Fun Links!

If you like the Herman Wedemeyer Home Page, check out some of my other favorite sites on the Web:

My Favorite Hawaii Five-O Links:

The Hawaii Five-O Home Page
Mike Quigley's comprehensive episode guide makes this the mother of all Five-O pages.

Peg's Hawaii Five-O Fan Fiction
Well-written and sensitive fiction that speculates on life before and after the series.

The Jack Lord Connection
Terri Whitman has created a nice site, mostly devoted to fan fiction, and also with very nice photo galleries, including one for Herman Wedemeyer!

Bobbie's Jack Lord Tribute Page
A fabulous and unique set of photos of "The Man."

Joe Roberts' Hawaii Five-O Page
Check out Joe's sound bites and screen captures!

Michelle Druta's Five-O Page
Chock-full of information for German fans. Check out Jack Lord's artwork--and Michelle's!

Karen Rhodes' Home Page
She's the author of the only Five-O book, Booking Hawaii Five-O. Find out how to order it!

The Moe Keale Tribute Page
A great tribute to a wonderful person and performer.

My Favorite Hawaii Links:

The Honolulu Star-Bulletin
The Honolulu Advertiser
Keep up with all the latest news from the Islands.

The Hawaiian Music Island
Tropical Disc
Two great and reliable sources for Hawaiian music CDs and tapes.

NahenaheNet: The Sweet Sound of Hawaiian Music
Includes news, reviews, web sites of Hawaii's finest musicians, online CD stores, and much more. A great site!

Internet Radio Hawaii
Aloha Joe
Listen to Hawaiian music on-line 24 hours a day!

The Hawaiian Language

Legendary Surfers
A book-in-progress about the great art of surfing. Of particular interest is the chapter on Duke Kahanamoku.

Life in Hawaii
An entire book online! This is a fascinating account of 19th century Hawaii written by a missionary named Titus Coan in 1882. This is history from one who lived it.

My Favorite Other Links:

Frances Hunter's To the Ends of the Earth: The Last Journey of Lewis & Clark
My other website. The topic is my historical novel. The book is out and selling well -- check it out!

O Aiga Pesipolo: The Tony Solaita Story
Rory Costello is the author of the truly moving story of the only Samoan ever to play major league baseball.

God is a Gael
Chat site devoted to the discussion of all that is sacred (this is, St. Mary's sports!).

The San Francisco Seals
The San Francisco Seals were a San Francisco professional baseball team that played in the Pacific Coast League (PCL) from 1903 through 1957. Herman Wedemeyer attended Seals training camp and played for a Seals farm team in 1950.

Bolding Sports Research
Excellent football history site featuring big bowl games through the ages.

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