Aliʻi nui of Maui

Maui (center right, surrounded by Molokai, Lānai, and Kahoolawe) as seen from the International Space Station

The supreme ruler of the islands of Maui, one of the four main Hawaiian Islands as well as the smaller island of Lanai.

- Aliʻi nui of Maui
Maui (center right, surrounded by Molokai, Lānai, and Kahoolawe) as seen from the International Space Station

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Maui (center right, surrounded by Molokai, Lānai, and Kahoolawe) as seen from the International Space Station

Kamalalawalu

Maui (center right, surrounded by Molokai, Lānai, and Kahoolawe) as seen from the International Space Station

Kamalalawalu (Kama-lala-walu = "Son of eight branches") was an Alii nui of Maui in ancient Hawaii, known to us today from the old chants.

Maui (center right, surrounded by Molokai, Lānai, and Kahoolawe) as seen from the International Space Station

Kauhiakama

Maui (center right, surrounded by Molokai, Lānai, and Kahoolawe) as seen from the International Space Station

Kauhiakama (Kauhi-a-Kama) was a king of the island of Maui in ancient Hawaii.

Map of 1878 with traditional subdivision into Ahupuaa

Lanai

Sixth-largest of the Hawaiian Islands and the smallest publicly accessible inhabited island in the chain.

Sixth-largest of the Hawaiian Islands and the smallest publicly accessible inhabited island in the chain.

Map of 1878 with traditional subdivision into Ahupuaa
View of the shipwreck at Kaiolohia
View of some local houses in Lanai City
Keahiakawelo
Mountains on Lanai
Kaneapua Rock
Walls of Halulu Heiau at Kaunolu Village Site
View of the night sky from inside of Dole Park

During most of this period, the Mōī of Maui had control over Lanai, but generally left its inhabitants alone.

Maui (center right, surrounded by Molokai, Lānai, and Kahoolawe) as seen from the International Space Station

Kalanikūpule

Maui (center right, surrounded by Molokai, Lānai, and Kahoolawe) as seen from the International Space Station

Kalanikūpule (1760–1795) was the Mōī of Maui and King of Oahu.

Paumakua

Paumakua is a name of one ancient chief who lived in ancient Hawaii and was Alii nui of Maui.

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Piʻilani

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Piʻilani ("ascent to heaven" ) (born ca. 1577) ruled as Mōʻī of the island of Maui in the later part of the 16th century.