Mission Houses Museum

553 S King St HonoluluHI96813

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Capone Photography specializes in wedding and engagement photography, studio and location portraits, maternity, baby and children photography, as well as commercial and special events.
by bbb on February 28, 2018 from bbb

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The determined Hawaii missionaries arrived in 1820, gaining royal favor and influencing a wide array of island life. Their descendants became leaders in government, business, and education. At Hawaiian Mission Houses Historic Site and Archives (previously Mission Houses Museum), you can learn about their influence and walk through their original dwellings, including Hawaii's oldest wooden...
by fodors on April 09, 2015 from fodors

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Award winning photography, for discriminating clients. Featuring traditional imagery and contemporary photojournalism. In color and Black & White. Unparalleled customer service. Established in 1989. Member PPA, PPANJ, WPPI. Certified by the Professional Photographers of America.
by cityvoter on May 14, 2016 from cityvoter
Hawaiian Mission Houses Historic Site and Archives is located in Honolulu's Historic Capitol District and is the leading authority on Protestant missionary history in Hawaii. It is known worldwide as the place where the Hawaiian written language was developed through the collaborative efforts of the missionaries and the ali'i--the Hawaiian royalty--and the Hawaiian people. It preserves the two...
by yahoolocal on November 04, 2015 from yahoolocal
Mission Houses Museum, a National Historic Landmark in the heart of downtown Honolulu tells the story of early 19th century Hawai`i when the first protestant missionaries came to the islands.  Here is where the Hawaiian alphabet was first developed.  The missionaries used the new alphabet to share their Christian faith and its culture.  This is where Queen Ka`ahumanu visited her good friends...
by localcom on May 02, 2015 from localcom