journal

TE LAA O LATA: GAUGING PERFORMANCE OF A POLYNESIAN SAIL, December, 2017, Journal of the Polynesian Society

Experiencing Mana in Wind-Work, December, 2019, Time and Mind Journal

Newspaper Articles

The Solomon Star (Honiara)

  • 2 June, 1998, p. 2 Group on exchange project to Hawaii by Francis S. Pituvaka
  • 5 June, 1998, p. 10 Duff Islanders revive canoe buiding…elders pass on seagoing lore, by Francis S. Pituvaka
  • 10 June, 1998, Duff Islanders visit Hawaii by Francis S. Pituvaka
  • 19 August, 1998, p. 5 (2 articles): Memorable day for Duff Islanders and Chief confident with Vaka Taumako
  • 30 June, 1998, p. 4, Letter to the editor by Luke Ogrady Vakawi

The Garden Island (Kaua’i)

  • 4 February, 1998, Program sails into making Taumako canoes
  • 19 June, 1998, Taumako chief links Kaua’i to distant heritage, by Brandon Sprague
  • 18 September, 1998, Canoe project draws Kaua’i interest
  • 4 February, 1999, Video re-lives maiden voyage of the Vaka Taumako, by Anne E. O’Malley
  • 10 June, 1999, Canoe springs from the forest
  • 12 August, 2000, by Healani Waiwai’ole
  • 29 November, 2000, by Healani Waiwai’ole
  • 26 April, 2007, Kaua`i Museum explores tradition of voyaging canoes by Keya Keita

The Honolulu Advertiser

  • October 1995, Canoe-building Culture Tries to Survive by Jan TenBruggencate
  • 12 November, 1997, Islanders Revive Canoe-Building by Jan TenBruggencate
  • 14 September, 1998, Navigator Journeys Back in Time by Jan TenBruggencate
  • 7 June, 1999, Chiefs Offer Kauai Canoe as Thanks by Jan TenBruggencate
  • 7 January 2002, Kaua’i Canoe-Building Effort Revived by Jan TenBruggencate

The Kauai Times

  • 11 September, 1996, Anthropologist Seeks Support for Polynesian Canoe Project by Susan Dixon
  • 5 April, 1997, Traditional Solomon Designs Made for a Traditional Canoe
  • 9 August, 1997, Taumako Set to Launch Canoes
  • 18 October, 1997, Taumako Voyaging Canoe Sails
  • 15 May, 1999, Voyaging Canoe Builders Share Skills with Kaua’i by Healani Waiwai’ole
  • 28 April, 2007, Sailing with Lata: Kaua’i Museum Opening

Kauai Island Monthly

  • 7 November, 2003, p. 2, Blue Water Sailing Aboard Gryphon by Anne E. O’Malley — Dr. Mimi George “talks story” about adventures aboard the Yacht Gryphon.

Television

German National TV (ZDF) production “Polynesien Nomaden der Sudsee” for German television

Museum Exhibitions

Sailing with Lata: The Original Polynesian Voyager April 28, 2007 – October 31, 2007 at the Kaua’i Museum, Lihu’e, Hawai’I, 96766, USA