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Hoʻāla Hou - Ka Papa ʻŌlani

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Learn about the historic ‘Āinahau Banyan and its connection to Honolulu Community College -
The Legacy of ‘Āinahau: The Genealogy of Ka‘iulani’s Banyan
(see pages 61-61, 65-66)
[Source: Kam, Ralph Thomas. "The Legacy of ‘Āinahau: The Genealogy of Ka‘iulani’s Banyan." The Hawaiian Journal of History, vol. 45, 2011, pp. 49-68. eVols]

Librarian Stefanie Sasaki

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Loʻi Kalo Park / Niuhelewai

Lo'i kalo map and infoLo'i Kalo image

VIDEO [1:48] - "Revitalizing Lo'i Kalo Park" Honolulu Civil Beat, Published June 26, 2017

Kaumakapili Church

Additional information (including photographs) of Kaumakapili Church and its history can be found in these selected sources:

Pālama Theater

[Source, above two: Heckathorn, John. "King of Streets." Honolulu, vol. 36, no. 11, May 2002, pp. 54-67.]

Princess Victoria Ka'iulani Elementary School

History and Photo Gallery -

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