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Pearl Harbor and Historic Honolulu

Pearl Harbor is an amazing site to see. We all learn about it in history books. We’ve seen it in documentaries. But to actually be there is quite different. 184 more words


O'ahu ~ Aloha Honolulu

Hawai’i tidbits #3: Working too much? Honolulu has more than 100 beaches surround it, more than almost any other city in the world. Life is good! 439 more words


Photo A Day: April 13, 2015: A Hawaii 5-0 Kind Of Day

Today, we ventured out of the confines of Waikiki beach and explored downtown Honolulu, with a trip to the building which houses the Hawaii Supreme Court, Aliiolani Hale. 201 more words

2015 Photo Challenge

Transfer of treasures of the National Museum to the Bishop Museum, 1891.


Barring any obstacles, during some of the days of this week, the location of the artifacts housed in the National Museum Office at Aliiolani Hale will be transferred to the Bishop Museum Office at Kamehameha School, to go under the care of Prof. 89 more words


Always important to look at sources. 1893 / 2012.


The raising of the American flag over Hawaii is one of the greatest things done that cannot be repaid. It blocks the nation of Japan from establishing its rule over Hawaii. 293 more words


Decorating the Kamehameha Statue, 1912.

All members of the Ahahui Kamehameha Division 1 are requested to assemble in the Building of the Secret Society, Odd Fellows, at 10 in the morning of this coming Sunday, June 9, 1912, to go on to pray in Kawaiahao Church, as is done in all past years; and they are also ordered to assemble within Kapiolani Hale at half past 8 on the morning of Tuesday, the 11th of June, 1912, to go and decorate the statue of Kamehameha I in front of the Government Building. 19 more words