"kaheleha -twilight -meyer"
Result: 46 hits, but most of them duplicates. Only 14 unique hits. Some Twilight related, a few in foreign languages, and this one:
Northern California, Oregon, and the Sandwich Islands
This is part 5 of 6 of a travel book published in 1875 and now available online. Part 5 begins on the Washington/Oregon border in Dalles City.
In a colossal coincidence, the passage refers to the same Indian-carved ape-heads I just posted about:
But supposing this relic to belong to Oregon--and there is, I was told, no reason to believe otherwise--where did the Indian who carved it get his idea of an ape? The Indians of this region, poor creatures that they are, have still the habit of carving rude figures out of slate and other soft rocks. They have also the habit of cutting out shallow, dish-like depressions in the heads of such figures, wherein to burn incense. But they could not give Mr. Condon any account of the ape's head they brought him, nor did they recognize its features as resembling any object or creature familiar to them even by tradition.
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But that's neither here nor there. Most of Part 5 consists of the author's recounting of Hawaiian legends. In particular, there's "The Story and Song of Kawelo":
For more on the subject, see Quileute Werewolves in Twilight.
Below: Mountain goat, Bigfoot, or Quileute werewolf?